Recommended Books
Steady State/Ecological Economics - updated 20 April 2019

‘Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable Development’, by Herman Daly, 1996 - link here

'Bioeconomics and Sustainability: Essays in Honor of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen' edited by Kozo Mayumi and John M. Gowdy,  1999 - link here

‘Economics, Entropy and the Environment: The Extraordinary Economics of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen’ by T. Randolph Beard and Gabriel A. Lozada, 1999. - link here

‘Ecological Economics: An Introduction’ by Gareth Edward-Jones, Ben Davies, and Salman Hussain, 2000. link here

‘Ecological Economics: An Introduction’ by Michael Common and Sigrid Stagl, 2005. link here

‘Ecological Economics: Concepts and methods’ by Malte Faber, Reiner Manstetten, and John Proops, 1996 - link here

'Ecological Economics, Second Edition: Principles and Applications' by Herman Daly and Joshua Farley, 2010 - link here

'Energy and the Wealth of Nations: An Introduction to Biophysical Economics' by Charles A.S. Hall and Kent Klitgaard, 2018 2nd edition - link here

'Frontier Issues in Ecological Economics' by Phillip Lawn, 2007 - link here

'The Economics of Nature and the Nature of Economics' edited by Cutler Cleveland, David Stern, and Robert Costanza, 2001 - link here

‘The Economics of Stationary States’ by A.C. Pigou, 1935. The first in depth study of a stationary state economy from a non-ecological perspective. link here  

'The Entropy Law and the Economic Process' by Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, 1971 - link here

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