Books and Publications

BOOKS

 

  1. Ayres, R.U., The bubble economy. 2014 Boston MA: MIT Press. 170.
  2. Ayres, R.U. and E.H. Ayres, Crossing the energy divide: Moving from fossil fuel dependence to a clean-energy future. 2010, Upper Saddle River NJ: Wharton School Publishing.
  3. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, On the reappraisal of microeconomics: Economic growth and change in a material world. 2006, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton MA, US: Edward Elgar. 232pp.
  4. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and I. Råde, The life cycle of copper; Its coproducts and byproducts. Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science, ed. A. Tukker. Vol. 13. 2003, Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 265.
  5. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Accounting for resources 2: The life cycle of materials. 1999, Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA: Edward Elgar.
  6. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Accounting for resources 1: Economy-wide applications of mass-balance principles to materials and waste. 1998, Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA: Edward Elgar.
  7. Ayres, R.U., Turning point: An end to the growth paradigm. 1998, London: Earthscan Publications Ltd.
  8. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Industrial ecology: Closing the materials cycle. 1996, Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA: Edward Elgar.
  9. Ayres, R.U., Information, entropy and progress. 1994, New York: American Institute of Physics.
  10. Ayres, R.U., Computer integrated manufacturing: Revolution in progress. Vol. I. 1991, London: Chapman and Hall.
  11. Ayres, R.U., et al., Robotics and flexible manufacturing technologies: Assessment, impacts and forecast. 1985, Park Ridge NJ: Noyes Publications.
  12. Ayres, R.U., The next industrial revolution: Reviving industry through innovation. 1984, Cambridge MA: Ballinger Publishing Company.
  13. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Robotics: Applications and social implications. 1983, Cambridge MA: Ballinger Publishing Company.
  14. Ayres, R.U., Uncertain futures: Challenge for decision-makers. 1979, New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  15. Ayres, R.U., Resources, environment and economics: Applications of the materials/energy balance principle. 1978, New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  16. Ayres, R.U. and R.A. McKenna, Alternatives to the internal combustion engine. 1972, Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  17. Kneese, A.V., R.U. Ayres, and R.C. d’Arge, Economics and the environment: A materials balance approach. 1970, Baltimore MD: RFF Press distributed by Johns Hopkins University Press. 136.
  18. Ayres, R.U., Technological forecasting and long-range planning. 1969, New York: McGraw-Hill.
  19. Ayres, R.U. and et al, Hypercryogenics. 1965, New York: Plenum Press

 

EDITED BOOKS

 

  1. Gleich, A.V., R.U. Ayres, and S. Gössling-Reisemann, eds. Sustainable Metals Management. Eco-efficiency in Industry and Science, ed. A. Tukker. Vol. 19. 2006, Springer: Dordrecht. 607.
  2. Simpson, D.S., M.A. Toman, and R.U. Ayres, eds. Scarcity and growth in the new millenium. 2005, Johns Hopkins University Press for Resources for the Future Inc.: Baltimore MD.
  3. Cleveland, C.J., R.U. (Associate Editor) Ayres, and et al, eds. Encyclopedia of Energy. ed. C.J. Cleveland. 2004, Elsevier Academic Press: San Diego CA.
  4. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, eds. Handbook of Industrial Ecology. 2002, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA.
  5. Ayres, R.U., K. Button, and P. Nijkamp, eds. Global aspects of the environment. Environmental Analysis and Economic Policy. Vol. 1. 1999, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham UK and Lyme MA.
  6. Ayres, R.U. and P.M. Weaver, eds. Eco-restructuring: Implications for sustainable development. 1998, United Nations University Press: Tokyo.
  7. Ayres, R.U. and U.E. Simonis, eds. Industrial metabolism: Restructuring for sustainable development. 1994, United Nations University Press: Tokyo.
  8. Ayres, R.U., ed. Industrial metabolism: Closing the materials cycle. The principles of clean production, ed. T. Jackson. 1993, Lewis Publishers: London.
  9. Ayres, R.U., W. Haywood, and Y. Tchijov, eds. The diffusion of computer integrated manufacturing technologies: Models, case studies and forecasts. CIM. Vol. III. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London.
  10. Ayres, R.U., et al., eds. Computer integrated manufacturing systems and technology: The past, the present and the future. CIM. Vol. II. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London.
  11. Ayres, R.U., et al., eds. Computer integrated manufacturing: Economic and social impacts. CIM. Vol. IV. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London.
  12. Vasko, T., R.U. Ayres, and L. Fontvieille, eds. Life cycles and long waves. 1990, Springer-Verlag: Berlin.

 

BOOK SECTION

 

