Sustainable development is a concept that is receiving increasing
attention from world decision makers. This timely volume contains a
selection of both the seminal papers and a cross-section of current
thinking. It will be invaluable to researchers, students and
practitioners interested in this important topic. Part I presents
early articles linking the macroeconomy with the environment. Part
II contains general surveys of the relationship between economic
growth and environmental degradation. Included in Part III are
papers with mathematical models seeking to incorporate
environmental variables into macroeconomic frameworks. Part IV
focuses on the linkages between international trade and the
environment. The final section examines progress on the greening of
the system of national accounts - an important prerequisite for
environmental-macroeconomic policy making.
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