The Handbook of Environmental Economics
April 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Choices Without Prices Without Apologies: A. Vatn & D. Bromley.
2. Benefit, Costs and the Safe Minimum Standard of Conservation: A. Randall & M. Farmer.
3. The Environment and Property Rights Issues: A. Schmid.
4. Zoning and the Urban Environment: W. Fischel.
5. Public Policies for Land Conservation: I. Hodge.
Part II: Considering the Future:.
6. Intergenerational Choices Under Global Environmental Change: R. Howarth, L. Berkeley & R. Norgaard.
7. Economic Theory and 'Sustainability': J. Krautkraemer, J. Pezzy & M. Toman.
8. Measuring Sustainable Development: D. Pearce & G. Atkinson.
9. Nonrenewable Resource Supply: M. Toman & M. Walls.
10. Empirical Consequences of the Hotelling Principle: P. Berck.
11. Recycling Programs: K. McClain.
Part III: Environmental Quality:.
12. Nonconvexities and the Theory of External Costs: P. Burrows.
13. Liability and Penalty Structures in Policy Design: K. Segerson.
14. A Bargaining Framework for the Global Commons: D. Bromley & J. Cochrane.
15. Transferable Discharge Permits and Global Warming: T. Tietenberg.
16. Trade, Pollution and Environmental Protection: C. Runge.
Part IV: Environmental Stocks and Flows:.
17. Optimal Timber Management Policies: C. Montgomery & D. Adams.
18. Bioeconomic Models of the Fishery: J. Conrad.
19. Management Regimes in Ocean Fisheries: B. Rettig.
20. Privatizing Open-Access Fisheries: L. Anderson.
21. Regulation, Imperfect Markets and Transaction Costs: B. Colby.
22. Issues in the Conjunctive Use of Surface Water and Groundwater: R. Provencher.
23. Minerals Policy: R. Gordon.
Part V: The Valuation Problem:.
24. Valuation of Environmental Quality under Certainty: R. Bishop & R. Woodward.
25. Environmental Valuation under Uncertainty: R. Ready.
26. Quasi-Option Value: T. Graham-Tomasi.
27. Evaluating Changing in Risk and Risk Perceptions by Revealed Preference: A. Freeman.
28. Contingent Valuation: R. Bishop, P. Champ & D. Mullarkey.
29. Travel Cost Models: N. Bockstael.
30. Hedonic Pricing Methods: A. Freeman.
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