International Journal of Tax Economics and Management

Ecological and Economical Importance of Biodiversity

Author: Husain Munib Kouri | Published on: 30 April, 2019   Page: 12-20

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Abstract
Here the importance of environment in economics are observed. Environmental economics can help to understand some important and controversial issues of environment. It focuses on the monetary value of ecosystems and the costs and benefits of environmental policies.

Keywords
Environment; Evaluation; Economics; Ecology; Pollution.

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Kouri, H., M. (2019), Ecological and Economical Importance of Biodiversity. International Journal of Tax Economics and Management, 2(8), 12-20.

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    Kouri, H., M. (2019) "Ecological and Economical Importance of Biodiversity", International Journal of Tax Economics and Management, 2(8), pp.12-20.

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    Kouri, H., M.. Ecological and Economical Importance of Biodiversity. International Journal of Tax Economics and Management. 2019; 2(8): 12-20.

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    Husain Munib Kouri
    Faculty of Economics & Political Science
    Fayom University
    kourimunibhusain075@gmail.com