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    Table of Contents
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    Books and reports
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        Page 8
    Discussion papers
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    Gatekeeper series
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        Page 14
    Back Cover
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Full Text

Celebrating Twenty Five Years

Institute for
Environment and



Celebrating Twnty Fiv Year

Institute for
Environment and

IIED is an independent, non-profit organisation which seeks to
promote sustainable patterns of development through re-
search, policy studies, consensus-building and public informa-
tion. Focusing on the connections between economic de-
velopment, the environment and human needs, the Institute's
principal aim is to improve the management of natural re-
sources so that countries of the South can improve living
standardswithoutjeopardising their natural resource base. Its
work is undertaken with, or on behalf of, governments and
international agencies, the academic community, founda-
tions and non-governmental organizations, community groups
and the peoples they represent.

The Institute is comprised of seven programmes which are
funded by international organizations and governments and
by private and corporate foundations, lIED is a registered
charity in the United Kingdom (No. 800066).

The set of IIED publication catalogues also includes:
Natural Resource Management & Sustainable Livelihoods
Participatory Development
Planning for Sustainable Development
Urban Issues

International Institute for Environment and Development
3 Endsleigh Street, London WC1H ODD, UK
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E c o n o m i c s of S t-n b D e v l o


Books and Reports 4

Discussion Papers 9

Gatekeeper Series 13

Index 14

IIED Programmes with publications listed in the
Economics of Sustainable Development catalogue:

Environmental Economics
Sustainable Agriculture

Publications Manager: Marilyn John

Edited and compiled by Jacqueline Saunders
Designed and produced by Eileen Higgins
Printed by Russell Press Ltd, Nottingham

Every effort has been made to encure accuracy in compiling this catalogue.
However, publication dates, prices and other details are subject to change without notice.

SBook and

l Economic Evaluation of Tropical
Forest Land Use Options: A Review
of Methodology and Applications.
Based on a report by the Environmental Economics
Programme, IIED, for the UK Overseas
Development Administration.
Rapid deforestation in the tropics and increasing public
concern about the social and environmental consequences
of land use changes have created demand for methods to
evaluate alternative land use options in a way that reflects
social and environmental impacts, as well as economic
costs and benefits. This report reviews a wide range of
methods which may be used to carry out a comprehensive
assessment of the economic, environmental and
distributional consequences of alternative tropical forest
land use options, including copious examples from recent
empirical studies.

The Hidden Harvest: The Value of Wild
Resources in Agricultural Systems
A Project Summary compiled by Irene Guit, Fiona
Hinchcliffe and Mary Melnyk
The Hidden Harvest is a research project coordinated by
the Sustainable Agriculture Programme in collaboration
with the Environmental Economics Programme. both of
IIED. It aims to investigate,
through local-level
valuation, the
importance of wild
plant and animal
resources in
agricultural systems
and to rural
livelihoods. This
briefing document The ld
summarises the -=
lessons from the project H ves
to date, and identifies R*,. na ra"
key areas where policy w,
should be strengthened
if the full value of wild
resources is to be
realized and their
sustainable management -
24 pages, 1995
ISBN 1 89982535 5, 3.50


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Beer and Baskets: The Economics of
Women's Livelihoods in Ngamiland,
Compiled by Joshua Bishop and lan Scoones
This report examines the economics of basket making and
beer production in two sites on the western edge of the
Okavango delta in Ngamiland, Bostwana. Using
Participatory Rural Appraisal methods, the study draws
on field research which focused on the priority concerns
expressed by villages and which explored women's use of
wild species. Income generating activities based on the
use of wild resources were situated and evaluated in a
total livelihood context. Based on this analysis, options for
resource conservation and management are identified in
this report. The work forms part of the research project
The Hidden Harvest: The value of wild resources in
agricultural systems, conducted jointly by the Sustainable
Agriculture and Environmental Economics Programmes of
49 pages, Sustainable Agriculture Programme Research
Series Volume 3, number 1
1994, ISSN 1358-3875, 5.00