  1. Ayres, R.U., L. Talens Peiro, and G. Villalba Mendez, Recycling rare metals, in Handbook of Recycling, E. Worrell and et al, Editors. 2013 in Press, Elsevier. p. Chapter 4.
  2. Ayres, R.U., Growth in a bind, in Confronting Scarcity: Managing Water, Energy and Land for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth. Third European Development Report, A. Guarin, Editor. 2012, European Commission: Brussels.
  3. Ayres, R.U., The fog of economics, in Heterodox Economics: Alternative Approaches to the Current Eco-social Crises, J.-F. Gerber and R. Steppacher, Editors. 2011, Palgrave-Macmillan: London.
  4. Ayres, R.U., Renewable energy technologies and their growing role in energy systems, in Technology and Innovation Report 2011: Powering Development with Renewable Energy Technologies, P.G. Sampath, Editor. 2011, UNCTAD: Geneva. p. 21-48.
  5. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, Energy efficiency and economic growth: The “rebound effect” as a driver, in Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Consumption, H. Herring and S. Sorrell, Editors. 2009, Palgrave Macmillan: London. p. 121-137.
  6. Ayres, R.U. and B. Warr, Energy efficiency and economic growth: The “rebound effect” as a driver, in Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Consumption: The Rebound Effect, H. Herring and S. Sorrell, Editors. 2009, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. p. 296.
  7. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, Accounting for growth; The role of physical work, in Recent Developments in Ecological Economics, J. Martinez-Alier and I. Røpke, Editors. 2008, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham UK and Lyme MA.
  8. Ayres, R.U., Energy and economic growth, in Sustainable Energy Production and Consumption: Benefits, Strategies and Environmental Costing, S. Ulgiati, Editor. 2008, Springer.
  9. Casten, T.R. and R.U. Ayres, Energy myth #8: The US energy system is environmentally and economically optimal, in Energy and American Society: Thirteen Myths, B. Sovacool and M. Brown, Editors. 2007, Springer: New York.
  10. Ayres, R.U., Did the fifth K-wave begin in 1990-1992? Has it been aborted by globalization?, in Kondratieff Waves, Warfare, and World Security, T.C. Devezas, Editor. 2006, IOS Press: Amsterdam. p. 57-71.
  11. Simpson, D.S., M.A. Toman, and R.U. Ayres, Chapter I Introduction, in Scarcity and Growth Revisited: Natural resources and the environment in the new millennium, D.S. Simpson, M.A. Toman, and R.U. Ayres, Editors. 2005, Johns Hopkins Press for Resources for the Future, Inc.: Baltimore MD.
  12. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and A. Masini, An application of exergy analysis for five basic metals industries, in Sustainable Metals Managment, A.v. Gleich, R.U. Ayres, and S. Gössling-Reisemann, Editors. 2005, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
  13. Ayres, R.U., Resources, scarcity, technology and growth, in Scarcity and Growth in the New Millennium, D.S. Simpson, M.A. Toman, and R.U. Ayres, Editors. 2005, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore MD.
  14. Ayres, R.U. and A. Masini, Exergy: Reference States and Balance Conditions, in Encyclopedia of Energy, the, C.J. Cleveland, Editor. 2004, Elsevier: Dordrecht, the Netherlands. p. 633-640.
  15. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and B.S. Warr, Is the US economy dematerializing? Main indicators and drivers, in Economics of industrial ecology: Materials, structural change and spatial scales, M.A. Janssen and J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh, Editors. 2004, MIT Press: Cambridge MA.
  16. Ayres, R.U., Thermodynamics and economics; overview, in Encyclopedia of Energy, C.J. Cleveland, Editor. 2004, Elsevier: Amsterdam.
  17. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and I. Råde, The behavior of copper, lead and zinc in soil, in The Life Cycle of Copper, Its Co-Products and Byproducts. 2003, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht. p. 201-210.
  18. Ayres, R.U., Environmental Statistics: Draft Guidelines for Statistics on Material/Energy Balances, Report prepared for the Secretary General, UN Economic and Social Council, Statistical Commission, New Delhi, E/CN.3/492 p.1-33, in Green Accounting, P.B.a.E. Seifert, Editor. 2003, Ashgate.
  19. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, Economic growth models and the role of physical resources, in Unveiling wealth: On money, quality of life, and sustainability, P. Bartelmus, Editor. 2002, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht/Boston/London. p. 171-188.
  20. Ayres, R.U., Minimizing waste emissions from the built environment: Towards the zero emissions house, in Construction Ecology: Nature as a Basis for Green Buildings, C.J. Kibert, Editor. 2002, Taylor Francis Ltd/Span Press: London.
  21. Ayres, R.U., On Industrial Ecosystems, in A Handbook of Industrial Ecology, R.U. Ayres and L.W. Ayres, Editors. 2002, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA. p. 44-59.
  22. Ayres, R.U., Exergy Flows in the Economy: Efficiency and Dematerialization, in A Handbook of Industrial Ecology, R.U. Ayres and L.W. Ayres, Editors. 2002, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA. p. 185-201.
  23. Ayres, R.U., The need for a new growth paradigm, in The Economics of Nature and the Nature of Economics, C.J. Cleveland, R. Costanza, and D.I. Stern, Editors. 2001, Academic Press: San Diego CA. p. Chapter 6.
  24. Ayres, R.U., Sustainability vs Unsustainability, in Technology, Humans and Society: Toward a Sustainable World, R. Dorf, Editor. 2001, Academic Press: San Diego CA. p. 84-89.
  25. Ayres, R.U., Material Implications of Sustainability, in International Conference on Sustainable Future of the Global System, F.C. Lo, Editor. 2001, UNU Press: Tokyo.
  26. Ayres, R.U., Manufacturing, in The Encyclopedia of Global Change; Environmental Change and Human Society, A.S. Goudy and D.J.a. Cuff, Editors. 2001, Oxford University Press: New York and London. p. 49-55.
  27. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism, in The Encyclopedia of Global Change; Environmental Change and Human Society, A.S. Goudy and D.J.a. Cuff, Editors. 2001, Oxford University Press: New York and London. p. 663-668.
  28. Ayres, R.U., Industrial ecology, in The Encyclopedia of Global Change, A.S. Goudy and D.J.a. Cuff, Editors. 2001, Oxford University Press: New York and London. p. 651-658.
  29. Ayres, R.U., Eco-efficiency, in Responding to Global Environmental Change. 2001, John Wiley and Sons: New York.
  30. Ayres, R.U., Industrial ecology: Depreciation, waste and pollution, in Frontiers of Environmental Economics, H. Folmer, et al., Editors. 2000, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton MA. p. 214-249.
  31. Ayres, R.U., On Green Technology: A Framework for Evaluation, in Innovation-oriented Environmental Regulation: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Analysis, J. Hemmelskamp, F. Leone, and K. Rennings, Editors. 2000, Physica-Verlag: Heidelberg and New York.
  32. Ayres, R.U., Environmental Concerns and Sustainable Industrial Development, in Report on World Industry in the Coming Decades: Industrial Development Global Report. 2000, UNIDO: Vienna.
  33. Ayres, R.U., Ecology vs economics: Confusing production and consumption, in Cybernetics, Ecology and Bioeconomics. 2000, Cybernetics Academy: Milan, Italy.
  34. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Use of materials balances to estimate aggregate waste generation in the US (excluding chemicals), in Measures of environmental performance and ecosystem condition, P. Schultz, Editor. 1999, National Academy Press: Washington DC. p. 96-156.
  35. Ayres, R.U., Forecasting and scenario analysis: Socioeconomic modeling and forecasting, in Proceedings of the Pro-futures Workshop: Scenario Building Convergences and Differences, May 1997. 1999, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (ITPS): Seville, Spain.
  36. Rohatgi, P., K. Rohagi, and R.U. Ayres, Materials futures: Pollution prevention, recycling, and improved functionality, in Eco-restructuring: Implications for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and P.M. Weaver, Editors. 1998, United Nations University Press: Tokyo. p. 149-179.
