James G. Workman
Who really owns water, the matrix of life, and how much water we can own, and should have the right and ability to save and trade water we don't use with others in our system for a price we voluntarily negotiate?
Richard Stroup, Jane Shaw
This essay is excerpted from Rational Readings on Environmental Concerns, Jay H.
By Jane S. Shaw
Business Economics January 2005 Evidence of good environmental stewardship is more extensive than most economists and executives recognize. By Jane S. Shaw
Energy & Environment Vol. 16 No. 3&4 2005By Jane S. Shaw
Rocky Mountain News July 9, 2005 By C. Kenneth Orski and Jane S. Shaw
Conference Organized by PERC Klamath Falls, Oregon June 8, 2004 Summary
Terry Anderson, Jane Shaw
This essay explains how the well-accepted principles that explain market behavior and underlie prosperity also explain environmental problems and offer ways to solve them.
In this article prepared for the Institute for Study of Economics and the Environment at Lindenwood University, Jane Shaw discusses how advocacy has replaced good science in many school textbooks, and how it can be changed.