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Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications
Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) (2014). Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. Routledge: Abingdon, New York. ISBN 978-0-415-85598-3. xxvi, 270 pp.

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    VLIZ: Law, Policy, (I)CZM, Economics and Social Sciences LAW199 [257402]

Keywords
    Case studies; Coastal zone management; Conservation; Ecosystems; Habitat; Policies; Resources

Author  Top 
  • Mohammed, E.Y., editor

Content
  • Mohammed, E.Y. (2014). Introduction, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 1-16, more
  • Emerton, L. (2013). Using valuation to make the case for economic incentives: Promoting investments in marine and coastal ecosystems as development infrastructure, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) (2014). Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 17-37, more
  • Habtezion, S. (2014). Promoting marine and coastal ecosystem functions through direct economic incentives: The case for multilevel good governance, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 38-52, more
  • Muradian, R. (2014). Payments for marine and coastal ecosystem services and the governance of common pool natural resources, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 53-68, more
  • Lin, H.; Thornton, J.A. (2014). Integrated payments for ecosystem services: a governance path from lakes and rivers to coastal areas in China, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 69-92, more
  • Uraguchi, Z.B. (2013). Payments for marine ecosystem services and food security:lessons from income transfer programmes, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) (2014). Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 93-119, more
  • Janssen, R.; Joubert, A.R.; Stewart, T. (2014). Allocation of fishing rights to support local fishermen in South Africa's Western Cape, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 120-135, more
  • Samuel-Fitwi, B.; Schulz, C. (2014). Economic and non-economic conditions affecting sustainable aquaculture: Why don't small shrimp producers participate in organic certification schemes?, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 136-156, more
  • Hallwass, G.; Lopes, P.F.M.; Silvano, R.A.M. (2014). Could payment for environmental services reconcile fish conservation with small-scale fisheries in the Brazilian Amazon?, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 157-169, more
  • Wahab, A.; Phillips, M.J.; Mohammed, E.Y. (2014). Payments for hilsa fish (Tenualosa ilisha) conservation in Bangladesh, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 170-189, more
  • Maraseni, T.N.; Hanjra, M.A. (2014). Payments to landholders for managing water, land and ecosystems (WLE) in coastal agricultural catchments for protecting the Great Barrier Reef, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 190-209, more
  • Benkenstein, A.; Chevallier, R. (2014). Africa's mangrove habitats: prospects and challenges of payment for coastal and marine ecosystem services, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 210-228, more
  • Rivera-Planter, M.; Muñoz-Piña, C.; Montes de Oca-Leon, M. (2014). Economic instruments for sustainability in Mexico's marine protected areas and the perverse subsidy challenge, in: Mohammed, E.Y. (Ed.) Economic incentives for marine and coastal conservation: prospects, challenges and policy implications. pp. 229-264, more

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