  37. Ayres, R.U., The rationale for a physical account of economic activities, in Managing a material, P. Vellinga, F. Berhout, and J. Gupta, Editors. 1998, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. p. 1-20.
  38. Ayres, R.U., The future of materials, in Eco-restructuring: Implications for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and P.M. Weaver, Editors. 1998, United Nations University Press: Tokyo.
  39. Ayres, R.U., Materials, economics and the environment, in Handbook of Resource economics, J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh, Editor. 1998, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA. p. 867-894.
  40. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism: Work in progress, in Theory and implementation of economics models for sustainable development, J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh and M.W. Hofkes, Editors. 1998, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. p. 195-228.
  41. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism, the materials cycle and global change, in The sustainable future of the global system, F.-C. Lo, Editor. 1998, United Nations University Press: Tokyo.
  42. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism and the grand nutrient cycles, in Handbook of resource economics, J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh, Editor. 1998, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA. p. 912-945.
  43. Ayres, R.U., Eco-restructuring: The transition to an ecologically sustainable economy, in Eco-restructuring: Implications for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and P.M. Weaver, Editors. 1998, United Nations University Press: Tokyo.
  44. Ayres, R.U., et al., Electronic grade silicon (EGS) for semiconductors, in Industrial ecology: Closing the materials cycle, R.U. Ayres and L.W. Ayres, Editors. 1996, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Lyme MA. p. 180-204.
  45. Ayres, R.U., The economics of Factor Four, in Would a Sustainable Development be Feasible without Fundamental Changes in Economic Structure? 1996, Dutch Council for the Environment: The Hague, The Netherlands. p. 35-56.
  46. Ayres, R.U., Technological innovation, in The encyclopedia of the future, G.T. Kurian and M.G.T. T., Editors. 1996, Macmillan Library Reference USA: New York.
  47. Ayres, R.U., Research and development, in The encyclopedia of the future, G.T. Kurian and M.G.T. T., Editors. 1996, Macmillan Library Reference USA: New York.
  48. Ayres, R.U., Primary-secondary-tertiary-quaternary economy, in The encyclopedia for the environment, R.A. Eblen and W.R. Eblen, Editors. 1996, Houghton Mifflin: New York.
  49. Ayres, R.U., Materials balance, in The encyclopedia for the environment, R.A. Eblen and W.R. Eblen, Editors. 1996, Houghton Mifflin: New York.
  50. Ayres, R.U., Intellectual property, in The encyclopedia of the future, G.T. Kurian and M.G.T. T., Editors. 1996, Macmillan Library Reference USA: New York.
  51. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism, in The encyclopedia for the environment, R.A. Eblen and W.R. Eblen, Editors. 1996, Houghton Mifflin: New York.
  52. Ayres, R.U. and I. Nair, Thermodynamics and economics, in A survey of ecological economics, R. Krishnari, J.M. Harris, and N.R. Goodwin, Editors. 1995, Island Press: Covelo NY.
  53. Ayres, R.U., Overcoming the ‘cowboy economy’, in Overcoming indifference: Ten key challenges in today’s changing world, K. Schwab, Editor. 1995, New York University Press: New York.
  54. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism, in A survey of ecological economics, R. Krishnari, J.M. Harris, and N.R. Goodwin, Editors. 1995, Island Press: Covelo NY.
  55. Ayres, R.U. and U.E. Simonis, Introduction, in Industrial metabolism; restructuring for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and U.E. Simonis, Editors. 1994, United Nations University Press: Tokyo. p. XI.
  56. Ayres, R.U., W.H. Schlesinger, and R.H. Socolow, Human impacts on the carbon and nitrogen cycles, in Industrial ecology and global change, R.H. Socolow, et al., Editors. 1994, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge MA. p. 121-156.
  57. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, A non-equilibrium evolutionary economic theory, in Thermodynamics and economics, B. S. and J. Foster, Editors. 1994, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. p. 73-98.
  58. Ayres, R.U. and A. Hammond, Industry, in World resources 1994-95. 1994, Oxford University Press: New York. p. 213-222.
  59. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and J.A. Tarr, An historical reconstruction of carbon monoxide and methane emissions in the United States, 1880-1980, in Industrial metabolism; restructuring for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and U.E. Simonis, Editors. 1994, United Nations University Press: Tokyo. p. 194-238.
  60. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Consumptive uses and losses of toxic heavy metals in the United States, 1880-1980, in Industrial metabolism; restructuring for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and U.E. Simonis, Editors. 1994, United Nations University Press: Tokyo. p. 259-298.
  61. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism: Theory and policy, in Industrial metabolism; restructuring for sustainable development, R.U. Ayres and U.E. Simonis, Editors. 1994, United Nations University Press: Tokyo. p. 3-20.
  62. Ayres, R.U. and J. Walter, Assessing regional damage costs from global warming, in The regions and global warming: Impacts and response strategies, Schmandt, Editor. 1993, Oxford University Press: London.
  63. Ayres, R.U. and A.Z. Rose, The need for higher resolution in the economic analysis of global warming: An assessment and expanded research agenda, in Global climate change: Implications, challenges and mitigation measures, S.J. Majumdar, et al., Editors. 1993, Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences: Pennsylvania.
  64. Ayres, R.U., Materials/energy flows and balances as a component of environmental statistics, in Proceedings of IARIW special conference on environmental accounting, Baden, Austria, May 27-29, 1991, A. Franz, C. Stahmer, and S. Ficki, Editors. 1993, Austrian Statistical Society: Vienna.
  65. Tarr, J.A. and R.U. Ayres, The Hudson-Rarritan Basin, in The Earth as Transformed by Human Action, N.L.T. II, Editor. 1991, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
  66. Ayres, R.U. and E. Zuscovitch, Introduction, in Computer integrated manufacturing: Economic and social impacts, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 1.
  67. Ayres, R.U. and H.-J. Warnecke, Integration of pre-manufacturing and manufacturing, in Computer integrated manufacturing: The past, the present and the future, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 6.
  68. Ayres, R.U., J.-P. Ranta, and H.-J. Warnecke, Flexible metalworking technologies, in Computer integrated manufacturing: The past, the present and the future, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 7.
  69. Ayres, R.U. and V. Raju, Diffusion of CIM technologies, in The diffusion of computer integrated manufacturing technologies: Models, case studies and forecasts, R.U. Ayres and W. Haywood, Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 10.
  70. Ayres, R.U. and S. Mori, CIM and employment: Labor substitutability, in Computer integrated manufacturing: Economic and social impacts, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 13.
  71. Ayres, R.U. and K.-H. Ebel, Human factors in CIM, in Computer integrated manufacturing: The past, the present and the future, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 11.
  72. Ayres, R.U. and L. Bodda, Labor productivity and CIM, in Computer integrated manufacturing: Economic and social impacts, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 2.
  73. Ayres, R.U., No regrets options for greenhouse gas abatement, in A comprehensive approach to climate change, H. Hanush, Editor. 1991, Center for International Climate and Energy Research: Oslo, Norway. p. 122-139.
