The papers in this conference proceedings address the various conceptual, measurement and statistical policy issues that arise when applying accounting frameworks to the concept of sustainable development.
Chapter 1. Cover and table of contents Chapter
2. Accounting Frameworks for Sustainable Development: What Have We Learnt? Chapter 3. Opening Remarks "The Role of the OECD" Chapter 4. The Role of Institutions in Building Frameworks to Measure Sustainable Development: The Canadian Experience Chapter
5. Accounting for Sustainability Chapter 6. Sustainable National Income and Multiple Indicators for Sustainable Development Chapter 7. Accounting for Sustainable Development: Complementary Monetary and Biophysical Approaches Chapter 8. A Few Remarks
on Methodological Aspects Related to Sustainable Development Chapter 9. Aspects of Sustainability: The Australian Experience. A Capital‐based Sustainability Accounting Framework for Canada. Chapter 10. A Capital‐based Sustainability Accounting
Framework for Canada Chapter 11. A Framework for Estimating Carbon Dioxide Emissions Embodied in International Trade of Goods Chapter 12. Results from the Norwegian Environmental and Economic Accounts and Issues Arising from Comparisons to Other Nordic NAMEA ‐ Air
Emission Systems Chapter 13. Accounting for Sustainable Development: the NAMEA‐based approach Chapter 14. The New Zealand Experience with Environmental Accounting Frameworks in Measuring Inter‐relationships between the Economy, Society and the
Environment Chapter 15. Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting in Italy Chapter 16. The Danish Environmental Accounts with Examples of Its Use Chapter 17. Material Flow Accounts and Balances to Derive a Set of Sustainability Indicators Chapter 18.
The Role of the National Accounts and its Satellite Systems for the German National Strategy for Sustainable Development Chapter 19. The Development of Environmental Accounting Frameworks and Indicators for Measuring Sustainability in Japan Chapter 20. Sustainable Development
Indicators for Sweden: Concepts and Framework Chapter 21. Social Accounting Matrices and Extended Input‐Output Tables Chapter 22. On SAMs According to ESA95 Chapter 23. A Pilot SAM for Italy: Methodology and Results Chapter 24. Using
Environmental Accounts to Promote Sustainable Development: Experiences in Southern Africa