24 Jun '12, 12pm

Environmental Economics: Let sleeping dogs lie

Mark Trail, 6/23/12 It actually makes me feel kind of bad for Mark Trail, because on most days his “Hmm, I’m being pursued by armed killers, let’s wake up this hibernating grizzly bear, that can only result in positive outcomes” plan would be the most deranged and hilarious thing on the comics page. But not today, my friend. Not today. The comment doesn't totally make sense as it is out of context, the curmudgeon finds other strips more ridiculous. But this strip makes me almost want to start reading Mark Trail on a daily basis. For those of you who might wail that this post is off-topic ... check out this classic grizzly bear economics article: DS Brookshire, LS Eubanks and A Randall, "Estimating option prices and existence values for wildlife resources," Land Economics, 1983 [JSTOR ] I read that paper n+1 times while working on my dissertation. Google Scholar finds 297 c...

Full article: http://www.env-econ.net/2012/06/the-comics-curmudgeon-mos...

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