Local-Level Economic Valuation of
Savanna Woodland Resources: Village
cases from Zimbabwe
Compiled by the Hot Springs Working Group
This report describes case study work conducted in
Zimbabwe as part of the research project The Hidden
Harvest: The value of wild resources in agricultural systems.
The aim was to undertake a local-level resource valuation
exercise, focusing on the valuation of wild food and tree-
based resources. The study also assessed the applicability
of a range of Participatory Rural Appraisal methods for
resource valuation at the local level.
87 pages, Sustainable Agriculture Programme Research
Series Volume 3, number 2
1995, ISSN 1358-3875, 5.00

Whose Eden?: An Overview of Community
Approaches to Wildlife Management
A report by IIED to the UK Overseas Development
This report challenges the traditional practice of
separating the management and
conservation of wildlife from the
livelihood of local communities. It
shows there is a growing recognition
that a community's rights to
ownership and tenure of wildlife
resources is integral to sustainable
wildlife management. Wildlife
management will only be
sustainable ecologically, socially
and economically if it can be made
sufficiently attractive to local
communities for them to adopt the practice as a long-
term livelihood strategy.
pages 124, 1994.

Rapid Rural Appraisal for Economics:
Exploring Incentives for Tree Management
in Sudan
Edited by Jules N Pretty and lan Scoones
Rapid Rural Appraisal techniques offer an approach to
understanding the complexity of farming and livelihoods
systems. For the topic of tree management this complexity
must be disaggregated so as to understand how incentives
work at regional, village, group and individual levels. This
study focuses on two villages near Khartoum, Sudan, and
illustrates these different determinants of local incentives.
47 pages, Sustainable Agriculture Programme, IIED, and
Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Khartoum,
Sudan, 1989, 8.00



Economics, Natural-Resource Scarcity and
Development: Conventional and
Alternative Views
Edward B. Barbier
The history of environmental and resource economics is
reviewed; then using insights from environmentalism,
ecology and thermodynamics, Barbier begins the
construction of a new economic approach to the use of
natural resources, particularly to the problem of
environmental degradation. With examples from the
global greenhouse effect, Amazonian deforestation and
upland degradation on Java, Barbier develops a major
theoretical advance and shows how it can be applied.
This book breaks new ground in the search for an
economics of sustainable development.
240 pages, ISBN 1-85383-072-0, Earthscan, London, 1989

Blueprint for a Green Economy
David W Pearce, Anil Markandya and Edward B.
This book was initially prepared as a report to the
Department of Environment, as part of the response by
the Government of the United Kingdom to the Brundtland
Report, Our Common Future. The Government stated that:
'...the UK fully intends to continue building on this
approach (environmental improvement) and further to
develop policies consistent with the concept of sustainable
development.' The book attempts to assist that process.
192 pages, ISBN 1-8583-006-6, Earthscan,
London, 1989, 8.95

Elephants, Economics and Ivory
Edward B. Barbier, Joanne C. Burgess, Timothy M.
Swanson and David W Pearce
The dramatic decline in elephant numbers in most of
Africa has been largely
attributed to the illegal
harvesting of ivory. The
decision to ban all trade in ivory
is intended to save the elephant.
This book examines the ivory
trade, its regulation and its
implications for elephant
management from an economic
perspective. The authors'
preferred option is for a very
limited trade in ivory, designed to
maintain the incentive for
sustainable management in the
southern African countries and to
encourage other countries to folo .
192 pages, ISBN 1 85383 1565
Earthscan, London 1992,10.95

After the Green Revolution: Sustainable
Agriculture for Development
Gordon R. Conway and Edward B. Barbier
The Green Revolution has successfully improved
agricultural productivity in many parts of the developing
world. But these successes may be limited to specific
favourable agro-ecological and economic conditions. This
book discusses how more sustainable and equitable forms
of agricultural development need to be promoted. The
key is developing appropriate techniques and
participatory approaches at the local level, advocating
complementary policy reforms at the national level and
working within the constraints imposed by the
international economic system.
205 pages, ISBN 1 85383 035 6, Earthscan, London, 1990,


