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Alexander Pfaff, Luz A. Rodriguez, Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza. 2019. “Payments for ecosystem services (PES) programs are now high in number, if not always in impact. When…”

2 March 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Alexander Pfaff, Maria Alejandra Velez, Kenneth Broad, Amar Hamoudi, Renzo Taddei. 2019. “Managing natural-resource allocation and environmental externalities is a challenge. Institutional…”

29 February 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Rodríguez, Luz Angela, Pfaff, Alexander, Vélez, Maria Alejandra. 2019. “Small-scale gold mining is important to rural livelihoods in the developing world but also a source…”

29 February 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Pfaff, Alexander, Robalino, Juan. 2018. “To reduce SDG tradeoffs in infrastructure provision, and to inform searches for SDG synergies, the…”

30 August 2018 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

Robalino, Juan, Pfaff, Alexander, Villalobos-Fiatt, Laura. 2017. “Spillovers can significantly reduce or enhance the net effects of land-use policies, yet there…”

16 October 2017 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

Pfaff, Alexander, Robalino, Juan. 2017. “Conservation programs have increased significantly, as has the evaluation of their impacts. However…”

16 October 2017 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

Alpízar, Francisco, Nordén, Anna, Pfaff, Alexander, Robalino, Juan. 2015. “When designing schemes such as conditional cash transfers or payments for ecosystem services, the…”

8 December 2015 | Peer Reviewed | Central America, Sweden

Pfaff, Alexander, Robalino, Juan. 2015. “The leading policy to conserve forest is protected areas (PAs). Yet, PAs are not a single tool: land…”

26 October 2015 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

Robalino, Juan, Pfaff, Alexander. 2015. “We estimate the effects on deforestation that have resulted from policy interactions between parks…”

13 October 2015 | Peer Reviewed | Central America

Blackman, Allen, Pfaff, Alexander, Robalino, Juan. 2015. “Although developing countries have established scores of new protected areas over the past three…”

25 March 2015 | Peer Reviewed | Central America