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Agglomeration bonus: an incentive mechanism to reunite fragmented habitat for biodiversity conservation

Parkhurst, G.M., J.F. Shogren, C. Bastian, P. Kivi, J. Donner and R.B.W. Smith. 2002. Agglomeration bonus: an incentive mechanism to reunite fragmented habitat for biodiversity conservation. Ecological Economics 41: 305-328. Keywords: 4x, 8a

Agri-environmental policies in the EU and United States

Baylis, K., S. Peplow, G. Rausser and L. Simon. 2008. Agri-environmental policies in the EU and United States: a comparison. Ecological Economics 65(4): 753-764.
Keywords: 6e, 8a, 10

Agricultural carbon sequestration, poverty and sustainability

Antle, J.M. and J.J. Stoorvogel. 2008. Agricultural carbon sequestration, poverty and sustainability. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 327-352.
Keywords: 4i, 8a, 8c, 9c

Agroforestry price supports as a conservation tool: Mexican shade coffee

Avalos-Sartorio, B and A. Blackman. 2010. Agroforestry price supports as a conservation tool: Mexican shade coffee. Agroforestry Systems 78(2): 169-183. Keywords: 6a, 8a

An assessment of market-based approaches to providing ecosystem services on agricultural lands

Kroeger, T. and F. Casey. 2007. An assessment of market-based approaches to providing ecosystem services on agricultural lands. Ecological Economics 64(2): 321-332.
Keywords: 5i, 8a

An incentive based tool for ecologically and economically efficient provision of agrobiodiversity

Bertke, E. and R. Marggraf. 2005. An incentive based tool for ecologically and economically efficient provision of agrobiodiversity. Bogor, CIFOR. Keywords: 6b, 8a

Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics?

Wunder, S. 2006. Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics? Ecology and Society 11: 23.
Keywords: 5a, 8a

Assessment of management of organizations supplying ecosystem services in tropical forests

Koellner, T., J. Sell, M. Gähwiler and R.W. Scholz. 2008. Assessment of management of organizations supplying ecosystem services in tropical forests. Global Environmental Change 18(4): 746-757. Keywords: 5a, 6d, 8a

Assigning priority to environmental policy interventions in a heterogeneous world

Ferraro, P.J. 2003. Assigning priority to environmental policy interventions in a heterogeneous world. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 22(1): 27-43.
Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

Asymmetric information and contract design for payments for environmental services.

Ferraro, P.J. 2008. Asymmetric information and contract design for payments for environmental services. Ecological Economics 65(4): 810-821. Keywords: 8a

Can payments for environmental services help reduce poverty?

Pagiola, S., A. Arcenas and G. Platais. 2005. Can payments for environmental services help reduce poverty? World Development 33: 237-53. Keywords: 8a, 9c

Can the poor participate in payments for environmental services? Lessons from the Silvopastoral Project in Nicaragua

Pagiola, S., A.R. Rios and A. Arcenas. 2008. Can the poor participate in payments for environmental services? Lessons from the Silvopastoral Project in Nicaragua. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 299-325. Keywords: 8a, 10

Case study of agri-environmental payments: the United Kingdom.

Dobbs, T.L. and J. Pretty. 2008. Case study of agri-environmental payments: the United Kingdom. Ecological Economics 65(4): 765-775. Keywords: 8a, 10

China's sloping land conversion program: institutional innovation or business as usual?

Bennett, M.T. 2008. China's sloping land conversion program: institutional innovation or business as usual? Ecological Economics 65: 699-711. Keywords: 5a, 6c, 8a, 10

Compensation and economic incentives: reducing pressures on protected areas.

Ferraro, P.J. and R.A. Kramer. 1997. Compensation and economic incentives: reducing pressures on protected areas. In Last Stand: Protected Areas and the Defense of Tropical Biodiversity, R. Kramer, C. van Schaik and J. Johnson (eds.), pp. 187-211. New York: Oxford University Press. Keywords:8a

Compensation for environmental services and rural communities: lessons from the Americas

Rosa, H., S. Kandel, and L. Dimas. 2004. Compensation for environmental services and rural communities: lessons from the Americas. International Forestry Review 6: 187-194.
Keywords: 6d, 8a, 10

Conservation performance payments for carnivore conservation in Sweden.

