Literature

Literature description

Literature

4.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for Further Reading

 

4.2       References

Philosophy

Aristoteles (1987) Physik, translated by H.G. Zekl, Felix Meiner Verlag, Hamburg.

Becker, Ch., Christian Becker, D. Ewringmann, M. Faber, T. Petersen

and A. Zahrnt (2015) Endangering the Natural Basis of Life Is Unjust: On the Status

and Future of the Sustainability Discourse, Ethics, Policy & Environment, 18:1, 60-67, DOI:

10.1080/21550085.2015.1020729

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy, Routledge, London: Chapter 8. This book is the main source for this element; it is foundational for the triple teleology. It is also essential for the element [Basics of Life: Stocks, Stores & Funds.

Hegel, G.W.F. (1821) Grundlinien der Philosophie der Rechts oder Naturrecht und Staatswissenschaften im Grundrisse. Suhrkamp-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main.

Heidegger, M. (1996) The Principle of Reason, translated by Reginald Lilly, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis.

Kant, I. (1787/1929) Critique of Pure Reason, translated by Norman Kemp Smith, Macmillan and Co. Ltd., London.

Kant, I. (1793/1892) Critique of Judgement, translated with introduction and notes by J.H. Bernard, Macmillan and Co., London.

Platon (1990) Timaios, in: K. Widdra (ed.), Platon, Werke, Bd. 7, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt.

Spaemann, R. and R. Low (1991) die Frage: wozu? Geschichte und Weiterentwicklung des teleologischen Denkens. Piper, München.

 

Romantic Perspectives on Nature

Becker, C., Faber, M., Hertel, K., Manstetten, R. (2005) „Malthus vs. Wordsworth: Perspectives of Humankind, Nature and Economy. A Contribution to the History and the Foundations of Ecological Economics”, Ecological Economics 53: 299-310.

Becker, C., Manstetten, R. (2004) „Nature as a You. Novalis’ Philosophical Thought and the Modern Ecological Crisis“, Environmental Values 13: 101-118.

Malthus, T.R. [1798](1976): An Essay on the Principle of Population. Ed. by   Philip Appleman. New York, London.

Wordsworth, W., T. Coleridge [1798/1802](1965): Lyrical Ballads. The text of

the   1798   edition   with   the   additional   1800   poems   and   the   Prefaces.   Ed.

with introd., notes and append. by R.L. Brett and A.R. Jones. London.

 

Biology and Ecology

 

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M., Schiller, J. (2006) Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics. On the Foundations of Environmental Policy. Cheltenham, UK, Brookfield, USA.

Begon, M.E., Harper, J.L. and Townsend, C.R, (1990) Ecology: Individuals, Populations, and Communities. 2nd Ed., Blackwell Scientific Publications, Boston, Oxford. This is an encompassing and foundational book on ecology

Begon, M.E., Harper, J.L., Townsend, C.R, (1998) Ökologie, translated by Held, A. et al., Spektrum Verlag, Heidelberg, Berlin. This German translation of Begon, Harper, and  Townsend (1990).

Clark, C.W. (1976) Mathematical Bioenconomics, Wiley, New York.

Dawkins, R. (1989) The Selfish Gene, second Edition (first Edition 1976), Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Faber, M., Frank, K., Klauer, B.,Manstetten, R., Schiller, J., Wissel, C. (2005) On the foundation of a general theory of stocks. Ecological Economics 55: 155-172. This paper develops a joint terminology to examine ecological economic interactions from the perspective of economics and of ecology.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (1998) „Produktion, Konsum und Dienste in der Natur – Eine Theorie der Fonds“, in: L. Pohlmann, H.-J. Krug and U. Niedersen (eds.), Selbstorganisation, Jahrbuch für Komplexität in den Natur-, Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften: Evolution und Selbstorganisation in der Ökonomie, Vol. 9, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin: 209-236. This paper is foundational for the triple teleology.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Proops, J.L.R. (1995) “On the Conceptual Foundations of Ecological Economics: A Teleological Approach”, Ecological Economics 12: 41-54. This paper is foundational for the triple teleology.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. Proops, J.L.R. (2002) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. in cooperation with Petersen, T., Becker, C., Hottinger, O., Hertel K.. Jöst, F. (2007) Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie, Alber, Freiburg.

Faber, M., Niemes, H., Stephan, G. (1995) Entropy, Environment and Resources. An Essay in Physico-Economics. Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg. (English translation of the German Edition Entropie, Umweltschutz und Rohstoffverbrauch. Ein physikalisch-ökonomischer Essay, 1983, Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, Berlin. Chinese translation of the English edition 1990, Beijing).

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process.  Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. This is perhaps the main text on the foundations of Ecologica Economics.

Haeckel, E. (1866) Allgemeine Entwicklungsgeschichte der Organismen: Kritische Grundzüge der mechanischen Wissenschaft von den entstehenden Formen der Organismen, begründet durch die Descendenz-Theorie, Verlag Georg Reimer, Berlin.

Storch, V., Welsch, U., Wink, M. (2001) Evolutionsbiologie, Springer, Berlin etc.

Norgaard, R.B., Howarth, B.B. (1991) “Sustainability and discounting the future”, in R.  Constanca, Ecological Economics: The Science of and Management of Sustainability, Columbia University Press, New York.

Strasburger, E. (ed.) (1991) Lehrbuch der Botanik für Hochschulen, 33. Edition., G. Fischer, Stuttgart, Jena, New York.

 

Further Reading

Allen, P.M.  and Starr, T.B. ( 1982) Hirarchy. Perspectives  for Ecological Complexity. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R., Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (2013) Die Kunst langfristig zu denken. Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit. Nomos, Baden-Baden. This book is also essential for the element Basics of Life – Stocks, Stores and Funds. – The English translation is quoted below. – This book is also essential for the element Basics of Life – Stocks, Stores and Funds. –  The English edition is quoted below.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (forthcoming) Sustainability and the Art of Long-Term Thinking. Translated by Kathleen Cross, Routledge, Abidong , Oxon, UK. This book is  also essential for the element Basics of Life – Stocks, Stores and Funds. –  The German edition is quoted above.

Simon, H. A. (1962) “The architecture of complexity”. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106: 467-480.

Ullanowicz , R.E. ( 1992) Ecosystem health and trophic flows networks. In: R. Costanza, B. G. Norton and B. Haskel (eds.) Ecosystem Health: New goals for Environmental Management. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Literature

Literature

4.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

4.2       References

Scarcity

Barnett, H.J. and C. Morse (1963), Scarcity and Growth. The Economics of Natural Resource Availability, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.

Barbier, E.B. (1989), Economics, Natural Resource Scarcity and Development. Conventional and Alternative Views, London: Earthscan.

Baumgärtner, S., Becker, C., Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2006) “Relative and absolute scarcity of nature. Assessing the roles of economics and ecology for biodiversity conservation.” Ecological Economics 59: 487498.  This element is mainly based on this paper.

Faber, M.,  H. Niemes, and G. Stephan (1983/1987) Entropie, Umweltschutz und Rohstoffverbrauch. Eine naturwissenschaftlich-ökonomische Untersuchung; translated into English by Ingo Pellengahr. Resources. An Essay in Physico-Economics. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg etc.(translated into Chinese 1990; ISBN Y 80555-344-0/X.1.) This book views absolute scarcity from an ecological economic and thermodynamic perspective

Faber, M., R. Manstetten (2007), Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie. Freiburg/München.  See in particular Chapter 12, where not only scarcity, but also its relationship to the concept of moderation is analysed in detail.

Mankiw N.G. (2000), Principles of Economics, second ed., Harcourt Brace.

Manstetten, R. (2000) Das Menschenbild der Ökonomie. Der homo oeconomicus und die Anthropologie von Adam Smith, Alber, Freiburg, München.

Montani, G. (1987), Scarcity, in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds.), The New Palgrave. A Dictionary of Economics, Vol. 4, Houndsmill and New York: Palgrave.

Robbins, L. (1932) On the Nature and Significance of Economic Science. London.

Schumpeter, J.A. (1954), History of Economic Analysis, New York: Oxford University Press.

Smith, V.K. (1979), Scarcity and Growth Reconsidered, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Mainstream Economics

Boltvinik, J. (2001), Poverty measurement methods – an overview, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Poverty Reduction Series Working Paper No. 3, available from: www.undp.org/poverty/publications/pov_red/.

Dasgupta, P. (1995), Population, poverty, and the local environment, Scientific American, 272(2), pp. 40ff.

Debreu, G. (1959), Theory of Value. An Axiomatic Analysis of Economic Equilibrium, New York: Wiley.

Eatwell, J., M. Milgate and R. Newman (eds.) (1987), The New Palgrave. A Dictionary of Economics, 4 vols, London: Maxmillan.

Fisher, A.C. (2000), Introduction to special issue on irreversibility, Resource and Energy Economics, 22, 189-196.

[ILO] International Labour Office (1976), Employment, Growth and Basic Needs: A One-World Problem. Report of the Director-General of the International Labour Office, Geneva.

Malthus, T.R. ([1798]1976), An Essay on the Principle of Population, ed. by P. Appleman New York and London: W.W. Norton and Company.

Mankiw, N.G. (2000), Principles of Economics, second ed., Harcourt Brace.

MasColell, A., M.D. Whinston and J.R. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory, New York: Oxford University Press.

Polasky, S. and A. Solow (1995), On the value of a collection of species, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 29, 298-181.

Polasky, S., A. Solow and J. Broadus (1993), Searching for uncertain benefits and the con­­servation of biological diversity, Environmental and Resource Economics, 3, 171-181.

Ricardo, D. (1817[1951]), On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, ed. by P. Sraffa, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Robbins, L. (1932), An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science, London: Macmillan.

Roscher, W. (1874), Geschichte der National-Ökonomik in Deutschland, München.

Schläpfer, F., M. Tucker and I. Seidl (2002), Returns from hay cultivation in fertilized low diversity and non-fertilized high diversity grassland, Environmental and Resource Economics, 21, 89-100.

Walras, L. (1926[1954], Elements of Pure Economics, or the theory of social wealth, transl. by W. jaffe, London, George Allen & Unwin.

 

Ecological Economics

Baumgärtner, S. (2000), Ambivalent Joint Production and the Natural Environment. An Economic and Thermodynamic Analysis, Heidelberg and New York: Physica.

Bejan, A. (1997), Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, second ed., New York: Wiley.

Boulding, K.E. (1966), The economics of the coming spaceship Earth, in H. Jarrett (ed.), Environmental Quality in a Growing World, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 3-14.

Costanza, R. (1989), What is Ecological Economics? Ecological Economics, 1, 1-7.

Costanza, R., R. d’Arge, R. de Groot, S. Farber, W. Grasso, B. Hannon, K. Limburg, S. Naeem, R.V. O’Neill, J. Paruelo, R.G. Raskin, P. Sutton and M. van den Belt (1997), The value of the world’s ecosystem services and natural capital, Nature, 387, 253-260.

Daily, G.C. (ed.) (1997), Nature’s Services. Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, Washington DC: Island Press.

Daly, H.E. (1977): Steady-state Economics, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Company.

Daly, H.E. (ed.) (1980), Economics, Ecology, Ethics. Essays Toward a Steady-State Economy, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman.

Daly, H.E. (1990), Toward some operational principles of sustainable development, Ecological Economics, 2, 1-6.

Ehrlich, P.R. and A.H. Ehrlich (1981), Extinction: The Causes and Consequences of the Disappearance of Species, New York: Random House.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J. Proops (1996), Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

Fisher, A.C. (2000), Introduction to special issue on irreversibility, Resource and Energy Economics, 22, 189-196.

Kondepudi, D. and I. Prigogine (1998), Modern Thermodynamics: From Heat Engines to Dissipative Structures, New York: Wiley.

Meadows, D.H., D.L. Meadows, J. Randers and W.W. Behrens (1972), The Limits to Growth, New York: Universe.

Mooney, H.A. and P.R. Ehrlich (1997), Ecosystem services: a fragmentary history, in: G.C. Daily (ed.), Nature’s Services. Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, Washington DC: Island Press, pp. 11-19.

Neumayer, E. (2003), Weak Versus Strong Sustainability. Exploring the Limits of Two Opposing Paradigms, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Norgaard, R.B. (1985), Environmental economics: an evolutionary critique and a plea for pluralism, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 12, 382-394.

Norgaard, R.B. (1989), The case for methodological pluralism, Ecological Economics, 1, 37-47.

Norgaard, R.B. (1990), Economic indicators of resource scarcity: A critical essay, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 19(1), 19-25.

Norgaard, R.B. (2004), Learning and knowing collectively, Ecological Economics, 49, 231-241.

Norton, B.G. (1991), Toward Unity Among Environmentalists, New York: Oxford University Press.

Norton, B.G. and M. Ruse (eds.) (2002), Searching for Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Essays in the Philosophy of Conservation Biology, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Pearce, D.W. and E.B. Barbier (2000), Blueprint for a Sustainable Economy, London: Earthscan.

Sayak, N.C. and B. Nayak (1994), Niche diversification in environmental/ecological economics, Ecological Economics, 11, 9-19.

Schefold, B. (2001), Ökonomische Bewertung der Natur aus dogmengeschichtlicher Perspektive – eine Skizze, in F. Beckenbach et al. (eds.), Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik, Bd. 2: Ökonomische Naturbewertung, Marburg: Metropolis, pp. 17-61.

Schiller, J. (2002), Umweltprobleme und Zeit. Bestände als konzeptionelle Grundlage ökologischer Ökonomik, Marburg: Metropolis.

Söderbaum, P. (1999), Values, ideology and politics in ecological economics, Ecological Economics, 28, 161-170.

Underwood, D.A. and P.G. King (1989), On the ideological foundations of environmental policy, Ecological Economics, 1, 325-334.

