ecological economics

Legacy ID: 
1 517
Publication Title: 

Economics and Education

Authors: 
Johnson, R.L
Updated Date (text): 
2010-12-14
Parent Publication Title: 
Cultures and Biodiversity Congress 2000
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Economic development and conservation of biological and cultural diversity in Yunnan Province, China

Authors: 
Stendell, R.C., R.L. Johnson, J.P. Mosesso, and X. Zhang
Publication Date: 
2001
Updated Date (text): 
2009-06-16
Parent Publication Title: 
Environmental Development and Sustainability
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Archive number: 
2001/0019 MESC-pdf

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Review of: Costanza, R. (ed.), Ecological Economics: The Science and Management of Sustainability

Authors: 
Johnson, R.L
Publication Date: 
1994
Updated Date (text): 
2005-03-08
Parent Publication Title: 
Ecology
Publication Type: 
Archive number: 
1994/0095 MESC - online

Pub Abstract: 

Ecological economics is a compilation of 32 papers reporting a two-day workshop held to integrate the study of nature’s household (ecology) and man’s household (economics). The book benefits from the facilitated workshop by developing a comprehensive and cohesive structure while maintaining the diverse style of many prominent authors whose central themes are important for linking the two household disciplines. By bringing these themes together into one volume, the book provides an efficient conduit for accessing ecological economics by novice as well as veteran practioners and methodologists.

Publication Title: 

An integrated model of human-wildlife interdependence

Authors: 
John, K., R.G. Walsh, and R.L. Johnson
Publication Date: 
1994
Updated Date (text): 
2004-03-15
Parent Publication Title: 
Ecological Economics
Publication Type: 
Archive number: 
1994/0099 MESC

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This paper attempts to integrate wildlife-related ecologic and economic variables into an econometric model. The model reveals empirical evidence of the presumed interdependence of human-wildlife and the holistic nature of humanitys relationship to the ecosystem. Human use of biologic resources varies not only with income, education, and population, but also with sustainability of humankinds action relative to the quality and quantity of the supporting ecological base.