Zabel, A. and K. Holm-Müller. 2008. Conservation performance payments for carnivore conservation in Sweden. Conservation Biology 22: 247-251 Keywords: 8a, 10

Cost-effective conservation when eco-entrepreneurs have market power

Ferraro, P.J. and R.D. Simpson. 2005. Cost-effective conservation when eco-entrepreneurs have market power. Environment and Development Economics 10(5): 651-663. Keywords: 8a

Cost-effective design of agri-environmental payment programs: U.S. experience in theory and practice

Claassen, R., A. Cattaneo and R. Johansson. 2008. Cost-effective design of agri-environmental payment programs: U.S. experience in theory and practice. Ecological Economics 65(4): 737-752. Keywords: 1a, 8a, 8c

Costa Rica's Payment for Environmental Services Program: intention, implementation, and impact

Sánchez-Azofeifa, G.A., A. Pfaff, J.A. Robalino and J. Boomhower. 2007. Costa Rica's Payment for Environmental Services Program: intention, implementation, and impact. Conservation Biology 21(5): 1165-1173. Keywords: 8a, 10

Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field

Salzman, J. 2005. Creating markets for ecosystem services: notes from the field. New York University Law Review 80: 870-961. Keywords: 1a, 8a, 6c, 10

Decetralized payments for environmental services: the case of Pimampiro and PROFAFOR in Ecuador

Wunder, S. and A. Montserrat. 2008. Decetralized payments for environmental services: the case of Pimampiro and PROFAFOR in Ecuador. Ecological Economics 65(4): 685-698. Keywords: 8a, 10

Designing payments for ecosystem services: Lessons from previous experience with incentive-based mechanisms

Jack, B.K., C. Kousky and K.R.E. Sims. 2008. Designing payments for ecosystem services: Lessons from previous experience with incentive-based mechanisms.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 9465-9470. Keywords: 8a

Designing payments for environmental services in theory and practice: An overview of the issues

Engel, S., S. Pagiola and S. Wunder. 2008. Designing payments for environmental services in theory and practice: An overview of the issues. Ecological Economics 65(4): 663-664. Keywords: 8a

Ecological and socioeconomic effects of China's policies for ecosystem services

Liu, J., S. Li S, Z. Ouyang, C. Tam and X. Chen. 2008. Ecological and socioeconomic
effects of China's policies for ecosystem services. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 9477-9482. Keywords: 8a, 10

Ecosystem service, agriculture, and rural poverty in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: Interrelationships and policy prescriptions

Börner, J., A. Mendoza and S.A. Vosti. 2007. Ecosystem service, agriculture, and rural poverty in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: Interrelationships and policy prescriptions. Ecological Economics 356-373. Keywords: 4i, 4x, 5a, 6b, 8a, 9c, 10

Ecosystem services and conservation: a reply to Skroch and Lopez-Hoffman

Adams, W.M. and K.H. Redford. 2010. Ecosystem services and conservation: a reply to Skroch and Lopez-Hoffman. Conservation Biology 24(1): 328-329. Keywords: 8a

Elephants or onions? Paying for nature in Amboseli, Kenya

Bulte, E.H., R.B. Boone, R. Stringer and P.K. Thornton. 2008. Elephants or onions? Paying for nature in Amboseli, Kenya. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 395-414. Keywords: 6a, 8a, 10

Exploring the cost effectiveness of land conservation auctions and payment policies

Connor, J., J. Ward and B. Bryan. 2008. Exploring the cost effectiveness of land conservation auctions and payment policies. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 51(3): 303-319. Keywords: 8a, 8c

Exploring the poverty-forestry link: key concepts, issues and research implications

Angelsen, A. and S. Wunder. 2003. Exploring the poverty-forestry link: key concepts, issues and research implications. CIFOR Occasional Paper No. 42. .
Keywords:4l, 4m, 5a, 8a

Financing environmental services: the Costa Rican experience and its implications

Chomitz, K.M., E. Brenes and L. Constantino. 1999. Financing environmental services: the Costa Rican experience and its implications. Science of the Total Environment 240(1-3): 157-69. Keywords: 4i, 8a, 8c, 10

Global habitat protection: limitations of development interventions and a role for conservation performance payments.

Ferraro, P.J. 2001. Global habitat protection: limitations of development interventions and a role for conservation performance payments. Conservation Biology 15(4): 990-1000. Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

Green payments and dual policy goals

Feng, H. 2007. Green payments and dual policy goals. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 54: 323-335. Keywords: 8a

How cost-effective are land retirement auctions? Estimating the difference between payments and willingness to accept in the Conservation Reserve Program

Kirwan, B., R.N. Lubowski and M.J. Roberts. 2005. How cost-effective are land retirement auctions? Estimating the difference between payments and willingness to accept in the Conservation Reserve Program. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87: 1239-1247. Keywords: 6c, 8a

Optimal design of a voluntary green payment program under asymmetric information

Wu, J. and B.A. Babcock. 1995. Optimal design of a voluntary green payment program under asymmetric information. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 20(2): 316-327. Keywords: 8a, 8c

Paying farmers for environmental services.

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). 2007. Paying farmers for environmental services. In State of Food and Agriculture 2007. Rome: FAO. Keywords: 8a

Paying for biodiversity conservation services in agricultural landscapes.