 

Ecology

Begon, M., C.R. Townsend and J.L. Harper (1998), Ecology: Individuals, Populations and Communities, third ed., Oxford: Blackwell.

Ricklefs, R.E. and G.L. Miller (1999), Ecology, fourth ed., San Francisco: W.H. Freeman.

 

Biodiversity

Barbier, E.B., J.C. Burgess and C. Folke (1994), Paradise Lost? The Ecological Economics of Biodiversity, London: Earthscan.

Baumgärtner, S. (2005a), Measuring the diversity of what? And for what purpose? A conceptual comparison of ecological and economic biodiversity indices, Mimeo, University of Heidelberg.

Baumgärtner, S. (2005b), Natural Science Constraints in Environmental and Resource Economics. Problem and Method, Habilitation Thesis, Faculty of Economics and Social Studies, University of Heidelberg.

Brown J.H. et al. (2001), Complex species interactions and the dynamics of ecological systems: long-term experiments, Science, 293 (27 July 2001), 643-650.

[CBD] Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1992.

Daily, G.C. (ed.) (1997), Nature’s Services. Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, Washington DC: Island Press.

Holling, C.S., D.W. Schindler, B.W. Walker and J. Roughgarden (1995), Biodiversity in the functioning of ecosystems: an ecological synthesis, in C. Perrings, K.-G. Mäler, C. Folke, C.S. Hooling and B.-O. Jansson (eds.), Biodiversity Loss. Economic and Ecological Issues, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 44-83.

Kinzig, A.P., SW. Pacala and D. Tilman (eds.) (2001), The Functional Consequences of Biodiversity. Empirical Progress and Theoretical Extensions, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Loreau, M, S. Naeem, J. Bengtsson, J.P. Grime, A. Hector, D.U. Hooper, M.A. Huston, D. Raffaelli, B. Schmid, D. Tilman and D.A. Wardle (2001), Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: current knowledge and future challenges, Science, 294 (26 October 2001), 804-808.

Loreau, M., S. Naeem and P. Ichausti (eds.) (2002), Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. Synthesis and Perspectives, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Perrings, C., K.-G. Mäler, C. Folke, C.S. Holling and B.-O. Jansson (1995), Framing the problem of biodiversity loss, in C. Perrings, K.-G. Mäler, C. Folge, C.S. Holling and B.-O. Jansson (eds.), Biodiversity Loss. Economic and Ecological Issues, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-17.

Schulze, E.-D. and H.A. Mooney (eds.) (1994), Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning, Berlin: Springer

Tilman, D. (1997), Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, in G.C. Daily (ed.), Nature’s Services. Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, Washington DC: Island Press, pp. 93-112.

Kenzie, A.P., S.W. Pascale and D. Tillman (eds.) (2001), the Functional Consequences of Biodiversity. Empirical Progress and Theoretical Extensions, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Larch, A. (1998), Property rights and biodiversity, European Journal of Law and Economics, 6, 285-304.

Loreau, M., S. Naeem, J. Bengtsson, J.P. Grime, A. Hector, D.U. Hooper, M.A. Huston, D. Raffaelli, B. Schmid, D. Tilman and D.A. Wardle (2001), Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: current knowledge and future challenges, Science, 294, 804-808.

Loreau, M., S. Naeem and P. Inchausti (eds.) (2002), Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. Synthesis and Perspectives, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Metrick, A. and M.L. Weitzman (1996), Patterns of behavior in endangered species preservation, Land Economics, 72(1), 1-16.

Metrick, A. and M.L. Weitzman (1998), Conflicts and choices in biodiversity preservation, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12(3), 21-34.

Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (2005), Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Synthesis Report, Washington DC: Island Press.

Munasinghe, M. (1992), Biodiversity protection policy: Environmental valuation and distribution issues, Ambio, 21, 227-236.

Myers, N. (1995), Tropical deforestation: population, poverty and biodiversity, in T.M. Swanson (ed.), The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline. The Forces Driving Global Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 111-122.

Nehring, K. and C. Puppe (2002), A theory of diversity, Econometrica, 70, 1155-1198.

Nehring, K. and C. Puppe (2004), Modelling phylogenetic diversity, Resource and Energy Economics, 26, 205-235.

Pearce, D.W. and D. Moran (1994), The Economic Value of Biodiversity, London: Earthscan.

Perrings, C. (1995), Biodiversity conservation as insurance, in T.M. Swanson (ed.), The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline. The Forces Driving Global Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 69-77.

Perrings, C., K.-G. Mäler, C. Folke, C.S. Holling and B.-O. Jansson (1995), Framing the problem of biodiversity loss, in C. Perrings, K.-G. Mäler, C. Folke, C.S. Holling and B.-O. Jansson (eds), Biodiversity Loss. Economic and Ecological Issues, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-17.

Proops, J. (1989), Ecological economics: rationale and problem areas, Ecological Economics, 1, 59-76.

Randall, A. (1988), What mainstream economists have to say about the value of biodiversity, in E.O. Wilson (ed.), BioDiversity, Washington DC: National Academy Press, pp. 217-223.

Rausser, G.C. and A.A. Small (2000), Valuing research leads: bioprospecting and the conservation of genetic resources, Journal of Political Economy, 108, 173-206.

Schulze, E.-D. and H.A. Mooney (eds.) (1993), Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning, Berlin: Springer.

Sedjo, R.A. and R.D. Simpson (1995), Property rights, externalities and biodiversity, in T.M. Swanson (ed.), The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline. The Forces Driving Global Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 79-88.

Simpson, R.D., R.A. Sedjo and J.W. Reid (1996), Valuing biodiversity for use in pharmaceutical research, Journal of Political Economy, 104, 163-185.

Solow, A., S. Polasky and J. Broadus (1993), On the measurement of biological diversity, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 24, 60-68.

Soulé, M.E. (ed.) (1986), Conservation Biology: The Science of Scarcity and Diversity, Sunderland, MA: Sinauer.

Swanson, T.M. (1994), The International Regulation of Extinction, London: Macmillan.

Swanson, T.M. (ed.) (1995), The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline. The Forces Driving Global Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Swanson, T.M. and T. Goeschl (2000a), Genetic use restriction technologies and the diffusion of yield gains to developing countries, Journal of International Development, 12(8), 1159-1178.

Swanson, T.M. and T. Goeschl (2000b), Property rights issues involving plant genetic resources: implications of ownership for economic efficiency, Ecological Economics, 32, 75-92.

Swanson, T.M. and T. Goeschl (2003), Pests, plagues, and patents, Journal of the European Economic Association, 1(2-3), 561-575.

Walras, L. (1926[1954]), Elements of Pure Economics, or the Theoy of Social Wealth, transl. by W. Jaffé, London: George Allen & Unwin.

Watson, R.T., V.H. Heywood, I. Baste, B. Dias, R. Gámez, T. Janetos, W. Reid and G. Ruark (eds) (1995), Global Biodiversity Assessment. Summary for Policy-Makers (published for the United Nations Environment Programme), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Weitzman, M.L. (1992), On diversity, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107, 363-405.

Weitzman, M.L. (1993), What to preserve? An application of diversity theory to crane con­ser­vation, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 108, 157-183.

Weitzman, M.L. (1998), The Noah’s ark problem, Econometrica, 66, 1279-1298.

Weitzman, M.L. (2000), Economic profitability versus ecological entropy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 115, 237-263.

Wilson, E.O. (ed.) (1988), BioDiversity, Washington DC: National Academy Press.

Wu, J. and W.G. Boggess (1999), The optimal allocation of conservation funds, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 38, 302-321.

 

 

Philosophy and Literature

Altner, H. Leitschuh-Fecht, G. Michelsen, U.E. Simonis and E.U. v. Weizsäcker, München: Beck, pp. 87-98.

Aristotle (1925), The Nicomachean Ethics (transl. by D. Ross), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Baumgärtner, S. and C. Becker (eds.) (2005), Wissenschaftsphilosophie interdisziplinärer Umweltforschung, Marburg: Metropolis.

Becker, C. (2003), Ökonomie und Natur in der Romantik. Das Denken von Novalis, Wordsworth und Thoreau als Grundlegung der Ökologischen Ökonomik, Marburg: Metropolis.

Becker, C. (2005a), Wie Ökonomen über Natur denken, in: Jahrbuch Ökologie 2006, ed. by G.

Becker, C. (2005b), The human actor in ecological economics. Philosophical approach and research perspectives, submitted to Ecological Economics.

Becker, C. and R. Manstetten (2004), Nature as a You: Novalis’ philosophical thought and the modern ecological crisis, Environmental Values, 13, 101-118.

Becker, C.; M. Faber; K. Hertel and R. Manstetten (2005), Malthus vs. Wordsworth: Perspectives on humankind, nature and economy. A contribution to the history and the foundations of ecological economics. Ecological Economics 53, 299-310.

Biervert, B. and M. Held (eds) (1994), Das Naturverständnis der Ökonomik. Beiträge zur Ethikdebatte in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Frankfurt: Campus.

Binswanger, H.C. (1991), Wachstum durch Imagination: J.G. Schlossers Theorie der imaginären Bedürfnisse, in Geld und Natur. Das wirtschaftliche Wachstum im Spannungsfeld zwischen Ökonomie und Ökologie, Stuttgart and Vienna, pp. 195-238.

Faber, M. and R. Manstetten (1998), Philosophische Grundlagen von Ökonomie und Ökologie, Lecture Notes, Department of Economics, University of Heidelberg.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and G. Müller (1994), Interdisziplinäre Umweltforschung aus ökonomischer Sicht, Naturwissenschaften, 81, 193-199.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and T. Petersen, (1997) Homo Oeconomicus and homo politicus. Political economy, constitutional interest, Kyklos 5, Heft 4: 457-483-

Kant, I. ([1785]1996), Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals (Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der Sitten), in M.J. Gregor (transl. and ed.), Practical Philosophy (The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 37-108.

MacIntyre, A. (1999), Dependent Rational Animals. Why Human Beings Need the Virtues, London: Duckworth.

Manstetten, R., O. Hottinger and M. Faber (1998), Zur Aktualität von Adam Smith: Homo oeconomicus und ganzheitliches Menschenbild, Homo oeconomi­cus, XV(2), 127-168.

Riedel, M. (1962), Aristoteles Tradition am Ausgang des 18. Jahrhunderts. Zur ersten deutschen Übersetung der “Politik” durch Johann Georg Schlosser, in Alteuropa und die moderne Gesellschaft. Festschrift für Otto Brunner, Göttingen, pp. 278-315.

Sandler, R. and P. Cafaro (eds.) (2005), Environmental Virtue Ethics, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

Schlosser, J.G. (1784), Xenocrates oder Ueber die Abgaben. An Göthe, Basel.

Spaemann, R. (1989), Glück und Wohlwollen: Versuch über die Ethik, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.

Thoreau, H.D. ([1854]1998), Walden, or Life in the Woods, first published 1854, reprinted in N. Baym et al. (eds.), The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Vol. 1, fifth ed., New York: W.W. Norton, pp. 1768-1942.

Turner, R.K. (1999), Environmental and ecological economics perspectives, in J.C.J.M. van den Bergh (ed.), Handbook of Environmental and Resource Economics, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, pp. 1001-1033.

Underwood, D.A. and P.G. King (1989), On the ideological foundations of environmental policy, Ecological Economics, 1, 315-334.

Literature

4.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

4.2       References

 

Sustainability

Barney, G. O. (ed.) 1980): The Global 2000 Report to the President: Entering the Twenty-first Century. Vol. 1, Council of Environmental Quality, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Becker, C., Ewringmann, D., Faber, M., Petersen, T., Zahrnt, A. (2015) Endangering the Natural Basis of Life is Unjust: On the Status and Future of the Sustainability Discourse, Ethics, Policy and Environment, 18:1, 60-67. This is a central paper for this element

Faber, M. (2008) How to be an ecological economist. Ecological Economics, 66(1), 1–7.

Faber, M., Jöst, F. and Manstetten, R.  (1995) Limits and perspectives of sustainable development. Economie Appliquée 48: 231-249. This paper studies in detail the difficulties of achieving sustainability. It is central for Chapter 4 of this element.

Faber, M. and  Manstetten, R. (2007) Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie. Verlag Karl Alber Freiburg/München: chapter 14.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. and Proops, J.L.R. (1992) Toward an open future: ignorance, novelty and evolution. In: R. Costanza, B. Norton and B. Haskell (eds.) Ecosystem Health: New Goals for Environmental  Management, Island Press, Washington.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. and Proops, J.L.R. (1998) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton. Chapter 5 of this book is central for the representation of the concept of sustainability.

Hauff, V. (ed.) (1987): Unsere gemeinsame Zukunft: Der Brundtland-Bericht der Weltkommission für Umwelt und Entwicklung. Greven.  This is the pioneering report on sustainability.

Kates, R. W., Parris, T. M., and Leiserowitz, A. A. (2005). What is sustainable development? Goals, indicators, values, and practice. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 47, 8–21.

Kirchgässner, G. (1997) Nachhaltigkeit in der Umweltnutzung. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik 1: 1-34. This contribution, written by a Mainstream Economist, comes to the conclusion that Mainstream Economics is so little successful with its policy recommendations for sustainability.

Klauer, B. (1999a): Defining and achieving sustainable development. The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 6 (2), S.114-121.

Klauer, B. (1999b): Was ist Nachhaltigkeit und wie kann man eine nachhaltige Entwicklung erreichen? Zeitschrift für angewandte Umweltforschung, 12 (1), S.86-97.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R., Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with contributions from Fischer B.; Jöst, F.; Lee, M.-Y.; Ott, K (2016) Sustainability and the Art of Long-Term Thinking. Routledge, London. (German Edition 2013: Die Kunst langfristig zu denken. Nomos Verlag  Baden Baden). This book is a very encompassing and pioneering analysis of achieving sustainability. At the same time it is a basic contribution how to deal with time in environmental politics.

