Discussion Paper Series, University of Heidelberg, Department of Economics 392
Neo-Austrian modelling is still a relatively unfamiliar technique to many ecological economists, although there is now a significant body of published work on the method and its applications. In this paper we aim to introduce the method, offering a rather brief sketch of its history, indicating how neo-Austrian models are constructed and can be applied to environmental issues, and giving a hint on some of its wider applications. We also show relationships to neoclassical growth theory.
Neo-Austrian Capital Theory Modelling Ecological Economics Environmental Economics Input-Output-Analysis Innovation