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Workplace:Value Chains, Finance and Investment Team, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), (more information at EDIRC)
Institut for Fødevare- og Ressourceøkonomi (Department of Food and Resource Economics), Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen), (more information at EDIRC)
European Forest Institute

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Working Papers

2023

  1. Action needed to make carbon offsets from tropical forest conservation work for climate change mitigation
    Papers, arXiv.org Downloads View citations (5)

2022

  1. Permanence of avoided deforestation in a Transamazon REDD+ initiative (Pará, Brazil)
    CEE-M Working Papers, CEE-M, Universtiy of Montpellier, CNRS, INRA, Montpellier SupAgro Downloads
    Also in Working Papers, HAL (2022) Downloads
  2. Permanence of avoided deforestation in a Transamazon REDD+ project (Pará, Brazil)
    Post-Print, HAL
    See also Journal Article Permanence of avoided deforestation in a Transamazon REDD+ project (Pará, Brazil), Ecological Economics, Elsevier (2022) Downloads View citations (2) (2022)

2020

  1. Biodiversity offsets and payments for environmental services: Clarifying the family ties
    Post-Print, HAL Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Journal Article Biodiversity offsets and payments for environmental services: Clarifying the family ties, Ecological Economics, Elsevier (2020) Downloads View citations (6) (2020)

2018

  1. 'Forests and carbon: The impacts of local REDD+ initiatives
    Post-Print, HAL View citations (3)
  2. Land use spillovers of bioeconomy-driven trade shocks under imperfect environmental law enforcement
    2018 Conference, July 28-August 2, 2018, Vancouver, British Columbia, International Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads
  3. What is REDD+ achieving on the ground?
    Post-Print, HAL View citations (25)

2016

  1. Ecosystem service tradeoffs and ecological-economic production possibilities frontier: A case study in Costa Rica
    Post-Print, HAL Downloads

2015

  1. Responses to weather and climate: a cross-section analysis of rural incomes
    Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank