Tom Tietenberg, Lynne Lewis
Routledge; 11th edition (March 22; 2018)
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 11th edition is the best-selling eBook for natural resource economics and environmental economics courses; offering a policy-oriented approach and introducing economic theory and empirical work from the field. College students will leave the course with a global perspective of both environmental and natural resource economics and how they interact. Complemented by a number of case-studies showing how underlying economic principles provided the foundation for specific environmental and resource policies; this key textbook highlights what can be learned from the actual experience. This latest; new; Eleventh edition includes a number of new studies; updated data;and brings a more international focus to the subject. Key features include:
- Introductions to the theory and method of environmental economics including valuation methods; externalities; benefit-cost analysis; and ecosystem goods and services.
- Extensive coverage of the major issues including climate change; sustainable development; air and water pollution; and environmental justice.
- Dedicated chapters on a full range of resources including land; forests; water; fisheries; and recyclables.
- Boxed ‘Examples’ and ‘Debates’ throughout the PDF etextbook which highlight global examples and major talking points.
The eBook is fully supported with end-of-chapter summaries; discussion questions; and self-test exercises in the book and multiple-choice questions;references; slides; simulations; and an instructor’s manual on the Companion site (sold separately).