Social Costs of Business
Enterprise, 3rd ed.
By K. William Kapp
Revised by Michael Barratt Brown
December 2000; reprint of the 1978 edition
Spokesman Books, UK
$67.50 paper original
This is a classic work dealing with environmental factors and their effects upon business and economic theory. The author challenged the theories that regarded ecological unbalance & profligate waste as marginal considerations.
He recognized the damage and cost resulting from environmental pollution as one of the most fundamental, dangerous & long-run issues that humankind faces. Chapters deal with the costs to business from air and water pollution, soil erosion, the destruction of wildlife, the spoiling of non-renewable resources, occupational diseases, unemployment, and radiation.
Socialist Renewal Library Series
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