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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 1993

BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS...
ECONOMICS


Item #d93sep90

Counting the Cost of Global Warming (see the General Interest section of this [September 1993] issue of the Global Climate Change Digest).


Item #d93sep91

Economic Values and the Natural World, D. Pearce, 144 pp., Mar. 1993, 10.95 (Earthscan & MIT).

An introduction and state-of-the-art survey that addresses one of the most important issues for economists. Gives the reasons for valuing the natural world, the ways it can be cone, case studies of how it has been done, and the consequences of doing so for economic development and global environmental problems.


Item #d93sep92

Macroeconomic Analysis of Environmental Policy (Develop. in Environ. Econ. 2), E.C. van Ierland, 298 pp., 1993, $137.25/Dfl. 240 (Elsevier).

Deals with theory and its empirical applications. Focuses on global warming and climate change and presents an optimization study of the economic aspects of transboundary air pollution in Europe.

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