Environmental and Resource Economics
The primary concern of Environmental & Resource Economics is the application of economic theory and methods to environmental issues and problems that require detailed analysis in order to improve management strategies. The contemporary environmental debate is in a constant state of flux, with new or relatively unexplored topics continually emerging. The Journal provides a forum for the further exploration of causes, consequences and policy responses linked to these topics, across a range of spatial and temporal scales up to the global dimension. Areas of particular interest include evaluation and development of instruments of environmental policy; cost-benefit and cost effectiveness analysis; sectoral environmental policy impact analysis; modeling and simulation; institutional arrangements; resource pricing and the valuation of environmental goods; and indicators of environmental quality.
The contents are chosen for their relevance to the process of policy formulation and application.
- 60 Volumes
- 244 Issues
- 1,891 Articles
- 53 Open Access
- 1991 - 2015 Available between
Exhaustibility and Risk as Asset Class Dimensions: A Social Investor Approach to Capital-Resource Economies
Johnson Kakeu (April 2015)
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- Environmental and Resource Economics
- Volume 1 / 1991 - Volume 60 / 2015
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- Springer Netherlands
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