Lind, R. (1982) A primer on the major issues relating to the discount rate for evaluation national energy options. In: R. Lind (ed.), discounting for time and Risk in Energy Policy. Resources of the Future, Washington. This paper is an excellent summary on the rate of discount and the difficulty of estimating its value.

Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., and Behrens, W. (1972). The limits to growth. New York, NY: Unihttp://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/nec/StrategyforAmericanInnovation.verse Books.

NEC [National Economic Council]. (2009). A Strategy for American Innovation. Driving Towards Sustainable Growth  and  Quality  Jobs.  Retrieved  from: http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/nec/StrategyforAmericanInnovation

Petersen, T. and Faber, M. (2001) Der Wille zur Nachhaltigkeit. Ist, wo ein Wille ist, auch ein Weg? In D. Birnbacher and Gerd Brudermüller (eds.), Zukunftsverantwortung und Generationensolidarität, Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg: 47-71. This paper discusses exetnsivel from an natural scientific, economic, political and philosophical perspective the concept of a will for sustainability.

Proops, J.L.R., Faber, M., Manstetten, R. and Jöst, F. (1996) Achieving a sustainable world, Ecological Economics 17: 133-135. This is a central paper for this element.

Proops, J.L.R. Faber, M., and Wagenhals, G. in Cooperation with Speck, S., Müller, G., Jöst, F. and Gay, P. (1993) Reducing CO2 Emissions. A Comparative Input-Output-Study for Germany and the UK. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, etc.

Ott, K. (2014). Institutionalizing strong sustainability: A Rawlsian perspective. Sustainability, 6, 894–912.

Partridge, E. (2001). Future generations. In D. Jamieson (Ed.), A companion to environmental philosophy (pp. 377–389). Oxford: Blackwell.

Redclift, M. (1993) Sustainable development: needs, values, rights. Environmental Values. 1: 3-20.

Solow R. (1992) an almost practical step towards sustainability. In: an Invited lecture on the Occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of Resources for the Future, 8. October 1992. This is a pioneering paper on achieving sustainability by one of the leading Mainstream Economists.

Toman, M.A. (1992) The difficulty in defining ssutaianability. Resources for the Future, Winter, No. 106.

UN [United Nations]. (2002). Johannesburg declaration on sustainable development. In UN, report of the world summit on sustainable development (pp. 1–5). New York, NY: United Nations.

WCED – World Commission on Environment and Development (1987): Our Common Future. Oxford.

Justice

Aristotle (1894) Ethica Nichomachia (ed. L. Bywater). Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Aristotle (1985). The politics Transl. C. Lord. Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press.

Aristole (1925) The Nichomachian Ethics. (translated. By D. Ross)., Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Aristotle (1995) Nichomachische Ethik. Translated by Eugen Rolfes, edited by Günther Bien, Meiner, Hamburg.

Aristotle. (2000). Nicomachean Ethics Transl. R. Crisp. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Augustine, A. (1961) Confessions. (Translated by R. S. Pine-Coffin). Penguin, Middlesex.

Augustine, A.  (undated) The Confessions of St. Augustine. (trans. by  E. P. Pusey)- Dent, London.

Barry,   B.   (1997).   Sustainability   and   intergenerational   justice.   Theoria,   44,   43 – 64.   10.

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M., and Schiller, J. (2006a). Joint Production and Responsibility In Ecological Economics: On the Foundations of Environmental Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Faber, M., and Petersen, T. (2008). Gerechtigkeit und Marktwirtschaft  –  das Problem der Arbeitslosigkeit.Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 9, 405–423.This paper develops in detail the concept of order justice.

Kant , i. (1983) Kritik der Urteilskraft, in: ders., Werke in sechs Bänden. Band V, 233-620, hersg. V. W. Weischedel, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt.

Kant, I. (2006) Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals. The German Library:  Volume 13. Ed. by Ernst Behler. The Continuum Publishing Company, New York.

Mill, J. S. ([1871] (1998)). Utilitarianism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Petersen, T. and Faber, M. (2005) Verantwortung und das Problem der Kuppelproduktion. Reflexionen über die Grundlagen der Umweltpolitik. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 1/05: 35-59.

Platon (360 BC/1971), Politeia  translated by F. Schleiermacher, in: Studienausgabe, Volume 4 edited by G. Eigler, Darmstadt. (Plato, The Republic, English translation by Benjamin Jowett).

Stumpf, K.  H.,  Baumgärtner,  S.,  Becker,  C.,  and  Sievers-Glotzbach,  S.  (2014). The justice  dimension  of sustainability: A systematic and general conceptual framework. In Manuscript. Leuphana University of Lueneburg: Sustainability Economics Group.

Natural Basis of Life

Becker, C., and Brown, D. (2013). Introduction to the special section: Integrating development ethics and climate change ethics. Ethics, Policy and Environment, 16, 37–42.

Förstner, U.  (1990) Umweltschutztechnik. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.

GFME [German Federal Ministry of the Environment]. (2012). Goals of Germany’s National Sustainability Strategy. Retrieved from http://www.bmu.de/english/strategy_legislation/sustainability/doc/46448.php.

IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change]. (2007). Climate change 2007. Synthesis report. Geneva:IPCC.

MEA [Millennium Ecosystem Assessment]. (2005). Ecosystems and human well-being: Synthesis. Washington,DC: Island Press.

Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., and Behrens, W. (1972). The limits to growth. New York, NY: Universe Books.

UNEP [United Nations Environment Programme]. (2007). Global environment outlook GEO-4: Environment for development. Malta: Progress Press.

UN [United Nations]. (1992). Rio declaration on environment and development. New York, NY: United Nations.

UN [United Nations]. (2011). World population prospects: The 2010 revision. New York, NY: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division.

WCED [World Commission on Environment and Development]. (1987). Our common future. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The Economic Dimension: Welfare and Efficiency

Baumgärtner, S., Becker, C., Faber, M., and Manstetten, R. (2006b). Relative and absolute scarcity of nature. Assessing the roles of ecology and economics for biodiversity conservation. Ecological Economics, 59,487–498.

Lind, R. (1982) A primer on the major issues relating to the discount rate for evaluation national energy options. In: R. Lind (ed.), discounting for time and Risk in Energy Policy. Resources of the Future, Washington. This is a good introduction into the rate of discount and the practice of discounting.

Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., and Behrens, W. (1972). The limits to growth. New York, NY: Universe Books. This is a classical text.

Meadows, D. H., Randers, J., and Meadows, D. L. (2004). Limits to growth. The 30-year update. White River Junction: Chelsea Green. This is a pioneering book.

 

The Meaning of Growth

Becker, C. (2012). Sustainability ethics and sustainability research. Dordrecht: Springer. This monography gives a good and comprehensive overview in a condensed form.

IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change]. (2007). Climate change 2007. Synthesis report. Geneva:IPCC.

Kümmel, R. (1980) Growth, Dynamics of the Energy Dependent Economy, Mathematical Systems in Economics, Vol. 54. Athenäum, Hain, Scriptor, HAnstein, Königstein/Ts.

MEA [Millennium Ecosystem Assessment]. (2005). Ecosystems and human well-being: Synthesis. Washington,DC: Island Press.

Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., and Behrens, W. (1972). The limits to growth. New York, NY: Universe Books. This is a classical text (mentioned already in section 6.4).

Seidl, I. and Zahrnt, A. (Eds.). (2010). Postwachstumsgesellschaft, Konzepte für die Zukunft. Marburg: Metropolis.

UNEP [United Nations Environment Programme]. (2007). Global environment outlook GEO-4: Environment for development. Malta: Progress Press.

 

Neo-Austrian Capital Theory

Faber, M. and ProopsFaber, M. , Proops, J.L.R., Speck, S. with Jöst, F. (1999) Capital and time in Ecological Economics. Neo-Austrian Modelling. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northhampton, USA.

Stephan, G. (1995) Introduction into Capital theory. A Neo-Austrian Perspective. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York etc.

Winkler, R. (2003) Zeitverzögerte Dynamik von Kapital- und Schadstoffbeständen. Eine Österreichische Perspektive. Metropolis, Marburg. This monography is very technical. It does, however, analyses in an original way the temporal aspects of achieving sustainability.

Repositioning the Sustainability Discourse

EC [European Commission]. (2010). Europe 2020. A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Brussels:  European  Commission.  Retrieved  from  http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri ¼ COM:2010:2020:FIN:EN:PDF

Zahrnt, A and Zahrnt, D. (2016) Digitale Landkarte Suffizienzpolitik, retrived from: http://www.postwachstum.de/suffizienzpolitik. This ist he internet address  oft he digital landscape for sufficiency

 

Literature

4.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

 

4.2       References

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M., Schiller J. (2006) Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics: On the Foundations of Environmental Policy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Brookfield, USA.

Becker, C., Manstetten, R. (2004) ‘Nature as a You: Novalis’ Philosophical Thought and the Modern Ecological Crisis’, Environmental Values 13: 101-118.

Bernholz, P. (1997) Homo Oeconomicus and Homo Politicus: a Comment, Kyklos 51: 409-415.

Debreu, G. (1959) Theory of Value, Wiley, New York.

Faber, M.,  Frank, K., Klauer, B., Manstetten, R.,  Schiller, J., Wissel, C. (2006) ‚On the Foundation of General Theory of Stocks‘, Ecological Economics 55: 155-172

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2007) Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen zur Ökologischen   Ökonomie. Alber, Freiburg.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Routledge, London and New York. (Chapter 12 is the basis for this element.)

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Proops, J. (1996) Ecological Economics: Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Faber, M., Petersen, T. (2008) ‚Gerechtigkeit und Marktwirtschaft – Das Problem der Arbeitslosigkeit‘, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 9:405-423.

Faber, M., Petersen, T., Schiller, J. (2002) ‘Homo Oeconomicus and Homo Politicus in Ecological Economics’, Ecological Economics 40: 323-333

Hannon, B. (1985) ‘World Shotgun (Communication)’, Journal of Social Biological Structure 8: 239-341.

Hottinger, O. (1998) Eigeninteresse und individuelles Nutzenkalkül in der Theorie der Gesellschaft und Ökonomie von Adam Smith, Jeremy Bentham und John Stuart Mill, Metropolis, Marburg.

Jöst, F., Manstetten, R. (1996) ‚Grenzen und Möglichkeiten einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung‘, in: Eichhorn, P. (ed.), Umweltorientierte Marktwirtschaft. Zusammenhänge – Probleme – Konzepte, Gabler, Wiesbaden.

Manstetten, R.,  Faber, M. (1999) ‚Umweltökonomie, Nachhaltigkeitsökonomie und Ökologische Ökonomie: Drei Perspektiven auf Mensch und Natur‘, in: Beckenbach, F. et al (eds.), Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik, Vol. 1, Zwei Sichtweisen auf das Umweltproblem: Neoklassische Umweltökonomik versus Ökologische Ökonomik, Metropolis, Marburg: 53-97.

Manstetten, R.  (2000) Das Menschenbild der Ökonomie: Der homo oeconomicus und die Anthropologie von Adam Smith, Alber, Freiburg, München.

Manstetten, R. (2001) ‚Das Ursprünglich-Einige und seine gebrechlichen Gestalten: Ein Essay über Natur, Kunst und Garten bei Novalis und Hölderlin‘, in: Röllicke, H.-J., Kuhl, M. (eds.), HORIN. Vergleichende Studien zur japanischen Kultur, Iudicum, München: 171-195.

Mansteten, R., Hottinger, O. und Faber, M. (1998) Zur Aktualität von Adam Smith: Homo oeconomicus und ganzheitliches Menschenbild. Homo Oeconomicus XV (2): 127-168. This paper is reprinted in Faber and Manstetten 2007: Chapter 4.

Mueller, D. (1995) Public Choice II. A Revised Edition of Public Choice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Schiller, J. (2002) Umweltprobleme und Zeit: Bestände als konzeptionelle Grundlage einer ökologischen Ökonomik. Metropolis, Marburg.

Schweitzer, A. (2000) ‚Die Weltanschauung der Ehrfurcht vor dem Leben‘, C. Günzler u. J. Zürcher (eds.), Verlag C.H. Beck, München.

 

The Three Interests in Literature

Becker, C. and Manstetten, R. (2004) Nature as a You: Novalis’ philosophical thought and the modern ecological crisis. Environmental values 13: 101-118. This paper discusses the interest of entirety.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Routledge, London and New York. Chapters 7 and 8 deals with the interests in Goethe’s Faust in Novalis work.

Goethe J.W. (1976) Faust Part I and II with Backgrounds and Sources, the Author of the Drama, Contemporary Reactions, Modern Criticism. Norton Critical Edition, translated by Walter Andt, Cyrus Hamlin (ed.), W.W. Norton and Company, New York, London.

Hölderlin, F.  (1996) Selected Poems, translated by David Constantine, Bloodaxe Books Ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Novalis (1949) The Novices of Sais: Sixty Drawings by Paul Klee, Preface by Stephen Spender, translation from the German original by Ralph Mannheim, Curt Valentine, New York.

 

The Three Interests in Philosophy

Jonas, H. (1979/1984) Das Prinzip Verantwortung. Versuch einer Ethik für die technologische Zivilisation, Insel, Frankfurt/M.  Translated by H. Jonas and Hans Jonas and David Herr from the German into English: The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of Ethics for the Technological Age. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. This is the most well-known book of the philosopher Hans Jonas.

Kant, I. (1785/1990) Foundations of Metaphysics of Morals, 2nd revised edn, translated with an introduction by Lewis White Beck, Macmillan, New York, Collier Macmillan, London.

MacIntyre, A.  (1999) Dependent Rational Animals: Why Human Beings Need the Virtues, Duckworth, London.

 

The Three Interests in Religion

Juan de la Cruz (1981) Poesias completas, Bruguera, Barcelona.

