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Quantifying Economic Sustainability: Implications for Free-Enterprise Theory, Policy, and Practice

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“Quantifying Economic Sustainability: Implications for Free-Enterprise Theory, Policy, and Practice.” Co-authored with Sally J. Goerner and Robert E. Ulanowicz, in Ecological Economics, Vol. 69, n. 1, December 15, 2009

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