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Population, Migration, and Globalization

In: Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development, Selected Essays of Herman Daly

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Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development comprises a carefully chosen selection of some 25 articles, speeches, congressional testimonies, reviews, and critiques from the last ten years of Herman Daly’s ever-illuminating work.

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  • ., 2007. "Population, Migration, and Globalization," Chapters,in: Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development, Selected Essays of Herman Daly, chapter 22 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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