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Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics : alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises, Edited By Julien-François Gerber, Harvard University, Rolf Steppacher, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

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Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics : alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises
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Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics
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alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises
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Edited By Julien-François Gerber, Harvard University, Rolf Steppacher, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
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  • Gerber, Julien-François
  • Steppacher, Rolf
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  • Ecology
  • Institutional economics
  • Kapp, K. William
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Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics : alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises, Edited By Julien-François Gerber, Harvard University, Rolf Steppacher, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Integration and ecological economics
  • Approaches to integration
  • Kapp's integrative proposal
  • Ecological economics: a movement in three camps
  • Conclusions
  • 2.
  • The Fog of Economics
  • Robert U. Ayres
  • The current and continuing crisis
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Gaps in neoclassical theory
  • The missing link: energy
  • 3.
  • New Narratives for Sustainability: The Red Pill for Economists
  • Kozo Mayumi
  • How good is current understanding of the sustainability predicament?
  • Understanding Soddy's prophecy to avoid falling into the era of ̀Ponzi scheme economics'
  • The understated biophysical reality: the peak oil and the metabolic pattern of modern societies
  • The red pill prescribed for economists
  • Conclusion
  • The aim of the book: a contribution towards the integration of heterodox thinking
  • 4.
  • Social Metabolism, Environmental Cost-Shifting and Valuation Languages
  • Joan Martinez-Alier
  • Introduction
  • The environmentalism of the poor
  • Varieties of environmentalism
  • Two women from Ecuador
  • Social metabolism
  • Conclusion
  • 5.
  • The foundation of ecological and critical institutional economics
  • Meanings and Significance of Property with Reference to Today's Three Major Eco-Institutional Crises
  • Julien-Francois Gerber
  • Introduction
  • The differentiation between property and possession as a key point of integration
  • Centering property and possession on three major crises: some preliminary considerations
  • Conclusion
  • 6.
  • An Institutional and Evolutionary Critique of Natural Capital
  • John M. Gowdy
  • Introduction
  • The need for integration in heterodox economics: the relevance of K.W. Kapp
  • Capital and natural capital
  • Natural capital and the boundary of economic analysis
  • Veblen's institutional critique of capital
  • Bringing biophysical foundations back into ecological economics
  • Merging human economy and human ecology
  • 7.
  • From Utilitarianism to Evolution in Ecological Economics
  • Geoffrey M. Hodgson
  • From neoclassical self-interest to morality and need
  • In search of an overarching analytical framework
  • Some key integrative concepts: summary of the chapters
  • Using evolutionary thinking to connect economic and ecological values
  • Conclusion
  • 8.
  • Economics: The Dismal Science?
  • Stephen A. Marglin
  • 9.
  • Moving from a Failed Growth Economy to a Steady-State Economy
  • Herman E. Daly
  • 10.
  • Global Poverty and Financial Crisis: Are We Trapped in an Obsolete Economic Order?
  • 1.
  • Daniel W. Bromley
  • The setting
  • The financial crisis of 2007
  • The perpetuation of world poverty
  • Are we trapped in an obsolete economic order?
  • A few further reflections
  • Towards the Integration of Social, Economic and Ecological Knowledge
  • Clive L. Spash
Control code
ocn748328655
Dimensions
23 cn
Extent
xvi, 235 p.
Isbn
9780230303584
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2011048632
System control number
(OCoLC)748328655
Label
Towards an integrated paradigm in heterodox economics : alternative approaches to the current eco-social crises, Edited By Julien-François Gerber, Harvard University, Rolf Steppacher, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Integration and ecological economics
  • Approaches to integration
  • Kapp's integrative proposal
  • Ecological economics: a movement in three camps
  • Conclusions
  • 2.
  • The Fog of Economics
  • Robert U. Ayres
  • The current and continuing crisis
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Gaps in neoclassical theory
  • The missing link: energy
  • 3.
  • New Narratives for Sustainability: The Red Pill for Economists
  • Kozo Mayumi
  • How good is current understanding of the sustainability predicament?
  • Understanding Soddy's prophecy to avoid falling into the era of ̀Ponzi scheme economics'
  • The understated biophysical reality: the peak oil and the metabolic pattern of modern societies
  • The red pill prescribed for economists
  • Conclusion
  • The aim of the book: a contribution towards the integration of heterodox thinking
  • 4.
  • Social Metabolism, Environmental Cost-Shifting and Valuation Languages
  • Joan Martinez-Alier
  • Introduction
  • The environmentalism of the poor
  • Varieties of environmentalism
  • Two women from Ecuador
  • Social metabolism
  • Conclusion
  • 5.
  • The foundation of ecological and critical institutional economics
  • Meanings and Significance of Property with Reference to Today's Three Major Eco-Institutional Crises
  • Julien-Francois Gerber
  • Introduction
  • The differentiation between property and possession as a key point of integration
  • Centering property and possession on three major crises: some preliminary considerations
  • Conclusion
  • 6.
  • An Institutional and Evolutionary Critique of Natural Capital
  • John M. Gowdy
  • Introduction
  • The need for integration in heterodox economics: the relevance of K.W. Kapp
  • Capital and natural capital
  • Natural capital and the boundary of economic analysis
  • Veblen's institutional critique of capital
  • Bringing biophysical foundations back into ecological economics
  • Merging human economy and human ecology
  • 7.
  • From Utilitarianism to Evolution in Ecological Economics
  • Geoffrey M. Hodgson
  • From neoclassical self-interest to morality and need
  • In search of an overarching analytical framework
  • Some key integrative concepts: summary of the chapters
  • Using evolutionary thinking to connect economic and ecological values
  • Conclusion
  • 8.
  • Economics: The Dismal Science?
  • Stephen A. Marglin
  • 9.
  • Moving from a Failed Growth Economy to a Steady-State Economy
  • Herman E. Daly
  • 10.
  • Global Poverty and Financial Crisis: Are We Trapped in an Obsolete Economic Order?
  • 1.
  • Daniel W. Bromley
  • The setting
  • The financial crisis of 2007
  • The perpetuation of world poverty
  • Are we trapped in an obsolete economic order?
  • A few further reflections
  • Towards the Integration of Social, Economic and Ecological Knowledge
  • Clive L. Spash
Control code
ocn748328655
Dimensions
23 cn
Extent
xvi, 235 p.
Isbn
9780230303584
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2011048632
System control number
(OCoLC)748328655

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