4 edition of Technical change, relative prices, and environmental resource evaluation found in the catalog.
by Resources for the Future; distributed by Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||[by] V. Kerry Smith.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 S54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 106 p.|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||74006840|
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Originally published inTechnical Change, Relative Prices, and Environmental Resource Evaluation explores the relationship between natural environmental resources and the differential implications of technological change and relative price claims that price is linked to technological progress and comments on the economic issues surrounding by: Technical change, relative prices, and environmental resource evaluation, by Vincent Kerry Smith by, Resources for the Future edition, in English.
The Environment and Directed Technical Change† I. General Framework II. Environmental Disaster without Exhaustible Resources A. The Laissez-Faire Equilibrium B. Directed Technical Change and Environmental Disaster C. Costs of Delay D. Complementary Inputs: ε. The mathematical representation of this assumption is that policies are chosen to maximize a social welfare function, W, that is the discounted sum of the population-weighted utility of per capita consumption, where c is per capita consumption, L is population and R(t) is the discount factor, all of which are discussed as we on () is the mathematical statement of the.
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