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Charles A. S. Hall

Economics Publications

Gowdy, J., Hall, C.A.S., Klitgaard, K., Krall, Lisi. What Every Conservation Biologist Should Know about Economic Theory. Conservation Biology. (in press)

Gowdy, J., Hall, C., Klitgaard, K., and L. Krall. 2010. The End of Faith Based Economics. The Corporate Examiner. 37: No. 4-5: 5-11.

Hall, C.A.S., Groat, A. 2010. Energy price increases and the 2008 financial crash: a practice run for what’s to come? The Corporate Examiner. 37: No. 4-5: 19-26.

Hall, C.A.S., Day, J.W. Jr. 2009. Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil. American Scientist, 97: 230-237.

Day, J. W. Jr., Hall, C.A., Yanez-Arancibia, A., Pimentel, D., Marti, C. I., and Mitsch, W. J. 2009. Ecology in Times of Scarcity. BioScience. 59:4, 321-331.

Day, John W., Hall, Charles A.S., Yanez-Arancibia, Alejandro. 2009. Biophysical Economics: Issues in the Mississippi Delta Act as a Lens for Global Issues. Earth, November 2009: 56-63.

Hall, C.A.S. 2009. (Review) The Dominant Animal: Human Evolution and the Environment. Bioscience. 59:522-525.

Hall, C. 2006. Integrating concepts and models from development economics with land use change models in the tropics. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Vol. 8:1: 19-53.

Hall, C. and K. Klitgaard. 2006. The need for a new, biophysical-based paradigm in economics for the second half of the age of oil. Journal of Transdisciplinary Research Vol. 1, Issue 1: 4-22.

Hall, C.A.S. and J.Y. Ko. 2005. The myth of efficiency through market economics: A biophysical analysis of tropical economies, especially with respect to energy, forests and water. Pp. 40-58. in M. Bonnell and L. A. Bruijnzeel (eds.). Forests, water and people in the humid : Past, present and future hydrological research for integrated land and water management. UNESCO. Cambridge University Press

Hall, C. 2004. The Myth of sustainable development: Personal reflections on energy, its relation to neoclassical economics, and Stanley Jevons. Journal of Energy Resources Technology 126:86-89.

Hall, C. A. S., Pradeep Tharakan, John Hallock, Cutler Cleveland and Michael Jefferson. 2003. Hydrocarbons and the evolution of human culture. Nature 426 no. 6964. p. 318-322.

Hall, Charles, D. Lindenberger, Reiner Kummel, T. Kroeger, and W. Eichhorn. 2001. The need to reintegrate the natural sciences with economics. BioScience 51 (6): 663-673.

Hall, C.A.S., P.D. Matossian, C. Ghersa, J. Calvo and C. Olmeda. 2001. Is the Argentine National Economy being destroyed by the department of economics of the University of Chicago? pp. 483-498 in S. Ulgaldi, M. Giampietro, R.A. Herendeen and K. Mayumi (eds.). Advances in Energy Studies, Padova, Italy.

Hall, C.A.S., J.Y. Ko, C.L. Lee and H.Q. Wang. 1998. Ricardo lives: The inverse relation of resource exploitation intensity and efficiency in Costa Rican agriculture and its relation to sustainable development. pp. 355-370 in S. Ulgiadi (ed.). Advances in Energy Studies, Musis Press, Rome, Italy.

Hall, C. 1992. Economic development or developing economics: What are our priorities? pp. 101-126 in M.K. Wali and J.S. Singh (ed.). Environmental rehabilitation. Vol. 1. Policy Issues. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Cleveland, C.J., R. Costanza, C.A.S. Hall and R. Kaufmann. 1983. Energy and the United States economy: a biophysical perspective. Science 225: 890-897.