  74. Ayres, R.U., Technometrics: The relevance of measures, in Rat race dynamics and crazy companies: The diffusion of technologies and social behavior, R.U. Ayres, A. Gruebler, and N. Nakicenovic, Editors. 1991, Springer-Verlag: Berlin.
  75. Ayres, R.U., Technological progress and nonlinear dynamics, in Proceedings of the international symposium on evolutionary dynamics and nonlinear economics, april 1989, Chen and Day, Editors. 1991, Oxford University Press: London.
  76. Ayres, R.U., Information, computers, CIM and productivity, in Technology and productivity: The challenge for economic policy, Bell and Weinert, Editors. 1991, OECD: Paris. p. Part 3.
  77. Ayres, R.U., History of programmable automation, in Computer integrated manufacturing: The past, the present and the future, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 2.
  78. Ayres, R.U., History of mechanization, in Computer integrated manufacturing: The past, the present and the future, R.U. Ayres, et al., Editors. 1991, Chapman and Hall: London. p. Chapter 1.
  79. Ayres, R.U., Energy conservation in the industrial sector, in Energy and the environment in the 21st century, J.W. Tester, D.O. Wood, and N.A. Ferrari, Editors. 1991, MIT Press: Cambridge MA. p. 357-370.
  80. Ayres, R.U. and J.A. Tarr, Environmental change in the Hudson river basin and the Hudson-Raritan estuary, in The earth as transformed by human action, B.H.I. Turner, et al., Editors. 1990, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. p. 623-640.
  81. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, Externalities: Economics and thermodynamics, in Economy and ecology: Towards sustainable development, F. Archibugi and P. Nijkamp, Editors. 1989, Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands. p. 89-118.
  82. Ayres, R.U., The barrier breakthrough model of innovation and the life-cycle model of industrial evolution as applied to the US. electrical industry, in Knowledge and Industrial Organization, A.E. Andersson, D.F. Batten, and C. Karlsson, Editors. 1989, Springer-Verlag: Berlin.
  83. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism, in Technology and environment, J. Ausubel and H.E. Sladovich, Editors. 1989, National Academy Press: Washington DC.
  84. Ayres, R.U., Global Effects of nuclear exchange, in Global climate change: Human and natural influences, Singer, Editor. 1989, Paragon House: New York. p. 303-326.
  85. Ayres, R.U., Robotics, employment impact, in Encyclopedia of robotics, R.C. Dorf, Editor. 1988, John Wiley and Sons: New York. p. 419-436.
  86. Ayres, R.U., S.R. Rod, and F.C. McMichael, Measuring toxic chemicals in the environment: A materials balance approach, in Toxic chemicals, health and the environment, L. Lave and Upton, Editors. 1987, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore MD. p. 38-70.
  87. Ayres, R.U., The future of robotics: A meta review (Italian translation), in Prometheus 5: Futuro possible, A. Forti and P. Bisogne, Editors. 1987.
  88. Ayres, R.U., The entropy trap: Is it avoidable?, in East Asian culture and development, Kaplan, Editor. 1986, Paragon House: New York.
  89. Ayres, R.U., Materials and the environment, in Encyclopedia of materials science and engineering, Bever, Editor. 1986, Pergamon Press: Oxford, UK. p. 2765-2772.
  90. Ayres, R.U., CIM and the next industrial revolution, in Competitiveness through technology: What business needs from government, Dermer, Editor. 1986, Lexington Books: New York.
  91. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Socioeconomic impacts of industrial robotics: An overview, in Handbook of industrial robotics, S.Y. Nof, Editor. 1985, John Wiley and Sons: New York.
  92. Ayres, R.U., The robotics society, in Robotics and flexible manufacturing technologies assessment, impacts and forecast, R.U. Ayres and et al, Editors. 1985, Noyes Publications: Park Ridge NJ. p. Chapter 1.
  93. Ayres, R.U., The automated society, in Robotics, Minsky, Editor. 1985, Omni Press: New York. p. Chapter 8.
  94. Ayres, R.U., Changing manufacturing technology, in Robotics and foreign affairs – a symposium, Morrison and Bendahmane, Editors. 1985, Foreign Service Institute United States Department of State: Washington DC.
  95. Ayres, R.U., K. Subrahmanian, and A. Werner, Energy efficiency in the chemical industry, in Beyond the energy crisis: Opportunity and challenge, Fazzolare and Smith, Editors. 1981, Pergamon Press: Oxford, UK.
  96. Ayres, R.U., C. Bloyd, and J. Molburg, Future developments in fossil energy resources and technology, 1980-2000, in Long range environmental outlook. 1979, National Research Council/ Academy of Sciences: Washington DC.
  97. Ayres, R.U., Public goods, efficiency and environmental statistics, in Econometric contributions to public policy, R. Stone, Editor. 1977, St. Martin’s Press: New York.
  98. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, The sustainable economy, in Frontiers in social thought, essays in honor of Kenneth E. Boulding, M. Pfaff, Editor. 1976, North Holland: Amsterdam.
  99. Ayres, R.U., Environmental Statistics: Draft Guidelines for Statistics on Materials/Energy Balances: Report of the Secretary General, UN Economic and Socail Council, Statistical Commission, New Delhi, E/CN.3/492, in Green Accounting, P.B.a.E. Seifert, Editor. 1976, Ashgate. p. 111-149.
  100. Ayres, R.U. and J. Cummings-Saxton, The materials-process-product model: Theory and applications, in Mineral materials modeling – a state-of-the-art review, W. Vogeley, Editor. 1975, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore MD. p. 178-244.
  101. Ayres, R.U., Fortress America or a world of hope? Technology, in Isolation or independence? today’s choices for tomorrow’s world, Kaplan, Editor. 1975, Free Press: New York.
  102. Ayres, R.U., Environmental statistics: Draft guidelines for statistics on material/energy balances, in Green Accounting, P. Bartelmus and E.K. Seifert, Editors. 1973 [2003], Ashgate: Aldershot, UK and Burlington VT. p. 76-111.
  103. Ayres, R.U. and M.O. Stern, Transportation outlays: Who pays and who benefits?, in The incidence of the net benefits of government spending programs, McGaffney, Editor. 1973, University of Wisconsin Press: Madison WI.
  104. Ayres, R.U., W. Jack, and S.C. Simon, Technology assessment and policy-making in the United States, in Technology assessment in a dynamic environment, M.M. Cetron and Batocha, Editors. 1973, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers: London.
  105. Ayres, R.U. and I. Gutmanis, Technological change, pollution and treatment cost coefficients in input-output analysis, in Population, resources, and the environment, R.G. Ridker, Editor. 1972, United States Government Printing Office: Washington DC.
  106. Ayres, R.U., A materials-process-model, in Environmental quality analysis: Theoretical and methodological studies in the social sciences, A.V. Kneese and B. Bower, Editors. 1972, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore MD.
  107. Ayres, R.U., R.A. McKenna, and M.L. Walker, Evaluation of new urban transportation systems, in Highway research record, no. 367: New transportation systems and concepts. 1971, National Research Council: Washington DC.
  108. Ayres, R.U., M.J. Cetron, and C. Ralph, A model for resource allocation in materials processing in R&D, in Industrial application of technological forecasting and its use in R&D management. 1971, John Wiley and Sons: New York.
  109. Ayres, R.U., The technological revolution, in To nurture humanness. 1970, National Education Association: Washington DC.
  110. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, Pollution and environmental quality, in The quality of urban development, Perloff, Editor. 1968, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore MD.
  111. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, Environmental pollution, in Federal programs for the development of human resources. 1968, Joint Economic Committee, US. Congress: Washington DC.
  112. Ayres, R.U., Forecasting by the envelop curve technique, in Technological forecasting for business and government, J.R. Bright, Editor. 1968, Prentice-Hall: New York.
  113. Ayres, R.U., The many body problem, in Encyclopedic dictionary of physics. 1959, Pergamon Press: London.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

