Moser, E., Semmler, W., Tragler, G., Veliov, V.M. (Eds.)
2014, XI, 355 p. 67 illus.
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Presents a broad range of applications in environmental economics
Offers contributions of top scientists in this area
Treats pressing problems arising from current environmental developments
Uses most advanced mathematical methods in optimal control and dynamic game theory
The book presents new developments in the dynamic modeling and optimization methods in environmental economics and provides a huge range of applications dealing with the economics of natural resources, the impacts of climate change and of environmental pollution, and respective policy measures. The interrelationship between economic activities and environmental quality, the development of cleaner technologies, the switch from fossil to renewable resources and the proper use of policy instruments play an important role along the path towards a sustainable future. Biological, physical and economic processes are naturally involved in the subject, and postulate the main modelling, simulation and decision-making tools: the methods of dynamic optimization and dynamic games.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Climate Change - Dynamic Game Theory - Dynamic Systems - Environmental Policy - Optimization - Renewable Resources