Pagiola, S., P. Agosini, J. Gobbi, C. De Haan, M Ibrahim, E. Murgueitio, E. Ramirez, M. Rosales and J.P Ruiz. 2004. Paying for biodiversity conservation services in agricultural landscapes. Environment Department Paper No. 96. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Keywords: 4x, 8a

Paying for conservation of endangered ecosystems: a comparison of direct and indirect approaches


Simpson, R.D. and R.A. Sedjo. 1996. Paying for conservation of endangered ecosystems: a comparison of direct and indirect approaches. Environment and Development Economics 1: 241-257. Keywords: 8a, 8c

Paying for environmental services from agricultural lands: an example from the northern Everglades

Bohlen, P.J., S. Lynch, L. Shabman, M. Clark, S. Shukla and H. Swain. 2009. Paying for environmental services from agricultural lands: an example from the northern Everglades. Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment 7(1): 46-55. Keywords: 6a, 8a

Paying for the environmental services of silvopastoral practices in Nicaragua


Pagiola, S., E. Ramírez, J. Gobbi, C. deHaan, E. Ibrahim,M.,Murgueitio, J.P. Ruíz. 2007. Paying for the environmental services of silvopastoral practices in Nicaragua. Ecological Economics 64(2): 374-385. Keywords: 8a, 10

Paying for the hydrological services of Mexico's forests: analysis, negotiations and results

Muñoz-Piña, C., A. Guevara, J.M. Torres and J. Braña. 2008. Paying for the hydrological services of Mexico's forests: analysis, negotiations and results. Ecological Economics 65(4): 725-736. Keywords: 5a, 8a, 10

Payment for ecosystem services and the challenge of saving nature

Redford, K.H. and W.M. Adams. 2009. Payment for ecosystem services and the challenge of saving nature. Conservation Biology 23:785-787. Keywords: 8a

Payment is good, control is better: why payments for environmental services so far have remained incipient in Vietnam

Wunder, S., B.D. The and E. Ibarra. 2005. Payment is good, control is better: why payments for environmental services so far have remained incipient in Vietnam. Bogor: CIFOR. Keywords: 8a, 10

Payments for Environmental Services: From Theory to Practice

Pagiola, S. and G. Platais. 2007. Payments for Environmental Services: From Theory to Practice. Washington, DC: World Bank. Keywords: 8a

Payments for ecosystem services and poverty reduction: concepts, issues, and empirical perspectives

Bulte, E.H., L. Lipper, R. Stringer, and D. Zilberman. 2008. Payments for ecosystem services and poverty reduction: concepts, issues, and empirical perspectives. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 245-254. Keywords: 8a

Payments for ecosystem services as a framework for community-based conservation in Northern Tanzania

Nelson, F., C. Foley, L.S. Foley, A. Leoposo, E. Loure, D. Peterson, M. Peterson, T. Peterson, H. Sachendina and A. Williams. 2010. Payments for ecosystem services as a framework for community-based conservation in Northern Tanzania. Conservation Biology 24(1): 78-85. Keywords: 6b, 8a, 10

Payments for environmental services and the poor: concepts and preliminary evidence.

Wunder, S. 2008. Payments for environmental services and the poor: concepts and preliminary evidence. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 279-297.
Keywords: 8a

Payments for environmental services as an alternative to logging under weak property rights: the case of Indonesia

Engel, S. and C. Palmer. 2008. Payments for environmental services as an alternative to logging under weak property rights: the case of Indonesia. Ecological Economics 65(4): 799-809. Keywords: 8a, 10

Payments for environmental services in Costa Rica

Pagiola, S. 2008. Payments for environmental services in Costa Rica. Ecological Economics 65(4): 712-724. Keywords: 8a, 10

Payments for environmental services in watersheds: insights from a comparative study of three cases in Central America.

Kosoy, N., M. Martinez-Tuna, R. Muradian and J. Martinez-Alier. 2006. Payments for environmental services in watersheds: insights from a comparative study of three cases in Central America. Ecological Economics 61 (2-3): 446-455. Keywords: 6d, 8a

Payments for environmental services: some nuts and bolts

Wunder, S. 2005. Payments for environmental services: some nuts and bolts. Occasional Paper No. 42. Bogor, CIFOR. Keywords: 8a

Planning for ecosystem service markets

BenDor, T.K. and M.W. Doyle. 2010. Planning for ecosystem service markets. Journal of the American Planning Association 76(1): 59-72.
Keywords: 5c, 6e, 8a

Predicting the supply of ecosystem services from agriculture

Antle, J.M. and J.J. Stoorvogel. 2006. Predicting the supply of ecosystem services from agriculture. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88: 1174-1180.
Keywords: 3c, 8a

Price premiums for eco-friendly commodities: are 'green' markets the best way to protect endangered ecosystems?

