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Environment and development economics: past, present and future challenges

  • Anil Markandya (a1)

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The journal Environment and Development Economics has made a major contribution over the last 20 years to our understanding of the ways in which the environment interacts with the process of development. The risks of ignoring environmental considerations was raised at the outset when the journal was launched and the discussion has gone on to become more informed and sophisticated as time has passed. We know more about where development may bring about an improvement in environmental quality and where it may not, unless the right policies are followed. We also better appreciate what those policies are and what challenges governments face in implementing them.

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12 With regard to the three lines identified, about 6–7 per cent of papers have dealt with measuring progress in terms of accounting in both periods. The first period had a main focus on issues of policy and regulation (56 per cent of papers), which has gone down in the last 8 years to around 40 per cent.

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