- Economics, Climate
- (York, McGee 2016; Polimeni et al. 2015), Wikipedia, Real climate economics blog posts (Jim Barrett)
Jevons Paradox is used to describe the situation where an increase in resource efficiency triggered by technological innovation has the counter-intuitive effect of raising the demand and increasing the overall consumption.
It was first described in W. S. Jenvons’ book The Coal question in 1865.
- Richard York, Julius Alexander McGee. . "Understanding the Jevons Paradox". Environmental Sociology 2 (1):77–87. DOI.
- John M Polimeni, Kozo Mayumi, M Giampietro, Blake Alcott. . The jevons' paradox and the myth of resource efficiency improvements.