  1. von Weiszaecker, E.U. and R.U. Ayres, Boosting resource productivity: Creating ping-pong dynamics between resource productivity and resource prices. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transoitions, 2013. 9: p. 48-55.
  2. Ayres, R.U., et al., The Underestimated contribution of energy to economic growth. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2013. 27: p. 79-88.
  3. Ayres, R.U., L. Talens Peiro, and G. Villalba Mendez, Lithium: sources, production, uses and recovery outlook. The Journal of Metals (JOM), 2013. 65(8), 986-99665(8), 986-996(65(8), 986-996): p. 65(8), 986-996.
  4. Ayres, R.U., L. Talens Peiro, and G. Villalba Mendez, Material flow analysis of scarce by-product metals: sources, end-uses and aspects for future supply. . Environmental Science & Technology, 2013. 47 (6): p. 2939-2947.
  5. Ayres, R.U. and L. Talens Peiro, Material efficiency: rare and critical metals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 2013. 371(1986 20110563 ).
  6. Ayres, R.U., The economic growth enigma: Capital, labor and useful energy. Energy Policy, 2013.
  7. Ayres, R.U., L. Talens Peiro, and G. Villalba Mendez, Exergy efficiency in industry: where do we stand? Environmental Science and Technology, 2011. 45 (24): p. 10634-10641.
  8. Warr, B.S., et al., Energy use and economic development; A comparative analysis of useful work supply in Austria, Japan, the United Kingdom and the US during 100 years of economic growth. Ecological Economics, 2010. 69: p. 1904-1917.
  9. Warr, B.S. and R.U. Ayres, Evidence of causality between the quantity and quality of energy consumption and economic growth. Energy: The International Journal, 2010. 35: p. 1688-1693.
  10. Kuemmel, R., R.U. Ayres, and D. Lindenberger, Thermodynamic laws, economic methods and the productive power of energy. Journal of Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics, 2010. 35: p. 145-181.
  11. Williams, E., B.S. Warr, and R.U. Ayres, Efficiency dilution: Long-term exergy conversion trends in Japan. Environmental Science and Technology, 2008. 42(13): p. 4964-4970.
  12. Warr, B.S., E. Williams, and R.U. Ayres, Efficiency dilution: Long-term exergy conversion trends in Japan. Environmental Science and Technology, 2008. 42: p. 4964-4970.
  13. Warr, B.S., H. Schandl, and R.U. Ayres, Long term trends in resource exergy consumption and useful work supplies in the UK, 1900 to 2000. Ecological Economics, 2008. 68(1-2): p. 126-140.
  14. Villalba, G., et al., Global phosphorus flows in the industrial economy from a production perspective. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2008. 12(4): p. 557-569.
  15. Liu, Y., et al., Global Phosphorus Flows and Environmental Impacts from a Consumption Perspective. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2008. 12(2): p. 229-247.
  16. Li, J. and R.U. Ayres, Economic growth and development: Towards a catchup model. Environmental & Resource Economics, 2008. 40(1).
  17. Ayres, R.U., Sustainability economics: Where do we stand? Ecological Economics, 2008. 67(2): p. 281-310.
  18. Villalba, G., R.U. Ayres, and H. Schroder, Accounting for fluorine: Production, uses and losses. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2007. 11(1): p. 85-102.
  19. Liu, Y., et al., Comparative Analysis of Phosphorus Use within National and Local Economies in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2007. 51(2): p. 454-474.
  20. Ayres, R.U., H. Turton, and T.R. Casten, Energy efficiency, sustainability and economic growth. Energy, 2007. 32: p. 634-648.
  21. Warr, B.S. and R.U. Ayres, The MEET-REXS model. Structural Change & Economic Dynamics, 2006. 17: p. 329-378.
  22. Ayres, R.U., Turning point: The end of exponential growth. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2006. 73: p. 1188-1203.
  23. Ayres, R.U., On the practical limits to substitution. Ecological Economics, 2006. 61(1): p. 115-128.
  24. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, Accounting for growth: The role of physical work. Structural Change & Economic Dynamics, 2005. 16(2): p. 181-209.
  25. Ayres, R.U. and J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh, A theory of economic growth with material/energy resources and dematerialization: Interaction of three growth mechanisms. Ecological Economics, 2005. 55(1): p. 96-118.
  26. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and V. Pokrovski, On the efficiency of US electricity usage since 1900. Energy, 2005. 30: p. 1092-1145.
  27. Ayres, R.U. and E. Williams, The digital society: Where do we stand? Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2004. 71(4): p. 315-339.
  28. Ayres, R.U., The Economic Conundrum of an Aging Population. WorldWatch, 2004. Sept.-Oct.: p. 45-49.
  29. Ayres, R.U., On the life cycle metaphor: where ecology and economics diverge. Ecological Economics, 2004. 48(4): p. 425-438.
  30. Williams, E., M. Heller, and R.U. Ayres, The 1.7 kg Microchip: Energy and Material Use in the Production of Semiconductor Devices. Environmental Science and Technology, 2003. 36(24): p. 5504-5510.
  31. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and B.S. Warr, Exergy, power and work in the US economy, 1900-1998. Energy, 2003. 28(3): p. 219-273.
  32. Ayres, R.U., On Coates. Information technology and future employment. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2002. 69(6): p. 539-542.
  33. Ayres, R.U., J. Gowdy, and J.C.J.M.v.d. Bergh, Weak vs. strong sustainability. Environmental Ethics, 2001. 23(2): p. 155-168.
  34. Ayres, R.U. and L.A. Febre-Domene, Nitrogen’s role in industrial systems. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2001. 5(unknown): p. 77-103.
  35. Ayres, R.U., B. Anderson, and J. Holmberg, Materials and the Global Environment: Waste Mining in the 21st Century. MRS Bulletin, 2001: p. 477-480.
  36. Ayres, R.U., The minimum complexity of endogenous growth models: The role of physical resource flows. Energy – The International Journal, 2001. 26(9): p. 817-838.
  37. Ayres, R.U., On growth in disequilibrium. Indian Journal of Applied Economics, 2001. Special Issue on Micro/Macro Economics(unknown).
  38. Ferrer, G. and R.U. Ayres, The impact of remanufacturing in the economy. Ecological Economics, 2000. 32(3): p. 413-429.
  39. Ayres, R.U. and U. Simonis, Organismus Undustriesystem. Olitische Oekologie, 2000. 62: p. 43-45.
  40. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, The life cycle of chlorine: Part IV: Accounting for persistent cyclic organo-chlorines. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2000. IV(1): p. 123-132.
  41. Ayres, R.U., On forecasting discontinuities. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2000. 65(1): p. 81-97.
  42. Ayres, R.U., Commentary on the utility of the ecological footprint concept. Ecological Economics, 2000. 32: p. 347-349.
  43. Ayres, R.U., The second law, the fourth law, recycling and limits to growth. Ecological Economics, 1999. 29(3): p. 473-483.
  44. Ayres, R.U., What have we learned? Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1999. 62: p. 9-12.
  45. Ayres, R.U., Technological progress: A proposed measure. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1999. 59: p. 213-233.
  46. Ayres, R.U., Economic assumptions in need of renovation. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1999. 62: p. 115-117.
  47. Ayres, R.U., K. Martinás, and L.W. Ayres, Exergy, waste accounting and life cycle analysis. Energy, 1998. 23(5): p. 355-363.
  48. Ayres, R.U. and P. Frankl, Toward a nonpolluting energy system. Environmental Science and Technology, 1998. 32(17): p. 408-410.
  49. Ayres, R.U., The price-value paradox. Ecological Economics, 1998. 25(1): p. 17-19.
  50. Ayres, R.U., Eco-thermodynamics: economics and the second law. Ecological Economics, 1998. 26(2): p. 189-209.
  51. Ayres, R.U., Viewpoint: Toward a zero-emission economy. Environmental Science and Technology, 1998. 32(15): p. 366-367.
  52. Ayres, R.U., Towards a disequilibrium theory of economic growth. Environmental and Resource Economics, 1998. 11(Special Issue 3/4): p. 289-300.
  53. Ayres, R.U., The value-price paradox. Journal of Ecological Economics, 1998. 25: p. 17-19.
  54. Ayres, R.U., The life cycle of chlorine: Part III: Accounting for final use. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 1998. II(2): p. 65-89.
  55. Ayres, R.U., G. Ferrer, and T. Van Leynseele, Eco-efficiency, asset recovery and remanufacturing. European Management Journal, 1997. 15(5).
  56. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, The life cycle of chlorine: Part II; Conversion processes and use in the European chemical industry. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 1997. I(2): p. 93-115.
  57. Ayres, R.U., Le Progres Oui, Mais Plus Comme Avant. L’ Expansion Management Review, 1997(January): p. 54-65.
  58. Ayres, R.U., The life cycle of chlorine: Part I; Chlorine production and the chlorine-mercury connection. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 1997. I(1): p. 81-94.
  59. Ayres, R.U., The Kuznets curve and the life cycle analogy. Structural Change & Economic Dynamics, 1997. 8: p. 413-426.
  60. Ayres, R.U., Metals recycling: Economic and environmental implications. Resource Conservation and Recycling, 1997. 21: p. 145-173.
  61. Ayres, R.U., Integrated assessment of the grand nutrient cycles. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 1997(2): p. 107-128.
  62. Ayres, R.U., Environmental market failures: Are there any local market-based corrective mechanisms for global problems? Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1997.
  63. Ayres, R.U., Entropy: Comments on Georgescu-Roegen. Ecological Economics, 1997. 22(3): p. 285-287.
  64. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Wealth accumulation and economic progress. Evolutionary Economics, 1996. 6(4).
  65. Ayres, R.U. and R. Axtell, Foresight as a survival characteristic: When (if ever) does the long view pay? Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1996. 51(1).
  66. Ayres, R.U., Statistical measures of unsustainability. Ecological Economics, 1996. 16(3): p. 239-255.
  67. Ayres, R.U., Limits to the growth paradigm. Ecological Economics, 1996. 19(2): p. 117-134.
  68. Ayres, R.U., Technology, progress and economic growth. European Management Journal, 1996. 14(6): p. 562-575.
  69. Ayres, R.U., Economic growth: Politically necessary but not environmentally friendly. Ecological Economics, 1996. 15: p. 97-99.
