Steady-State Economics: Second Edition With New Essays
Island Press, 1 abr. 1991 - 318 páginas
First published in 1977, this volume caused a sensation because of Daly's radical view that "enough is best." Today, his ideas are recognized as the key to sustainable development, and Steady-State Economics is universally acknowledged as the leading book on the economics of sustainability.
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