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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1. Basic Concepts and Ideas 1. Introduction 2. Limits to Growth 3. Economics in a Full World 4. The Challenge of Ecological Economics: Historical Context and Some Specific Issues Part 2. Issues With the World Bank 5. Introduction 6. Sustainable Development: Definitions, Principles, Policies 7. The Illth of Nations: Comments on World Bank World Development Report, 2003 8. Can We Grow Our Way to an Environmentally Sustainable World? Part 3. Issues in Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development 9. Introduction 10. Consumption and Welfare: Two Views of Value Added 11. Ecological Economics: The Concept of Scale and Its Relation to Allocation, Distribution, and Uneconomic Growth 12. Sustaining Our Commonwealth of Nature and Knowledge 13. The Steady-State Economy and Peak Oil 14. How Long Can Neoclassical Economists Ignore the Contributions of Georgescu-Roegen? Part 4. Testimony and Opinion 15. Introduction 16. Off-Shoring in the Context of Globalization 17. Invited Testimony to Russian Duma on Resource Taxation 18. Involuntary Displacement: Efficient Reallocation or Unjust Redistribution? 19. Sustainable Development and OPEC Part 5. Reviews and Critiques 20. Introduction 21. Can Nineveh Repent Again? 22. Beck's Case Against Immigration 23. Hardly Green 24. The Return of Lauderdale's Paradox 25. When Smart People Make Dumb Mistakes Part 6. Globalization 26. Introduction 27. Globalization versus Internationalization, and Four Reasons Why Internationalization is Better 28. Population, Migration, and Globalization Part 7. Philosophy and Policy 29. Introduction 30. Policy, Possibility, and Purpose 31. Feynman's Unanswered Question 32. Roefie Hueting's Perpendicular "Demand Curve" and the Issue of Objective Value 33. Conclusions
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