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Sustainable Development: Economics and
Environment in the Third World
David W Pearce, Edward B.
Barbier and Anil Markandya D d ar
The authors elaborate on the concept avndA ad E
of sustainable development and ISUS jINAn
illustrate how environmental DgVlp1W
economics can be applied to the ECONOM'a g m
developing world. Beginning with a '
overview of the concept of
sustainable development, the
authors indicate its implications for
discounting and economic
appraisal. Case studies on natural
resource economics and
management issues are drawn from a auth
Indonesia, Sudan, Botswana, Nepal I n-aa~ -
and the Amazon. --
228 pages, ISBN 1 85383 088 7
Earthscan, London, 1990, 11.95

Blueprint 2: Greening the World Economy
David W Pearce, Edward B. Barbier, Anil
Markandya, Scott Barrett, R. Kerry Turner and
Timothy M. Swanson
Following the success of Blueprint
r r a Green Economy, attention is
turned to global environmental
threats. The book reviews the role
of economics in analysing global
resources such as climate, ozone
and biodiversity, and considers
economic policy options to
address such problems as global
climate change, ozone depletion
and tropical deforestation.
224 pages, ISBN 1 85383 076 3,
SEarthcan, London 1991, 9.95

Economics for the Wilds: Wildlife Wildlands,
Diversity and Development
E.B. Barbier and TM Swanson (eds)
This collection of essays addresses the key issues of the
economic role of natural habitat and wildlife utilisation
in development. The book argues that this role is
E significant, and composes such benefits as wildlife and
wildland products, ecotourism, community-based
wildlife development, environmental services and the
conservation of biodiversity.
240 pages, ISBN 185383 124 7,
Earthscan, London, 1992, 12.95

The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade
Edward B. Barbier, Joanne C. Burgess, Joshua
Bishop and Bruce Aylward
This book is based on a study of the economic linkages
between the trade in tropical timber products and
sustainable forest management prepared for the
International Tropical Timber Organisation by IIED. It
examines current and future market conditions in the
tropical timber trade, the linkages between trade and
tropical deforestation, and the role of trade and forest
sector policies in encouraging sustainable forest
management. Through the use of extensive case studies
and empirical evidence the authors argue that, although
the timber trade is not the major source of tropical
deforestation, policy distortions encourage excessive
timber extraction whilst discouraging sustainable forest
management. The book concludes by examining the
necessary international policy measures required to
improve the role of the timber trade in sustaining tropical
208 pages, ISBN 1 85383 219 7 (paperback)
Earthscan,1992, 13.95


Ds. i Pa

Discussion papers examine a wide range of issues
in Environmental Economics, including theoretical
questions as well as applications, case studies and
policy analysis. Discussion papers may be
purchased for 3.50 unless otherwise stated.


reviews the economic and hydrological information base
regarding the trade-offs between logging and watershed
protection in Malaysia, and suggests how economic and
hydrologic information can be combined to improve land
use planning in Malaysia.

The Economics of Soil Erosion: A
Model of Farm Decision-Making
Derek Eaton
Soil erosion is widely considered to be a serious threat to
the long-term viability of agriculture, particularly in
certain developing countries. This paper examines key
factors affecting smallholder farmers' decisions about soil
depletion and conservation. A simulation model is
presented and used to describe the economic
consequences of soil erosion from the perspective of
smallholder farmers in Malawi. The analysis indicates that
few conservation measures will be attractive to farmers,
primarily due to the low productivity of this sector. The
study highlights the way various factors affect incentives
to invest in alternative cropping systems, including
investment and recurrent costs, the sensitivity of yields to
erosion and the farmer's discount rate. The study also
compares alternative measures of the benefit of different
cropping systems to the farmer and explores the
implications of the results for agricultural pricing policy.

