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Population and Environment

A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

Volume 22 (2000-2001), issues 1-6
Volume 23 (2001-2002), issues 1-6
Volume 24 (2002-2003), issues 1-3

Международный научный журнал, издаваемый
Kluwer Academic Publishers

В центре внимания журнала - взаимосвязи между населением, с одной стороны, и социальной, культурной и физической средой, с другой. Журнал публикует теоретические и эмпирические статьи, посвященные связям демографических переменных со стилем жизни, законодательством, здоровьем, бизнесом, экономикой, международными отношениями и т.д.

Резюме статей свободно доступны в режиме on-line.

September 2000, Volume 22, Issue 1


pp. 3-41
Problem Solving: Complexity, History, Sustainability
Joseph A. Tainter

pp. 43-62
National Park Policy and Wildlife Problems in Nepal and Bhutan
Klaus Seeland

pp. 63-71
Democracy Cannot Survive Overpopulation
Albert A. Bartlett

pp. 73-81
Race Differences in Sexual Behavior and Their Demographic Implications
Richard Lynn

pp. 83-89
Book Reviews
Henry Harpending

pp. 89-94
Book Reviews
Frank Miele

November 2000, Volume 22, Issue 2


pp. 97-108
Introduction to the Special Issues on Societal Metabolism: Blending New Insights from Complex System Thinking with Old Insights from Biophysical Analyses of the Economic Process
Mario Giampietro, Kozo Mayumi, Joan Martinez-Alier

pp. 109-153
Multiple-Scale Integrated Assessment of Societal Metabolism: Introducing the Approach
Mario Giampietro, Kozo Mayumi

pp. 155-210
Multiple-Scale Integrated Assessments of Societal Metabolism: Integrating Biophysical and Economic Representations Across Scales
Mario Giampietro, Kozo Mayumi

pp. 211-254
Societal Metabolism and Multiple-Scale Integrated Assessment: Empirical Validation and Examples of Application
Gianni Pastore, Mario Giampietro, Kozo Mayumi

January 2001, Volume 22, Issue 3


pp. 257-280 Integrated Assessment of the Recent Economic History of Ecuador
Fander Falconi-Benitez

pp. 281-313 Historical Analysis of Energy Intensity of Spain: From a "Conventional View" to an "Integrated Assessment"
Jesus Ramos-Martin

pp. 315-352 Multiple-Scale Integrated Analysis of Farming Systems: The Thuong Lo Commune (Vietnamese Uplands) Case Study
Tiziano Gomiero, Mario Giampietro

March 2001, Volume 22, Issue 4


pp. 355-363
Immigration: Not a Solution to Problems of Population Decline and Aging
John R. Bermingham

pp. 365-375
Comment on Bermingham's Summary of the U.N.'s Year 2000 Replacement Migration, Is it a Solution to Declining Population and Aging?
Virginia Deane Abernethy

pp. 377-381
Replacement Migration: Is it a Solution to Declining and Aging Populations?
Leon F. Bouvier

pp. 383-389
"Replacement Migration" from the Perspective of Equilibrium Stationary Populations
Thomas J. Espenshade

pp. 391-399
"Replacement Migration": The UN Population Division on European Population Decline
Lindsey Grant

pp. 401-409
Replacement Migration: A Questionable Tactic for Delaying the Inevitable Effects of Fertility Transition
Frederick A. B. Meyerson

pp. 411-423
Soil Nutrient Depletion and Population Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Malthusian Nexus?
Pay Drechsel, Dagmar Kunze, Frits Penning de Vries

pp. 425-438
Altruism and Market-Like Behavior: An Analysis of Willingness to Pay for Recycled Paper Products
Gregory A. Guagnano

pp. 439-464
"Projecting the Future by Looking Over One's Shoulder at the Past": The Milken Institute's One-Sided Analysis of California's Future
B. Meredith Burke

pp. 465-467
Book Reviews: Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries about the Event that Changed History. William Ryan and Walter Pitman. New York: Hardcover: Simon and Schuster, 1998. $20.00, 319 pages. Paperback: Simon and Schuster, 1999. $11.70, 320 pages....
Vincent Sarich

May 2001, Volume 22, Issue 5


pp. 471-501
Emergy Measures of Carrying Capacity to Evaluate Economic Investments
Mark T. Brown, Sergio Ulgiati

pp. 503-522
World Energy Production, Population Growth, and the Road to the Olduvai Gorge
Richard C. Duncan

pp. 523-529
Book Review: The Human Relationship with Nature: Development and Culture. Peter H. Kahn, Jr. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1999. Hardbound, 252 pages including appendices
B. Meredith Burke

