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ecological-economic assessment of deregulation of international commerce under GATT

Herman E. Daly

ecological-economic assessment of deregulation of international commerce under GATT

by Herman E. Daly

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Edition Notes

Article from Ecological economics, Vol.9, No.1, 1994 (pp.73-92).

Other titlesEcological economics.
StatementHerman Daly, Robert Goodland.
ContributionsGoodland, Robert J. A., 1939-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16304803M

  An ecological‐economic assessment of deregulation of international commerce under GATT Daly, H.; Goodland, R. The North American free trade agreement: an ecological‐economic synthesis for the United States and Mexico. Current changes in Latin America include the abandonment of the economic pattern of import substitution, a growing opening of the national economies, a continental wave of political democratization, an apparent economic recovery from the "lost decade" (the s), a growing social polarization, a worsening of environmental problems, the growing influence of the market, and the most intense.

This paper argues that perceptual distortions and prevailing economic rationality, far from encouraging investment in natural capital, actually accelerate the depletion of natural capital stocks. Moreover, conventional monetary analyses cannot detect the problem. This paper therefore makes the case for direct biophysical measurement of relevant stocks and flows, and uses for this purpose the. ecological-economic assessment of deregulation of international commerce under GATT." Ecological Economics (): (referring to the GATT as a contract). 2 For example, the rule against quantitative restrictions can be justified based on their comparative higher transaction costs.

↑ Herman Daly, Robert Goodland, An ecological-economic assessment of deregulation of international commerce under GATT, Ecological Economics, Volume 9, Issue 1, January , Pages , ISSN , /(94)) ↑ Krugman, Paul (Decem ). "Laissez Not Fair". New York Times. New York Times Company. 1 An Ecological-Economic Assessment of Deregulation of International Commerce Under GATT, Herman Daly and Robert Goodland, World Bank Environment Department, Washington, DC, 25 September 2 ‘Bushism Found’, Harpers Magazine, September, 3 ‘Multinationals Back in Fashion’, The Economist, 27 March,


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COUNTERVAILING ARGUMENTS As noted in the introduction, the case for unregulated trade is widely made by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and others, so we do not repeat it here.

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