Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting

  • Carsten Stahmer
Conference paper


There has already been a long and partly hot debate on how national accounting should be extended towards environmental accounting (see, e.g., Ahmad, El Serafy, Lutz 1989; Costanza 1991 part II: Accounting, Modeling and Analysis; Lutz 1993; Franz, Stahmer 1993)


Economic Activity Gross Domestic Product Contingent Valuation Natural Capital Environmental Cost 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carsten Stahmer
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  1. 1.Federal Statistical Office WiesbadenGermany

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