July 2001, Volume 22, Issue 6


pp. 533-554
Global Food Markets and Their Local Alternatives: A Socio-Ecological Economic Perspective
Sabine U. O'Hara, Sigrid Stagl

pp. 555-563
An Evolutionary Interpretation of Fertility Decline: New Evidence
Stephen K. Sanderson

pp. 565-580
Multiple Book Review: Four Perspectives on Human Natures: Genes, Cultures, and the Human Prospect. Paul R. Ehrlich. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2000, 531 pp.
Alice L. Clarke, J. Philippe Rushton, Douglas Jones, Henry Harpending

September 2001, Volume 23, Issue 1


pp. 3-5
Editorial Note
Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Christof Amann

pp. 7-47
Beyond IPAT and Kuznets Curves: Globalization as a Vital Factor in Analysing the Environmental Impact of Socio-Economic Metabolism
Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Christof Amann

pp. 49-70
Changes in Population, Affluence, and Environmental Pressures During Industrialization: The Case of Austria 1830-1995
Helmut Haberl, Fridolin Krausmann

pp. 71-104
Social Metabolism and Labour in a Local Context: Changing Environmental Relations on Trinket Island
Simron Jit Singh, Clemens M. Grunbuhel, Heinz Schandl, Niels Schulz

pp. 105-115
Rapid Socio-Economic Transition and Material Flows in Japan
Yuichi Moriguchi

pp. 117-126
A Preliminary Material Input Analysis of China
Xiaoqiu Chen, Lijia Qiao

pp. 127-131
Double Book Review: Two Perspectives on Five Cities: Modelling Asian Urban Population-Environment Dynamics, edited by Gayl Ness with Michael Low. Oxford University Press, 2000, 309 pp.
Richard P. Cincotta, Daniel R. Vining

pp. 133-133 Erratum

November 2001, Volume 23, Issue 2


pp. 137-138
Introduction to Special Issue on Sustainability
Friedrich Hinterberger

pp. 139-156
Changing Industrial Metabolism: Methods for Analysis
Marco A. Janssen, Jeroen C. J. M. van den Bergh, Pieter J. H. van Beukering, Rutger Hoekstra

pp. 157-174
Ecological Economic Policy for Sustainable Development: Potentials and Domains of Intervention for Delinking Approaches
Aldo Femia, Friedrich Hinterberger, Fred Luks

pp. 175-191
The Environmental Kuznets Curve: A Methodological Artefact?
Joachim H. Spangenberg

pp. 193-215
Sustainability Evaluation Frameworks and Alternative Analytical Scenarios of National Economies
Jari Kaivo-oja, Jyrki Luukkanen, Pentti Malaska

pp. 217-238
The EKC Hypothesis Does Not Hold for Direct Material Flows: Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis Tests for Direct Material Flows in Five Industrial Countries
Tomi Seppala, Teemu Haukioja, Jari Kaivo-oja

pp. 239-241
Book Review: Too Many People: The Case for Reducing Growth. Lindsey Grant. Santa Ana, CA: Seven Locks Press, January 2001. Hardbound, $12.95. Softbound, $7.95
Richard Lamm

January 2002, Volume 23, Issue 3


pp. 245-265
Fertility Decline in Former "Asian Tigers"
Virginia Deane Abernethy, Roberto V. Penaloza

pp. 267-284
Demographic Efficiency: Concept and Estimation
Brian J. L. Berry, Heja Kim

pp. 285-302
Measuring Illegal Immigration at US Border Stations by Sampling from a Flow of 500 Million Travelers
Palmer Morrel-Samuels

pp. 303-313
The Assumptions Underlying Eco-Footprinting
Andrew R. B. Ferguson

pp. 315-345
Can Regional Variations in Demographic Structure Explain Regional Differences in Car Use? A Case Study in Austria
Ulf Christian Ewert, Alexia Prskawetz

March 2002, Volume 23, Issue 4


pp. 349-364
Environment, Access to Health Care, and Other Factors Affecting Infant and Child Survival Among the African and Coloured Populations of South Africa, 1989-94
Barbara A. Anderson, John H. Romani, Heston E. Phillips, Johan A. van Zyl

pp. 365-375
Skin Color and Intelligence in African Americans
Richard Lynn

pp. 377-404
Citizenship Acquisition of Post-1965 Asian Immigrants
Philip Q.

