Top 14 economics journals

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Economics: The Next Frontier in Conservation Science

Nature Conservancy - Science

Externalities are by-products of economic activity that impact other parties without being reflected in the cost of the goods or services involved. Why Economics? And economics and technology allow us to develop incentives and structures that support large-scale change.

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"Considering John Krutilla and the Environmental Turn in Natural Resource Economics"

Environmental Economics

Spencer Banzhaf: John Krutilla, a pioneer in environmental economics, helped to shape the field as an expert at Resources for the Future (RFF) in the mid-twentieth century. Perhaps his greatest legacy is shifting the discussion from one of economics versus the environment to consider a new economics of the environment. In In the first half of the twentieth century, natural resource economics was firmly on Pinchot’s side of that schism.

How to fail economics at Harvard

Environmental Economics

Professor Emeritus at Harvard, and former chief economist at the World Bank, former Director of the National Economic Council, and former Secretary of the Treasury, Larry Summers says he might fail the Trump budget team in introductory econ : Details of President Trump’s first budget have now been released. Much can and will be said about the dire social consequences of what is in it and the ludicrously optimistic economic assumptions it embodies. 

Economic transition is a difficult, but necessary conversation--especially for those affected

Environmental Economics

As countries develop, economically and socially, the means of producing economic well-being shift.    These shifts are often uncomfortable for those working tin the affected industries.    In the U.S. in the early 20th century, technology-induced on-farm productivity gains led to significant decreases in on-farm employment and significant increases in industrial manufacturing jobs. 

2014 Recreational Fisheries Economics Constituent Workshop

Environmental Economics

To ensure a productive dialogue, NOAA Fisheries balanced the agenda between presentations on the Agency’s the recreational fishing economics program and participant discussion. From the inbox: Thank you again for attending the Recreational Fisheries Constituents Workshop this past January.

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Evidence-based Conservation: An Economic Perspective

Nature Conservancy - Science

At its core, economics is about using scarce resources smartly to maximize the production of desired outcomes. Most human endeavors are constrained by available resources and their pursuit therefore has an economic dimension. Forest Policy and Economics 34:1-16.

Explaining why economics majors rank near the top in salaries earned

Environmental Economics

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Birds, Birding and Economic Gains on a Restored Coast

Nature Conservancy - Science

This dynamic shift in bird viewing opportunities was just one of the reasons the Nature Conservancy decided to conduct an analysis of the economic and social benefits from the Lower Cape May Meadows restoration project. Piping plover chick. Photo by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

How California Uses Forests—and Economic Forces—to Fight Climate Change

Conservancy Talk

Jon Golden Looking ahead, California’s neighbors could also join its carbon market, expanding economic opportunities for global climate action. That kind of economic power could have a lot of influence in leading the way to a livable planet.

Beach economics

Environmental Economics

Why do my kids look at me like I''m stupid when I tell this joke? The central bank must have increased the money supply. These sand dollars are worthless. I can''t even get a cup of coffee with these stupid things

Wind farms: "In the end, the economics trump Trump"

Environmental Economics

It has taken favorable state policies and technological and economic advances to spur the current level of activity, as well as interest among developers and investors, including foreign oil and gas companies that see offshore wind as an important part of their corporate strategies. They also include the demand for economic development and clean energy sources, from states concerned about both job losses and climate change. In the end, the economics trump Trump.”.

Renewable energy will not support economic growth

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Renewable energy will not and cannot support perpetual economic growth, the way we have been doing it for so long, for too long, in fact.

The first review of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia

Environmental Economics

From Booklist : Arguably, our adherence to the free-market model of economics has been among the major factors that have contributed to environmental deterioration. This work introduces readers to some of the factors that have caused that economic model to fail, some of the most prevalent solutions to address these failures, the challenges of these solutions, and some of their successes.

