Table of contents for Ecological economics : an introduction / Mick Common and Sigrid Stagl.

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1. What is ecological economics?; Part I. Interdependent Systems: 2. The environment; 3. The economy in the environment; 4. How we got here; Part II. Economic Activity: 5. Economic accounting; 6. Economic growth and human well-being; 7. Economic growth and the environment; 8. Exchange and markets; 9. Limits to markets; Part III. Governance: 10. Determining policy objectives; 11. Policy instruments; Part IV. The International Dimension: 12. A world of nation states; 13. Climate change; 14. Biodiversity loss.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Environmental economics.
Ecology -- Economic aspects.