RFF Environmental and Resource Economics Set
For almost 60 years, RFF has pioneered the application of economics as a tool to develop more effective policy about the use and conservation of natural resources. It remains the world's premier institution for the study of environmental economics. This collection of eight books represents many of the best works that RFF has published, including writings by Nobel Prize winning economists. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.
Table of Contents
Public Investment, the Rate of Return, and Optimal Fiscal Policy By Kenneth J. Arrow and Mordecai Kurz 9781617260308 218 pp Scarcity and Growth: The Economics of Natural Resource Availability By Harold J. Barnett and Chandler Morse 9781617260315 288 pp Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy: Essays from the Sixth RFF Forum Edited by Henry Jarrett 9781617260278 173 pp Environmental Quality Analysis:Theory & Method in the Social Sciences Edited by Allen V. Kneese and Blair T. Bower 9781617260261 408 pp Measuring the Benefits of Clean Air and Water By Allen V. Kneese 9781617260285 159 pp Natural Environments: Studies in Theoretical & Applied Analysis Edited by John V. Krutilla 9781617260292 352 pp Environmental Economics: A Theoretical Inquiry By Karl-G ran M ler 9781617260254 267 pp Scarcity and Growth Reconsidered Edited by V. Kerry Smith 9781617260322 298 pp