Standing by 'An Economic View of the Environment'

Environmental Economics

          I have been writing essays at this blog for more than seven years, and until recently, through 100 essays, I tried very hard to keep politics at bay, and to view each and every issue I discussed from a politically neutral, yet analytical economic perspective.           So, I apologize for the recent hiatus in communications from “An Economic View of the Environment.” 

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Quick Take: World Economic Forum Ranks Water Top Global Risk

Conservancy Talk

This week, the World Economic Forum’s annual risk report ranked water crises as the top global risk by impact – as noted by nearly 1,000 leaders in politics, business and organizations around the world. Photo © Ami Vitale Economic development cannot happen without water.

The obsession with economic growth

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Governments all over the world, bar in the tiny Himalayan state of Bhutan, are obsessed, literally, with economic growth but not in order that people can have a better life and way of life but because it determines the general domestic product (GDP) of a country and with it and through it a nation''s credit status and credit worthiness.

Air pollution in Europe has high economic and human cost

Green Blog

Air pollution in Europe cost society up to €189 billion (about US $235 billion) in 2012 alone, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said in a new assessment report. Over the period 2008-2012 the estimated cost was at least €329 billion and possibly up to €1053 billion.

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Fake economic growth

Green (Living) Review

In the economic statistics, however, those cars show up as sales of new vehicles and thus create a fake economic growth and also a fake GDP for the countries where those cars have been made and registered. As it also does not make economic sense this is just weirder than weird.

Experts: Economic models "grossly underestimate" costs of global warming

Green Blog

New research shows that our existing economic models “grossly underestimate” the costs of climate change. The report, which will be published in the Economic Journal, came to this conclusion after reviewing the DICE-model, a widely-used economic model developed by Yale Professor Bill Nordhaus in 1991. The revised economic model by Stern and Dietz takes into account new and updated climate data.

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“What’s to Know About the Credibility of Empirical Economics”

Environmental Economics

Stanley in the Journal of Economic Surveys : Thirty years ago, Edward Leamer (1983) offered his trenchant critique of empirical economics “Let’s take the con out of econometrics.” ood of empirical economic research.

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Handbook On Experimental Economics And The Environment

Environmental Economics

The experimental method provides randomization in key variables therefore permitting a deeper understanding of important economic phenomena. Contents: Introduction: Experimental Approaches to Environmental Economics John A. This looks good: Edited by John A. List , Michael K.

The Nobel Prize in forest economics?

Environmental Economics

valuation of forest protection programs": Journal of Forest Economics 17 (2011):35-52. Elsevier, and the Department of Forest Economics at the Swedish. Yours sincerely, Runar Brännlund, Ola Carlén, Peichen Gong Editors Journal of Forest Economics. Congratulations to the authors! From the inbox: We are glad to announce that the 2012 Sören Wibe. Prize was awarded to Christopher C. Moore, Thomas P. Holmes and. Kathleen.

"More than half of top-tier [lab experiment] economics papers are replicable"

Environmental Economics

Retraction Watch : Approximately six out of 10 economics studies published in the field’s most reputable journals — American Economic Review and the Quarterly Journal of Economics — are replicable, according to a study published today in Science.   Here is what they said about the paper at  CalTech : The authors suggest that there are some methodological research practices in laboratory experimental economics that contribute to the good replication success. "It

Standards vs economic incentives

Environmental Economics

Erik Paul Johnson in Resource and Energy Economics: Renewable portfolio standards (RPSs) have become a popular tool for state governments to promote renewable electricity generation and to decrease carbon dioxide emissions within a state or region.

The fairytale of green economic growth

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Politicians, industry and media are telling us for decades the fairytale of green economic growth and sustainable consumption and many believe in this myth all to eagerly. All in the name of “economic growth” and now we are being presented with the fairytale of “green economic growth” as the greatest thing since sliced bread (not that sliced bread is actually such a great thing).

