Environmental Ethics

Volume 15, Issue 2, Summer 1993

Clive L. Spash
Pages 117-132

Economics, Ethics, and Long-Term Environmental Damages

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  • NG Yew-Kwang. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. Intergenerational Impartiality: Replacing Discounting by Probability Weighting 2005. [CrossRef]
  • Rachelle K. Gould, Austin Himes, Lea May Anderson, Paola Arias Arévalo, Mollie Chapman, Dominic Lenzi, Barbara Muraca, Marc Tadaki. Environmental Values. Building on Spash's critiques of monetary valuation to suggest ways forward for relational values research 2024. [CrossRef]
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  • Lynn Mainwaring. Ecological Economics. Comparing futures: a positional approach to population ethics 2004. [CrossRef]
  • Georgia Mavromati, Kostas Bithas. Sustainable Development. Ecologically sustainable economic development in aquatic ecosystems: from theory to environmental policy 2013. [CrossRef]
  • Rama Mohana R. Turaga, Richard B. Howarth, Mark E. Borsuk. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Pro‐environmental behavior 2010. [CrossRef]
  • Christian Azar, John Holmberg. Ecological Economics. Defining the generational environmental debt 1995. [CrossRef]
  • Marc D. Davidson. WIREs Climate Change. Climate change and the ethics of discounting 2015. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Environmental Values. Exploring economic dimensions of social ecological crises: A reply to special issue papers 2024. [CrossRef]
  • Chandni Dwarkasing, Gonzalo Vitón, Victoria Silva Sánchez. Relaciones Internacionales. An eco-Marxist reinterpretation of formal abstraction in Ecological Economics 2021. [CrossRef]
  • CLIVE L. SPASH. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Social Ecological Economics: Understanding the Past to See the Future 2011. [CrossRef]
  • Olof Johansson-Stenman. Journal of Economic Methodology. On the problematic link between fundamental ethics and economic policy recommendations 1998. [CrossRef]
  • Douglas James Joyce. World Futures. Deep policy: Conscious evolution in the Forest 1998. [CrossRef]
  • Kim S. Alexander, Anthony Ryan, Thomas G. Measham. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. Managed retreat of coastal communities: understanding responses to projected sea level rise 2012. [CrossRef]
  • Marc D. Davidson. Environmental Values. Wrongful Harm to Future Generations: The Case of Climate Change 2008. [CrossRef]
  • Kostas Bithas. Ecological Economics. Sustainability and externalities: Is the internalization of externalities a sufficient condition for sustainability? 2011. [CrossRef]
  • SHARON BEDER. Environmental Conservation. Environmental economics and ecological economics: the contribution of interdisciplinarity to understanding, influence and effectiveness 2011. [CrossRef]
  • ELAINE APARECIDA FERNANDES, GUSTAVO BARROS LEITE. Brazilian Journal of Political Economy. Atuação dos projetos de mecanismo de desenvolvimento limpo para o desenvolvimento sustentável no Brasil 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Innocent Simphiwe Nojiyeza. Handbook of Research on Resource Management and the Struggle for Water Sustainability in Africa 2022: 297. [CrossRef]
  • Marc D. Davidson. Environmental Values. Individual Responsibility to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Kantian Deontological Perspective 2023. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Cahiers d'économie politique. 4. The Contested Conceptualisation of Pollution in Economics: Market Failure or Cost Shifting Success? 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Dan Greenwood. Effective Governance and the Political Economy of Coordination 2023: 113. [CrossRef]
  • Atanu Sarkar. Journal of Cleaner Production. Minimalonomics: A novel economic model to address environmental sustainability and earth's carrying capacity 2022. [CrossRef]
  • Hubert Buch-Hansen, Iana Nesterova. Ecological Economics. Less and more: Conceptualising degrowth transformations 2023. [CrossRef]
  • Patrik Söderholm, Thomas Sundqvist. Ecological Economics. Pricing environmental externalities in the power sector: ethical limits and implications for social choice 2003. [CrossRef]
  • Marc D. Davidson. Ecological Economics. Zero discounting can compensate future generations for climate damage 2014. [CrossRef]
  • Stephen Polasky, Nfamara K. Dampha. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. Discounting and Global Environmental Change 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Review of Political Economy. The political economy of nature∗ 1995. [CrossRef]
  • Marc D. Davidson. Climatic Change. A Social Discount Rate for Climate Damage to Future Generations Based on Regulatory Law 2006. [CrossRef]
  • Arild Vatn. Economics, Ethics, and Environmental Policy 2002: 148. [CrossRef]
  • Annelise Mathieu, Emmanuelle Reynaud, Jean-Louis Chandon. Finance Contrôle Stratégie. Les déterminants internes de l’éco innovation : Analyse de 118 éco innovations selon le référentiel gestionnaire et la stratégie RSE de l’entreprise 2015. [CrossRef]
  • Kirsten L. L. Oleson. The Journal of Environment & Development. Shaky Foundations and Sustainable Exploiters 2011. [CrossRef]
  • Kai Whiting, Leonidas Konstantakos, Angeles Carrasco, Luis Carmona. Sustainability. Sustainable Development, Wellbeing and Material Consumption: A Stoic Perspective 2018. [CrossRef]
  • Barbara E. Baarsma, Jan G. Lambooy. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Valuation of externalities through neo-classical methods by including institutional variables 2005. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Ecological Sustainability and Integrity: Concepts and Approaches 1998: 46. [CrossRef]
  • Kostas Bithas. Sustainable Development. A bioeconomic approach to sustainable development: Incorporating ecological thresholds within intergenerational efficiency 2020. [CrossRef]
  • Donald A. Brown. Sustainable Development: Science, Ethics, and Public Policy 1995: 52. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Ecological Economics. Double CO2 and beyond: benefits, costs and compensation 1994. [CrossRef]
  • Preston Greene. Politics, Philosophy & Economics. Social bias, not time bias 2024. [CrossRef]
  • Patrik Söderholm, Thomas Sundqvist. Journal of Economic Issues. Ethical Limitations of Social Cost Pricing: An Application to Power Generation Externalities 2000. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash. Ecological Economics. The economics of climate change impacts à la Stern: Novel and nuanced or rhetorically restricted? 2007. [CrossRef]
  • Clive L. Spash, Nick Hanley. Ecological Economics. Preferences, information and biodiversity preservation 1995. [CrossRef]
  • Pratima Bansal, William E Kilbourne. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. The ecologically sustainable retailer 2001. [CrossRef]
  • William Kilbourne, Pierre McDonagh, Andrea Prothero. Journal of Macromarketing. Sustainable Consumption and the Quality of Life: A Macromarketing Challenge to the Dominant Social Paradigm 1997. [CrossRef]
  • Nick Hanley, Clive Spash, Lorna Walker. Environmental & Resource Economics. Problems in valuing the benefits of biodiversity protection 1995. [CrossRef]
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