Carlsson, Fredrik and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2012. “Behavioral Economics and Environmental Policy.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 4: 75-99.
The Motivation for Organic Grain Farming in the United States: Profits, Lifestyle, or the Environment?
Chacón, Adriana, Hanawa Peterson, Andrew Barkley and Terry Kastens. 2012. “The Motivation for Organic Grain Farming in the United States: Profits, Lifestyle, or the Environment?.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44:2: 137-155.
The role of tourism employment in poverty reduction and community perceptions of conservation and tourism in southern Africa
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Setting Priorities, Targeting Subsidies among Water, Sanitation, and Preventive Health Interventions in Developing Countries
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Fischer, Carolyn and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Climate Policy, Uncertainty, and the Role of Technological Innovation.” Journal of public Economic Theory 14:2: 285-309.
Fischer, Carolyn, Asbjorn Torvanger, Manish Kumar Shrivastara, Thomas Sterner and Peter Stigson. 2012. “How Should Support for Climate-Friendly Technologies Be Designed?.” AMBIO 41:1: 33-45.
Sahlén, Linda and Jesper Stage. 2012. “Environmental fiscal reform in Namibia – a potential approach to reduce poverty?.” Journal of Environment and Development 21:2: 219-243.
Kocher, Martin, Peter Martinsson and Martine Visser. 2012. “Social Background, Cooperative Behavior, and Norm Enforcement.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 81:2: 341-355.
Visser, Martine and Johane Dikgang. 2012. “Behavioral Response to Plastic Bag Legislation in Botswana.” South African Journal of Economics 80:1: 123-133.
Muchapondwa, Edwin and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Agricultural-risk management through community-based wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe.” Journal of Agribusiness in Developing & Emerging Economies 2:1: 41-56.
Zhang, Shiqiu and Huang Desheng. 2012. “Valuing the Health Risks of Particulate Air Pollution in the Pearl River Delta, China.” Environmental Science & Policy 15:1: 38-47.
Spatial Variation of Emissions Impacts Due to Renewable Energy Siting Decisions in the Western U.S. under High-renewable Penetration Scenarios
Blumsack, Seth. 2011. “Spatial Variation of Emissions Impacts Due to Renewable Energy Siting Decisions in the Western U.S. under High-renewable Penetration Scenarios.” Energy Policy 39:11: 6962-6971.
Florig, keith and Michael Dekay. 2011. “Evaluating An Analytic-deliberative Risk-ranking Process in A Chinese Context.” Journal of Risk Research 14:7: 899-918.
Xu, Jintao, Haipeng Zhang, xuehong Wang and Jeff Bennett. 2012. “An auction scheme for land use change in Sichuan Province, China.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 55:10: 1269-1288.
Estándares vs. Sistemas de Permisos Transables con Costos de Fiscalización: Una aplicación al caso de fuentes fijas en Bogotá, Colombia
Fajardo, Germán and Carlos Chávez Rebolledo. 2012. “Estándares vs. Sistemas de Permisos Transables con Costos de Fiscalización: Una aplicación al caso de fuentes fijas en Bogotá, Colombia.” El Trimestre Económico LXXIX 313:1: 87-117.
Controlling Local Environmental Performance: an analysis of three national environmental management programs in the context of regional disparities in China
Higgins, Paul. 2012. “Controlling Local Environmental Performance: an analysis of three national environmental management programs in the context of regional disparities in China.” Journal of Contemporary China 22:81: .
Eggert, Håkan. 2012. “The Centenary of Jens Warming’s Optimal Landing Tax in Fisheries.” Marine Resource Economics 27:1: 107-110.
Kocher, Martin, Peter Martinsson and Martine Visser. 2012. “Social capital, cooperative behavior and norm-enforcement.” Journal of Economic Behaviour and organization 81:2: 341-354.
Persson, Martin. 2012. “Conserve or convert? Pan-tropical modeling of REDD–bioenergy competition.” Biological Conservation 146: 81-88.
Persson, Martin, Eskil Mattsson, Madelene Ostwald and S.P. Nissanka. 2012. “REDD+ readiness implications for Sri Lanka in terms of reducing deforestation.” Journal of Environmental Management 100:15: 29-40.
Löfgren, Åsa, Peter Martinsson, Magnus Hennlock and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Are experienced people affected by a pre-set default option—Results from a field experiment.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 63:1: 66-72.
Johansson, Daniel, Magnus Hennlock and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “The Fossil Endgame: Strategic Oil Price Discrimination and Carbon Taxation.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 1:1: 48-69.
Fischer, Carolyn, Lars Zetterberg, Markus Wråke, Thomas Sterner and Dallas Burtraw. 2012. “Short-Run Allocation of Emissions Allowances and Long-Term Goals for Climate Policy.” AMBIO 41:1: 23-32.
Damon, Maria and Thomas Sterner. 2011. “Green Growth in the Post-Copenhagen Climate Energy Policy.” Energy Policy 39:11: 7165-7173.
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Coria, Jessica and Thomas Sterner. 2011. “Natural Resource Management: Challenges and Policy Options.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 3: 203-230.
