Green Economics & Finance: The Greening of Finance
Green Economics and Finance: The Greening of Finance [Paperback]
Maria Madi (Author), Graciela Chichilnisky (Author), Michelle Gale De Oliveira (Editor), Miriam Kennet (Editor), Chow Fah Yee (Editor)
This book Edited by 4 specialists from very different corners of the world- Professor Maria Madi from Brazil, Professor Graciela Chichilnisky from Columbia University and Nobel Prize winnning lead author of the IPCC report and Professor Chow Fah Ye from Malaysia with Miriam Kennet creator of the academic discipline of Green Economics with Michelle Gale de Oliveira come together to provide an outline and analysis to present the readers with the tools they need to understand the changing world of finance in the 21st century. A really useful book to keep on the shelf and to dive into the 20 chapters all written by diverse and different authors from around the world. Note that this book has four women editors quite unusual for an econonomics and finance book and reflecting a change in global finance towards more gender equity. The book also concentrates on solving the current crisis and understanding the Asian dynamic economies and finance and what is driving them and also the implications of global financial struggles and what is driving the changes and innovations today. It also examines the financial tools, instruments and products, as well as structures, institutions and effects on the rest of economics and politics as well as social and environmental well being. This book is a must read for anyone interested in understanding possibly the most pressing issue of our time.
Paperback: 350 pages
Publisher: The Green Economics Institute (1 Jun 2013)