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Ecological perception and distributional conflicts: a historical view

Ecological perception and distributional conflicts: a historical view

Environmental policy and the economy: 117-137

Ecological economics, although it has a long history, had no impact on main-stream economics. Environmental and resource economics attempted in the 1970s to treat some ecological issues in terms of applied welfare economics. This paper argues against an environmental policy based on the conceptual apparatus of economics. It begins by pointing out some limitations of a purely ecological approach, before going on to give an historical view of energy and the economy.

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