 

 The Three Interests in Political Economy

Nutzinger, H.G. (1996) ‚Zum Verhältnis von Ökonomie und Ethik‘, in: Nutzinger, G. (ed.), Naturschutz, Ethik, Ökonomie. Theoretische Begründung – Praktische Konsequenzen, Metropolis, Marburg: 171-196.

Sen, Amartya K. (1985) Commodities and Capabilities, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Manstetten, R.  (2000) Das Menschenbild der Ökonomie: Der homo oeconomicus und die Anthropologie von Adam Smith, Alber, Freiburg, München.

Mueller, D. (1995) Public Choice II. A Revised Edition of Public Choice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Literature

4.1.    Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

 

4.2.    References

 

 Stocks and Stores

Baumgärtner, S. (2000) Ambivalent Joint Production and the Natural Environment, Physica, Heidelberg.

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M., Schiller, J. (2006) Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics. On the Foundations of Environmental Policy. Cheltenham, UK, Brookfield, USA.

BUND/Misereor (ed.) (1996) Zukunftsfähiges Deutschland, Birkhäuser, Basel.

Begon, M.E., Harper, J.L., Townsend, C.R, (1990) Ecology: Individuals, Populations, and Communities. 2nd Ed., Blackwell Scientific Publications, Boston, Oxford.

Faber, M. (ed.) (1986): Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. Chapter 3.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Proops, J. (1998): Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Routledge: Chapter 9. Translated from the German by Dale Adams, Mensch – Natur – Wissen. Grundlagen der Umweltbildung, Vanderhoek & Ruprecht, Göttingen, 2003.

Faber, M., Frank, K., Klauer, B.,Manstetten, R., Schiller, J., Wissel, C. (2005) On the foundation of a general theory of stocks. Ecological Economics 55: 155-172. This paper develops a joint terminology to examine ecological economic interactions from the perspective of economics and of ecology. It has been foundational

Faber, M., Proops, J.L.R., Baumgärtner, S. (1998) “All Production is Joint Production – a Thermodynamic Analysis”, in: S. Facheux, J., Gowdy, und I. Nicolai (eds.), Sustainability and Firms. Technological Change and the Changing Regulatory Environment, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process, Harvard University Press, Cambridge/Mass: Chapter 9.

Hannon, B. (1973): The Structure of Ecosystems. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 41: 535-546

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (2013) die Kunst langfristig zu denken. Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit. Nomos, Baden-Baden. This book is one of the main source for this element. The English translation is quoted above.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (2016) Sustainaiblity and the Art of Long-Term Thinking. Translated by Kathleen Cross, Routledge, London. This book is one of the main sources for this element. It is also essential for the element Stocks, Stores and Funds. The German edition is quoted above.

Odum, E. (1986): Grundlagen der Ökologie. Thieme, Stuttgart, New York.

Zwilling, R., Fritsche, W. (ed.) (1993) Ökologie und Umwelt. Ein interdisziplinärer Ansatz, Heidelberger Verlagsanstalt, Heidelberg.

 

Funds

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (1998) „Produktion, Konsum und Dienste in der Natur – Eine Theorie der Fonds“, in: L. Pohlmann, H.-J. Krug and U. Niedersen (eds.), Selbstorganisation, Jahrbuch für Komplexität in den Natur-, Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften: Evolution und Selbstorganisation in der Ökonomie, Vol. 9, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin: 209-236. This paper is foundational for the triple teleology.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Proops, J.L.R. (1995) “On the Conceptual Foundations of Ecological Economics: A Teleological Approach”, Ecological Economics 12: 41-54. This paper is foundational for the triple teleology.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. Proops, J.L.R. (1996) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Wodopia, F.-J., (1986) “Flow and fund approaches in irreversible investment, in M. Faber (ed.) (1986), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: 195-207.

 

Thermodynamics and Self-Organisation

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process, Cambridge, Harvard University Press. The classic monography on the foundations of Ecological Economics, written by an author who contributed to Mainstream Economics, too.

Jantsch, E. (1980) The Self-Organising Univerye. Pergamon, Oxford.

Mirowski, P.  (1984), “Physics and the marginalist revolution”, Cambridge Journal of Economics 4: Norton, B.G. (1992) á new paradigm for environmental management. In: R. Costanza, B. G. Norton and B. Haskel (eds.).

Prigogine, I.  (1980) From Being to Becoming – Time complexity in Physical Sciences. W. H. Freeman, San Francisco. For his study in irreversible thermodynamics, he received the Nobel Prize in chemistry 1977.

Prigogine I. and I. Stengers (1984) Order out of Chaos. Herinemann. London. This book is written for laymen and laywomen.

 

Practice

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (2013) die Kunst langfristig zu denken. Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit. Nomos, Baden-Baden. This book is one of the main source for this element. The English translation is quoted above.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (forthcoming) Sustainaiblity and the Art of Long-Term Thinking. Translated by Kathleen Cross, Routledge, Abidong , Oxon, UK. This book is one of the main source for this element. It is also essential for the element Stocks, Stores and Funds. The German edition is quoted above.

Remmert, H. (1988) Naturschutz, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Schopf, W. J. (1988) Evolution der ersten Zellen. I E. Mayr (ed.), Evolution, Spektrum der Wisssenschaft, Heidelberg: 82-99.

 

Literature

4.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for Further Reading

4.2       References

Irreversible Time

Baumgärtner, S. (2005a) “Thermodynamic Models”, in J. Proops and P. Safonov (editors), Modelling in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, USA: 102-129. This a good review from physical and ecological economics perspectives.

Baumgärtner, S. (2005b) „Temporal and thermodynamic irreversibility in production theory”, Economic Theory, 26 (3): 725-28. An important paper demonstrating the difference in defining the notion of irreversibility between Mainstream Economics and Ecological Economics.

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber and L.R. Proops (1995) “Entropy: a unifying Concept for Ecological Economics”, Discussion Paper No. 226. Department of Economics, University of Heidelberg. Published as Chapter 6 in Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002).

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber and L.R. Proops (1995a) “The use of the entropy concept in ecological economics”, Discussion Paper No. 227, Department of Economics University of Heidelberg. Published as Chapter 7 in Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002).

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002), Ecological economics. Concepts and Methods. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, USA.

Faber, M., H. Niemes and G. Stephan (1995/1983), Entropie, Umweltschutz und Rohstoffverbrauch: Eine naturwissenschaftlich ökonomische Untersuchung. Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Springer, English translation: Entropy, Environment and Resources: An Essay in Physico-Economics, 2nd ed. 1995, Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Springer. Translated into Chinese in 1990.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1985), “Interdisciplinary Research between economists and physical scientists: retrospect and prospect”, Kyklos38: 599-616.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1986), “Time irreversibilities in economic the natural sciences: in M. Faber (ed.), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and time. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1989), “Time irreversibility in economic theory: a conceptual discussion”, Seoul Journal of Economics 2: 109-129.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops with the cooperation of Reiner Manstetten (1998), Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment. Third revised and enlarged edition, Heidelberg etc. Springer- Verlag.

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process, Cambridge, Harvard University Press. The classic monography on the foundations of Ecological Economics, written by an author who contributed to Mainstream Economics, too.

Mirowski, P. (1984), “Physics and the marginalist revolution”, Cambridge Journal of Economics 4: 361-379. An economist’s interpretation

Prigogine, I. (1980) From Being to Becoming – Time complexity in Physical Sciences. W. H. Freeman, San Francisco. For his study in irreversible thermodynamics, he received the Nobel Prize in chemistry 1977.

Prigogine I. and I. Stengers (1984) Order out of Chaos. Herinemann. London. This book is written for laymen and laywomen.

Zeh, D. (2001) The Physical Basis of the Direction of Time, first published in German Die Physik der Zeitrichtung, Springer, Heidelberg 1984, 5. Edition. This monography is classic study on time.

 

Isolated Systems: The First Arrow of Time

Clausius, R. (1854) Fortschritte der Physik 10.

Clausius, R. (1865) Annalen der Physik, 125: 353ff. Both are classical papers

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process, Cambridge, Harvard University Press

Iha, A. (2013) “What is the second law of thermodynamics?”, Guardian, 2013, December 1st https://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/dec/01/what-is-the-second-law-of-thermodynamics. This paper gives a good and very short introduction into thermodynamics

Kelvin, Lord William Thompson (1852) “On the universal tendency in nature to the dissipation of mechanical energy”. Philosophical Magazine 4: 304ff. A classical paper.

Kondepudi, D. and I. Prigogine (1998) Modern Thermodynamics. From Heat Engines to Dissipative Structures., New York, Wiley.

Layzer, D. (1976) “The arrow of time”, Astrophysical Journal 206: 559-564.

 

Self-Organisation in Open Systems: The Second Arrow of Time

Allen, P. and M. Singular (1981) “Urban evolution, self-organisation, and decision make making”, Environment and Planning a 13: 167-183.

Glans Dorf, P. And I Prigogine (1971) Thermodynamic Theory of Structure, Stability and Fluctuations, Wiley, New York

Nicolis, G. and I. Prigogine (1977) Self-organisation in Non-Equilibrium Systems.

Prigogine, I. (1962) Introduction to Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics. Wiley, New York.

Prigogine, I. (1967) Introduction to Thermodynamics of Irrversible Processes. Interscience, New York

Schrödinger, E. (1944) What is Life? Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Schrödinger received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933. He related the Entropy Law to the phenomenon of life in a pioneering way. His work on physics and biology has been path breaking.

 

Irreversibility and Self-Organisation in Economics

Allen, P. (1988) “Evolution, Innovation and Economics”. In G. Dossi et al. (eds.), Technical Change and Economic Theory, New York.

Anderson, P.W., K.J. Arrow and D. Pines (eds.) (1988) The Economy as an Evolving Complex System. Addison-Wesley, New York.

Arthur, W.W. (1989) “Competing technologies, increasing returns, and lock-in by historical events.” Economic Journal 99: 116-131. This is a path breaking paper on introducing irreversibility into Economics.

Arrow, K. J. and G. Debreu (1954) “Existence of an equilibrium for a competitive economy”, Econometric, 22: 265-290.

Boland, L.A. (1978) “Time in Economics vs. Economics in time: in the `Hayek Problem`”, Canadian Journal of Economics 11: 240-262.

Debreu, G. (1959) Theory of Value. An Axiomatic Analysis of Economic Equilibrium. New York, Wiley. The classic monography of Mainstream Economics’ theory. Debreu bearer of the Nobel price medal sponsored by the Norwegian Central Bank in 1983.

Dyke, C. (1988) “Cities as dissipative structures”. In: G. H. Weber, D. J. Depew and J. D. Smith (eds.). Entropy Information and Evolution. New Perspectives on Physical and Biological Evolution. MIT Press Cambridge, Mass.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002), Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, USA.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1985), “Interdisciplinary Research between economists and physical scientists: retrospect and prospect”, Kyklos 38: 599-616.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1986), “Time irreversibilities in economic the natural sciences: in M. Faber (ed.), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and time. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops (1989), “Time irreversibility in economic theory: a conceptual discussion”, Seoul Journal of Economics 2: 109-129.

Faber, M. and J. L.R. Proops with the cooperation of Reiner Manstetten (1998), Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment, third revised and enlarged edition, Heidelberg etc. Springer-Verlag, New York etc..

Knight, F. (1921) Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit. Houghton Mifflin, Boston. This is a classic monography.

Kirzner, I. M. (ed.) (1982) Method, Process and Austrian Economics: essays in Honour of Ludwig von Mises, Lexington Books.

Leijonhufvud, A. (1984) “Hicks on time and money”, Oxford Economic Papers 36 (Supplement): 26-46.

Mirowski, P (1984) “Physics and the marginalist revolution”, Cambridge Journal of Economics 4: 361-379.

Nelson, R. R. and S.G. Winter (1982) An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. A classic text on Evolutionary Economics.

Pellengahr, I. (1986a) Austrians versus Austrians I: a subjectivist view of interest, In M. Faber (ed.) (1986), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time, Springer, Heidelberg etc.:60-77

Pellengahr, I. (1986b) Austrians versus Austrians II: a functionalist versus Essentialist theories of interest, In M. Faber (ed.) (1986), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time, Springer, Heidelberg etc.: 78-112.

Proops, J.L.R (1985) “Organisation and dissipation in economic systems”, Journal of Social and Biological Structures 6; 353-366.

Proops, J.L.R (1985) “Thermodynamics and economy: from analogy to physical functioning”, in W. van Gool and J.J.C. Brugginck (eds.), Energy and Time in the Economic and Physical Sciences, Amsterdam, North-Holland: 155-74.

Romer, P. (1994) “New goods, old theory, and the welfare costs of trade restrictions”, Journal of Development Economics 43: 5-38.

Waldrop, M.M. (1992) Complexity: the Emerging Science of the Edge of Order and Chaos, Simon and Schuster, New York.

Wodopia, F.-J.  (1986) „Flow and fund approaches to irreversible Investment decisions”, in M. Faber (ed.), Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: chapter 12: 195- 209.

Literature

4.1  Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for Further Reading ????

4.2  References

Thermodynamics

Balian, R. (1991) From Microphysics to Macrophysics I. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, New York. An excellent overview over the historical development of thermodynamics..

Boltzmann, L. (1877) Wiener Berichte 76: 373 ff.

Boulding, K.E., (1966) “The Economics of the coming Spaceship Earth”, in H. Jarrett (ed.), Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy, Baltimore an London, John Hopkins University Press: 3-14

Carnot, S. (1824) Reflection sur la puissance mortice de feu et sur lea machines propres á developer cette puissance, Bachelier, Paris.

Clausius, R. (1854) Fortschritte der Physik 10.

Clausius, R. (1865) Annalen der Physik, 125: 353ff. Both are classical papers.

