Introduction to environmental economics


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Environmental economics is the study of interactions between human economic activity and the natural environment. This applied discipline offers a structured framework for analyzing some of the most important questions facing humanity, from local issues of water scarcity, to global issues of climate change and biodiversity conservation.

This textbook provides a rigorous introduction to environmental economics designed for advanced undergraduates and masters-degree students with previous exposure to intermediate-level microeconomics.

Authors

Arthur A. Small