This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 46 references in this bibliography folder.

André, F and Cerdá, E (2006).
On the Dynamics of Recycling and Natural Resources
Environmental Resource Economic, 33(2):199-221.

Eichner, T (2005).
Imperfect Competition In The Recycling Industry
Metroeconomica, 56(1):1-24.

Ekins, P (2003).
Identifying Critical Natural Capital: Conclusions about Critical Natural Capital
Ecological Economics, 44(2-3):277-292.

Ekins, P, Folke, C, and De_Groot, R (2003).
Identifying Critical Natural Capital
Ecological Economics, 44(2-3):159-163.

Bidard, C and Erreygers, G (2001).
The Corn-Guano Model
Metroeconomica, 52(3):243-253.

Craig, P (2001).
Energy Limits on Recycling
Ecological Economics, 36(3):373-384.

Di_Vita, G (2001).
Technological Change, Growth and Waste Recycling
Energy Economics, 23(5):549-567.

Highfill, J and McAsey, M (2001).
Landfilling Versus "Backstop'' Recycling When Income Is Growing
Environmental & Resource Economics, 19(1):37-52.

Holloway, S (2001).
Storage of Fossil Fuel-Derived Carbon Dioxide beneath the Surface of the Earth
Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 26(1):145-166.

Hosoda, E (2001).
Recycling and Landfilling in a Dynamic Sraffian Model: Application of the Cornguano Model to a Waste Treatment Problem
Metroeconomica, 52(3):268-281.

Bouman, Ma (2000).
Material Flows and Economic Models: An Analytical Comparison of SFA, LCA and Partial Equilibrium Models
Ecological Economics, 32(2):195-216.

Ayres, R (1999).
The Second Law, the Fourth Law, Recycling and Limits to Growth
Ecological Economics, 29(3):473-483.

Ayres, R (1999).
Materials, Economics and the Environment
In: Handbook of Environmental and Resource Economics, ed. by J. van den Bergh, pp. 867-894, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham/Northampton, MA.

Cogoy, M (1999).
The Consumer as a Social and Environmental Actor
Ecological Economics, 28(3):385-398.

Eichner, T and R.Pethig (1999).
Product Design and efficient Management of Recycling and Waste Treatment
Universität Siegen, Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Wirtschaftsinformatik und Wirtschaftsrecht, Volkswirtschaftliche Diskussionsbeitraege(76-99).

Huhtala, A (1999).
Optimizing Production Technology Choices: Conventional Production vs. Recycling
Resource and Energy Economics, 21(1):1-18.

Nakamura, S (1999).
An Interindustry Approach to Analyzing Economic and Environmental Effects of the Recycling of Waste
Ecological Economics, 28(1):133 - 145.

Ruth, M (1999).
Physical Principles and Environmental Economic Analysis
In: Handbook of Environmental and Resource Economics, ed. by J.C.J.M. van den Bergh, pp. 855-866, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham/Northampton, Mass.

Ayres, R (1998).
Eco-thermodynamics: Economics and the Second Law
Ecological Economics, 26(2):189-209.

Fischer-Kowalski, M (1998).
Society’s Metabolism. The Intellectual History of Materials Flow Analysis, Part I: 1860-1970
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2(1):61-78.

Fischer-Kowalski, M and Hüttler, W (1998).
Society's Metabolism: The Intellectual History of Materials Flow Analysis, Part II: 1970-1998
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2(4):107-136.

Reijnders, L (1998).
The Factor X Debate
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2(1):13-22.

Washida, T (1998).
Material Dissipative Conditions and the Impossibility of Complete Recycling
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 9(3):271-288.

Adriaanse, A (1997).
Resource Flows: the Material Basis of Industrial Economies
World Resources Institute, Washington, D.C.

Cleveland, C and Ruth, M (1997).
When, Where and by How Much Do Biophysical Limits Constrain the Economic Process? A Survey of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's Contribution to Ecological Economics
Ecological Economics, 22(2):203-223.