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Green Growth and Sustainable Development [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783642343537Series: Dynamic Modeling and Econometrics in Economics and FinancePublication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013.ISBN:
  • 9783642343544
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Green Growth and Sustainable DevelopmentDDC classification:
  • 338.927
LOC classification:
  • HC79.E5
Online resources:
Contents:
Green Growth and Sustainable Development; Introduction; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Optimal Economic Growth with an Environmental Constraint; The Problem of Optimal Endogenous Growth with Exhaustible Resources Revisited; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 3 Reduction to a One-dimensional Problem Without Integral Constraints; 4 Existence of an Optimal Control and Pontryagin's Maximum Principle; 5 Analysis of the Hamiltonian System; 6 Discussion; References; Optimal Pollution, Optimal Population, and Sustainability; 1 Introduction; 2 The Positive Check-Recent Evidence; 3 The Model
2 Dynamic Model of Growth and Climate Change2.1 Capital; 2.2 Emission and CO2 Concentration; 2.3 Temperature; 3 Optimal Control Problems; 4 Maximum Principle: Necessary Optimality Conditions; 4.1 Basic Control Problem; 4.1.1 Steady States for Constant Abatement A(t) = Ac; 4.2 Social Optimum for Control u=(C,A); 4.3 Transversality Conditions for Adjoint Variables; 4.4 Control Constraints; 4.5 State Constraints; 5 Numerical Results for Various Scenarios; 5.1 Numerical Methods; 5.2 Infinite Horizon, Abatement Ac=1.21·10-3 and T(0)=290; 5.3 Infinite Horizon, Abatement Ac=1.21 ·10-3 and T(0)=293
3.1 Modeling the Positive Check3.2 The Household Optimization; 4 Sustainability and Technical Progress; 5 Parametric Examples; 6 Discussion; Appendix: Local Stability of the Steady States; References; Optimal Proportions in Growth Trends of Resource Productivity; 1 Introduction; 2 Model Description; Price Formation Mechanism; Balance Equation; Production Function; Consumption Intensity; Model Dynamics; Logarithmic Consumption Index; 3 A Model Interpretation; 4 Optimal Control Problem; Special Case gamma= 1; 5 The Hamiltonian of the Optimal Control Problem; 6 The Maximized Hamiltonian
5.4 Infinite Horizon: Social Optimum for Control u=(C,A)
7 The Hamiltonian Systems8 Existence of Steady State; 9 Qualitative Analysis of Model Solutions at the Steady State; 10 Sensitivity Analysis of Steady State; 11 Conclusion; References; Part II: Biodiversity, Abatement and Climate Change; International Biodiversity Management with Technological Change; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 2.1 Technology; 2.2 Research and Development; 2.3 The International Agency; 3 Countries; 4 The Pareto Optimum; 5 Direct Regulation; 6 Conservation Subsidies; 7 Conclusions; Appendix A: Equations (21) and (22) and Function (23); Appendix B: Equations (25) and (26)
Appendix C: The Lobbying GameAppendix D: Equation (37); References; Environmental Regulations, Abatement and Economic Growth; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 3 Analytical Results; 3.1 Derivation of the Canonical System; 3.2 Steady States; 3.3 Stability; 3.4 The Laissez-Faire Scenario and the Introduction of Environmental Policy; 4 Optimal Paths; 4.1 Initial Points with an Equal Level of K and G; 4.2 Initial Points with One Type of Capital Being Dominant; 4.3 Bifurcation Analysis; 5 Conclusion; References; Optimal Control of Growth and Climate Change-Exploration of Scenarios; 1 Introduction
Summary: The book examines problems associated with green growth and sustainable development on the basis of recent contributions in economics, natural sciences and applied mathematics, especially optimal control theory. Its main topics include pollution, biodiversity, exhaustible resources and climate change. The integrating framework of the book is dynamic systems theory which offers a common basis for multidisciplinatory research and mathematical tools for solving complicated models, leading to new insights in environmental issues. ?
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Green Growth and Sustainable Development; Introduction; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Optimal Economic Growth with an Environmental Constraint; The Problem of Optimal Endogenous Growth with Exhaustible Resources Revisited; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 3 Reduction to a One-dimensional Problem Without Integral Constraints; 4 Existence of an Optimal Control and Pontryagin's Maximum Principle; 5 Analysis of the Hamiltonian System; 6 Discussion; References; Optimal Pollution, Optimal Population, and Sustainability; 1 Introduction; 2 The Positive Check-Recent Evidence; 3 The Model

2 Dynamic Model of Growth and Climate Change2.1 Capital; 2.2 Emission and CO2 Concentration; 2.3 Temperature; 3 Optimal Control Problems; 4 Maximum Principle: Necessary Optimality Conditions; 4.1 Basic Control Problem; 4.1.1 Steady States for Constant Abatement A(t) = Ac; 4.2 Social Optimum for Control u=(C,A); 4.3 Transversality Conditions for Adjoint Variables; 4.4 Control Constraints; 4.5 State Constraints; 5 Numerical Results for Various Scenarios; 5.1 Numerical Methods; 5.2 Infinite Horizon, Abatement Ac=1.21·10-3 and T(0)=290; 5.3 Infinite Horizon, Abatement Ac=1.21 ·10-3 and T(0)=293

3.1 Modeling the Positive Check3.2 The Household Optimization; 4 Sustainability and Technical Progress; 5 Parametric Examples; 6 Discussion; Appendix: Local Stability of the Steady States; References; Optimal Proportions in Growth Trends of Resource Productivity; 1 Introduction; 2 Model Description; Price Formation Mechanism; Balance Equation; Production Function; Consumption Intensity; Model Dynamics; Logarithmic Consumption Index; 3 A Model Interpretation; 4 Optimal Control Problem; Special Case gamma= 1; 5 The Hamiltonian of the Optimal Control Problem; 6 The Maximized Hamiltonian

5.4 Infinite Horizon: Social Optimum for Control u=(C,A)

7 The Hamiltonian Systems8 Existence of Steady State; 9 Qualitative Analysis of Model Solutions at the Steady State; 10 Sensitivity Analysis of Steady State; 11 Conclusion; References; Part II: Biodiversity, Abatement and Climate Change; International Biodiversity Management with Technological Change; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 2.1 Technology; 2.2 Research and Development; 2.3 The International Agency; 3 Countries; 4 The Pareto Optimum; 5 Direct Regulation; 6 Conservation Subsidies; 7 Conclusions; Appendix A: Equations (21) and (22) and Function (23); Appendix B: Equations (25) and (26)

Appendix C: The Lobbying GameAppendix D: Equation (37); References; Environmental Regulations, Abatement and Economic Growth; 1 Introduction; 2 The Model; 3 Analytical Results; 3.1 Derivation of the Canonical System; 3.2 Steady States; 3.3 Stability; 3.4 The Laissez-Faire Scenario and the Introduction of Environmental Policy; 4 Optimal Paths; 4.1 Initial Points with an Equal Level of K and G; 4.2 Initial Points with One Type of Capital Being Dominant; 4.3 Bifurcation Analysis; 5 Conclusion; References; Optimal Control of Growth and Climate Change-Exploration of Scenarios; 1 Introduction

The book examines problems associated with green growth and sustainable development on the basis of recent contributions in economics, natural sciences and applied mathematics, especially optimal control theory. Its main topics include pollution, biodiversity, exhaustible resources and climate change. The integrating framework of the book is dynamic systems theory which offers a common basis for multidisciplinatory research and mathematical tools for solving complicated models, leading to new insights in environmental issues. ?