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Environmental economics : institutions, competition, rationality ; INFER Annual Conference 2004, Wuppertal, Germany

  • The book contains the proceedings of INFER annual conference 2004, organized at the Wuppertal Institute in Germany. Within the area of environmental economics, methodological issues now seem at stake. This is because recent methods and fields of economics, like institutional economics, competition (industrial) economics, and cognitive economics, should be applied and become more established within environmental economics. The different papers address this challenge via different case studies in areas such as agriculture, biodiversity, eco-taxes, subsidies, wind energy, environmental corruption, governance, contracts, international trade, human behavior, and many others.

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Document Type:Book
Editor(s):Raimund Bleischwitz, Oliver Budzinski
Edition:1. Aufl.
Place of publication:Berlin
Year of Publication:2006
Number of page:308
Series Title (English):INFER research edition
Dewey Decimal Classification:330 Wirtschaft