Dum satsning på uøkonomisk vækst (Stupid aim at un-economic growth): Onder og Goder (Bads and Goods)

Publication: CommunicationNewspaper article – Annual report year: 2010

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Dum satsning på uøkonomisk vækst (Stupid aim at un-economic growth) : Onder og Goder (Bads and Goods). / Nørgaard, Jørgen.

In: Politiken. 2009 ; (29. May), 01 January 2009.

Publication: CommunicationNewspaper article – Annual report year: 2010

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Nørgaard, Jørgen / Dum satsning på uøkonomisk vækst (Stupid aim at un-economic growth) : Onder og Goder (Bads and Goods).

In: Politiken, No. 29. May, 2009.

Publication: CommunicationNewspaper article – Annual report year: 2010

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N2 - The recession has resulted in a decline in energy use, which seems to disprove an often claimed de-coupling between the GDP and energy use. This points towards a reduction in GDP as a means to mitigate climate change, especially if the growth in GDP turns out to be un-economic growth in the sense that the overall cost exceeds the benefits, as suggested as suggested by the economist Herman Daly. For Denmark the vast majority express a preference for lower working time over more income and consumption. This points towards halting or reversing the growth in GDP as real no-cost measure in climate policy.

AB - The recession has resulted in a decline in energy use, which seems to disprove an often claimed de-coupling between the GDP and energy use. This points towards a reduction in GDP as a means to mitigate climate change, especially if the growth in GDP turns out to be un-economic growth in the sense that the overall cost exceeds the benefits, as suggested as suggested by the economist Herman Daly. For Denmark the vast majority express a preference for lower working time over more income and consumption. This points towards halting or reversing the growth in GDP as real no-cost measure in climate policy.

KW - Economic growth, environment, climate change, working time

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JO - Politiken

JF - Politiken

SN - 0907-1814

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