Iha, A. (2013) “What is the second law of thermodynamics?”, Guardian, 2013, December 1st https://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/dec/01/what-is-the-second-law-of-thermodynamics. This paper gives a good and very short introduction into thermodynamics

Kelvin, Lord William Thompson (1852) “On the universal tendency in nature to the dissipation of mechanical energy” Philosophical Magazine 4: 304ff. A classical paper

Stumpf, H.  and A. Rieckers (1976) Thermodynamik (Thermodynamics), Vols. 1 and 2, Vieweg, Braunschweig.

 

Ecological Economics

Ayres, R. U., (1978) Resources, Environment, and Economics. .Application of Materials/Energy Balance Principle, New York, Wiley.

Baumgärtner, S. (2000): “Thermodynamic of waste generation”. In K. Bisson and J. Proops (editors), Waste in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK., and Northampton, MA, USA.

Baumgärtner, S. (2005) “Thermodynamic Models”, in J. Proops and P. Safonov (editors),

Modelling in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, USA: 102-129.

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber and L.R. Proops (1995) “Entropy: a unifying Concept for Ecological Economics”, Discussion Paper No. 226 , Department of Economics University of Heidelberg. Published as Chapter 6  in Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002).

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber and L.R. Proops (1995a) “The use of the entropy concept I ecological economics”, Discussion Paper No. 227 , Department of Economics University of Heidelberg. Published as Chapter 7 in Faber, M., R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops (2002).

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M. and Schiller, J. (2006), Joint Production and Responsibility. On the Foundation of Environmental Policy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. This book contains the research on joint production carried out in Heidelberg during the years 1990 until 2006. It is coauthored by ten researchers.

Baumgärtner, S., Dyckhoff, H., Faber, M., Proops, J.L.R. and Schiller, J., (2001). The Concept of Joint Production and Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics, 36: 365-372. This short paper is the conceptual basis for the element Joint Production.

Boulding, K.E., (1966) “The Economics of the coming Spaceship Earth”, in H. Jarrett (ed.), Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy, Baltimore an London, John Hopkins University Press: 3-14. A Pioneering Paper on Ecological Economics.

Daly, H.E. (1977) Steady State Economics: the Economics of Biophysical Equilibrium and Moral Growth, San Francisco, Freeman. A classic text on Ecological Economics.

Dyke, C. (1988) “Cities as Dissipative Structures”, in W.H. Weber, D.J. Depew and J. D. Smith (eds.).

Eddington, A.S. (1928) The Nature of the Physical World. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Faber, M., F. Jöst, R. Manstetten and G. Müller-Fürstenberger (1996), ‘Kuppelproduktion und Umweltpolitik: Eine Fallstudie zur Chlorchemie und zur Schwefelsäureindustrie’, Journal für praktische Chemie (Chemikerzeitung), 338, 497–505.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and.L.R. Proops (2002) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U., Northhampton, Ma, USA. Chapter 6 and this book deal extensively with thermodynamics.

Faber, M., H. Niemes and G. Stephan (1995/1983), Entropie, Umweltschutz und Rohstoffverbrauch: Eine naturwissenschaftlich ökonomische Untersuchung, Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Springer, English translation: Entropy, Environment and Resources: An Essay in Physico-Economics, 2nd ed. 1995, Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Springer. Translated into Chinese in 1990. This is one of the first books introducing analytically thermodynamics into Ecological Economics. – An extensive introduction of the notion of entropy for non-physicists is given in Chapters 3 and 4.

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) The Entropy Law and the Economic Process. Harvard University Press, Cambridge/Mass. This is the classic and unsurpassed monography on the foundations of Ecological Economic:s

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1979) “Energy Analysis and Economic Valuation,” Southern Economic Journal 45: 1023-1058.

Koopmans, T. (1973) “Economics Among the Sciences”. American Economic Revue 69: 1-13.

Proops, J.R (1985) “Thermodynamics and economics: from analogy to physical functioning”, in W. van Gool and J.J.C.Bruggink (eds.), Energy and time in the Economic and Physical Sciences. North-Holland, Amsterdam.

 

Information Theory

Shannon, C.E (1948) “A mathematical theory of communication”, Bell System Technical Journal 27: 379-423, 623-656. (Reprinted in C.E. Shannon and Weaver, The Mathematical Theory of Communication, University of Illinois Press, Urbana ILL, 1949). A classic paper on information theory.

Shannon, C.E, and W. Weaver (1949) The Mathematical Theory of Communication, University of Illinois Press, Urbana ILL. A standard work on information theory.

 

Further Reading

Arrow, K. J.  and G. Debreu (1954) “Existence of an equilibrium for a competitive economy”, Econometric, 22: 265-290.

Literature

4.1  Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

 

Recommendations for Further Reading

  1. Nassim Nicholas Taleb – The Black Swan,
  2. Leonard Mlodinow – The Drunkard’s Walk

4.2  References

Ignorance

Augustine, A (1961) Confessions (translated by R.S. Pine-coffin). Penguin, Middlesex.

Cusa, Nicolas of (1964) De Docta Ignorantia (Die belehrte Unwissenheit). P. Wilpert (ed.), Verlag von Felix Meiner, Hamburg. This is the first philosophical text which deals extensively with the phenomenon of ignorance

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Proops, J.L.R. (1998) Ecological Economics: Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. Chapter 11 is basic for this element.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2007) Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie, Alber, Freiburg.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Routledge Oxon and New York. Chapter 4 is basic for this element.

Faber, M. and Proops, J.L.R with the cooperation R. Manstetten (1998) Evolution, time, Production and the Environment. Third, revised and enlarged edition. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Funtowicz, S.O. and Ravetz, J.R. (1990) Uncertainty and Quality in Science for Policy. Kluwer and Dordrecht. This is the first book which deals with the problem of uncertainty within the context of Ecological Economics.

Gleick, J.W. (1988) Chaos: Making a New Science, Heinemann, London. This book gives a popular-scientific portrayal of the phenomenon chaos.

Hayek, F.A. von (1973) Die Theorie komplexer Phänomene. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Tübingen

Kant, I. (1956) Kritik der reinen Vernunft, in: W. Weisschedel (ed.) I. Kant: Werkausgabe, vol. 3. und 4., Suhrkamp, Frankfurt.

Knight, F. (1921) Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit. Houghton Mifflin, Boston. This is the classic economic text on risk and uncertainty.

Laplace, P.S. (1996) Philosophischer Versuch über die Wahrscheinlichkeit, 2. Edition Harri Deutsch, Frankfurt.

Lorenz, E.N. (1963) Deterministic Non-Period Flows, Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 20:130-141. This is the pioneering paper on chaos.

Luhmann, H.-J. (2001) Die Blindheit der Gesellschaft, Gerling Akademie Verlag, München.

Plato (1972) The Dialogues of Plato, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Shackle, G.L.S. (1955) Uncertainty in Economics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Perhaps the major text on uncertainty in economics.

Smithson, M.  1988  Ignorance and Uncertainty: Emerging Paradigms.  Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag.

 

Practice

Baumgärtner, S., H. Dyckhoff, M. Faber, J.L.R. Proops and J. Schiller (2001), ‘The concept of joint production and ecological economics’, Ecological Economics 36(3), 365–372.

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber, J. Schiller (2006), Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics. On the foundations of Environmental Policy. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham/Northampton.

Bloch, E. (1959), Das Prinzip Hoffnung, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.

Kant, I. (2000) [1790], Critique of the Power of Judgement, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jonas, H. (1979) Das Prinzip der Verantwortung. Versuch einer Ethik für die technologische Zivilisation. Surami, Frankfurt. English translation: The Imperative of Responsibility. In Search of an Ethics fort the Technological Age. Chicago University Press, Chicago. A fundamental text on the Precautionary Principle and responsibility.

Raffensperger, C. and J.A. Tickner (eds.) (1999), Protecting Public Health and the Environment: Implementing the Precautionary Principle, Washington, DC: Island Press.

Sandin, P. (2004), ‘The precautionary principle and the concept of precaution’, Environmental Values, 13, 461–475.

Turner, D. and L. Hartzell (2004), ‘The lack of clarity in the precautionary principle’, Environmental Values, 13, 449–60.

Literature

4.1 Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

 

4.2 References

Philosophy

Aristotle (1993) Physics. Books III and IV. Clarendon Aristotle Series, Clarendon Press, Oxford. This is a fundamental text on time from Greek philosophy.

Aristotle (2014) Nichomachean Ethics. Hackett Publishing, Indianapolis. This is a fundamental text on ethics from Greek philosophy.

Augustine (1988) St. Augustine’s Confessions. Vol. II. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts; William Heinemann, London. This is a fundamental text on time from the late antiquity.

Heidegger, Martin (1996) Being and Time. A Translation of Sein und Zeit. State University of New York Press, Albany. This is a fundamental text on time from the 20th century.

Kant, Immanuel (1855) Critique of pure reason. Henry G. Bohn, London. This is a fundamental text on time from the age of enlightenment.

Kant, Immanuel (1991) On the Common Saying: ‘This may be true in theory, but it does not apply in practice’. In: Political Writings. Ed. by Hans S. Reiss. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge et al., 61–92.

Kant, Immanuel (2001) Critique of the Power of Judgement. Ed. by Paul Guyer. The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge et al. This is the main text of the concept of power of judgement.

Popper, Karl R. (2005) the Logic of Scientific Discovery. Taylor & Francis e-Library, Routledge, London, New York.

Spaemann, Robert, Löw, Reinhard (1985) Die Frage Wozu? Geschichte und Wiederentdeckung des teleologischen Denkens. Piper, München. This book is an account of the historical development of teleological thinking from a philosophical perspective.

Suchanek, Andreas (2001) Ökonomische Ethik. Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen. This is an attempt to develop an economic ethics.

Wieland, Wolfgang (2001) Urteil und Gefühl. Kants Theorie der Urteilskraft. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen. This is perhaps the most advanced interpretation of Kant’s Critique of the Power of Judgement.

 

Theory oft Stocks

Faber, Malte, Frank, Karin, Klauer, Bernd, Manstetten, Reiner, Schiller, Johannes, Wissel, Christian (2005a) Grundlagen einer allgemeinen Theorie der Bestände. In: Beckenbach, Frank, Hampicke, Ulrich, Leipert, Christian, Meran, Georg, Minsch, Jürg, Nutzinger, Hans G., Pfriem, Reinhard, Weimann, Joachim, Wirl, Franz, Witt, Ulrich (eds.) Innovationen und Nachhaltigkeit. Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik 4. Metropolis, Marburg, 251–294.

Faber, Malte, Frank, Karin, Klauer, Bernd, Manstetten, Reiner, Schiller, Johannes, Wissel, Christian (2005b) On the foundation of a general theory of stocks. Ecological Economics, 55, 155–172.

Faber, Malte, Proops, John L.R. (1998) Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment. 3. ed., Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. This is a standard text on evolution, time and the environment. It has been extensively used for the element Evolution.

Georgescu-Roegen, Nicholas (1971) the Entropy Process and the Economic Process. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. See in particular chapter 9.

Klauer, Bernd, Manstetten, Reiner, Petersen, Thomas, Schiller, Johannes (2013) The art of long-term thinking: A bridge between sustainability science and politics. Ecological Economics, 93, 79–84. This is a summary of the theory of stocks, which is employed in this element.

Klauer, Bernd, Manstetten, Reiner, Petersen, Thomas, Schiller, Johannes (2017) Sustainability and the Art of Long-Term Thinking, Routledge, London and New York. This element is mainly taken from this pioneering book.

Schiller, Johannes (2002) Umweltprobleme und Zeit. Bestände als konzeptionelle Grundlage ökologischer Ökonomik. Metropolis, Marburg. This monography gives an encompassing analysis between time and environmental problems employing the concept of stock.

Winkler, Ralph (2003) Zeitverzögerte Dynamik von Kapital- und Schadstoffbeständen. Eine österreichische Perspektive. Metropolis, Marburg. This monography analyses the interaction between stocks of capital and stocks of environmental pollutants.

Wodopia, Franz-Josef (1986) Time and Production. Period versus continuous analysis. In: Faber, Malte (ed.) Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment in Time. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg et al. This paper deals with implication s of Georgescu-Goegen’ stock-flow approach, in particular with the question: “Hao can the timing and temporal structures be described completely in an economic model” ((page 186).

 

Theory of Capital

This element has dealt with basics of time, for this reason the question how time is treated in Economics and ecological Economics was not in the focus. Here we give at least some short remarks and additional annotated literature.

The classical field of temporary economic development it the theory of capital. Introductions are given by Bliss (1975), Burmeister (1980), Hartcourt (1972), Hennings, (1997), Stephan (1995) and Weizsäcker (1971).

Similar as in philosophy capital theory is characterized by many controversies, because of the different approaches. Overviews are given by Bernholz (1993) Burmeister (1974), Faber (1980; 1986: Chapters 1 and 2), Kurz (1990).

 

Bernholz, Peter (1993) “The Importance of Böhm-Bawerk’s Theory of Capital and Interest. Böhm-Bawerk is the founder of the Austrian theory of capital, which has found a renaissance (Bernholz 1994, Faber (1979), Hennings 1997), Stephan (1996) and Weizsäcker (1971) because of the dissatisfaction with neoclassical capital theory (Bliss 1974) beginning in the seventies of the previous century).

Bliss, Christopher (1975) Capital theory and Distribution of Income. Amsterdam, North Holland. A classical book on neoclassical capital theory.

Burmeister, Edwin (1974) “Synthesizing the Neo-Austrian and Alternative Approaches to Capital Theory: A Survey.” Journal of Economic Literature.

Burmeister, Edwin (1980) Capital theory and Dynamics. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, England etc. A standard textbook on neoclassical capital theory.

Faber, Malte (1979) Introduction to Austrian Capital Theory. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

Faber, Malte (1980) „Relationships between Modern Austrian Capital Theory and Sraffa’s Capital Theory, Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft 136: 617-629.

