Media library


Part I Foundations
1. Social ecological economics – Clive L. Spash
2. A critical and realist approach to ecological economics – Armin Puller and Tone Smith

Part II Heterodox thought on the environment
3. Critical institutional economics – Arild Vatn
4. Political ecology and unequal exchange – Alf Hornborg
5. Ecofeminism – Ariel Salleh
6. Ecological Marxism and ecological economics: from misunderstanding to eeaningful dialogue – Ali Douai
7. Post Keynesian economics and sustainable development – Eric Berr
8. Evolutionary economics – Karolina Safarzynska

Part III Biophysical reality and its implications
9. Thermodynamics: relevance, implications, misuse and ways forward – Kozo Torasan Mayumi
10. Geophysical limits, raw material use and their policy implications – Armin Dieter
11. Social metabolism – Fridolin Krausmann
12. The biophysical realities of ecosystems – Vincent Devictor
13. Coevolutionary social ecological economics – Richard B. Norgaard

Part IV Society, power and politics
14. Theories of power – Lorenz Stör
15. The Imperial Mode of Living – Ulrich Brand and Markus Wissen
16. A guide to environmental justice movements and the language of ecological distribution conflicts – Joan Martinez-Alier
17. Social movements and resistance – Viviana Asara

Part V Markets, production and consumption
18. Unregulated markets and the transformation of society – Asad Zaman
19. Theory of the firm – Peter E. Earl
20. Theories of (un)sustainable consumption – Clive L. Spash and Karin Dobernig
21. Work and leisure: money, identity and playfulness – Wolfgang J. Fellner

Part VI Value and ethics
22. Pluralism and incommensurability – John O’Neill
23. Intrinsic values and economic valuation – Katie McShane
24. Needs as a central element of sustainable development – Felix Rauschmayer and Ines Omann
25. Future generations – Richard B. Howarth

Part VII Science and society: uncertainty and precaution
26. Precautionary appraisal as a response to risk, uncertainty, ambiguity and ignorance – Andy Stirling
27. Addressing strong uncertainty: safe minimum standards – Irmi Seidl
28. Post-normal science – Roger Strand

Part VIII Methods
29. The NUSAP approach to uncertainty appraisal and communication – Jeroen P. van der Sluijs
30. Multi-criteria evaluation in environmental policy analysis – Salvatore Greco and Giuseppe Munda
31. Multicriteria mapping – Rebecca White
32. Q methodology – Ben Davies
33. Participation in the context of ecological economics – Kirsty L. Blackstock
34. Deliberative monetary valuation – Jasper Kenter
35. Participatory modelling in ecological economics: lessons from practice – Nuno Videira, Paula Antunes and Rui Santos
36. Input-output analysis – Jon D. Erickson and Melinda Kane
37. Sustainability indicators – Philippe Roman and Géraldine Thiry

Part IX Policy challenges
38. Commons – Bengi Akbulut
39. Uneven development and resource extractivism in Africa – Patrick Bond
40. Mining conflicts – Begüm Özkaynak and Beatriz Rodriguez-Labajos
41. Peak-oil and ecological economics – Christian Kerschner and Iñigo Capellán-Pérez
42. Human induced climate change from a political economy perspective – Max Koch
43. Ecosystem services- Erik Gómez-Baggethun

Part X Future post-growth society
44. Degrowth and democracy – Daniel Hausknost
45. The steady state economy – Brian Czech
46. Post-growth economics – Niko Paech
47. The bioregional economy: celebrating the local in production and consumption – Molly Scott Cato
48. The coming sustainable city – Laura Frye-Levine and Richard S. Levine
49. Eco-social enterprises – Nadia Johanisova and Eva Fraňková
50. Democracy, participation and social planning – Fikret Adaman and Pat Devine