pp. 405-418
Assessing the Carrying Capacity of the Florida Keys
Alice L. Clarke

pp. 419-428
Book Review: The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World. Bjorn Lomborg. Cambridge U.K.: Cambridge University Press
David Pimentel

pp. 428-434
Book Review: Who Sprawls Most? How Growth Patterns Differ Across the U.S. William Fulton, Rolf Pendall, Mai Nguyen, and Alicia Harrison. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, July 2001 (www.brook.edu/urban/fulton%2d pendall.htm)
B. Meredith Burke

May 2002, Volume 23, Issue 5


pp. 437-464
Russia Faces Depopulation? Dynamics of Population Decline
Barbara A. Anderson

pp. 465-477
Environmental Refugees? Classifying Human Migrations Caused by Environmental Change
Diane C. Bates

pp. 479-494
Motor Vehicles in China: The Impact of Demographic and Economic Changes
Kevin Riley

pp. 495-497
Book Review: The New Americans: How the Melting Pot Can Work. Michael Barone. Washington, DC: Regnery Press, 2001
William A. V. Clark

July 2002, Volume 23, Issue 6


pp. 501-511
Cross-National Variation in Violent Crime Rates: Race, r-K Theory, and Income
J. Philippe Rushton, Glayde Whitney

pp. 513-524
IQ, Birth Weight, and Number of Sexual Partners in White, African American, and Mixed Race Adolescents
David C. Rowe

pp. 525-540
On the Decline of Marriage in Rural Ireland 1851-1911: The Role of Ecological Constraints and/or Developing Philopatry
J. P. Kent

pp. 541-559
Impact of Changing Cropping Patterns on Man-Animal Conflicts Around Gir Protected Area with Specific Reference to Talala Sub-District, Gujarat, India
S. Vijayan, B. P. Pati

September 2002, Volume 24, Issue 1


pp. 3-13
Introduction to Special Issue: Population, Environment, and Poverty
John B. Cobb Jr.

pp. 15-46
An Ecological Economics Perspective on Sustainability and Prospects for Ending Poverty
William E. Rees

pp. 47-53
Reconciling the Economics of Social Equity and Environmental Sustainability
Herman E. Daly

pp. 55-67
Poverty and Agricultural Policies: We Ain't Winnin' Because the Old Dominant Idea Has a Way of Reasserting Itself
Wes Jackson

pp. 69-96
Population Dynamics: Poverty, Inequality, and Self-Regulating Fertility Rates
Virginia Deane Abernethy

pp. 97-104
A Different Look at the "Population Problem"
Majid Rahnema

pp. 105-108
Book Review: Eugenics: A Reassessment. Richard Lynn. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2001, 367 pp., $85.00
Daniel R. Vining Jr.

November 2002, Volume 24, Issue 2


pp. 111-140
Estimating Ethnic Genetic Interests: Is It Adaptive to Resist Replacement Migration?
Frank Salter

pp. 141-147
Kinship and Population Subdivision
Henry Harpending

pp. 149-182 The Regional Concentration of China's Interprovincial Migration Flows, 1982-90
Jiaosheng He

pp. 183-192
Some Roots of Terrorism
Paul R. Ehrlich, Jianguo Liu

pp. 193-207
Petroleum and People
Colin J. Campbell

pp. 209-214
Skin Color and Intelligence in African Americans: A Reanalysis of Lynn's Data
Mark E. Hill

pp. 215-218
Skin Color and Intelligence in African Americans: A Reply to Hill
Richard Lynn

pp. 219-222
Book Review: Eugenics: A Reassessment. Richard Lynn. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2001, 367 pp. (hardbound), $85.00
Stephen K. Sanderson

January 2003, Volume 24, Issue 3


pp. 225-254
Trajectories of Fertility and Household Composition in the Demographic Profile of the Czech Republic
Jitka Rychtarikova, Abraham Akkerman

pp. 255-272
Environmental Protection, Population Change, and Economic Development in the Rural Western United States
Paul Lorah, Rob Southwick

pp. 273-286
On the Relationship Between Antisocial and Anti-Environmental Behaviors: An Empirical Study
Victor Corral-Verdugo, Martha Frias-Amenta, Daniel Gonzalez-Lomeli

pp. 287-290
Book Review: Why Sex Matters: A Darwinian Look at Human Behavior. Bobbi Low. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-691-02895-8. 412 pp., $60.00
Iver Mysterud

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