Environmental Protection and Economic Well-Being: The Economic Pursuit of Quality

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Index

A
Accidents, job-related, 106-107
Advertising, qualitative emphasis in, 26, 27
Agriculture, slash-and-burn, 50
Agriculture Department ( USDA), 29, 31
Air quality
damage assessment of, 108
in economic development policy, 204
health impact of, 104-106, 107
scenic beauty and, 97-100
Alaska
economic development in, 157
job growth in, 158
unemployment in, 165
Anderson, Terry L., 80
Andrews, Wade H., 171
Arizona
job growth in, 158, 159
tax burden in, 172
Arkansas, unemployment in, 166
Armington, Catherine, 193
Arriaga-Salinas, A.S., 99
Arrow, Kenneth, 77
Art preservation, economic value of, 62

B
Baden, John, 80
Baldwin, S., 34
Ballard, K.P., 148, 152, 160, 165, 171
Bartik, Timothy J., 159, 168, 176, 177, 180, 183
Bauder, Ward W., 171
Beale, Calvin L., 66
Beck, E.M., 161
Bellante, Don, 153, 171
Bequest values, 82
Birch, David, 193
Blacks, in economic analysis, 5-6
Blomquist, Glen C., 68, 74, 149
Boomtowns, 165, 184
Borts, G.H., 125, 149
Boston ( Massachusetts), crime rate in, 110
Bowling, A., 34
Bradford, David F., 66
Brookings Institution, 202
Brookshire, David S., 98
Broome, John, 34, 39
Brown, Gardner, Jr., 97
Buchanan, Shepard C., 172
Burchenal, J., 34
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 145
Burstein, Melvin L., 192
Business
decline of manufacturing, 132, 136, 177
economics equated with, 5-6, 7, 8, 93-94, 115-116
export-oriented firms, 15-17, 19, 116, 119, 123, 126, 128-129, 132
failure, 189
import-oriented firms, 16, 129, 133, 194
life cycles of, 188-189
in local market, 127, 132-133

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