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Fouad Sabry

Natural Resource Economics

What is Natural Resource Economics

Natural resource economics is concerned with the supply and demand of the natural resources that are found on Earth, as well as their distribution. In the field of natural resource economics, one of the primary goals is to gain a deeper comprehension of the function that natural resources play in the economy. This is done with the intention of devising more sustainable approaches to the management of these resources, which will ensure that they are accessible to future generations. Resource economists are concerned with the study of the interactions that occur between economic and natural systems, with the intention of creating an economy that is both sustainable and efficient.

How you will benefit

(I) Insights, and validations about the following topics:

Chapter 1: Natural resource economics

Chapter 2: Metal

Chapter 3: Metallurgy

Chapter 4: Mining

Chapter 5: Cast iron

Chapter 6: Cupronickel

Chapter 7: Group 7 element

Chapter 8: Scrap

Chapter 9: Ferroalloy

Chapter 10: Mining in Japan

Chapter 11: Resource

Chapter 12: Deep sea mining

Chapter 13: Peak copper

Chapter 14: Mineral industry of Kazakhstan

Chapter 15: Mining industry of Russia

Chapter 16: Natural resources of India

Chapter 17: Ferromanganese nodules

Chapter 18: Cobalt

Chapter 19: Peak minerals

Chapter 20: Mining in North Korea

Chapter 21: Critical Raw Materials Act

(II) Answering the public top questions about natural resource economics.

(III) Real world examples for the usage of natural resource economics in many fields.

(IV) Rich glossary featuring over 1200 terms to unlock a comprehensive understanding of natural resource economics. (eBook only).

Who will benefit

Professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, enthusiasts, hobbyists, and those who want to go beyond basic knowledge or information for any kind of natural resource economics.
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