A North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission Economic Committee (CRC-EC)

Environmental Economics

Mr. Emory said, though, that there may be certain products the commission would want that takes economics into account, as well. But there’s been some legislation calling for economic and social factors to be included as well.”.

Environmental Economics: uFollow

Environmental Economics

Got a question about environmental economics? Recent Comments John Whitehead on What I did today instead of blogging Rene Salinas on What I did today instead of blogging Timtaylor Home on My name is Kingof Socks Tim Haab on How is economics like Fight Club?

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Environmental Economics: YES!

Environmental Economics

Got a question about environmental economics? Recent Comments John Whitehead on What I did today instead of blogging Rene Salinas on What I did today instead of blogging Timtaylor Home on My name is Kingof Socks Tim Haab on How is economics like Fight Club?

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Does income inequality cause decreased economic growth?

Environmental Economics

' One of Reich's basic premises in Inequality for All is that income inequality causes decreased economic growth.  Rather than read before I go to bed, I have taken to watching Netflix documentaries on the iPad. 

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Encyclopedia (coming soon)

Environmental Economics

Look what we just got in the inbox! It's not the actual encyclopedia, just the cover art.    But, for those of you who are planners, you can order it in advance on Amazon for $71.20. 

Green Living with Solar Panels: Economics of Solar Panels | Living.

Living Green & Saving Energy

Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy Green Living with Solar Panels: The Economics of Turning Sunlight into Electricity by greenwise on February 2, 2011 Turning sunlight into electricity is a wonderful idea. If you have wondered about the economics of solar panels (I know I have), then this post is for you.

Sustainable Economic Growth and a finite Planet

Green (Living) Review

Sustainable economic growth is not possible as more and more growth is NOT sustainable regardless of what the powers that be try to claim. When it comes to economic growth it is a fact that more, more and ever more cannot work with our finite Planet and its resources. A finite Planet means that sustainable economic growth cannot be.

Environmental Economics: Today's description of environmental and.

Environmental Economics

Got a question about environmental economics? Recent Comments John Whitehead on What I did today instead of blogging Rene Salinas on What I did today instead of blogging Timtaylor Home on My name is Kingof Socks Tim Haab on How is economics like Fight Club?

2010 11

Stand-up Economist: “S happens: the economics version”

Environmental Economics

Yoram Bauman : Below is a Jan 2012 video of a routine I performed at the American Economic Association humor session in Chicago. It contains bad language (repeated uses of the “s” word), so be forewarned. There are a couple of good environmental economist jokes in there

It's Friday, so this must be a sports economics post

Environmental Economics

We're covering the economics of sports subsidies. We tell the familiar (at least to sports economists) story that sports stadiums and arenas (and the teams that play there) have little to no economic impact.

The very first issue of Water Resources and Economics

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: We are very pleased to present you with the first issue of our new journal, Water Resources & Economics. Dr. Roy Brouwer sees an important role for the journal in providing scientific information about the economic costs and benefits of water use and management: 'Economics is one of the most prominent emerging disciplines associated to water resources research. The journal Water Resources and Economics is scienti?cally

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"Economists agree: economic models underestimate climate change"

Environmental Economics

But analysts and journalists often say (or imply) that there's less of an economic consensus, that economists are leery of the actions recommended by scientists because of their cost. David Roberts: It's fairly well-established at this point that there's a robust scientific consensus about the threat of climate change.

Environmental Economics: More on bigfoot

Environmental Economics

Got a question about environmental economics? Recent Comments John Whitehead on What I did today instead of blogging Rene Salinas on What I did today instead of blogging Timtaylor Home on My name is Kingof Socks Tim Haab on How is economics like Fight Club?

Environmental Economics: How is economics like Fight Club?

Environmental Economics

Got a question about environmental economics? Recent Comments John Whitehead on What I did today instead of blogging Rene Salinas on What I did today instead of blogging Timtaylor Home on My name is Kingof Socks Tim Haab on How is economics like Fight Club?

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