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Review of Macroeconomic Methods and Microeconomic Valuation Methods Applied in the Natural Resources and Environment Sector


  • Danilo C Israel


The general objective of the paper is to review the different macroeconomic models and microeconomic valuation methods applied in the analysis of the natural resource and enviromnent sector which are potentially useful for Microeconomic Impacts of Macroeconomic Adjustment Policies (MIMAP). The end purpose of the review is to develop approaches which can be potentially used for analyzing the sectoral and welfare impacts of policies. A corollary purpose of the paper is to pinpoint possible areas for natural resource and environmental research in the future specifically those related to the activities of the project MIMAP. [PIDS Discussion Paper No. 94-06]. URL:[].

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  • Danilo C Israel, 2012. "Review of Macroeconomic Methods and Microeconomic Valuation Methods Applied in the Natural Resources and Environment Sector," Working Papers id:4812, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4812
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