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The environment and emerging development issues


, : The environment and emerging development issues. Discussion Paper Development Economics Research Programme, Suntory Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines ( 28): 42pp.

A perspective is presented of the central emerging issues at the interface of environmental and development concerns. The fact that for such a long while environmental and development economics have had little to say to each other is a reflection of these academic disciplines; it does not at all reflect reality. Poor countries are for the most part agrarian and pastoral, and their society depends crucially on renewable natural resources.

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DOI: 10.1093/wber/4.suppl_1.101

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