Ecological Economics

The core idea of ecological economics is that human economic activity is bound by absolute limits. These limits are not entirely fixed, however, since they are co-determined by (fixed) ‘planetary boundaries’ and (dynamic) social factors, such as values, institutions etc. You can explore more about Ecological Economics on our perspective page in the Orientation section.

Level: beginner
1999
Stretton, Hugh PLUTO PRess
Level: advanced
2000
Gareth Edwards-Jones, Ben Davie… Wiley
Level: beginner
2003
Daly, Herman E.; Farley, Joshua Island Press
Level: advanced
2009
Richard P. F. Holt, Steven Pres… Edward Elgar Publishing
Level: advanced
2006
Michael Getzner, Clive Spash, S… Routledge
Level: advanced
2004
Inge Rpke E. Elgar
Level: beginner
2017
Kate Raworth Chelsea Green Publishing
Level: advanced
2015
Jason W. Moore Verso
Level: advanced
2006
John A. List Edward Elgar
Level: advanced
2016
Michael Jacobs, Mariana Mazzuca… Wiley
Level: beginner
2010
Herman E. Daly, Joshua Farley Island Press
Level: advanced
2014
Robert Costanza, John H Cumberl… CRC Press
Level: beginner
2005
Michael Common, Sigrid Stagl Cambridge University Press
Level: beginner
2015
Ha-Joon Chang Bloomsbury USA

 

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