Default: Ecological Economics

ISSN: 0921-8009

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Ecological Economics is a journal indexed in SJR in Environmental Science (miscellaneous) and Economics and Econometrics with an H index of 202. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,917 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,917.

Ecological Economics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: economic, environmental, services, energy, french, materials, degrowth, biodiversity, evidence, urban, ...

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Languages: English

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Metrics

Ecological Economics

1,917

SJR Impact factor

202

H Index

268

Total Docs (Last Year)

1028

Total Docs (3 years)

18938

Total Refs

5742

Total Cites (3 years)

1001

Citable Docs (3 years)

5,18

Cites/Doc (2 years)

70,66

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


economic, environmental, services, energy, french, materials, degrowth, biodiversity, evidence, urban, centurymore, certification, conservation, conserved, consumption, control, causal, caseoptimality, case, adaptation, affect, aka, assumptions, austriais, bangladeshmechanisms, bird, boliviatesting, capital, carbon,



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Environmental Economics: A Critical Overview

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Economics for sustainable rural systems

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Biodiversity, Conservation and Sustainable Development. Principles and Practices with Asian Examples, Clem Tisdell, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, 1999, 263 pp. ISBN 1-85898-735-0

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An approach to sustainable water management in Southern Africa using natural resource accounts: the experience in Namibia

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Economics of charcoal production in miombo woodlands of eastern Tanzania: some hidden costs associated with commercialization of the resources

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Trade liberalization, economic specialization and the environment

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What Is Natural? Coral Reef Crisis. Jan Saap, Oxford University Press, New York, 275 pp., 1999, ISBN 0195123646

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Evolutionary strategies in environmental policy

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Free trade and the environment-development system

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Industrial ecosystem in the Finnish forest industry: using the material and energy flow model of a forest ecosystem in a forest industry system

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Food, fuel, fibre and faces to feed. Simulation studies of land use change for sustainable development in the 21st century

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Fish, Markets and Fishermen. The Economics of Overfishing

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Solar cookers - cheap technology with high ecological benefits

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The economics of the adoption of BMPs: the case of mariculture water management

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Selva Central: History, Economy, and Land Use in Peruvian Amazonia, Fernando Santos-Granero and Frederica Barclay, translated by Elizabeth King, Smithsonian Institution Press, London and Washington, 1998. ISBN 1-56098-761-8

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Decentralized economic incentives under technological indivisibilities: a cooperative game approach

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FORUM: Biophysical assessments: who cares?

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The (non-) economics of the nuclear fuel cycle: an historical and discourse analysis

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An ecological-economic model for agri-environmental policy analysis

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The great Canadian fishery collapse: some policy lessons

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Quantifying Sustainable Development: The Future of Tropical Economies.

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Agriculture, Trade, and The Environment: The Impact of Liberalization on Sustainable Development

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