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Ibanez, Marcela and Allen Blackman. 2016. “Is Eco-Certification a Win–Win for Developing Country Agriculture? Organic Coffee Certification in Colombia.” World Development 82: 14-27.
Robalino, Juan and Laura Villalobos-Fiatt. 2015. “Newspaper highlights the work in State of the Nation Program of EfD Central America researchers Juan Robalino and Laura Villalobos”
Alpízar, Francisco. 2015. “EfD- CA Center Director Francisco Alpízar release an opinion article on the commercialization of shark fins from Costa Rica”
Coria, J., C.I. Villegas Palacio & J.C. Cárdenas. 2011. Why Do Environmental Taxes Work Better in Developed Countries?. Working Paper in Economics, No 521, University of Gothenburg.
Martinsson, Peter, Clara Inés Villegas Palacio and Conny Wollbrant. 2015. “Cooperation and social classes: evidence from Colombia.” Social Choice and Welfare 45:4: 829-848.
Alpízar, Francisco and Elisabeth Gsottbauer. 2015. “Reputation and household recycling practices: Field experiments in Costa Rica.” Ecological Economics ECOLEC-04992: 1-10.
Robalino, Juan and Catalina Sandoval. 2015. “Direct and Indirect Effects of Extreme Weather Events and Potential Estimation Biases.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 29-15.
Alpízar, Francisco, Anna Nordén, Alexander Pfaff and Juan Robalino. 2015. “Unintended Effects of Targeting an Environmental Rebate.” Environmental and Resource Economics : 1-22.
Pfaff, Alexander , Juan Robalino, Catalina Sandoval and Diego Herrera. 2015. “Protected area types, strategies and impacts in Brazil's Amazon: public protected area strategies do not yield a consistent ranking of protected area types by impact.” The Royal Society : .
Robalino, Juan, David Barton, Adriana Chacón and Alexander Pfaff. 2015. “Evaluating Interactions of Forest Conservation Policies on Avoided Deforestation.” Plos One : .
Alpízar, Francisco, Fredrik Carlsson and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2008. “Does Context Matter More for Hypothetical Than for Actual Contributions? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment” EfD Discussion Paper
Madrigal, Róger and Maria Angelica Naranjo. 2015. “Adaptive capacity, drought and the performance of community-based drinking water organizations in Costa Rica.” Journal of Water and Climate Change 5:06.4: .
Naranjo, Maria Angelica. 2015. “Risk management in agriculture: Ongoing studies with coffee farmers in Costa Rica affected by coffee leaf rust.”
Albers, Heidi J., Louis Preonas, Róger Madrigal, Elizabeth J Z Robinson, Stephen Kirama, Razack Lokina, Jane Turpie and Francisco Alpízar. 2015. “Marine Protected Areas in Artisanal Fisheries: A Spatial Bio-economic Model Based on Observations in Costa Rica and Tanzania.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 15-16.
Albers, Heidi J., Róger Madrigal, Stephen Kirama, Razack Lokina, Aloyce Hepelwa, Elizabeth J Z Robinson, Jane Turpie and Francisco Alpízar. 2015. “Marine Protected Areas: Lessons from Costa Rica and Tanzania” EfD Research Brief
Madrigal, Róger and Tabaré Capitán. 2015. “Household and community-level adaptation to droughts in rural water systems of Costa Rica” EfD Research Brief
Backteman, Karin, Po-Tsan Goh, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Salvatory Macha, Leonie Joubert, Maimuna Kabatesi, Zelealem Ghebremedhin, Gunnar Köhlin, Yonas Alem, Susanna Olai, Francisco Alpízar, Maria Angelica Naranjo, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Jintao Xu, Ping Qin, Alemu Mekonnen, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Jane Turpie, Razack Lokina and Allen Blackman. 2015. “EfD Annual report 2014/15”
Blackman, Allen, Francisco Alpízar, Fredrik Carlsson and Marisol Rivera Planter. 2015. “A Contingent Valuation Approach to Estimating Regulatory Costs Mexico’s Day Without Driving Program.” RFF Discussion Paper Series RFF DP 15-21.
Blackman, Allen, Alexander Pfaff and Juan Robalino. 2015. “Paper Park Performance: Mexico’s Natural Protected Areas in the 1990s.” Global Environmental Change 31: 50-61.
Ibanez, Marcela and Allen Blackman. 2015. “Environmental and Economic Impacts of Growing Certified Organic Coffee in Colombia.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD-DP-15-02.
