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1.5 EARTH AND RELATED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, 1.7 OTHER NATURAL SCIENCES, 3.3 HEALTH SCIENCES, 5.2 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 5.6 POLITICAL SCIENCE, 5.7 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY, 6.3 PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS and RELIGION
The aim of this essay is to present an overview of some of the basic concepts underlying the mainstream approach to the role of economics in the analysis of the causes and treatment of environmental degradation. It evaluates the mainstream view depicted by Helm and Pearce and analyses economic externalities in context, conventional economic approaches and imperfect information.
Power, T., ''Bringing the Environment In From the Cold'', Property Valuer, Vol 23, No 3, Spring 2004