  70. Ayres, R.U., Creating industrial ecosystems: A viable management strategy? International Journal of Technology Management, 1996. 12(5/6): p. 608-624.
  71. Ayres, R.U., Book review: Environmental economics and natural resource management in developing countries. Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy, 1996. 6(2): p. 113-114.
  72. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Waste potential entropy: The ultimate ecotoxic? Economie Applique, 1995. XLVIII(2): p. 95-120.
  73. Ayres, R.U., Economic growth: politically necessary but not environmentally friendly. Ecological Economics, 1995. 15(2): p. 97-99.
  74. Ayres, R.U., Thermodynamics and process analysis for future economic scenarios. Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics, 1995. 6: p. 207-230.
  75. Ayres, R.U., Life cycle analysis: A critique. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 1995. 14: p. 199-223.
  76. Ayres, R.U., Towards a nonlinear dynamics of technological progress. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 1994. 24: p. 35-69.
  77. Ayres, R.U., The real futures market. First Magazine, 1994. 8(2).
  78. Ayres, R.U., Technological trends. National Forum: The Phi Kappa Phi Journal, 1994. LXXIV(2).
  79. Ayres, R.U., On economic disequilibrium and free lunch. Environmental and Resource Economics, 1994. 4: p. 435-454.
  80. Ayres, R.U. and D. Butcher, The flexible factory revisited. American Scientist, 1993(September/October).
  81. Ayres, R.U., Cowboys, cornucopians and long-run sustainability. Ecological Economics, 1993. 8(3): p. 189-207.
  82. Ayres, R.U., Commentary: Cowboys, cornucopians and long-run sustainability. Ecological Economics, 1993. 8: p. 189-207.
  83. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Learning from experience and the life cycle: Some analytic implications. Technovation, 1992. 12(7): p. 465-486.
  84. Ayres, R.U., The energy policy debate: A case of conflicting paradigms. World Energy Council Journal, 1992(July): p. 29-44.
  85. Ayres, R.U., Optimizing industrial use of heavy metals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1992. 89(February): p. 815-820.
  86. Ayres, R.U. and J. Walter, The greenhouse effect: Damages, costs and abatement. Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics, 1991. 1(1): p. 1-37.
  87. Ayres, R.U., A. Gruebler, and N. Nakicenovic, From democracy to chain saws: New perspectives on innovation diffusion. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1991. 39(1-2).
  88. Ayres, R.U. and I. Ezekoye, Competition and complementarity in diffusion: The case of octane. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1991. 39(1-2): p. 145-158.
  89. Ayres, R.U., Evolutionary economics and environmental imperatives. Structural Change & Economic Dynamics, 1991. 2(2).
  90. Ayres, R.U., CIM: Challenge to technology management. International Journal of Technological Management, 1991. 2nd Annual Special Issue(Spring).
  91. Ayres, R.U. and E. Zuscovitch, Technology and information: Chain reactions and sustainable economic growth. Technovation, 1990.
  92. Ayres, R.U.e., Impacts of robotics on manufacturing. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1989. 35(2-3).
  93. Ayres, R.U. and S. Mori, Time preference and the life cycle: The logic of long-term high risk vs. short-term low risk investment. European Journal of Operations Research, 1989. 38(3): p. 329-349.
  94. Ayres, R.U., The future of forecasting. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1989. 36(1): p. 49-60.
  95. Ayres, R.U., Technology forecast for CIM. Manufacturing Review, 1989. 2(1): p. 43-52.
  96. Ayres, R.U., Technological transformations and long waves. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1989. 36(3).
  97. Ayres, R.U., Industrial metabolism and global change. International Social Science Journal, 1989. 121.
  98. Ayres, R.U. and J.L. Funk, The role of machine sensing in CIM. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 1988. 5(1): p. 55-71.
  99. Ayres, R.U., US competitiveness in manufacturing. Management and Decision Economics, 1988.
  100. Ayres, R.U., Technology: The wealth of nations. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1988. 33: p. 189-201.
  101. Ayres, R.U., Self organization in biology and economics. International Journal on the Unity of the Sciences, 1988. 1(3).
  102. Ayres, R.U., Optimal growth paths with exhaustible resources: An information-based model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 1988. 15(4): p. 439-461.
  103. Ayres, R.U., Future trends in factory automation. Manufacturing Review, 1988. 1(2): p. 93-103.
  104. Ayres, R.U., Complexity, reliability and design: Manufacturing implications. Manufacturing Review, 1988. 1(1): p. 26-35.
  105. Ayres, R.U., Barriers and breakthroughs: An expanding frontiers model of the technology industry life cycle. Technovation, 1988(7): p. 87-115.
  106. Ayres, R.U. and M. Sandilya, Utility maximization and catastrophe aversion. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 1987(14): p. 337-370.
  107. Ayres, R.U. and P.K. Rohatgi, Bhopal: Lessons for technological decision makers. Technology in Society, 1987(9): p. 19-45.
  108. Ayres, R.U. and M. Sandilya, Catastrophe avoidance and risk aversion. Theory and Decision, 1986. 20: p. 63-78.
  109. Ayres, R.U. and S.R. Rod, Patterns of pollution in the Hudson-Raritan basin. Environment, 1986. 28(4): p. 14-43.
  110. Ayres, R.U., The man-machine interface. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1986. 29(2): p. 99-118.
  111. Ayres, R.U., Technological protection and piracy: Some implications for policy. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1986. 30: p. 5-18.
  112. Ayres, R.U. and W.A. Steger, Rejuvenating the life cycle concept: New strategic options created by flexible automation. Journal of Business Strategy, 1985. 6(1).
  113. Ayres, R.U., Social technology and economic development. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1985. 28(1): p. 141-157.
  114. Ayres, R.U., Empirical measures of technological change at the sectoral level. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1985. 27(1-2).
  115. Ayres, R.U., A Schumpeterian model of technological change. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1985. 27(4).
  116. Ayres, R.U. and I. Nair, Thermodynamics and economics. Physics Today, 1984. 37(November): p. 62-71.
  117. Ayres, R.U., N. Cappell, and S.M. Miller, Developing a methodology to predict the potential for substituting robots for humans in assembly tasks. Manufacturing Systems, 1984. 13(1): p. 26-52.
  118. Ayres, R.U., Limits and possibilities of large-scale, long-range models. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1984. 26(1).
  119. Ayres, R.U., Improving the scientific basis of decision-making. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1984. 26(2).
  120. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Robotic realities: Overview of prospects and problems. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1983(Fall).
  121. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Robotics, CAM and industrial productivity: Evaluating the impacts of flexible technologies on the economics of batch production. National Productivity Review, 1982. 1(1).
  122. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Robotics and conservation of human resources. Technology in Society, 1982. 4: p. 181-197.
  123. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, Industrial robots on the line. Technology Review, 1981. 85(4): p. 35-45.
  124. Ayres, R.U. and S.M. Miller, The role of technological change and resource constraints on an optimal growth path. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 1980(7): p. 353-371.
  125. Ayres, R.U., Growth, risk and technological choice. Technology in Society, 1980. II(November).
  126. Ayres, R.U. and A. Shapanka, The use of explicit technological forecasts in long-range input-output models. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1976.
  127. Ayres, R.U., A. Shapanka, and M.O. Stern, A phenomenological model for forecasting the substitution of one technology for another. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1975.
  128. Ayres, R.U. and S.B. Noble, Economic impact of mass production of alternative low emissions automotive power systems. APCA Journal, 1974. 24(3): p. 216-224.
  129. Stern, M.O., R.U. Ayres, and J. Cummings-Saxton, Tax strategies for industrial pollution abatement. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers: Transaction on Systems, Men and Cybernetics, 1973. SMC-3(6): p. 588-603.
  130. Ayres, R.U., J. Cummings-Saxton, and M.O. Stern, Tax strategies for industrial pollution abatement. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 1972(December).
  131. Ayres, R.U., On the sustenance of technological innovation. Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 1972. 3: p. 273-278.
  132. Ayres, R.U., Individual versus mass transportation: Feasibility of substitution. Transportation Planning and Technology, 1972. 1: p. 107-113.
  133. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, Economic and ecological effects of a stationary economy. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 1971. 2(April).
  134. Ayres, R.U., Technological innovation and the economy. Innovation, 1971. 17(January).
  135. Ayres, R.U. and A.V. Kneese, Production, consumption and externalities. American Economic Review, 1969. 59(June): p. 282-297.
  136. Ayres, R.U., Air pollution in cities. Natural Resources Journal, 1969. 9.
  137. Ayres, R.U., Alternative nonpolluting power sources. SAE Journal, 1968(December): p. 40-80.
  138. Ayres, R.U., Food. Science Journal, 1967(October): p. 100-106.
  139. Ayres, R.U., W.R. Hornyak, and et al, A new semi-empirical mass formula. Nuclear Physics, 1962. 29(2).
  140. Ayres, R.U., Acceleration of rigid, conducting, diamagnetic bodies by a magnetic field. Journal of Applied Physics, 1961. 32(8): p. 1519-1556.
  141. Ayres, R.U., Distribution functions and quantum statistics. Physical Review, 1960. 120(5): p. 1557-1571.
  142. Ayres, R.U., Variational approach to the many body problem. Physical Review, 1958. 111(6): p. 1453-1460.
  143. Ayres, R.U. and R.H. Tredgold, On the crystal structure of rare gases. Proceedings of the Physical Society, 1956. LXIX(B): p. 840.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND IIASA RESEARCH REPORTS

