Environmental thinking in Economics, Archieves of Economic History XIX(2): 5-17, 2007

Environmental thinking in Economics, Archieves of Economic History XIX(2): 5-17. (EconLit Listed). (2007).

This paper discusses the development of environmental economics from the Industrial Revolution in Europe to today. Specifically, it comments on the general similarities and differences between the representatives of the schools of economic thought concerning the environment. Among others, the issues of scarcity of natural resources, of population growth as well as the limits to growth are discussed and the various views are presented.

JEL Classifications: N53, N54, O13, B12, B13, B14