Essays toward a steady-state economy
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Essays toward a steady-state economy

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Published by Centre Intercultural de Documentación in Cuernavaca .
Written in English


  • Economic development,
  • Human ecology

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

StatementHerman E. Daly, editor.
SeriesCIDOC cuaderno -- no. 70
LC ClassificationsHD82 .D314, HD82 D29
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings):
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20792891M

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A Future Beyond Growth explores the reason why the endless growth economy is fundamentally unsustainable and considers ways in which society can move beyond this to a steady state economy. The book brings together some of the deepest thinkers from around the world to consider how to advance beyond growth. So a no growth economy is not a realistic assumption for the near future. In the long run, however, a realistic option might be a steady state economy in which both population and the human economy are constant. In this chapter I look at the steady state concept in . About the Authors. Brian Czech, Ph.D., is the founder and executive director of the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State is the author of three books, Supply Shock, Shoveling Fuel for a Runaway Train, and The Endangered Species Act, as well as more than 50 academic journal served as a conservation biologist in the headquarters of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife. The “steady state” economy is rooted in the nineteenth-centur y economic theor y of John Stuart Mill. Little used until after World War II, the idea is a foundational con-cept in.

  Steady-State Economies was written back in the s. In the 40 years since then, there is a lot in Herman Daly's writing that one can critique - in /5(4). In recent years the concept of economic de-growth (decroissance) based on the literature of Nicolas Georgescu-Roegen e.g.,, has found a revival in France, Italy, Spain and other countries, in the popular as well as in the academic literature. Therein authors took on board Georgescu-Roegens' categorical rejection of a steady-state economy (SSE), as proposed by Herman Daly. Towards a steady-state economy Consumption of resources is rising rapidly, biodiversity is plummeting and just about every measure shows humans affecting Earth on a vast scale. Most of us accept the need for a more sustainable way to live, by reducing carbon emissions, developing renewable technology and increasing energy efficiency. In this important book, Herman E. Daly lays bare the weaknesses of growth economics and explains why, in contrast, a steady-state economy is both necessary and desirable. Through the course of the book, Daly develops the basic concept and theory of a steady-state economy from the .