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Intertemporal environmental and ecological economics: mathematical modelling of growth and sustainability.
Those interested in systems philosophy, economics philosophy, and ecological economics will find inspiration in the social and political principles that can emerge in organizations with decision-makers willing to forego control in order to search their souls.
Also, authors like Hannon (1997) develop a framework for ecology that is in accordance with economics and gives consistency to their combination: ecological economics, a field of biology and economics.
Until ecological economics came into its own in the 1990s, economists' understanding of the natural world rested on the twin pillars of natural resource economics and environmental economics.
Existe una amplia bibliografia sobre capital natural, y no directamente titulada como sostenibilidad fuerte, sin embargo, son temas estrechamente relacionados (Ecological Economics 2003, no.
Tarr, "The Metabolism of the Industrial City: The Case of Pittsburgh," Journal of Urban History, 28 (2002), pp.511-45; William Cronon, Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West (New York, 1991); Ian Douglas, Robert Hodgson, and Nigel Lawson, "Industry, Environment, and Health through 200 Years in Manchester," Ecological Economics, 41 (2002), pp.235-55.
Dimensions in Environmental and Ecological Economics
Such a view, which I find is embedded in a great many statements by Post Keynesian authors, also plays an important role among other strands of heterodox economics, namely in humanistic economics and in ecological economics, where Georgescu-Roegen is recognised as an important source of inspiration.
Concepts from complex systems analysis and ecological economics are used to analyze the impacts of the evolutionary events on both the lagoon's goods and services and stakeholders' well-being, bringing to light the management strengths and shortcomings of the fishery system, and suggesting an appropriate approach to managing such a system for ecosystem sustainability based on the Lisbon principles.
Ecological economics, which includes theories of natural capital, already has a well-articulated body of literature on policies for the sustainability of natural capital.
Serene Jones's application of the notion of strategic essentialism to feminist theology might be enlisted to aid the move towards the sanctification of women, though she appears to stop short of Irigaray's notion of "divine women." We might further hope that "divine women" become invested in the construction of divine economies, rather than merely reinscribing the ambivalent myth of the woman as the "designated giver." Wasteful these economies may still seem to the logic of neo-classical economic theory; but not to the more inclusive economies exemplified in McFague's Life Abundant which proposes that new approaches such as ecological economics may help to reconstruct a Christian theology that too long has portrayed God the economist in the image of classical economic theories.
Evidencia de ese cambio fue el establecimiento de la revista "Ecological Economics" en 1988, junto con la International Society for Ecological Economics.
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