Ostrom et al. 2011. Reconnecting to the Biosphere. AMBIO 40:719–738
Stage, Jesper, Mintewab Bezabih and Muyeye Chambwera. 2011. “Climate Change and Total Factor Productivity in the Tanzanian Economy.” Climate Policy 11:6: 1289-1302.
Formal microlending and adverse (or non-existent) selection: A case study of shrimp farmers in Bangladesh
Stage, Jesper, Camilla Andersson, Erik Holmgren and James MacGregor. 2011. “Formal microlending and adverse (or non-existent) selection: A case study of shrimp farmers in Bangladesh.” Applied Economics 43:28: 4203-4211.
Sterner, Thomas. 2012. “Distributional effects of taxing transport fuel.” Energy Policy 41: 75-83.
Eggert, Håkan and Viktoria Kahui. 2012. “Reference-dependent behaviour of paua (abalone) divers in New Zealand.” Applied Economics 45:12: 1571-1582.
Alpízar, Francisco and Peter Martinsson. 2012. “Paying the price of sweetening your donation: Evidence from a natural field experiment.” Economics Letters 114: 182-185.
Blackman, Allen, Beatriz Àvalos-Sartorio and Jeffrey Chow. 2012. “Land Cover Change in Agroforestry: Shade Coffee in El Salvador.” Land Economics 88:1: 75-101.
Cox, Michael. 2011. “Advancing the diagnostic analysis of environmental problems.” International Journal of the Commons 5:2: 346-363.
Coria, Jessica and Magnus Hennlock. 2012. “Taxes, permits and costly policy response to technological change.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 14:1: 35-60.
Alem, Yonas and Måns Söderbom. 2013. “Household-Level Consumption in Urban Ethiopia: The Effects of a Large Food Price Shock.” World Development 40:1: 146-162.
Bezabih, Mintewab. 2012. “Trust in the fisheries scientific community.” 36:1: 54-72.
Getting their voices heard: Three cases of public participation in environmental protection in China
Wanxin Li, Jieyan Liu, and Duoduo Li. 2012. Getting their voices heard: Three cases of organizing for environmental protection. Journal of Environmental Management (doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.12.019).
Wagura Ndiritu, Simon and Wilfred Nyangena. 2011. “Environmental goods collection and children’s schooling: evidence from Kenya.” Regional Environmental Change 11:3: 531-542.
Production Functions for Nile Perch and Tilapia Fisheries: A case study of Uganda’s Section of Lake Victoria
Kateregga, Eseza and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Production Functions for Nile Perch and Tilapia Fisheries: A case study of Uganda’s Section of Lake Victoria.” Crown Journal of Agriculture 1:1: 1-12.
Deininger, Klaus, Tekie Alemu and Daniel Ayalew. 2008. “Assessing the Functioning of Land Rental Markets in Ethiopia.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 57:1: 67-100.
Tuffa, Adane. 2009. “Impact of perennial cash croppin on food crop productivity.” Ethiopian Journal of Economics 18:1: .
Banga, Margaret, Razack Lokina, Adolf Mkenda and Kassim Kulindwa. 2011. “Households’ Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Collection Services in Kampala City, Uganda.” journal of Environment Development 20:4: 428-448.
Estimating the economic value of landscape losses due to flooding by hydropower plants in the Chilean Patagonia
Ponce, Roberto, Felipe Vásquez Lavín, A Stehr, P Debels and C Orihuela. 2011. “Estimating the economic value of landscape losses due to flooding by hydropower plants in the Chilean Patagonia.” Water Resource Management 25: 2449-2466.
Vásquez Lavín, Felipe, L Dale, M Hanemann and M Moezzi. 2011. “The Impact of Price on Residential Demand for Electricity and Natural Gas.” Climate Change 109:1: 171-189.
Incomplete Property Rights, Exposure to Markets and the Provision of Environmental Services in China
Xu, Jintao and Aashish Mehta. 2011. “Incomplete Property Rights, Exposure to Markets and the Provision of Environmental Services in China.” China Economic Review 22:4: 485-498.
Chávez Rebolledo, Carlos and Marcelo Caffera. 2011. “The Cost-Effective Choice of Policy Instruments to Cap Aggregate Emissions with Costly Enforcement.” Environmental and Resource Economics 50:4: 531-557.
Coria, Jessica and Enrique Calfucura. 2012. “Ecotourism and the development of indigenous communities: The good, the bad, and the ugly.” Ecological Economics 73:15: 47-55.
Effect of Nonfarm Income on Household Food Security in Eastern Tigrai, Ethiopia: An Entitlement Approach
Gebreegziabher, Zenebe and Bereket zerai. 2011. “Effect of Nonfarm Income on Household Food Security in Eastern Tigrai, Ethiopia: An Entitlement Approach.” Food Science and Quality Management 1: 1-22.
Efficiency, enforcement and revenue tradeoffs in participatory forest management: an example from Tanzania
Robinson, Elizabeth J Z and Razack Lokina. 2012. “Efficiency, enforcement and revenue tradeoffs in participatory forest management: an example from Tanzania.” Environment and Development Economics 17:01: 1-20.