 

  1. Ayres, R.U., A.A. Krasovskii, and A.M. Tarasiev. Nonlinear stabilizers of economic growth under exhausting energy resources. in IFAC Workshop “Control Applications of Optimization” CAO ’09. 2009. University of Jyvaskla, Finland.
  2. Ayres, R.U. The end of the growth paradigm. in L’environnement au XXI siecle. 2000. Paris: Germes.
  3. Ayres, R.U. Products as service carriers: Should we kill the messenger – or send it back? in Proceedings of the International Conference on Zero Emissions in Industrialized Society. 1999. Tokyo: United Nations University.
  4. Ayres, R.U. El crecimiento economico sostenible: un dificil desafio. in Ekomi Gerizan. 1999. Bilbao, Spain: Beristain Extabe.
  5. Ayres, R.U. Waste exergy as a measure of potential harm. in Proceedings of the International Workshop on Advances in Energy Studies: Energy Flows in Ecology and Economy. 1998. Porto Venere, Italy: MUSIS, Rome.
  6. Ayres, R.U. Turning point lecture. in Forum for the Future. 1998. London: Forum for the Future.
  7. Ayres, R.U. Lean economy initiative: Domestic tradeable quotas. 1998. Brussels: Brussels.
  8. Ayres, R.U. Industrial ecology: Wealth, depreciation and waste. in Airlie House Conference. 1998. Airlie VA: University of Pennsylvania.
  9. Ayres, R.U. Future forum: Turning point. in Symposium at Chatham House. 1998. London: Forum for the Future.
  10. Ayres, R.U. Ecology vs economics: Confusing production and consumption. in Proceedings of a Conference on Cybernetics, Ecology and Bioeconomics. 1998. Palma de Mallorca, Spain: Dragan Foundation.
  11. Ayres, R.U. Turning point: The end of the growth paradigm. in Proceedings of conference on the environment in the 21st century: environment long-term governance and democracy. 1996. Frontevraud, France: Frontevraud France.
  12. Ayres, R.U. The need for a new growth paradigm. in IEEE Conference. 1996. Washington DC: IEEE.
  13. Ayres, R.U. Achieving eco-efficiency in business. in Report Of The World Business Council For Sustainable Development. 1995. Antwerp, Belgium: Second Antwerp Eco-Efficiency Workshop.
  14. Ayres, R.U. Technology, competitiveness and the environment. in Annual Meeting. 1994. Davos, Switzerland: World Economic Forum.
  15. Ayres, R.U. Industrial metabolic systems integration: The black triangle. in Proceedings of the international symposium on sustainability: Where do we stand? 1994. Graz, Austria: Technische Universitat.
  16. Ayres, R.U. and P.M. Weaver. The case for proactive risk management. in Proceedings of the Sandoz/INSEAD workshop on environmental risk: Liability or opportunity. 1993. Fontainebleau, France: INSEAD.
  17. Ayres, R.U. Transboundary air pollution: An opportunity for innovation. in Conference on Transboundary Air Pollution. 1993. Delft, The Netherlands: RAND/AC.
  18. Ayres, R.U. Technological forecasting: An economic approach. in International Conference on Forecasting. 1993. Philadelphia PA.
  19. Ayres, R.U., H. Beckers, and R. Qassim. Industry and wastes. in An agenda of science for environment and development into the 21st century. 1991. Vienna: Cambridge University Press.
  20. Ayres, R.U. Commentary on Mohr’s paper. in Environmental scarcity: The international dimension. 1991. Tuebingen, Germany: Paul Siebeck.
  21. Ayres, R.U. A systems view of third world debt. in Conference. 1991. Abisko, Sweden.
  22. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Self-organization of markets and the approach to equilibrium. 1990, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  23. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, A computable economic progress function. 1990, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  24. Ayres, R.U. and J.-P. Ranta. Factors governing the evolution and diffusion of CIM. in Proceedings of the 3rd IFAC MMS conference. 1989. New York: Pergamon Press.
  25. Ayres, R.U., et al., Industrial metabolism, the environment, and application of materials-balance principles for selected chemicals. 1989, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  26. Ayres, R.U., Energy inefficiency in the US economy: A new case for conservatism. 1989, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  27. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and C. Bespolka, International commodity trade and development strategy. 1988, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  28. Ayres, R.U., H.-U. Brautsch, and S. Mori, Computer integrated manufacturing and employment: Methodological problems of estimating the employment effects of CIM application on the macro-economic level. 1987, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  29. Ayres, R.U., The industry-technology life cycle: An integrating meta-model? 1987, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  30. Ayres, R.U., The economic benefits of computer integrated manufacturing. 1987, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  31. Ayres, R.U., Manufacturing and human labor as information processes. 1987, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Laxenburg, Austria.
  32. Ayres, R.U. Industrial policies: An analysis. in Economic impact. 1985. Washington DC: United States Information Agency.
  33. Ayres, R.U. The future of robotics: A meta review. in Scientific forecasting and human needs: Methods, trends and message. 1984. London: Pergamon Press.
  34. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and et al. Future energy consumption in the industrial chemical industry. in The chemical industry DOE/CS/40151-1. 1983. Washington DC: United States Department of Energy.
  35. Ayres, R.U., L. Lynn, and S.M. Miller. Technology transfer in the robotics industry. in Proceedings of the 1st US – Japan technological exchange symposium. 1982.
  36. Ayres, R.U. Coalplex: An integrated energy/resources system concept. in UNEP Seminar on Environmental Aspects of Technology Assessment. 1982. Geneva: United Nations, Geneva.
  37. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres. Transportation energy use in OECD countries. in New energy conservation technologies and their commercialization; proceeding of IEA conference. 1981. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  38. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and P. Patterson. Uncertain transportation energy futures: US compared with other regions of the world, 1970-2000. in Changing energy use futures. 1979. New York: Pergamon Press.
  39. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and D. Criswell. Economic consideration in space industrialization. in Space manufacturing facilities. 1979.
  40. Ayres, R.U. and A. Cooperstock. The future development of ocean resources. in VIII Colloque Sur L’Exploitation des Oceans. 1978. Paris.
  41. Ayres, R.U. and M. Narkus-Kramer. An assessment of methodologies for estimating national energy efficiency. in ASME Winter Meeting, 76-WA/TS-4. 1976. New York City: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
  42. Ayres, R.U. Technology and materials substitution. in Materials technology — 1976. 1976. Washington DC: Washington DC.
  43. Ayres, R.U. A taxonomy of environmental models. in Conference on environmental modeling and simulation. 1976.
  44. Ayres, R.U. Increasing efficiency of energy utilization by intermediate process substitution. in Conference on systems, man and cybernetics. 1975. Dallas TX: Dallas TX.
  45. Ayres, R.U. Input-output in the environmental protection agency’s strategic environmental assessment system (SEAS). in 6th International Conference on Input-Output Techniques. 1974. Vienna.
  46. Ayres, R.U., A. Shapanka, and K. Humes. An approach to priorities. in Candidates and priorities for technology assessment. 1973. Washington DC: Office of Exploratory Research and Problem Assessment Research Applications Directorate, National Science Foundation.
  47. Ayres, R.U. and F.E.K. Britton. Social and economic implications of low emission vehicles. in International conference on transportation and the environment (transpo). 1972. Washington DC.
  48. Ayres, R.U. and M.O. Stern. Models for management of the urban environment. in International cooperation conference. 1971.
  49. Ayres, R.U. Future of innovation: technology in the 21st century. in Annual Meeting; Symposium on Technology and Growth in a Resource-Limited World. 1971. New York: American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  50. Ayres, R.U. External combustion engines for automotive applications. in Design Engineering Conference. 1968. Detroit MI: American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

