Growth and Efficiency in Resource Economics. Resources, Conservation & Recycling

Growth and Efficiency in Resource Economics. Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 134: A4–A5 (SCOPUS, ISI listed. Impact factor: 5.120 and 5-year: 5.228). Editorial. In common with S. Managi and C. Wilson (2018).

Economic growth and efficiency has been the subject of thorough research and of great interest to economists as well as to policy makers. Knowledge of the actual causality direction between sustainable development and economic growth has important implications for modeling environmental and growth policies. During the last decade, there is a substantial body of literature assessing the determinants of economic growth and efficiency in resource relevant problems. Despite the fact that the relationship between economic growth and efficiency has been studied over the past decades, the development of new economic and environmental policies, the new climate regime and the development of new econometric, operational research and mathematical techniques provide sufficient space for further research.