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Ecological Economics For Sustainable Development
Lead Contributors : Kanchan Chopra, Charles Perrings, U.R. Rao, Kirit Parikh, C.H. Hanumantha Rao;
Hard bound book;  Pages : 255
2001 Edition; ISBN - 81-7188-193-9
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About The Book :

With increasing rates of economic growth, it becomes imperative to examine, analyse and document likely impacts on the state of health of natural resources and the environment. At the international level, such debate in the eighties led to the emergence of the notion of sustainable development. However, the question that has exercised the minds of a large number of persons at different points of time is: What does sustainable development mean for a low income, densely populated country eager to get on with growth and development? Is it just another word coined by developed countries and relevant only to them while we continue to follow whatever development path we determine for ourselves consigning such issues to a distant future? Or is it that the concept can reflect aspects of a new paradigm of development? Perhaps as late-comers to development, we can and should think of opportunities that we have of avoiding mistakes committed by industrial nations in the course of the last two hundred years and using our natural and environmental resources more prudently ?

This book, which brings together the proceedings, lead papers and abstracts of contributed papers presented at the First Biennial Conference of the Indian Society for Ecological Economics (INSEE) gives a developing country perspective to the issues referred to above. It is sure to be of interest to scientists, policy makers and thinking persons in different walks of life as they deliberate on issues at the interface of environment and development.



1. Economics, Ecology and the Environment : A Developing Country Perspective
Kanchan Chopra
President, Indian Society for Ecological Economics and Professor, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
2. Modelling Sustainable Ecological Economic Development
Charles Perrings
Professor, University of York, U.K.
3. Natural Resource Accounting and Monitoring
U.R. Rao
Member, Space Commission, Bangalore
4. Natural Resource Accounting and Monitoring
Kirit Parikh
Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
5. Sustainable Development of Agriculture
C.H. Hanumantha Rao
Chairman, Centre for Economic & Social Studies, Hyderabad


6. Accounting for Sustainability : Concepts, Theory and Case Studies
Gopal Kadekodi
Centre for Multi-Disciplinary Development Research
7. Water Resources, Technology, Sustainable Development
Ramaswamy R. Iyer
Centre for Policy Research
8. Water Quality Issues
Ramaswamy R. Iyer
Centre for Policy Research
9. Recycling and Waste Management : Ecological and Economic Implications
Paul Appaswamy
Madras Institute of Development Studies
10. Energy, Infrastructure and Environment
Ramprasad Sengupta
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
11. Bio-Diversity and Protected Areas
P.S. Ramakrishnan
School of Environmental Sciences
12. Institutions and Environmental Governance
V.B. Eswaran
13. Resource Valuation and Management
Dinesh K. Marothia
Department of Agricultural and Natural Recourse Economics, Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
14. Methodology Issues in Environmental Economics
U. Sankar
15. Trade and Environment
Jyoti Parikh
Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
16. Environmental Impact of Human Activity
M.V. Nadkarna
Gulbargha University
17. Agriculture and Environment
S. Bisaliah
18. Forestry and Sustainable Development
Indian Institute of Forest Management
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