Social Environment for Change

  • Alec Cairncross
  • Herbert Giersch
  • Alexandre Lamfalussy
  • Giuseppe Petrilli
  • Pierre Uri


Material prosperity is not an objective to be pursued at any price. There are qualitative aspects which cannot be ignored. Indeed, there are three major and complementary aspects that need to be considered, the first of which was discussed in the previous chapter.


European Community Member Country Migrant Worker Regional Policy Social Progress 
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Notes and References

  1. 3.
    D. H. Meadows et al, The Limits of Growth (New York: Potomac Associates, 1972).Google Scholar
  2. W. D. Nordhaus, ‘World Dynamics: Measurement without Data’, Economic Journal, London, December 1973.Google Scholar
  3. Also see H. Berg, Zur Funktionsfähigkeit der Europäischen Wirtschaftsgemeinshaft (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1972)Google Scholar
  4. Wilfred Beckermann, ‘Economists, Scientists and Environmental Catastrophe’, Oxford Economic Papers, Oxford, No. 24, 1972.Google Scholar
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    Harry G. Johnson, Man and his Environment (London, Washington and Montreal: British-North American Committee, 1973).Google Scholar
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    J. H. Dales, Pollution, Property and Prices (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968).Google Scholar
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    see Giuseppe Petrilli, ‘Community Ecological Policy: Consequences of Action to Improve the Environment on Industrial Development’, The Science of the Total Environment Amsterdam, No. 1, 1972–73.Google Scholar
  8. Allen V. Kneese, Sidney Rolfe and Joseph Harned (eds.), Managing the Environment: International Economic Cooperation and Pollution Control (New York: Praeger, 1971)Google Scholar
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    For a discussion of social policy issues, see Rapport sur la Capacité Concurrentielle de la Communauté Européenne par un Group de Travail Instituté par la Commission, Uri Report (Brussels: Commission of the European Community, 1971).Google Scholar
  11. 10.
    See Pierre Uri, L’Europe se gaspille (Paris: Hachette Littérature, 1974), pp. 341–42.Google Scholar

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© Institut für Weltwirtschaft an der Universität Kiel 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alec Cairncross
  • Herbert Giersch
  • Alexandre Lamfalussy
  • Giuseppe Petrilli
  • Pierre Uri

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