Faber, Malte (Ed.) (1986) Studies in Austrian Capital Theory, Investment and Time. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

Faber, Malte, Proops, John L.R., Speck, Stefan, with Jöst, Frank (1999) Capital and Time in Ecological Economics. Neo-Austrian Modelling. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA. This book gives an overview how Neo-Austrian capital theory can be applied in Ecological Economics.

Hartcourt, Geoffrey C.  (1972) Some Cambridge Controversies on the Theory of Capital, Cambridge, England, Cambridge University Press. Sraffa’s book (1960) has led to Neo-Ricardian theory of capital, which lead to a heated controversy with neoclassical economists. Hartcourt’s book gives a detailed account of it.

Hennings, Klaus H. (1997) The Austrian theory of Capital and Value. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Brookfield, US. This is a detailed and excellent account of Böhm-Bawerk’s theory of capital by a pupil of John hicks.

Hicks, John (1973) Capital and Time. A Neo-Austrian Approach. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1939. This is a major contribution to Neo-Austrian capital theory.

Kurz, Heinz Dieter (1990) „Debates in Capital Theory“. In: Eatwell, J, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds.) Capital Theory. Macmillan, London

Marx, Karl (1867-1894) Capital. Progress Publishers (1965-1967), Moscow.

Newman, Peter (1962) „Production and Commodities by means of Commodities”. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Volkswirtschaftslehre und Statistik, 98: 58-75. This is an excellent review of the not easily accessible seminal monography by Sraffa (1960).

Petersen, Thomas and Malte Faber (2018), Karl Marx und die Philosophie der Wirtschaft. Unbehagen am Kapitalismus und die Macht der Politik, fourth edition as extended new version, Alber, Freiburg.

Reiß, Winfried (1981) Umwegproduktion und Positivität des Zinses. Eine neo-österreichische Analyse. Duncker & und Humblot, Berlin.

Sraffa, Piero (1960) Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Sraffa is as the Neo-Austrians an outsider in economics. Sraffa employs a classical approach which has Ricardian traits, but also some in common with the Marxian approach. An example is that the demand side is missing. His book gave rise to the Neo-Ricardian school. (see Faber 1980 and Newman 1962).

Stephan, Gunter, (1995) Introduction to Capital theory. A Neo-Austrian Perspective. Springer, Heidelberg etc.,

Weizsäcker, Carl Christian von (1971) Steady State Capital Theory. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

 

Case Study on Water

Brown, Gardner M., Johnson, Ralph W. (1984) Pollution Control by Effluent Charges: It Works in the Federal Republic of Germany, Why Not in the U.S.? Natural Resources Journal, 22, 929–966.

EC – European Communities (2000) Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for the Community action in the field of water policy. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=celex:32000L0060, 16.03.2015.

EEA – European Environment Agency (2006a) Land accounts for Europe 1990–2000. Towards integrated land and ecosystem accounting. Luxembourg.

EEA – European Environment Agency (2006b) Urban Sprawl in Europe. The ignored challenge. Luxembourg.

Eisenbarth, Siegfried (1995) Altlastensanierung und Altlastenfinanzierung: Freistellung und Sanierung in den neuen Ländern unter Beteiligung des Bundes. Economica, Bonn.

Ekardt, Felix (2011) Theorie der Nachhaltigkeit. Rechtliche, ethische und politische Zugänge – am Beispiel von Klimawandel, Ressourcenknappheit und Welthandel. Nomos, Baden-Baden.

Faber, Malte, Stephan, Gunter, Michaelis, Peter (1989) Umdenken in der Abfallwirtschaft. Vermeiden, Verwerten, Beseitigen. 2. ed., Springer, Berlin, New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong.

Faber, Malte, Stephan, Gunter, Michaelis, Niemes, Horst (1983) Umweltschutz and Input-Output- Analyse. Mit zwei Fallstudien der Wassergütewirtschaft. J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Tübingen

Fischer, Beate, Jöst, Frank, Manstetten, Reiner (2010) Die Persistenz von Institutionen – Hindernisse auf dem Weg zu einer nachhaltigen Flächennutzungspolitik in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht, 33(4), 391–416.

Fischer, Beate, Klauer, Bernd, Schiller, Johannes (2013) Prospects for sustainable land-use policy in Germany: Experimenting with a sustainability heuristic. Ecological Economics, 95, 213–220.

Gawel, Erik, Köck, Wolfgang, Kern, Katharina, Möckel, Stefan, Holländer, Robert, Fälsch, Marcel, Völkner, Thomas (2011) Weiterentwicklung von Abwasserabgabe und Wasserentnahmeentgelten zu einer umfassenden Wassernutzungsabgabe. UBA-Texte 67/2011, Umweltbundesamt, Dessau.

Möckel, Stefan (2009) Bewirtschaftung von Bundeswasserstraßen entsprechend der Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. Legal opinion written for BUND, unpublished.

Petersen, Thomas, Faber, Malte (2000) Bedingungen erfolgreicher Umweltpolitik im deutschen Föderalismus. Der Ministerialbeamte als Homo politicus. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 1/00, 5–41.

Petersen, Thomas, Klauer, Bernd (2012) Staatliche Verantwortung für Umweltqualitätsstandards. Governance im Kontext der EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. GAIA, 21(1), 48–54.

Petersen, Thomas, Schiller, Johannes (2011) Politische Verantwortung für Nachhaltigkeit und Konsumentensouveränität. GAIA, 20(3), 157–161.

Petry, Daniel, Klauer, Bernd (2005) Umweltbewertung und politische Praxis in der Bundesverkehrswegeplanung – Eine Methodenkritik illustriert am Beispiel des geplanten Ausbaus der Saale. Metropolis, Marburg.

Petschow, Ulrich, Wlodarski, Wojciech (2009) Stand und Potenziale der Elbe-Binnenschifffahrt und deren wirtschaftliche Wirkungen auf die Elbe-Region. Schriftenreihe des IÖW 194/09, Inst. für ökolog. Wirtschaftsforschung, Berlin.

Pahl-Wostl, Claudia (2010) Conceptualising uncertainty in environmental decision-making: the example of the EU Water Framework Directive. Ecological Economics, 69, 502–510.

van der Brugge, Rutger, Rotmans, Jan, Loorbach, Derk (2005) The transition in Dutch water management. Regional Environmental Change, 5(4), 164–176.

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Miscellaneous 

Faber, Malte, Manstetten, Reiner, Petersen, Thomas (1997) Homo Oeconomicus and Homo Politicus. Political Economy, Constitutional Interest and Ecological Interest. Kyklos, 50(4), 457–483.

Radnitzky, Gerard, Bernholz, Peter (1987) Economic Imperialism. The Economic Method Applied Outside the Field of Economics. Paragon House Publishers, New York.

Simon, Herbert A. (1959) Theory of decision making in economics and behavioural science. American Economic Review, 49(3), 253–283.

Suchanek, Andreas (1993) Der homo oeconomicus als Heuristik. Diskussionsbeiträge der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät Ingolstadt und der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt, Nr. 38. KUE, WFI, Ingolstadt.

Tolstoy, Leo (1952) War and Peace. William Benton, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, London, Toronto.

Williamson, Oliver E. (2000) The New Institutional Economics: Taking Stock, Looking Ahead. Journal of Economic Literature, XXXVIII, 595–613.

Literature

4.1 Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Kant, I. (1793/1892) Critique of Judgement

Klauer et. Al (2013) Die Kunst langfristig zu denken

 

Recommendations for Further Reading

Torkler, René (2016) Philosophische Bildung und polititsche Urteilskraft. Hannah Arendts Kant Rezeption und ihre didaktische Bedeutung. Verlag Karl Alber, Freiburg im Breisgau.

 

4.2 References

Power of Judgement

Aristotle (1999) Nicomachean Ethics. Translated by Terence Irwin, 2nd edition; Hackett.

Faber, M. and R. Manstetten (2007), Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Poltischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie. Alber Verlag, Freiburg.

Faber, M. and R. Manstetten (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Routledge.

Ginsborg, H. (2015) the Normativity of Nature. Essays on Kant’s Critique of Judgement. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Kant, I.  (1960) Werke in sechs Bänden, ed. by W. Weischedel, Darmstadt.

Kant, I. (1787/1929) Critique of Pure Reason, translated by Norman Kemp Smith, Macmillan and Co. ltd. London.

Kant, I. (1793/1892) Critique of Judgment, translated with introduction and notes by J.H. Bernard, Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (2013) die Kunst langfristig zu denken. Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit. Nomos, Baden-Baden. This book is the main source for this element. It is also essential for the element Foundations of Life -Stocks, Stores and Funds. The English translation is quoted below.

Klauer, B., Manstetten, R. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. with Contributions by B. Fischer, F. Jöst, M. Lee, K. Ott (forthcoming) Sustainaiblity and the Art of Long-Term Thinking. Translated by Kathleen Cross, Routledge, London. This book is the main source for this element. It is also essential for the element Foundations of Life -Stocks, Stores and Funds. The German edition is quoted above.

0rtmann, G. (2006) „Kür und Willkür. Jenseits der Unentscheidbarkeit“. In A. Scherzberg, T. Betsch, H.-J. Blanke, P. Walgenbach, A. Waschkuhn, G. Wegner (eds.) Kluges Entscheiden. Disziplinäre Grundlagen und interdisziplinäre Verknüpfungen. Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen: 167-194.

Phonesis, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phronesis, accessed 05.03.2016

Volume II of the Glasgow  Edition, R.H Cambell/ A. S. Skinner/W.B. todd (edts) Indianapolis.

Wieland, W. (1999) Platon und die Formen des Wissens. 2. ed., Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen.

Wieland, W. (2001) Urteil und Gefühl. Kants theorie der Urteilskraft. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen. This book is a thorough analysis of Kants’ theory of judgement, adhering to the strictes philological precision; it demonstrates its significance for modern practical philosophy.

 

 

Homo Politicus

Arendt, H. (1981) vita Activa oder Vom tätigen Leben.Piper, München,

Bernholz, P., 1998. Homo oeconomicus and homo politicus: a comment. Kyklos, 51: 409-415.This short paper gives a critique of the concept of homo politicus developed by Faber et al. 1997.

Faber, M., 1999. Was ist Wirtschaft? Was ist die Wissenschaft von der Wirtschaft? Dialektik 1999/3: 13-41.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Petersen, T., 1997. Homo politicus and homo oeconomicus. Political economy. Constitutional interest and ecological interest. Kyklos, 50: 457-483. This paper develops the concept of homo politicus from an economic and a philosophical perspective.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., 2014, Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen zur Ökologischen Ökologie, 2. Edition Alber, Freiburg. This books deals with various elements of the Map ecological Economics.

Gintis, H., 2000. Beyond Homo economicus: evidence from experimental economics. Ecological Economics, 35: 311-322.

Jager, W., Janssen, M.A., De Vries, H.J.M., De Greef, J., Vlek, C.A.J., 2000. Behaviour in commons dilemmas: Homo economicus and Homo psychologicus in an ecological-economic model. Ecological Economics, 35: 357-379.

Kliemt, H., 1984. Nicht-explanative Funktionen eines “Homo oeconomicus” und Beschränkungen seiner explanativen Rolle. Homo Oeconomicus II: 7-49. This paper was written by a philosopher, who has also dealt with many aspects of economics.

Manstetten, R., Hottinger, O., Faber, M. 1998, Zur Aktualität von Adam Smith; Homo Oeoconomicus und ganzheitliches Menschenbild, Homo oeconomicus, XV(2):127-168.

Nyborg, K., 2000. Homo economicus and homo politicus: interpretation and aggregation of environmental values. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 42: 305-322.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., Schiller, J., 2000. Umweltpolitik in einer evolutionären Wirtschaft und die Bedeutung des Menschenbildes. In: K. Bizer, B. Linscheidt, A. Truger (Editors), Staatshandeln im Umweltschutz. Perspektiven einer institutionellen Umwelt­öko­no­mik. Duncker & Humblodt, Berlin: 135-150.

Siebenhüner, B., 2000. Homo sustinens – towards a new conception of humans for the science of sustainability. Ecological Economics, 32: 15-25.

Söderbaum, P., 1999. Values, ideology and politics in ecological economics. Ecological Economics, 28: 161-170.

 

Empirical Studies

Klauer, B, Manstetten, R.. Petersen, T., Schiller, J. The Art of Long Term Thinking. Clearing the way towards sustainability (Forthcoming): 136-139, 161-191.

Petersen, T., Faber, M. (2000) „Bedingungen erfolgreicher Umweltpolitik im deutschen Föderalismus. Der Ministerialbeamte als Homo Politicus“, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 10. Jg., Issue 1: 5-41.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., Schiller, J., 2000. „Umweltpolitik in einer evolutionären Wirtschaft und die Bedeutung des Menschenbildes2. In: K. Bizer, B. Linscheidt, A. Truger (Editors), Staatshandeln im Umweltschutz. Perspektiven einer institutionellen Umwelt­öko­no­mik. Duncker & Humblodt, Berlin: 135-150.

 

Further Reading

Carson, R. (2002) Silent Spring, Houghton Mifflin, 1962, Mariner Books.

Costanza, R., (Editor) 1991. Ecological Economics. The Science and Management of Sustainability. Columbia University Press, New York, Oxford.

Debreu, G., (1959) Theory of Value. Wiley & Sons, New York.

Faber, M. (2008) How to be an ecological Economist. Ecological Economics 66: 1-7.

Kant, I. (1960) Werke in sechs Bänden, edited by W. Weisschedel, Darmastadt.

