Researching Environmental Economics at Princeton University

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Bobray Bordelon, the Economics & Finance Librarian and head of Data Services, has created — and maintains — a very useful website for resources in environmental economics. The main divisions are as follows:

I. Finding Books, Journals, and other Environmental Economic Literature

II. Working Papers and Technical Reports

III. Environment from an Economic Perspective

IV. General Indexes with Environmental Economic Content

V. Economics from an Environmental Perspective

VI. Environmental Data and Environmental Impact Statements

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This page contains a single entry by Louise F. Deis published on May 21, 2007 10:05 AM.

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