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The biophysical perspective of a middle income economy
Ana Citlalic Gonzalez-Martinez
This paper analyzes natural resource use dynamics in the Mexican economy during the last three decades.
|Statement||Ana Citlalic Gonzalez-Martinez and Heinz Schandl.|
|Series||Socio-economics and the environment in discussion -- 2007-10|
|Contributions||Schandl, Heinz., CSIRO (Australia). Sustainable Ecosystems.|
|LC Classifications||HC133.5 .G66 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||2009397618|
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The biophysical perspective of a middle income economy: Material flows in Mexico. Author links open overlay panel Ana Citlalic population growth rather than economic growth was the main driving force for Cited by: " The biophysical perspective of a middle income economy: Material Flows in Mexico," UHE Working papers _10, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Economia i Història Econòmica, Unitat d'Història Econòmica.
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The Biophysical Perspective of a Middle Income Economy: Material Flows in Mexico 2 In Mexico, oil exploration and extraction in addition to the depletion of a non- renewable natural resource, have also enfolded important environmental and social.
(PDF) The biophysical perspective of a middle income economy: Material Flows in Mexico | Heinz Schandl - is a platform for academics to share research papers. Downloadable. We analyse natural resource use dynamics in the Mexican economy during the last three decades.
Despite low and uneven economic growth, the extraction and use of materials in the Mexican economy has continuously increased during the last 30 years. In this period, population growth rather than economic growth was the main driving force for biophysical growth.
1 The biophysical perspective of a middle income economy: Material Flows in Mexico Ana Citlalic Gonzalez-Martinezi,*, Heinz Schandlii iDepartment of Economics and Economic History and Institute for Environmental Science and Technology Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
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economies are modeled as a circular flow of income between producers and consumers. In this “perpetual motion” of interactions between firms that produce and households that consume, little or no accounting is given of the flow of energy and materials from the environment and back again.The inclusion of the perspective of biophysical economics (to be explained) will make the approach taken by the book’s authors even more useful in understanding ways to address the current conflict between living within nature’s limits and providing a decent life in human economy and society.Biophysical economics derives from three main sources of ideas: (1) earlier thinking by economists, such as François Quesnay and the eighteenth-century physiocrats, who called themselves “Les Economistes,” and a few economists of the latter part of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries; (2) conceptual thinking about how ecosystems operate; and (3) scholars from.