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2016 | 303 | 68-83
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Ekonomia ekologiczna: rewizja teorii ekonomii w świetle koncepcji zrównoważonego rozwoju gospodarczego

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Ecological economics: a revision of economic theory in light of sustainable development
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Zrównoważony rozwój gospodarczy (ZRG) zgodnie z definicją oznacza taki rozwój, który zapewnia zaspokojenie potrzeb obecnej generacji bez ograniczania możliwości zaspokojenia potrzeb przyszłych pokoleń. W myśl najnowszych międzynarodowych ustaleń drogą do jego osiągnięcia ma być zielona gospodarka, w ramach której wzrasta dobrobyt i sprawiedliwość społeczna przy jednoczesnym istotnym ograniczeniu ryzyka, jakie niesie to dla środowiska naturalnego. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest przedstawienie istoty i scharakteryzowanie założeń ekonomii ekologicznej (ecological economics, EE) – nurtu, który za przedmiot swoich badań przyjął właśnie zrównoważony rozwój. Ustalenia ekonomistów ekologicznych zaprezentowane zostały w zestawieniu z punktem widzenia powstałej w ramach szkoły neoklasycznej ekonomii środowiskowej (environmental economics, EŚ).
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Sustainable development (ZRG) means development, that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In accordance with the newest international arrangements sustainable development is going to be achieved by green economy, which results in improved human wellbeing and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. The main objective of this paper is to introduce an essence and to characterize assumptions of ecological economics (EE). Its findings are presented in comparison to the point of view of environmental economics (EŚ) which represents neoclassical school of thought.
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303
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68-83
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Wydział Zarządzania. Katedra Badań Konsumpcji
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2083-8611
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