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- A Categorisation and Evaluation of Rhino Management Policies
Working Papers, University of Pretoria, Department of Economics
Also in Working Papers, Economic Research Southern Africa (2015) View citations (1)
See also Journal Article in Development Southern Africa (2016)
- Debunking the Myth that a Legal Trade will Solve the Rhino Horn Crisis: A System Dynamics Model for Market Demand
Working Papers, University of Pretoria, Department of Economics View citations (4)
Also in Working Papers, Economic Research Southern Africa (2015) View citations (4)
- An overview of salient factors, relationships and values to support integrated energy-economic systems dynamic modelling
Working Papers, Stellenbosch University, Department of Economics
- The demand for ecosystem services by different calf-production systems in South Africa
African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2017, 12, (2)
- The effect of rainfall variability on sustainable wheat production under no-till farming systems in the Swartland region, South Africa
African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2017, 12, (1)
- A categorisation and evaluation of rhino management policies
Development Southern Africa, 2016, 33, (4), 459-469 View citations (3)
See also Working Paper (2015)
- Is System Dynamics Modelling of Relevance to Neoclassical Economists?
South African Journal of Economics, 2014, 82, (2), 181-192
- Including the economic value of well-functioning urban ecosystems in financial decisions: Evidence from a process in Cape Town
Ecosystem Services, 2012, 2, (C), 38-44 View citations (6)
- AN EVALUATION OF TOOLS FOR AN ASSESSMENT OF CUMULATIVE EFFECTS IN SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACT STUDIES
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management (JEAPM), 2009, 11, (03), 311-329
- The contribution of livelihood activities in the Limpopo province: Case study evidence from Makua and Manganeng
Development Southern Africa, 2003, 20, (1), 143-159 View citations (1)
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