Environmental Economics and Management: Theory, Policy, and Applications (McGraw-Hill), 1995
Publisher's blurb: This environmental economics book offers an applied approach that no other text offers. Through real-world applications that appear in every chapter, the authors demonstrate to the student how economic theory can be used to analyze environmental policy and the associated effects on consumers and firms. The authors have kept their focus on environmental economics rather than natural resources -a perspective the market place has been hungry for. In a new approach, which has been widely praised by reviewers, the authors use a modular approach to organize the presentation. Each module is made up of chapters that develop economic models and analytical tools within a common theme.