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THE ECONOMICS AND ECOLOGY OF BIODIVERSITY DECLINE:
 THE FORCES DRIVING GLOBAL CHANGE     1995
Edited by
Timothy M. Swanson

1.  Why does biodiversity decline? The analysis of forces
    for global change

2.  Incentives, development and population: a growth-theoretic
    perspective

3.  Biodiversity, economic growth and the discount rate

4.  Uniformity in development and the decline of biological 
    diversity

5.  Decline in biodiversity and risk-adjusted net national
    product

6.  Biodiversity conservation as insurance

7.  Property rights, externalities and biodiversity

8.  Economic progress and habitat conservation in Latin
    America

9.  Prudence and profligacy: a human ecological perspective
   
10. Tropical deforestation: population, poverty and biodiversity

11. Human population dynamics and biodiversity loss

12. Scale and the feedback mechanism in market economics

13. Can economics protect biodiversity?

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