Mas-Colell, A., M. D. Whinston und J.R. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory. Oxford University Press, New York und Oxford.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., (2000). Der Wille zur Nachhaltigkeit. Ist wo ein Wille ist auch ein Weg? In: Birnbacher, D. and Brudermüller, C. (Editors), Zukunfts­verant­wor­tung und Generationensolidarität. Schriften des Institutes für angewandte Ethik e. V., Band 3, Königshausen und Neumann, Würzburg: 47-71)-

Rahner, Karl (1976) Grundkurs des Glaubens. Herder, Freiburg/Brsg.

Sagoff, M., 1988. The Economy of the Earth. Philosophy, Law, and the Environment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.

 

 

Literature

4.1 Literature Recommendations

Key Literature  To be inserted

Recommendations for further Reading To be inserted

4.2 References

Philosophy

Arendt, H. (1958) The Human Condition, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.

Aristotle (2000), Nicomachean Ethics, ed. by R. Crisp (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  All quotes from Aristotle are based on the translation by David Ross, 1925.

Faber, M. and Manstetten, R. (2010) Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy. Translated by D. Adams. London and New York: Routledge.

Hegel, G.W. (1970)[1821],  Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts oder Naturrecht  und Staatswissenschaft  im Grundrisse, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.

Horkheimer, M. and T.W. Adorno (1968): Dialektik der Aufklärung, Amsterdam: de Munter.

Ethics

Kant, I. (1996a)[1785], Groundwork of the metaphysics of morals, in Practical Philosophy, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 41-108.

Kant , I. (1996b) [1797] On a supposed right to lie from philanthropy, in Practical Philosophy, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 41-108.

Plessner, H. (2003), Macht und menschliche Natur (Gesammelte Schriften Bd. V), Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

Spaemann, R. (1989), Nebenwirkungen als moralisches Problem, in Zur Kritik der politischen Utopie. Zehn Kapitel politischer Philosophie, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, pp. 169-182.

Tugendhat, E. (1993), Vorlesungen über Ethik, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.

Weber, M.  (1988) [1919], Politik als Beruf, in Gesammelte Politische Schriften, ed. by J. Winckelmann, Tübingen: Mohr, pp. 505-560.  

Wieland, W. (1999), Verantwortung – Prinzip der Ethik? Heidelberg: Winter.

Responsibility

Beck, U. (1992), Risk Society.  Towards a New  Modernity, London: Sage.

Foot, P. (1994), The problem of abortion and the doctrine of the double effect, in B. Steinbock and A. Norcross (eds.), Killing and Letting Die, 2nd edn., New York: Fordham University Press.

Jonas, H. (1979), Das Prinzip Verantwortung. Versuch einer Ethik für die technologische Zivilisation, Frankfurt, Suhrkamp. English translation: The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of an Ethics for the technological Age, Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1984.

Meier, C. (1983), Die Entstehung des Politischen bei den Griechen, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.

Petersen, T. and M. Faber (2000), ‘Bedingungen erfolgreicher Umweltpolitik im deutschen Föderalismus’, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 10(1), 5–41. This paper describes and analyses how conditions of successful environmental policy is founded on responsible behaviour of governmental administrators.

Petersen, T. and M. Faber (2005) „Verantwortung und das Problem der Kuppelproduktion: Reflexionen über die Grundlagen der Umweltpolitik“, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 15(1), 35–59. The translation of this paper is the basis of this element.

Spaemann, R. (1977), ‘Nebenwirkungen als moralisches Problem’, in Zur Kritik  der  politischen  Utopie. Zehn  Kapitel  politischer  Philosophie, Stuttgart:

Klett-Cotta, pp. 167–182.

 

Ecological Economics

Baumgärtner, Faber and Schiller (2006), Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics. On the Foundations of Environmental Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. Its Part III deals with joint production [see element Joint Production] and responsibility. It is the basis for this text.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and T. Petersen (1997): “Homo politicus and homo  oeconomicus. Political economy, constitutional interest and ecological interest”, Kyklos, 50, 457–483.

Proops, L.J.R. (2001), “The (non-) economics of nuclear fuel cycle: an historical and discourse analysis”. Ecological Economics, 39: 13-18.

Zahrnt, A and Zahrnt, D. (2016) Digitale Landkarte Suffizienzpolitik, retrived from: http://www.postwachstum.de/suffizienzpolitik. This is the internet address of the digital landscape for sufficiency

 Political Economy

Faber, M. Manstetten, R. (2014) Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen Ökonomie zur Ökologischen Ökonomie, 2nd edition, Freiburg: Alber.

Marx, K. (1902), Capital, a Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production, London: Swan Sonnenschein.

Petersen, T. and Faber, M. (2014) Karl Marx und die Philosophie der Wirtschaft. Bestandsaufnahme – Überprüfung – Neubewertung, Freiburg: Alber. This book attempts to give a stock staking, an examination and re-evaluation of Marx’ work.

 

Public Choice

Downs, A. (1967, Inside Bureaucracy, Boston: Waveland. This monography is one of the few pioneering books on Public Choice. It is theoretically and empirically highly recommendable.

Literature

1.1  Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

Mlodinow, Leonard (2015), The Upright Thinkers. The Human Journey from Living in trees to Understanding the Cosmos. Penguin Books

 

1.2  References

Pioneers of Evolutionary Economics

Alchian, A.A. (1950) “Uncertainty, Evolution, and Economic Theory”, Journal of Political Ecoonomy, 58: 211-22.

Boulding, K. (1981) Evolution Economics. Sage, Beverly Hills.

Cyert, R. M. and J. G. March (1963), Behavioral Theory of the Firm. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs.

Hirshleifer, J. (1977) “Economics from biological viewpoint”, Journal of Law and Economics, 20: 1-52.

Marhall, A. (1890) Principles of Economics. MacMillan, London.

Penrose, E. T. (1952)”Biological analogies in the theory of the firm”, American Economic Review, 42: 804-819.

Schelling, T. C. (1978) Micromotives and Macrobehavior. Norton, New York.

Schumpeter, Josef A., (1912), Theorie der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung, Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, (English translation) The Theory of Economic Development, Harvard University Press, Cambridge University Press. This is the classic text on Evolutionary Economics.

Veblen, T. (1902) “Why is economics not an evolutionary science?”, Quaterly Journal of Economics, 4: 73-397.

 

Marx

Petersen T. and M. Faber (2015) Karl Marx und die Philosophie der Wirtschaft. Bestandsaufnahme – Überprüfung – Neubewertung. 3. Auflage, Alber Verlag, Freiburg. This book attempts to give an overview over important parts of Marx‘ work. This is done from the perspective of contemporary economic theory in the first part of the book. The second part shows the motives Marx has taken from those philosophers, who dealt with the philosophy of economics: Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Smith und Hegel. – See for his relationship to Evolutionary Economics Petersen and Faber (2015:145).

Haustein, Heinz-Dieter (1998) »Karl Marx und evolutorische Ökonomik«,                   Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt. In C. Warnke und G. Huber (Hrsg.): 151–178. Marx’ influence on Evolutionary economics is examined from two different perspectives by Haustein (1998) and Weise (1998)

Warnke, C. and G. Huber (Hrsg.) (1998) Die ökonomische Theorie von Marx – was bleibt? Metropolis, Marburg.

Weise, Peter (1998) »Evolution und Selbstorganisation bei Karl Marx«, in C. Warnke und G. Huber (Hrsg.): 179–192.

 

Evolutionary Economics

Clark, N. and C. Juma (1987) Long-run economics: an evolutionary approach to economic growth. Panter, London.

Lehmann-Waffenschmidt, M. (Hrsg.) (2002) Perspektiven des Wandels – Evolutorische Ökonomik in der Anwendung. Metropolis Verlag.

Mathews, R.C.O. (1984) “Darwinism and Economic Change”, Oxford Economic Papers, 26 (supplement): 91-117.

Nelson, R. R. and S.G. Winter (1982) an Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. This is major text on Evolutionary Economics.

Nelson, R.R. (1995), “Recent evolutionary theorizing about economic change”. Journal of Economic Literature XXXIII, 48 – 90.

Schiller, J. (2002), Technical Change and the Environment -an approach towards modelling long-term behaviour of production systems. In M. Lehmann-Waffenschmidt (Hrsg.): 171-212.

Witt, U. (1987) Individualistische Grundlagen der Evolutorischen Ökonomik, Mohr, Tübingen.

Witt, U. (Hrsg.) (1993): Evolutionary Economics. Edward Elgar, Aldershot

 

Ecological Economics

Baumgärtner, S., M. Faber and J. Schiller (2006), Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics. On the Foundation of Environmental Policy. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K., Northhampton, Ma, USA.

Bergh, van den C.J.M. (2004), Evolutionary Models, in J.L.R. Proops and Paul Safanov (eds.) Modelling in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northhampton, Ma, USA: 9-35.

Bünsdorf, G. (2004) The Economics of Energy and the Production Process. An Evolutonary Approach. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K., Northhampton, Ma, USA.

Faber, M. and R. Manstetten (2003/2010) Mensch – Natur – Wissen. Grundlagen der Umweltbildung. Vendehoeck und Ruprecht, Göttingen. English translation: Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy, translated by D. Adams, Routledge, London and New York.

Faber, M., R. Manstetten and.L.R. Proops (2002) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U., Northhampton, Ma, USA. This book achieved wide resonance in Ecological Economics.

Faber, M., R. Mansttetten and.L.R. Proops (1992), “Towards an open future: Ignorance, Novelty and Evolution”, in Costanza R., B., Norton and B. Haskell (eds.) Ecosystem Health: New goals for Environmental Management, Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Faber, M. and.L.R. Proops (1991) “Evolution in biology, physics and economics: a conceptual analysis”, in S. Metcalfe and P. Saviotti, Evolutionary Theories of Economic and Technological Change, Harwood, London. Reprinted in: Faber, M., R. Manstetten and .L.R. Proops (1996) Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, chapter 3, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K., Northhampton, Ma, USA:

Faber, M. and L.R. Proops with the cooperation of Reiner Manstetten (1998), Evolution, Time, Production and the Environment, third revised and enlarged edition, Heidelberg etc. Springer Verlag. This book contains the research on evolution carried out at the University of Heidelberg and the University of Keele, U.K., during the years 1985 until 1998. It is the basis for this element.

Georgescu-Roegen, N. (1971) the Entropy Law and the Economic Process, Harvard University Press, Cambridg, Mass., London, U.K. This is the classic text on Ecological Economic.

Norgaard R. (1984) “Coevolutionary development potential”, Land Economics, 60: 160-173.

Norgaard, R (1985) Coevolutionary development potential, Land Economics, 60: 160-173.

Schiller, J. (2002) Umweltprobleme und Zeit. Bestände als konzeptionelle Grundlage Ökologischer Ökonomik, Metropolis Verlag, Marburg.

 

Neo-Austrian Capital Theory

Bernholz, P. (1971) Superiority of  roundabout processes and positive rate of interest. A simple model of capital and growth”, Kyklos, 243: 687-821.

Bernholz, P. and M. Faber (1973) “Technical Productivity of roundabout processes and positive rate of interest. A capital model with depreciation and n-period horizon”, Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft, 129: 46-61.

Faber, M. (1979) Introduction to Modern Austrain Capital Theory. Springer, Heidelberg.

Faber, M., Proops, J.L. R. and S. Speck with the cooperation of F. Jöst, (1999), Capital and Time in Ecological Economics. Neo-Austrian Modelling, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U., Northhampton, Ma, USA. This is a main text for Ecological Economics

Faber, M. and Proops, J.L. R. (2004) “Neo-Austrian Models”, in J.L.R. Proops and Paul Safanov (eds.) Modelling in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U., Northhampton, Ma, USA: 58-79.

Faber, M. and R. Winkler (2006), “Heterogeneity and Time: From Austrian Capital theory to Ecological Economics”. In L.S. Moss (ed.), Natural Resources, Taxation, and Regulation: Unusual Perspectives on a Classic Topic, Blackwell, copyright 2006 by the American Journal of Economics and Sociology.

Reiß, W. (1981) Umwegproduktion und Positivität des Zinses. Eine neo-österreichische Analyse. Duncker und Humbölot  Berlin.

Stephan, G. (1995) Introduction into Capital Theory. A Neo-Austrian Perspective, Springer, Heidelberg etc.

Winkler, R. (2003) Metropolis, Marburg, Zeitverzögerte Dynamik von Kapital- und Schadstoffbeständen. Eine österrreichische Perspektive

Miscellaneous

Heidegger, M. (1927/1979) Sein und Zeit. May Niemeyer Verlag, Tübingen.

Levins, R. and R. Lewontin (1985) The Dialectical Biologist. Harvard University Press. Cambridge, Mass.

Prigogine I. and I. Stengers (1984) Order out of Chaos. Herinemann. London

Thompson, J. N. (1982) Interaction and Coevolution. Wiley, New York.

Wittgenstein, L. (1922/1969) Philosophische Untersuchungen. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt.

 

Literature

1.1       Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

Recommendations for further Reading

1.2       References

Ayres, R.U. (1978), Resources, Environment, and Economics. Applications of the Materials /energy Balance Principle. New York, Wiley.

Ayres, R.U./A.V. Kneese (1969), ‘Production, consumption, and externalities’, American Economic Review, 59, 282–297.

Baumgärtner, Stefan, (2000). Ambivalent Joint Production and the Natural Environment. An Economic and Thermodynamic Analysis. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York. This is the first thorough study analysing at a highly sophisticated level the phenomenon of joint production from an economic and environmental point of view.

Baumgärtner, S. (2000), “Thermodynamic of waste generation”. In K. Bisson and J. Proops (editors), Waste in Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK., and Northampton, MA, USA.

Baumgärtner, S., Faber, M. and Schiller, J. (2006), Joint Production and Responsibility. On the Foundation of Environmental Policy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. This book contains the research on joint production carried out in Heidelberg during the years 1990 until 2006. It is coauthored by ten researchers with whom the authors have cooperated.  

