Philip Lawn
Philip Lawn
University of Newcastle
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au
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Beyond GDP: Measuring and achieving global genuine progress
I Kubiszewski, R Costanza, C Franco, P Lawn, J Talberth, T Jackson, ...
Ecological economics 93, 57-68, 2013
5802013
A theoretical foundation to support the Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW), Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI), and other related indexes
PA Lawn
Ecological Economics 44 (1), 105-118, 2003
5402003
Toward sustainable development: an ecological economics approach
PA Lawn
CRC Press, 2000
1782000
Has Australia surpassed its optimal macroeconomic scale? Finding out with the aid ofbenefit'andcost'accounts and a sustainable net benefit index
PA Lawn, RD Sanders
Ecological Economics 28 (2), 213-229, 1999
1711999
Sustainable development indicators in ecological economics
PA Lawn
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006
148*2006
An assessment of the valuation methods used to calculate the index of sustainable economic welfare (ISEW), genuine progress indicator (GPI), and sustainable net benefit index …
PA Lawn
Environment, Development and Sustainability 7 (2), 185-208, 2005
1432005
Frontier issues in ecological economics
P Lawn
Books, 2007
832007
Is steady‐state capitalism viable? A review of the issues and an answer in the affirmative
P Lawn
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1219 (1), 1-25, 2011
792011
Sustainable welfare in the Asia-Pacific: studies using the genuine progress indicator
PA Lawn, M Clarke
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008
642008
The end of economic growth? A contracting threshold hypothesis
P Lawn, M Clarke
Ecological economics 69 (11), 2213-2223, 2010
562010
Is measuring genuine progress at the sub-national level useful?
M Clarke, P Lawn
Ecological indicators 8 (5), 573-581, 2008
452008
Scale, prices, and biophysical assessments
PA Lawn
Ecological economics 38 (3), 369-382, 2001
452001
On Georgescu-Roegen's contribution to ecological economics
PA Lawn
Ecological Economics 29 (1), 5-8, 1999
401999
Facilitating the transition to a steady-state economy: Some macroeconomic fundamentals
P Lawn
Ecological Economics 69 (5), 931-936, 2010
362010
Is a democratic–capitalist system compatible with a low-growth or steady-state economy?
P Lawn
Socio-Economic Review 3 (2), 209-232, 2005
342005
Environmental macroeconomics: extending the IS–LM model to include an ‘environmental equilibrium’curve
PA Lawn
Australian economic papers 42 (1), 118-134, 2003
342003
On Heyes' IS–LM–EE proposal to establish an environmental macroeconomics
PA Lawn
Environment and Development Economics 8 (1), 31-56, 2003
332003
Genuine progress in India: some further growth needed in immediate future but population stabilization needed immediately
P Lawn
Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific. Edward Elgar, Northampton, MA, 191-227, 2008
302008
From GDP to GPI: quantifying thirty-five years of development in China
Z Wen, Y Yang, PA Lawn
Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific: Studies Using the Genuine Progress …, 2008
292008
The failure of the ISEW and GPI to fully account for changes in human-health capital—A methodological shortcoming not a theoretical weakness
P Lawn
Ecological economics 88, 167-177, 2013
282013
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