Structural Adjustment and
Sustainable Development in Benin:
A Review of Issues and Linkages
A Report prepared for Ecooperation, The Netherlands.
J Bishop, R Kumar, C Young, H Hoogeveen, H Jansen and H


1i1U1 m Amazonian Fisheries: Socio-
Economic Issues and Management
A Report on a Study Attachment with IIED, sponsored by
the British Council
Jaime Fernandez-Baca
Over the last three decades, the demand for fish in the
Amazon basin has greatly increased due to population
growth in the main cities of the region. While
technological improvements in commercial fishing
methods have made it possible to meet this growing
demand, it has also increased pressure on the fishery
resource. This has led to concerns about the possibility of
extinction of certain fish species and conflict resulting
from competition for the resource between commercial
and subsistence fishermen. This study reviews the
current state of the inland fisheries in the Amazon in
order to analyse the policy options for fisheries
management, and identifies the gaps in information on
the economic, social and biological aspects of fisheries
which limit such assessment.

f Logging vs Watershed Protection in
Tropical Forests: An Overview of the
Issues in Malaysia
B Aylward, N Abdul Rahim, Hj. Othman Mohd Shahwahid,
Abd. GhaniAwang Noor, Yusop Zulkifli
Malaysia is a rapidly developing country, rich in natural
resources, particularly timber. In recent decades
Malaysia has exploited its timber resources intensively.
Logging leads to a number of changes in the hydrologic
regime some positive, some negative with consequent
downstream impacts on economic activities. This paper




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DP 95-02
The Economics of Soil Degradation: An
Illustration of the Change in Productivity
Approach to Valuation in Mall and Malawi
Joshua Bishop
Sustainable agriculture is threatened in many countries by
the degradation of natural soil fertility, leading to reduced
crop yields, as well as off-site problems of erosion,
sedimentation and nutrient leaching. A key factor
underlying excessive land degradation is the failure of
markets and policy to recognize and reflect these costs.
This paper illustrates one method the change in
productivity approach to evaluate the on-site economic
costs of soil erosion in Mali and Malawi, and explores the
implications for public policy. In both countries economic
losses are found to be sufficiently high to warrant
increased efforts in soil and water conservation.
139 pages, December 1995

DP 95-01
Economic Incentives for Pollution Prevention:
A Case Study of Coal Processing Industries,
Dhanbad, Bihar, India
Ritu Kumar and Yasser Sherif
20 pages, February 1995

DP 94-01
Measuring Sustainable Income from Mineral
Extraction in Brazil
Carlos E F Young and Ronaldo Ser6a da Motta
27 pages, August 1994

DP 93-06
The Economic Value of Species Information
and its Role in Biodiversity Conservation: Costa
Rica's National Biodiversity Institute
Bruce A Aylward, Jaime Echeverria, Liza Fendt and Edward
B Barbier
68 pages, December 1993

DP 93-05
The Economic Value of Pharmaceutical
Prospecting and its Role in Biodiversity
Bruce A Aylward
89 pages, December 1993

DP 93-04
Market Conditions for Tropical Timber
David Brooks
65 pages, June 1993

DP 93-03
The Timber Trade and Tropical Forests:
Modeling the Impacts of Supply Constraints,
Trade Constraints and Trade Liberalization
John M Perez-Garcia and Bruce Lippke
75 pages, June 1993

DP 93-02
Policy Issues and Options Concerning
Linkages Between the Tropical Timber Trade
and Sustainable Forest Management
Edward B Barbier
29 pages, June 1993

DP 93-01
The Timber Trade and Tropical Deforestation in
Edward B Barbier, Joanne C Burgess, Nancy Bockstael and
Ivar Strand
32 pages, April 1993

DP 92-05
What is Biodiversity Worth to a Developing
Country? Capturing the Pharmaceutical Value
of Species Information
Bruce A Aylward and Edward B Barbier
18 pages, November 1992


DP 92-04
Valuing Environmental Functions: Tropical
Edward B Barbier
27 pages, October 1992

