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Saving Energy, Growing Jobs: How Environmental Protection Promotes Economic Growth, Competition, Profitability and Innovation Paperback – January 30, 2007
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Snowe is Republican Senator from Maine.
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Now for the bad news. The structure and style of this book indicate that Goldstein can't decide who is audience is. Most of the text is addressed to environmentalists and business leaders, but in the introduction Goldstein for some reason tries to please a limited academic audience by claiming that professorial literature on his subject matter is prohibitively scarce. Not only does this alienate 99% of Goldstein's audience, but it's also an insincere apology because there has been plenty of academic research on most of the topics here. It's just outside of economics, the discipline that Goldstein almost exclusively cites (and criticizes). For instance, political economy and critical legal studies are loaded with research on the weaknesses and failures of classical economic theory, but none of it is acknowledged by Goldstein in his misguided attempts to build his own theory.Read more ›
I liked Mr. Goldstein's point of view. He brings new ideas and this gentleman knows a lot about both sides of the story: Business and Environment. If you are looking for good tools to help you in a industry/environment discussion, here you are.
This is a very good book if you would like to understand the World of Energy and how to bring solutions to some problems with facts.
I highly recommend it