Ecological Economics Volume 205, March 2023

This issue is in progress but contains articles that are final and fully citable.

[Note: From an academic journal. I haven’t read any of these articles yet but have bolded a number of titles which seem of interest to degrowth readers. The link below should lead you to a page that lets you review the abstracts and even download a free zipped copy of the entire issue. Bob]

Issue titles – overview

https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/ecological-economics/vol/205/suppl/C

  1. In memoriam: Herman Daly (1938–2022)
    • Joshua Farley, Tommaso Luzzati
  2. Managing the distributional effects of climate policies: A narrow path to a just transition\
    • Francesco Vona
  3. Pests, wind and fire: A multi-hazard risk review for natural disturbances in forests
    • Félix Bastit, Marielle Brunette, Claire Montagné-Huck
  4. What does network analysis teach us about international environmental cooperation?
    • Stefano Carattini, Sam Fankhauser, Jianjian Gao, Caterina Gennaioli, Pietro Panzarasa
  5. First-degree price discrimination water bank to reduce reacquisition costs and enhance economic efficiency in agricultural water buyback
    • C. Dionisio Pérez-Blanco, Francesco Sapino, Pablo Saiz-Santiago
  6. Testing the sensitivity of stated environmental preferences to variations in choice architecture
    • Jülide Ceren Ahi, Margrethe Aanesen, Gorm Kipperberg
  7. How to estimate whether preferential trade agreements contribute to international environmental impact shifting. A new methodology and empirical illustration for Switzerland
    • Oskar Martin Jönsson, David Presberger, Stephan Pfister, Thomas Bernauer
  8. Environmental justice and green innovation: A quasi-natural experiment based on the establishment of environmental courts in China
    • Xiulin Qi, Zhifang Wu, Jinqing Xu, Biaoan Shan
  9. Navigating farming-BMP-policy interplay through a dynamical model
    • Mehran Homayounfar, Rachata Muneepeerakul, Christopher J. Martinez
  10. Under what conditions do payments for environmental services enable forest conservation in the Amazon? A realist synthesis
    • Fernando-Esteban Montero-de-Oliveira, Genowefa Blundo-Canto, Driss Ezzine-de-Blas
  11. Wild harvesting or cultivation of commercial environmental products: A theoretical model and its application to medicinal plants
    • Sofia Topcu Madsen, Carsten Smith-Hall
  12. Leaders and laggards in the pursuit of an EU just transition
    • Darren McCauley, Kerry A. Pettigrew, Iain Todd, Christine Milchram
  13. Resource shifting: Resourcification and de-resourcification for degrowth
    • Hervé Corvellec, Alexander Paulsson
  14. Capitalized value of evolving flood risks discount and nature-based solution premiums on property prices
    • Asli Mutlu, Debraj Roy, Tatiana Filatova
  15. Social outcomes of energy use in the United Kingdom: Household energy footprints and their links to well-being
    • Marta Baltruszewicz, Julia K. Steinberger, Jouni Paavola, Diana Ivanova, … Anne Owen
  16. Supporting national-level policies for sustainable consumption in Portugal: A socio-economic Ecological Footprint analysis
    • João-Pedro Ferreira, João Lourenço Marques, Sara Moreno Pires, Katsunori Iha, Alessandro Galli
  17. The short-run, dynamic employment effects of natural disasters: New insights from Puerto Rico
    • Alessandro Barattieri, Patrice Borda, Alberto Brugnoli, Martino Pelli, Jeanne Tschopp
  18. Assessing U.S. consumers’ carbon footprints reveals outsized impact of the top 1%
    • Jared Starr, Craig Nicolson, Michael Ash, Ezra M. Markowitz, Daniel Moran
  19. Disparities in economic values for nature-based activities in Canada
    • Danielle S. Spence, Corinne J. Schuster-Wallace, Patrick Lloyd-Smith
  20. Experimenting with a green ‘Green Revolution’. Evidence from a randomised controlled trial in Indonesia
    • Michael Grimm, Nathalie Luck
  21. How payments for ecosystem services can undermine Indigenous institutions: The case of Peru’s Ampiyacu-Apayacu watershed
    • Ashwin Ravikumar, Esperanza Chairez Uriarte, Daniela Lizano, Andrea Muñoz Ledo Farré, Mariel Montero
  22. An assessment of the scope and comprehensiveness of well-being economy indicator sets: The cases of Iceland, Scotland and New Zealand
    • David Cook, Takeshi Benjamín Kaji, Brynhildur Davíðsdóttir
  23. The Green New Deal: Historical insights and local prospects in the United Kingdom (UK)
    • Donal Brown, Marie-Claire Brisbois, Max Lacey-Barnacle, Tim Foxon, … Giulia Mininni
  24. Do people think they have enough? A subjective income sufficiency assessment
    • Damaris Castro, Brent Bleys
  25. Digitalization, positioning in global value chain and carbon emissions embodied in exports: Evidence from global manufacturing production-based emissions
    • Yongming Huang, Yanan Zhang
  26. Designing policy packages for a climate-neutral industry: A case study from the Netherlands
    • Brilé Anderson, Emile Cammeraat, Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Luisa Dressler, … Konstantinos Theodoropoulos
  27. The Role of Catch Portfolios in Characterizing Species’ Economic Linkages and Fishers’ Responses to Climate Change Impacts
    • Smit Vasquez Caballero, Diego Salgueiro-Otero, Elena Ojea
  28. Modelling the embodied carbon cost of UK domestic building construction: Today to 2050
    • Michał P. Drewniok, Cyrille F. Dunant, Julian M. Allwood, Tim Ibell, Will Hawkins
  29. Less and more: Conceptualising degrowth transformations
    • Hubert Buch-Hansen, Iana Nesterova
  30. Green consumption: The role of confidence and pessimism
    • Maria J. Montoya-Villalobos
  31. A descriptive framework to evaluate instrument packages for the low-carbon transition
    • Herman Vollebergh, Edwin van der Werf, Johanna Vogel
  32. What drives the designation of protected areas? Accounting for spatial dependence using a composite marginal likelihood approach
    • Anne Nobel, Sebastien Lizin, Robert Malina
  33. Evolution of farm-level crop diversification and response to rainfall shocks in smallholder farming: Evidence from Malawi and Tanzania
    • Clifton Makate, Arild Angelsen, Stein Terje Holden, Ola Tveitereid Westengen
  34. Urban mining: The relevance of information, transaction costs and externalities
    • Antoinette van der Merwe, Livia Cabernard, Isabel Günther
  35. Facing finitude: Death-awareness and sustainable transitions
    • Gábor Király, Alexandra Köves
  36. Book Reviews
  37. An Inconvenient Apocalypse: Environmental Collapse, Climate Crisis, and the Fate of Humanity, Wes Jackson, Robert Jensen (Eds.). University of Notre Dame Press (2022), 171+ix pages
    • Richard B. Norgaard

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