DP 92-03
Economic Analysis of the Causes of Tropical
Joanne C Burgess
31 pages, June 1992

DP 92-02
Impact of Wildlife Trade on Endangered
Joanne C Burgess
44 pages, June 1992

DP 92-01
Timber Trade, Trade Policies and Environmental
Edward B Barbier, Joanne C Burgess, Bruce A Aylward and
Joshua Bishop
71 pages, June 1992

DP 91-07
Environmental Management and
Development in the South: Prerequisites for
Sustainable Development
Edward B Barbier
40 pages, November 1991

DP 91-06
Resource Accounting for Sustainable
Development: A Review of Basic Concepts,
Recent Debate and Future Needs
Anil Markandya and Charles Perrings
53 pages, November 1991

DP 91-05
The Role of Smallholder Producer Prices in
Land Degradation: The Case of Malawi
Edward B Barbier
43 pages, July 1991

DP 91-04
Gender, Environmental Degradation and
Development: The Extent of the Problem
Gregor BOchner, Joanne C Burgess, Victoria C Drake, Tom
Gameson and David Hanrahan
37 pages, June 1991

DP 91-03
Wildlife Utilisation as an Instrument for Natural
Habitat Conservation: A Survey of the
Literature and of the Issues
Timothy Swanson
42 pages, May 1991

DP 91-02
Economic Valuation of Wetland Benefits: The
Hadejia-Jama'are Floodplain, Nigeria
Edward B Barbier, William M Adams and Kevin Kimmage
26 pages, April 1991

DP 91-01
Tropical Deforestation and Agricultural
Development in Latin America
Douglas Southgate
18 pages, January 1991

DP 90-06
An Economic Approach to Saving the Tropical
David W Pearce
30 pages, November 1990


I Discussion Papers

ID c i

DP 90-05
Slowing Global Warming: Options for
Greenhouse Gas Substitution
Edward B Barbier, Joanne C Burgess and David W Pearce
52 pages, October 1990

DP 90-04
Stress, Shock and the Sustainability of Optimal
Resource Utilization in a Stochastic
Charles Perrings
33 pages, October 1990

DP 90-03
The Economics of Controlling Degradation:
Rehabilitating Gum Arabic Systems in Sudan
Edward B Barbier
47 pages, June 1990

DP 90-02
Environmental Costs and Power Systems
Anil Markandya
26 pages, May 1990

DP 90-01
The Ethical Foundations of Sustainable
Economic Development
R Kerry Turner and David W Pearce
39 pages, March 1990

DP 89-13
Industrial Growth, Rural Income and the
Sustainability of Agriculture in the Dual
Charles Perrings
30 pages, December 1989

DP 89-12
The Economic Value of Elephants
Gardner Brown Jr and Wes Henry
51 pages, November 1989

DP 89-11
Natural Resource Accounts for Botswana:
Environmental Accounting for a Natural
Resource-Based Economy
Charles Perrings, Alison Gilbert, David W Pearce and Anne
65 pages, November 1989

DP 89-09
The Causes of Tropical Deforestation in
Ecuador: A Statistical Analysis
Douglas Southgate, Rodrigo Sierra and Lawrence Brown
16 pages, October 1989

DP 89-08
Optimal Soil Conservation and the Reform of
Agricultural Pricing Policies
Scott Barrett
28 pages, July 1989

DP 89-07
On The Overgrazing Problem
Scott Barrett
28 pages, July 1989

DP 89-06
Deforestation, Biological Conservation, and
the Optimal Provision of Wildlife Reserves
Scott Barrett
37 pages, June 1989


DP 89-05
Analysis of the Demand For Raw Ivory: Case
Studies of Japan and Hong Kong
Edward B Barbier and Joanne C Burgess
34 pages, June 1989

DP 89-04
International Regulation of the Ivory Trade
Timothy Swanson
75 pages, May 1989, 4.00

DP 89-03
Efficient Management of Biologically Diverse
Tropical Forests
Douglas Southgate
20 pages, March 1989