Naranjo, Maria Angelica, Francisco Alpízar and Alberto Vargas. 2014. “Concessions in Wild Protected Areas: Cost estimates for non-essential services in Chirripó National Park, Costa Rica..”
The Effect of Hydro-Meteorological Emergencies on Internal Migration Juan Robalinoa, José Jimenez, Adriana Chacóna
Aplizar, F. and Bovarnick, A. (2013). Targeted Scenario Analysis: A new approach to capturing and presenting ecosystem service values for decision making. UNDP.
Alpízar, Francisco. 2014. “Economic valuation of environmental damage”
Madrigal, Róger. 2014. “Livelihoods & incentives towards regulations for protecting turtles: Empirical evidence from Nicaragua”
Madrigal, Róger, Francisco Alpízar and Tabaré Capitán. 2014. “ Spatial decisions and livelihoods of small-scale fisheries in Costa Rica”
Robalino, Juan, Francisco Alpízar and Laura Villalobos-Fiatt. 2014. “Payments for environmental services do not have negative social effects on poverty in Costa Rica”
Sterner, Thomas, Yonas Alem, Francisco Alpízar, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Johane Dikgang, Stephen Kirama, Gunnar Köhlin, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Alemu Mekonnen and Jintao Xu. 2014. “The Environment for Development Initiative: lessons learned in research, academic capacity building and policy intervention to manage resources for sustainable growth.” Environment and Development Economics 19:3: 367-391.
Bluffstone, Randall. 2014. “Child Labor, the Wealth Paradox, and Common Forest Management in Bolivia.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 14-16.
Alpízar, Francisco, Peter Martinsson and Anna Nordén. 2014. “Do entrance fees crowd out donations for public goods? Evidence from a protected area in Costa Rica.” Environment and Development Economics 19: .
Blackman, Allen, Maria Angelica Naranjo, Juan Robalino, Francisco Alpízar and Jorge Rivera. 2014. “Does Tourism Eco-Certification Pay? Costa Rica’s Blue Flag Program.” World Development 58: 41-52.
Alpízar, Francisco. 2014. “It took thousands of turtles.” Enviroment and Development Economics 19:3: 322-324.
Robalino, Juan and Laura Villalobos-Fiatt. 2014. “Protected areas and economic welfare: an impact evaluation of national parks on local workers’ wages in Costa Rica.” Enviroment and Development Economics : .
Robalino, Juan, Laura Villalobos-Fiatt and Francisco Alpízar. 2014. “Local Effects of Payments for Environmental Services on Poverty.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 14-12.
Alpízar, Francisco, Peter Martinsson and Anna Nordén. 2014. “Do Entrance Fees Crowd Out Donations for Public Goods? Evidence from a Protected Area in Costa Rica.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 14-10.
Alpízar, Francisco and Andrew Bovarnick. 2013. “Targeted Scenario Analysis: A New Approach to Capturing and Presenting Ecosystem Service Values for Decision Making” UNDP
Robalino, Juan, José Jiménez and Adriana Chacón. 2013. “The Effect of Hydro-meteorological Emergencies on Internal Migration.” Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 13-17.
Alpízar, Francisco and Elisabeth Gsottbauer. 2013. “Reputation and Household Recycling Practices: Field Experiments in Costa Rica.” Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 13-13.
Madrigal, Róger, Francisco Alpízar and Schlüter Achim. 2013. “Public perceptions of the performance of community-based drinking water organizations in Costa Rica.” Water Resources and Rural Development 1-2: 43-56.
Alpízar, Francisco, Anna Nordén, Alexander Pfaff and Juan Robalino. 2013. “Behavioral Spillovers from Targeted Incentives: Losses from Excluded Individuals Can Counter Gains from Those Selected”
Alpízar, Francisco, Anna Nordén, Alexander Pfaff and Juan Robalino. 2013. “Effects of Exclusion from a Conservation Policy: Negative Behavioral Spillovers from Targeted Incentives”
Nordén, Anna. 2013. “Essays on Behavioral Economics and Policies for Provision of Ecosystem Services”
Robalino, Juan and Alexander Pfaff. 2013. “Ecopayments and Deforestation in Costa Rica: A Nationwide Analysis of PSA’s Initial Years.” Land Economics 89:3: 432-448.
Andrade de Sá, Saraly, Charles Palmer and Salvatore Di Falco. 2013. “Dynamics of indirect land-use change: Empirical evidence from Brazil.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 65:3: 377-393.
Persson, Martin and Francisco Alpízar. 2013. “Conditional Cash Transfers and Payments for Environmental Services—A Conceptual Framework for Explaining and Judging Differences in Outcomes.” World Development 43: 124-137.