Seeing the Forest for the Trees

I’d like to plug a friend’s book which is tangentially related to foreign policy. It’s a primer on what environmentalists need to know about economics with the very clever title, What Environmentalists Need to Know about Economics. The author, Jason Scorse, is a professor of environmental economics at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and hopefully a future WPR contibutor. I’ve only gone through the first chapter so far, but it’s a well-written introduction to the economic fundamentals behind environmental policy, from a reasoned and thoughtful perspective. That should be pretty relevant now that the American government is back on […]

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