Ferraro, P.J., T. Uchida and J.M. Conrad. 2005. Price premiums for eco-friendly commodities: are 'green' markets the best way to protect endangered ecosystems? Environmental and Resource Economics 32(3): 419-438. Keywords: 8a

Protecting forests and biodiversity: are investments in eco-friendly production activities the best way to protect endangered ecosystems and enhance rural livelihoods?

Ferraro, P.J. and R.D. Simpson. 2005. Protecting forests and biodiversity: are investments in eco-friendly production activities the best way to protect endangered ecosystems and enhance rural livelihoods? Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 15(2): 2-10. Keywords: 4x, 5a, 8a

Selling two environmental services: in-kind payments for bird habitat and watershed protection in Los Negros, Bolivia

Asquith, N.M., M.T. Vargas and S. Wunder. 2008. Selling two environmental services: in-kind payments for bird habitat and watershed protection in Los Negros, Bolivia. Ecological Economics 65(4): 675-84. Keywords: 4x, 6a, 8a, 10

Smart subsidies for conservation.

Parkhurst, G.M. & J.F. Shogren. 2008. Smart subsidies for conservation. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(5): 1192-1200. Keywords: 8a, 8d

Spatial incentives to coordinate contiguous habitat.

Parkhurst, G.M. and J.F. Shogren. 2007. Spatial incentives to coordinate contiguous habitat. Ecological Economics 64(2): 344-355. Keywords: 8a, 8d

Spatial targeting of payments for environmental services: a tool for boosting conservation benefits

Wünscher, T., S. Engel and S. Wunder. 2008. Spatial targeting of payments for environmental services: a tool for boosting conservation benefits. Ecological Economics 65(4): 822-833. Keywords 8a:

Taking stock: a comparative analysis of payments for environmental service programs in developed and developing countries

Wunder, S., S. Engel and S. Pagiola. 2008. Taking stock: a comparative analysis of payments for environmental service programs in developed and developing countries. Ecological Economics 65(4): 834-852. Keywords: 1a, 8a, 6e

The CAMPFIRE programme in Zimbabwe: payments for wildlife services.

Frost, P.G.H. and I. Bond. 2008. The CAMPFIRE programme in Zimbabwe: payments for wildlife services. Ecological Economics 65(4): 776-787. Keywords: 8a, 10

The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity

Castro R, F. Tattenbach, L. Gamez and N. Olson. 2000. The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 61(1):75-92. Keywords: 4x, 8a, 9b, 10

The Florida ranchlands environmental services project: field testing a pay-for-environmental services program

Lynch, S. and L. Shabman. 2007. The Florida ranchlands environmental services project: field testing a pay-for-environmental services program. Resources 165: 17-19. Keywords:
8a, 10

The Impact of Payments for Environmental Services on Land Use Change in Quindío, Colombia

Pagiola, S. and A.R. Rios. 2008. The Impact of Payments for Environmental Services on Land Use Change in Quindío, Colombia. Washington: World Bank. Keywords:2a, 8a, 10

The Vittel payments for ecosystem services: a 'perfect' PES case?

Perrot-Maître, D. 2006. The Vittel payments for ecosystem services: a 'perfect' PES case? London: International Institute for Environment and Development.
Keywords: 8a

The cost-effectiveness of conservation payments

Ferraro, P.J. and R.D. Simpson. 2002. The cost-effectiveness of conservation payments. Land Economics 78: 339-353. Keywords: 8a

The efficiency of payments for environmental services in tropical conservation.

Wunder, S. 2007. The efficiency of payments for environmental services in tropical conservation. Conservation Biology 21: 48-58. Keywords: 8a

The local costs of establishing protected areas in low-income nations: Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar

Ferraro, P.J. 2002. The local costs of establishing protected areas in low-income nations: Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. Ecological Economics 43(2-3): 261-275.
Keywords: 3f, 4x, 8a

The role of deforestation risk and calibrated compensation in designing payments for environmental services

Alix-Garcia, J. A. de Janvry and E. Sadoulet. 2008. The role of deforestation risk and calibrated compensation in designing payments for environmental services. Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 375-394. Keywords: 5a, 8a

The working for water programme: evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa

Turpie, J.K., C. Marais and J.N. Blignaut. 2008. The working for water programme: evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa. Ecological Economics 65(4): 788-798.
Keywords: 8a, 10

When could payments for environmental services benefit the poor?

Zilberman, D., L. Lipper and N. McCarthy. 2008. When could payments for environmental services benefit the poor? Environmental and Development Economics 13(3): 255-278. Keywords: 8a

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