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Donner un prix à la nature, c’est rendre visible l’invisible ou penser l’impensable ?

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  • Charles Figuières
  • Jean-Michel Salles

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Qu’est-ce qu’un économiste ? Un cynique, aurait pu répondre Oscar Wilde, « qui connaît le prix de tout mais la valeur de rien ». Vraie ou fausse, cette affirmation résume assez bien une opinion générale qui s’est exprimée encore récemment lors de la parution en 2010 du rapport Sukhdev sur « L’économie des écosystèmes et de la biodiversité ».[...]

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  • Charles Figuières & Jean-Michel Salles, 2012. "Donner un prix à la nature, c’est rendre visible l’invisible ou penser l’impensable ?," Studies and Syntheses 12-03, LAMETA, Universitiy of Montpellier, revised Jun 2012.
  • Handle: RePEc:lam:estudy:12-03
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