APRECIAÇÃO DA ECONOMIA AMBIENTAL

a economia do bem-estar em foco

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https://doi.org/10.31510/infa.v20i1.1562

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Economia Ambiental, Desenvolvimento Sustentável, Bem-Estar

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Os princípios centrais deste trabalho relatam que os problemas ambientais têm suas raízes no fracasso dos sistemas econômicos em maximizar o bem-estar humano, que a qualidade ambiental é importante para esse bem-estar e para os objetivos de um crescimento econômico mais tradicionalmente orientado, e que políticas eficientes podem ser alcançadas por meio de incentivos. Para a realização deste artigo utilizou-se da metodologia de revisão bibliográfica, sendo a obra Uma História Intelectual da Economia Ambiental, de David Pearce, essencial na compreensão. O conteúdo é dividido em: As Origens da Economia Ambiental na parte introdutória; Desenvolvimento Sustentável; Avaliação Econômica; Análise de Custo-Benefício; Escolha de Instrumentos de Política; e Economia Ecológica. Como conclusão, é possível apreciar as tendências no pensamento econômico-ecológico.

 

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BARROS NETO, J.; FONTGALLAND, I. L. APRECIAÇÃO DA ECONOMIA AMBIENTAL: a economia do bem-estar em foco. Revista Interface Tecnológica, [S. l.], v. 20, n. 1, p. 238–249, 2023. DOI: 10.31510/infa.v20i1.1562. Disponível em: https://revista.fatectq.edu.br/interfacetecnologica/article/view/1562. Acesso em: 18 abr. 2024.

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