Tag Archives: John Gowdy

Sustainability and the Art of Long-term Thinking

Publication new Book “Sustainability and the Art of Long-term Thinking” by Bernd Klauer, Reiner Manstetten, Thomas Petersen, Johannes Schiller Dealing with time is intimately linked to sustainability, because sustainability, at its core, involves long-term ethical claims. To live up to … Continue reading

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Third Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen Annual Awards

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) invites nominations for the Third Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen Annual Awards. The Awards will be announced during Delhi Sustainable Development Summit – DSDS 2015 (5-7 February 2015). Deadline for applications is 31 October 2014. Please find … Continue reading

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ISEE Election Results

Voting for the 2011 ISEE election of officers was open for three weeks and closed on December 21, with very close results.  Terms are two years. President Elect:  Marina Fischer-Kowalski President 2012-2013: Bina Agarwal Past President 2010-2011: John Gowdy Continuing … Continue reading

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New Textbook from Stanford Microeconomic Theory Old and New

Stanford University Press is pleased to announce "an excellent and timely guide for students on the evolution of microeconomic theory" Microeconomic Theory Old and New A Student’s Guide John M. Gowdy This book presents the core model of contemporary economic … Continue reading

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The 2009 Nobel Prize and the Coming of Age of Ecological Economics

John Gowdy and Richard Norgaard “Economic transactions take place not only in markets, but also within firms, associations, households and agencies. Whereas economic theory has comprehensively illuminated the virtues and limitations of markets, it has traditionally paid less attention to … Continue reading

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