 

 

REPORTS

 

  1. Ayres, R.U., et al., Report on Sustainable Industry. 2010, UNEP: Paris, Geneva.
  2. Lindenberger, D., et al., Macro- and micro- economic production functions. 2008: Wuerzburg, Germany.
  3. Kuemmel, R., et al., Economic equilibrium and technological constraints. 2008: Wuerzburg, Germany.
  4. Kuemmel, R., R.U. Ayres, and D. Lindenberger, Technological constraints and shadow prices. 2008: Wuerzburg, Germany.
  5. Casten, T.R. and R.U. Ayres, Energy conservation in the recycling economy. 2007, InterAcademy Council: Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  6. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, On the importance of exergy and useful work in the economy: US and Japan 1900-2004. 2007, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  7. Ayres, R.U. and et al, Integrating technology diffusion micro-models for assessing sustainable development policy options (IMAD). 1998, INSEAD with CIRED France, University of Rome, and National Technical University of Athens: Fontainebleau, France.
  8. Ayres, R.U., Technology, energy and materials. 1998, Research Center for Economic Policy, Erasmus University: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  9. Ayres, R.U., Industrial ecology and the environment: Applications to the New York Harbor. 1998, Workshop of the New York Academy of Sciences: New York.
  10. Ayres, R.U. and et al, Operational indicators for progress towards sustainability. 1996, INSEAD with Institute for Applied Environmental Economics the Hague, Technische Universitat Graz and Wuppertal Institute: Fontainebleau, France.
  11. Ayres, R.U. and r. et al, Report of the world business council for sustainable development, 2nd Antwerp eco-efficiency workshop. 1995, WBCSD: Antwerp, Belgium.
  12. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and A. Hahn, Industrial metabolism of selected toxic organic chemicals. 1995, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  13. Ayres, R.U., et al., Materials-optimization in the production of major finished materials. 1995, Center for the Management of Environmental Resources of INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  14. Ayres, R.U., Chemistry in construction technology. 1994, Forum Engelberg: Switzerland.
  15. Ayres, R.U. and S. Cleland, Sectoral study on the capital goods industry: Machine tools and agricultural machinery. 1988, United Nations Commission on Trade and Development: Geneva.
  16. Ayres, R.U., et al., An historical reconstruction of major pollutant levels in the Hudson-Raritan basin 1800-1980. 1988, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): Rockville MD.
  17. Ayres, R.U., et al., Impacts of world development on selected characteristics of the atmosphere: An integrative approach. 1987, Resources for the Future: Washington DC.
  18. Ayres, R.U., Socioeconomic impacts of robotics. 1986, Carnegie-Mellon University: Pittsburgh PA.
  19. Ayres, R.U., Automation and competitiveness of multinationals in Brazil. 1985, ILO/UNDP, Projeto Social do Desenvolvimento: Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  20. Ayres, R.U. and et al, An approach for stimulating the growth of small and medium-sized manufacturing firms in the Pittsburgh area. 1984, Pittsburgh Countywide Corporation and Allegheny County Department of Development: Pittsburgh PA.
  21. Ayres, R.U. and et al, An inventory of computer integrated manufacturing systems. 1983, Carnegie-Mellon University: Pittsburgh PA.
  22. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Technology transfer, market share and economic growth. 1982, Variflex Corporation: Pittsburgh PA.
  23. Ayres, R.U. and W.A. Steger, Assessing public and private sector roles in implementing the coalplex concept. 1981, Consad Research Corporation: Pittsburgh PA.
  24. Ayres, R.U., R.G. Ridker, and W.D.J. Watson, Alternative future scenarios for the sps comparative assessment. 1980, Argonne National Laboratory EES Division: Chicago.
  25. Ayres, R.U., R.B. Hoffman, and et al, The process encyclopedia: A conceptual framework. 1979, Statistics Canada: Ottawa, Canada.
  26. Ayres, R.U. and R.R. Hibbard, Closed-loop control, 3-way catalyst automotive emission system costs and issues. 1979, Delta Research Corporation: Arlington VA.
  27. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, World transportation/energy demand 1975-2000, revised Variflex model projections. 1979, Variflex Corporation: Washington DC.
  28. Ayres, R.U., R.M. Kerchner, and G.E. Pugh, Decision simulation as a tool for economic preparedness planning. a prototype system for the steel industry. 1978, Decision Science Applications Inc.: Arlington VA.
  29. Ayres, R.U., J. Cummings-Saxton, and E. Weinstein, Assessment of methodologies for indirect impact assessment. 1978, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  30. Ayres, R.U., S.D. Collier, and J. Lewis, An international study of economic benefits attributable to R&D by source and sector of performance. 1978, Delta Research Corporation: Arlington VA.
  31. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Estimates of the weight of materials consumed by select industrial sectors in relation to value added and total value of product. 1978, Variflex Corporation: Washington DC.
  32. Ayres, R.U., Worldwide transportation/energy demand forecast: 1975-2000. 1978, Delta Research Corporation: Arlington VA.
  33. Ayres, R.U., Worldwide study of the iron and steel industry: Part 3; external impact assessment. 1978, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, International Center for Industrial Study: Vienna.
  34. Ayres, R.U., Worldwide study of the iron and steel industry: Part 2; technological change in the steel industry. 1978, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, International Center for Industrial Study: Vienna.
  35. Ayres, R.U., Worldwide study of the iron and steel industry: Part 1; a forecast of demand for steel to the year 2000. 1978, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, International Center for Industrial Study: Vienna.
  36. Ayres, R.U., Worldwide study of the iron and steel industry. 1978, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, International Center for Industrial Study: Vienna.
  37. Ayres, R.U., Process classification for the industrial material sector. 1978, United Nations Statistical Office: New York.
  38. Ayres, R.U., J. Cummings-Saxton, and et al, Economic impacts of chlorofluorocarbon propelled aerosols. 1977, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  39. Ayres, R.U., Development of a baseline scenario for Canada. 1977, Delta Research Corporation.
  40. Ayres, R.U., M. Narkus-Kramer, and A.L. Watson, An analysis of resource recovery and waste reduction using SEAS. 1976, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  41. Ayres, R.U., R. Doggett, and et al, Automobile forecasting models. 1976, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  42. Ayres, R.U., The need for an integrated materials/energy balance statistical system (MEBSS). 1976, United Nations Statistical Office: New York.
  43. Ayres, R.U., T. Betlach, and C. Decker, The potential for energy conservation with particular application to personal transportation and space heating. 1975, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  44. Ayres, R.U., World auto study to 1995. 1975, Business International Corporation: New York.
  45. Ayres, R.U., Macro-economic issues for the year 2000. 1975, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  46. Taylor, T.B. and R.U. Ayres, Oekonomische und Oekologische Konzequenzen einer energiepolitischen Konzeption (weltweit). 1974, Bundesministerium des Innern: Bonn, FRG. p. 124.
  47. Ayres, R.U. and T.B. Taylor, Economic and ecological consequences of changing patterns of energy production and utilization. 1974, Federal Republic of Germany Ministry of the Interior: Bonn, Germany.
  48. Ayres, R.U., D. Robertson, and A. Shapanka, Critical materials: A problem assessment. 1974, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  49. Ayres, R.U., J. Cummings-Saxton, and M.O. Stern, Materials-process-product model: a feasibility demonstration based on the bottle manufacturing industry. 1974, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  50. Ayres, R.U., Preliminary description of materials/energy balance statistical subsystem (MEBSS). 1974, United Nations Statistical Office: New York.
  51. Ayres, R.U., A phased program for development of international guidelines of environmental statistics. 1973, United Nations Statistical Office: New York.
  52. Ayres, R.U. and M.O. Stern, An activity analysis approach to project feasibility analysis for industrial development. 1972, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  53. Ayres, R.U. and S.B. Noble, Materials scarcity and substitution. 1972, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  54. Ayres, R.U., L.W. Ayres, and et al, Effects of technological change on, and environmental implications of, an input-output analysis for the United States 1967-2020. 1971, International Research and Technology Corporation: Washington DC.
  55. Ayres, R.U., W.F.B.J. Smith, and W.A.P. Meyer, A statistical approach to describing vehicle driving cycles. 1969, International Automotive Engineering Congress.
  56. Ayres, R.U. and R.H. Aten, Urban patterns in the year 2000. 1969, Institute for Management Science College of Logistics.
  57. Ayres, R.U. and R.A. McKenna, Technology and urban transportation: Environmental quality considerations. 1968, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  58. Ayres, R.U. and G. Owens, The statistics and dynamics of variable width moving belt as an accelerating/decelerating device. 1967, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  59. Ayres, R.U., Stability of bio-system in sea water. 1967, Columbia University Hudson Laboratory: Tarrytown NY.
  60. Ayres, R.U., Review of federally sponsored research related to emergency planning. 1967, National Academy of Sciences Advisory Committee on Emergency Planning: Washington DC.
  61. Ayres, R.U., New transportation techniques in Europe. 1967, OECD: Paris.
  62. Ayres, R.U., Technological prospects for world food production. 1966, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  63. Ayres, R.U., On damage assessment models. 1966, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  64. Ayres, R.U., Models of post attack economy. 1966, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  65. Ayres, R.U., Environmental effects of nuclear war. 1966, Hudson Institute: Croton-on-Hudson NY.
  66. Ayres, R.U., Containment of plasma in a cusp magnetic bottle. 1961, G. C. Dewey Corporation: New York.
  67. Ayres, R.U., An improved plasma accelerator. 1961, G. C. Dewey Corporation: New York.
  68. Ayres, R.U., Synthesis of non-uniform transmission line. 1958, Bell Telephone Laboratories: Murray Hill NJ.
  69. Ayres, R.U., Non-uniform transmission line as matching section. 1958, Bell Telephone Laboratories: Murray Hill NJ.

 

 

 

NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, WORKING PAPERS AND MISCELLANY

 

  1. Ayres, R.U., Shale Oil and Gas – A Contrarian View, in Forbes. 2013.
  2. Ayres, R.U., The end of exponential growth: Why (real) growth may end soon, in Rotman. 2007. p. 18-22.
  3. Ayres, R.U., The energy we overlook, in Worldwatch. 2001. p. 30-39.
  4. Ayres, R.U., How economists have misjudged global warning, in Worldwatch. 2001. p. 12-25.
  5. Ayres, R.U., Resources, scarcity, growth and the environment. 2001, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  6. Ayres, R.U., Industrial ecology: Depreciation, waste and pollution. 1998, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  7. Ayres, R.U., Theoretical growth models vs. real world evidence: Implications for greenhouse gas policy. 1998, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  8. Ayres, R.U., Towards zero emissions: Is there a feasible path? 1997, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  9. Ayres, R.U., Turning point: The end to the growth paradigm. 1996, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  10. Ayres, R.U., Life cycle analysis and materials/energy forecasting models. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  11. Ayres, R.U., On national wealth. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  12. Ayres, R.U., Socioeconomic modeling and forecasting. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  13. Ayres, R.U., People are the nation’s real resources, in Philadelphia Inquirer. 1986: Philadelphia PA.
  14. Ayres, R.U., Fermion correlation: A variational approach to quantum statistical mechanics, in Physics. 1958, Kings College, University of London: London. p. 120.
  15. Ayres, R.U. and R. Axtell, Economics, thermodynamics and process analysis. 1994, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  16. Ayres, R.U. and E.H. Ayres, A bridge to the renewable energy future, in Worldwatch Magazine. 2009.
  17. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Chemical industry wastes: A materials balance analysis. 1994, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  18. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Aggregate wastes in the US chemical industries. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  19. Ayres, R.U. and L.W. Ayres, Use of materials balances to estimate aggregate waste generation and waste reduction potential in the US. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  20. Ayres, R.U. and D. Butcher, Computer-aided manufacturing: A breakthrough in productivity? 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  21. Ayres, R.U., et al., Life cycle analysis of semiconductors. 1994, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  22. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Entropy, physical information and economic values. 1994, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  23. Ayres, R.U. and K. Martinás, Entropy, information and evolutionary selection. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  24. Ayres, R.U., A. Masini, and L.W. Ayres, An Application of Exergy Accounting to Five Basic Metal Industries. 2001, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  25. Ayres, R.U. and V. Norberg-Bohm, Industrial metabolism of sulfur. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  26. Ayres, R.U., V. Norberg-Bohm, and L.W. Ayres, Industrial metabolism of nitrogen. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  27. Ayres, R.U. and F.B. Schmidt-Bleek, Towards a universal measure of environmental disturbance. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  28. Ayres, R.U., F.B. Schmidt-Bleek, and K. Martinás, Is there a universal measure of environmental disturbance. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  29. Ayres, R.U. and T. Van Leynseele, Eco-efficiency, double dividends and the sustainable firm. 1997, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  30. Ayres, R.U. and B.S. Warr, Useful work and information as drivers of growth. 2003, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  31. Bergh, J.C.J.M.v.d. and R.U. Ayres, Evolution, Adaptation and Economic Value of Environmental Services. 2002: Amsterdam.
  32. Martinás, K. and R.U. Ayres, Entropy, information and evolutionary selection. 1993, INSEAD: Fontainebleau, France.
  33. Talens Peiro, L., G. Villalba, and R.U. Ayres, Rare and critical metals as by-products and the implications for future supply. 2012.

 

 

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