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Environment and Development Economics
  • ISSN: 1355-770X EISSN: 1469-4395
  • Editor: Eswaran Somanathan Indian Statistical Institute|7 Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg|New Delhi 110016|India
  • Editorial board
Published in association with the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Royal Swedish Academy of SciencesEnvironment and Development Economics is positioned at the intersection of environmental, resource and development economics. The Editor and Associate Editors, supported by a distinguished panel of advisors from around the world, aim to encourage submissions from researchers in the field in both developed and developing countries. The Journal is divided into two main sections, Theory and Applications, which includes regular academic papers and Policy Options, which includes papers that may be of interest to the wider policy community. Environment and Development Economics also publishes occasional Policy Fora (discussions based on a focal paper). Recent special issues have included ‘China’s Environmental Policy’, edited by Jintao Xu and Peter Berck, and ‘Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Developing and Transition Countries’, edited by Johanna Choumert, Pascale Combes Motel and Katrin Millock.

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  • EDE call for papers
  • 23 Sep 2016,
  • Environment and Development Economics seeks to publish a special issue addressing empirical research on growth and environment. The issue will be guest edited by George Halkos and Shunsuke Managi.

Economics blog

  • Watching the 2016 presidential debates
  • 26 September 2016, Patrick Stewart
  • Watching the 2016 presidential debates Patrick A. Stewart, Ph.D. (pastewar@uark.edu)   If a picture is worth a thousand words, volumes will be spoken during the upcoming televised U.S.…...
  • Natural disasters, mitigation investment and financial aid
  • 05 September 2016, Luigi Sereno
  • Blog post based on an article published in Environment and Development Economics Natural disasters like the recent floods in Philippines and the tropical cyclone in Japan are just a few examples of catastrophic hazards which can cause loss of life, damage to personal property, business and infrastructure.…...