Baumgärtner, S., Dyckhoff, H., Faber, M., Proops, J.L.R. and Schiller, J., (2001). The Concept of Joint Production and Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics, 36: 365-372. This short paper is the conceptual basis for this element.

Faber, M., F. Jöst, R. Manstetten and G. Müller-Fürstenberger (1996), ‘Kuppelproduktion und Umweltpolitik: Eine Fallstudie zur Chlorchemie und zur Schwefelsäureindustrie’, Journal für praktische Chemie (Chemikerzeitung), 338, 497–505.

Faber, M., F. Jöst, R. Manstetten, G. Müller-Fürstenberger and J.L.R. Proops (1996), ‘Linking ecology and economy: joint production in the chemical industry’, in M. Faber, R. Manstetten and J.L.R. Proops, Ecological Economics. Concepts and Methods, Cheltenham, UK and Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar, pp. 263–278.

Faber, M., H. Niemes and G. Stephan (1995)[1983], Entropie, Umweltschutz und Rohstoffverbrauch: Eine naturwissenschaftlich  ökonomische Untersuchung, Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Spinger, English translation: Entropy, Environment and Resources: An Essay in Physico-Economics, 2nd ed. 1995, Berlin, Heidelberg and New York: Springer. Translated into Chinese in 1990. This is the first study which attempts to give a joint thermodynamic treatment of the long-run use of natural resources and its environmental repercussions.

Faber, M., J. Proops, S. Baumgärtner (1998) “All Production is Joint Production – a Thermodynamic Analysis”, in: S. Faucheux, J. Gowdy, I. Nicolai (editors), Sustainability and Firms, Technological Change and the Regulatory Environment, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Georgescu-Roegen, Nicolas (1971): The Entropy Law and the Economic Process. Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Mass.).

Kurz, H.D. (1986), ‘Classical and early neoclasical economists on joint production’, Metroeconomica, 38, 1–37.

This book is the first and seminal study on the thermodynamic foundation of Ecological Economics. At the same time it is fundamental critique of production theory of Mainstream Economics.

Müller-Fürstenberger, G. (1995), Kuppelproduktion. Eine theoretische und empirische Analyse am Beispiel der chemischen Industrie, Heidelberg and New York: Physica. This is the first study on joint production and its environmental repercussions in the chemical industry. It contains many examples.

Theory of External Effects

Baumol, W. J. and W. E. Oates (1988), The Theory of Environmental Policy, second edn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Hanley, N., J. F. Shogren and B. White (1997), Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice, London: Macmillan.

Kolstad, C. D. (2000), Envrionmental Economics, New York, Oxford University Press.

Malinvaud, E. (1985), Lectures on Microeconomic Theory, rev. edn., Amsterdam, North-Holland.

Mas-Colell, A., M. D. Whinston and J. R. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory, New York: Oxford University Press.

Siebert, H. (2004), Economics of the Environment. Theory and Policy, 6th edn., Berlin, Heidelberg, and New York, Springer.

Tietenberg, T. (2003), Environmnetal and Natural Resource Economics, 6th edn., Boston, Addison and Wesley.

Joint Production in Business Literature

Dyckhoff, H. (1996), „Kuppelproduktion und Umwelt. Zur Bedeutung eines in der Ökonomie vernachlässigten Phänomens für die Kreislaufwirtschaft“, Zeitschrift für angewandte Umweltforschung, 9: 173-87.

Riebel, P. (1981, „Produktion III: einfache und verbundene“, in W. Albers, K.E. Born, E. Dürr, H. Hesse, A. Kraft, H. Lampert, K. Rose, H.H. Rupp, H. Scherf, K. Schmidt, W. Wilttmann (eds.), Handwörterbuch der Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Vol. 6, Stuttgart, Fischer: 295-310.

Riebel, P. (1996), „Kuppelproduktion“, in W. Kern, H. H. Schröder and J. W. Weber (eds.), Handwörterbuch der Produktionswirtschaft, 2nd edn., Stuttgart, Schäffer-Pöschel, 992-1003.

Further Reading

Baumgärtner, Stefan/Schiller, Johannes (2001) Kuppelproduktion. Ein Konzept zur Beschreibung der Entstehung von Umweltproblemen. In: Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik. Band 2. Marburg: Metropolis, 353-393.

Boulding, K.E. (1966), ‘The economics of the coming spaceship Earth’, in H. Jarrett (ed.), Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 3–14. This short paper belongs to the first major Ecological Economic texts.

Brown, L. R. (2001), Eco-Economic building an economy for the Earth, New York: W. W. Norton.

Dyckhoff, H. (1996), Kuppelproduktion und Umwelt: Zur Bedeutung eines in der Ökonomik vernachlässigten Phänomens für die Kreislaufwirtschaft. Zeitschrift für angewandte Umweltforschung 9: 173-187.

Marx, K. (1959)[1894] Capital, Vol. III, first published 1994 in German, Moscow: Progress Publishers.

Norton, B.G. (1992), ‘Ecological health and sustainable resource management’, in R. Costanza (ed.), Ecological Economics. The Science and Management of Sustainability, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 102–117.

Petersen, Thomas/Faber, Malte (2003): 21. Kuppelproduktion als Problem wirtschaftlicher und politischer Verantwortung. In: UmweltWirtschaftsForum 11.Jg. Heft 4 2003, S. 9-13.

Petersen, Thomas/Faber, Malte (2004): Verantwortung, Kuppelproduktion, Wissen und die Bedeutung von Nichtwissen. In: Jahrbuch Normative und institutionelle Grundfragen der Ökonomik 3 – Ökonomik des Wissens (2004), S. 171-200.

Riebel, P. (1955), Die Kuppelproduktion. Betriebs- und Marktprobleme, Köln/ Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag.

Riebel, P. (1981), ‘Produktion III: einfache und verbundene’, in W. Albers et al. (eds.), Handwörterbuch der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, vol. 6, Stuttgart: Fischer, pp. 295–310.

Riebel, P. (1996), ‘Kuppelproduktion’, in W. Kern, H.H. Schröder and J. Weber (eds.), Handwörterbuch der Produktionswirtschaft, 2nd edn., Stuttgart: Schäffer-Poeschl, pp. 992–1003.

von Thünen J. H. (1921) [1826], Der isolierte Staat in Beziehung auf Landwirtschaft und Nationalökonomie, first published 1826, reprinted from the last edn. by the author 1842, 2nd. edn., Jena: Fischer.

 

 

Literature

4.1  Literature Recommendations

Key Literature

 

Recommendations for further Reading

 

4.2  References

Homo Oeconomicus

Arrow, K.J., 1963. Social Choice and Individual Values. Second Edition. Yale University Press, New Haven and London (first edition 1951). This is by far the most important book on the relationship between the Homo Oeconomicus and social welfare.

Falk, A. und U. Fischbacher (2006), A Theory of Reciprocity, Games and Economic Behavior 54, 293-315

Fehr, E. und K. Schmidt (1999), A Theory of Fairness, Competition, and Cooperation, The Quarterly Journal of Economics 114, 817–868.

Gray, J., 1987. The Economic Approach to Human Behavior: Its Prospects and Limitations, in: G. Radnitzky, P. Bernholz, (Editors), Economic Imperialism. The Economic Method Applied Outside the Field of Economics. New York, 33-49.

Manstetten, R., 1999. Das Menschenbild der Ökonomie. Eine Grundlagenreflexion des Homo oeconomicus im Horizont der Philosophie von Adam Smith. Alber, Freiburg. This is the best book on the picture of humankind in Economics.

Manstetten, R. and M. Faber (1997) Bemerkungen zu dem Aufsatz von Mary s. Morgan, The character of `rational‘ man. Dialektik,: 121-129. This short paper gives a concise summary of limits and merits of the model of Homo Oeconomicus

Rabin, M. (1993), Incorporating Fairness into Game Theory and Economics, American Economic Review 83, 1281–1302

 

Public Choice

Bernholz, Peter (1978). “The Limits of Liberty. Between Anarchy and Leviathan”. A Critical Appraisal, in: Bagiotti T. and G. Franco, (eds.), Pioneering Economics – International Essays in honour of Giovanni Demaria. Padova: Edizioni Cedam: 87-107. This paper gives a concise representation of Buchanan’ s book The Limits of Liberty.

Buchanan, J.M., Tullock, G., 1962. The Calculus of Consent. Logical Foundations of Constitutional Democracy. Ann Arbor.

Buchanan, James M. (1975): The Limits of Liberty. Between Anarchy and Leviathan. Chicago/London: The University of Chicago Press. (German: (1984). Die Grenzen der Freiheit. Tübingen: Mohr). This is a pioneering study of Public choice Theory-

Buchanan, James M. (1977): Freedom in Constitutional Contract. Perspectives of a Political Economist. College Station: Texas A and M University Press.

Mueller, D.C., 2003. Public Choice III. A revised edition of Public Choice. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. This book gives a good representation of Public Choice Theory.

Petersen, T., 1996. Individuelle Freiheit und allgemeiner Wille. James Buchanans politische Ökonomie und die politische Philosophie. Mohr, Tübingen. This book is an excellent study of important aspects of Political Philosophy and fundamental questions of Public choice theory.

 

Homo Politicus

Bernholz, P., 1998. Homo oeconomicus and homo politicus: a comment. Kyklos, 51: 409-415.This short paper gives a critique of the concept of Homo Politicus developed by Faber et al. 1997.

Faber, M., 1999. Was ist Wirtschaft? Was ist die Wissenschaft von der Wirtschaft? Dialektik 1999/3: 13-41.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., Petersen, T., 1997. Homo politicus and homo oeconomicus. Political economy. Constitutional interest and ecological interest. Kyklos, 50: 457-483. This paper develops the concept of homo politicus from an economic and a philosophical perspective.

Faber, M., Manstetten, R., 2014, Was ist Wirtschaft? Von der Politischen zur Ökologischen Ökologie, 2. Edition Alber, Freiburg. This books deals with various elements of the Map Ecological Economics.

Gintis, H., 2000. Beyond Homo oeconomicus: evidence from experimental economics. Ecological Economics, 35: 311-322.

Jager, W., Janssen, M.A., De Vries, H.J.M., De Greef, J., Vlek, C.A.J., 2000. Behaviour in commons dilemmas: Homo economicus and Homo psychologicus in an ecological-economic model. Ecological Economics, 35: 357-379.

Kliemt, H., 1984. Nicht-explanative Funktionen eines “Homo oeconomicus” und Beschränkungen seiner explanativen Rolle. Homo Oeconomicus II: 7-49. This paper was written by a philosopher, who has also dealt with many aspects of economics.

Manstetten, R., Hottinger, O., Faber, M. 1998, Zur Aktualität von Adam Smith; Homo Oeoconomicus und ganzheitliches Menschenbild, Homo oeconomicus, XV(2):127-168.

Nyborg, K., 2000. Homo economicus and homo politicus: interpretation and aggregation of environmental values. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 42: 305-322.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., Schiller, J., 2000. Umweltpolitik in einer evolutionären Wirtschaft und die Bedeutung des Menschenbildes. In: K. Bizer, B. Linscheidt, A. Truger (Editors), Staatshandeln im Umweltschutz. Perspektiven einer institutionellen Umwelt­öko­no­mik. Duncker & Humblodt, Berlin: 135-150.

Siebenhüner, B., 2000. Homo sustinens – towards a new conception of humans for the science of sustainability. Ecological Economics, 32: 15-25.

Söderbaum, P., 1999. Values, ideology and politics in ecological economics. Ecological Economics, 28: 161-170.

 

Empirical Studies

Faber, M., Stephan, G. and Michaelis, P. 1989, Umdenken in der Abfallwirschaft. Vermeiden, Verwerten, Beseitigen, Springer, Heidelberg, 1989

Green, D.P., Shapiro, I., 1994. Pathologies of Rational Choice Theory. A Critique of Applications in Political Science. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Michaelis, P., 1991. Theorie und Politik der Abfallwirtschaft. Eine ökonomische Analyse. (Studies in Contemporary Economics). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg et. al.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., 2000. Bedingungen erfolgreicher Umweltpolitik im deutschen Föderalismus. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (ZPol) 1/00: 5-41. This paper shows the empirical relevance of the Homo Politicus for the development of the waste management in Germany.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., 2005 Verantwortung und Kuppelproduktion. Grundlagen der Umweltpolitik, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 1/05:35-59.

Petersen, T., Faber, M. and Herrmann, B., (1999) Vom „Müllnotstand“ zum „Müllmangel“. Die neuere Entwicklung in der deutschen Abfallwirtschaft, in: Müll und Abfall, 31: 537-545.

SRU, 1998. Der Rat von Sachverständigen für Umweltfragen: Umweltgutachten 1998. Umweltschutz: Erreichtes sichern – neue Wege gehen, Stuttgart.

Töpfer, K. , 1988. Entsorgungsmanagement von morgen, Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen 9/88: 658-660.

 

Further Reading

Costanza, R., (Editor), 1991. Ecological Economics. The Science and Management of Sustainability. Columbia University Press, New York, Oxford.

Debreu, G., 1959. Theory of Value. Wiley & Sons, New York.

Kant, I. (1960) Werke in sechs Bänden, edited by W. Weisschedel, Darmastadt.

Mas-Colell, A., M. D. Whinston und J.R. Green (1995), Microeconomic Theory. Oxford University Press, New York und Oxford.

Petersen, T., Faber, M., 2000. Der Wille zur Nachhaltigkeit. Ist wo ein Wille ist auch ein Weg? in: Birnbacher, D. and Brudermüller, C. (Editors), Zukunfts­verant­wor­tung und Generationensolidarität. Schriften des Institutes für angewandte Ethik e. V., Band 3, Königshausen und Neumann, Würzburg: 47-71)-

Sagoff, M., 1988. The Economy of the Earth. Philosophy, Law, and the Environment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.