DP 89-02
Cost Benefit Analysis and Land Reclamation:
A Case Study
Nicholas Michael and David WPearce
18 pages, February 1989

DP 89-01
The Conditions for Achieving Environmentally
Sustainable Development
Edward B Barbier and Anil Markandya
25 pages, January 1989

DP 88-03
Sustainable Development and Cost Benefit
David W Pearce, Edward B Barbier and Anil Markandya
35 pages, November 1988

DP 88-02
Sustainable Agriculture and the Resource Poor:
Policy Issues and Options
Edward B Barbier
28 pages, October 1988

DP 88-01
Environmental Economics and Decision
Making in Sub-Saharan Africa
David W Pearce, Edward B Barbier and Anil Markandya
36 pages, September 1988


Disussin Paers

The Gatekeeper series highlights key topics in the
field of environmental and resource economics.
Each paper reviews a selected issue of
contemporary importance and draws preliminary
conclusion of relevance to development activities.
All papers are 2.50 each

GK 93-01 Economic Efficiency, Rent Capture
and Market Failure in Tropical Forest
Bruce A Aylward, Joshua Bishop and Edward B Barbier
7 pages, June 1993

GK 92-04 The Rationality of Land Degradation
in Latin America: Some Lessons from the
Ecuadorian Andes
Douglas Southgate
9 pages, December 1992

GK 92-03 The Economic Value of Ecosystems:
4 Coral Reefs
James P G Spurgeon and Bruce A Aylward
15 pages, October 1992

GK 92-02 The Nature of Economic Instruments:
A Brief Overview
Edward B Barbier
9 pages, September 1992

GK 92-01 Economic Analysis of Soil
Joshua Bishop
13 pages, March 1992

GK 91-04 Afforestation and the Greenhouse
Effect: The Economics of Fixing Carbon by
Growing Trees
David WPearce
5 pages, May 1991

GK 91-03 The Economic Value of Ecosystems:
3 Biological Diversity
Bruce A Aylward
13 pages, June 1991

GK 91-02 Guidelines for Applying
Environmental Economics in Developing
Joshua Bishop, Bruce A Aylward and Edward B Barbier,
14 pages, May 1991

GK 91-01 The Economic Value of Ecosystems:
2 Tropical Forests
Edward B Barbier
10 pages, January 1991

GK 90-01 Natural Resource Degradation
Policy, Economics and Management
Edward B Barbier
13 pages, March 1990

GK 89-04 Economics of Controlling the Trade
in Endangered Species: The African Elephant
Joanne C Burgess
16 pages, November 1989

GK 89-03 The Polluter Pays Principle
David W Pearce
5 pages, October 1989

GK 89-02 The Economic Value of Ecosystems:
I Tropical Wetlands
Edward B Barbier
12 pages, August 1989

GK 89-01 Sustainable Development: an
Economic Perspective
David W Pearce
7 pages, June 1989


I Gafekeeper Series I


Author index

Abdul Rahim, N
Adams, W
Awang Noor, A G
Aylward, B
Barbier, E B
Barrett, S
Bishop, J
Bockstael, N
Brooks, D
Brown, G
Brown, L
BOchner, G
Burgess, J C
Conway, G R
Drake, VC
Eaton, D
Echeverria, J
Fendt, L
Fernandez-Baca, J
Gameson, T
Gilbert, A
Guijt, I
Hanrahan, D
Harrison, A
Henry, W
Hinchcliffe, F
Hoogeveen, H
Hot Springs Working Group


Jansen, H
Kumar, R
Kerry Turner, R
Kimmage, K
Lippke, B
Markandya, A
Melnyk, M
Michael, N
Mohd Shahwahid, Hj O
Pearce, D W
Perez-Garcia, J M
Perrings, C
Pretty, J N
Scoones, I
Seroa da Motta, R
Sherif, Y
Sierra, R
Southgate, D
Spurgeon, J
Strand, I
Swanson, T M
Verbruggen, H
Young, CE F
Zulkifli, Y



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