Table of contents for Economics and the global environment / Charles S. Pearson.

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1. Introduction and plan of the book
2. Interactions and tradeoffs
3. Welfare, efficiency, equity, and the roots of environmental degradation
4. Issues of time
5. How clean is clean enough?
6. The Government's tool kit
7. Trade and environment: an overview of theory
8. Theory of Trade and environment: a diagrammatic exposition
9. Theory of policy: partial equilibrium, terms of trade and distributional issues
10. Trade-environment policy: evolution of the debate and taxonomy of the issues
11. Institutional and policy responses: OECD, WTO/GATT. EU, NAFTA
12. Empirical studies
13. International environmental externalities: theory and policy responses
14. Economics and global warming
15. Economics and ocean fisheries
16. Perspectives on sustainable development
17. Measuring sustainable development
18. Trade, environment and sustainable development: Thailand's mixed experience
19. Looking back, looking forward.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Environmental economics, Sustainable development, Environmental policy International cooperation