The Monthly UnEconomist

Archived editions July 1999 to June 2002

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  • May/June 2002 Issue Economic Policy Options to Correct the Failure of Competitive, Free Markets to Correctly Price Recycling versus Garbage Collection/Disposal.
  • March/April 2002 Issue The Pollution Prevention and Biodiversity Enhancing Benefits of Curbside Recycling.
  • January/February 2002 Issue Measuring & Ranking Sustainability of Resource and Product Use at the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Lacey Headquarters Facility.
  • November/December 2001 Issue Density and Per Employeee Disposal of Commercial Waste in Three King County Cities
  • September/October 2001 Issue Zero Waste Economics: Think Globally, Pay Locally
  • July/August 2001 Issue Impacts of Scrap Tire Management Options & Proposed Tire Management Hierarchy
  • June 2001 Issue Residential Curbside Recycling in Washington State Case Study, Part 2
  • May 2001 Issue A Case Study on Internalized vs. Externalized Costs & Benefits for Solid Waste Management Methods: Residential Curbside Recycling in Washington State, Part 1
  • April 2001 Issue Evaluating Externalized Costs in the Management of Discards
  • March 2001 Issue Response to Comments Raised about “Welfare for Waste”
  • February 2001 Issue Tax and Subsidy Barriers to Recycling and Sustainability in Washington State
  • January 2001 Issue Key Economic Concepts for Envisioning Sustainable Management of Discards
  • August 2000 Issue Garbometric Model 4 – Garbage Drop Box Rate Comparisons
  • July 2000 Issue Garbometric Model 3 Commercial Garbage Rate Comparisons
  • June 2000 Issue Garbometric Model 2 – Residential Garbage Rate Comparisons
  • May 2000 Issue Garbometric Model 1 – Garbage Rate Design Based on Contractor Fees
  • April 2000 Issue Recycling vs. Incineration: An Energy Conservation Analysis – Part 3
  • March 2000 Issue Recycling vs. Incineration: An Energy Conservation Analysis – Part 2
  • February 2000 Issue Recycling vs. Incineration: An Energy Conservation Analysis – Part 1
  • January 2000 Issue Waste Generation and Source Reduction
  • November / December 1999 Issue Think Globally, Pay Locally
  • October 1999 Issue It’s not the Seattle Stomp Anymore – Part 2
  • September 1999 Issue It’s not the Seattle Stomp Anymore – Part 1
  • August 1999 Issue Forecasting Recycled Paper Prices
  • July 1999 Issue A Tale of Two Realities