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Colignatus, Thomas (2008): On the political economy of environmental survival versus collapse. Clarifying the work done by Tinbergen & Hueting vis-à-vis Weitzman, Nordhaus and Stern.

Colignatus, Thomas (2008): The Old Man and the SNI: A review of advance and adversity in Hueting's research in economic growth and the new scarcity from the environment and sustainable national income (SNI).

Colignatus, Thomas (2009): The macro-economics of repressed stagflation. Part 2: The crisis of 2009+ and a reduction of the working week.

Colignatus, Thomas (2009): A win-win measure out of the crisis: A graphical discussion of the tax void.

Colignatus, Thomas (2011): High Noon at the EU corral. An economic plan for Europe, September 2011.

Colignatus, Thomas (2013): Money as gold versus money as water.

Colignatus, Thomas (2013): Economics as victim between lawyers and mathematics: An explanation for the tax credit, Bulgarian potential fraud, European unemployment and the economic crisis.

Colignatus, Thomas (2014): Cause and cure of the crisis.

Colignatus, Thomas (2009): The Tinbergen & Hueting Approach in the Economics of Ecological Survival.

Colignatus, Thomas (2015): Elegance with substance. Published in: mijnbestseller.nl No. ISBN 978-946254045-3 (7 August 2015): pp. 1-139.

Colignatus, Thomas (2018): The Math War between traditional and “realistic” mathematics education and its research. An analysis in institutional economics on research on education in arithmetic and algebra, with a focus on long term memory of pupils and using a causal model for valid testing on competence.

Colignatus, Thomas (2019): National Accounts in the Anthropocene: Hueting’s environmental functions and environmentally Sustainable National Income: translation and relevance for ecosystem services.

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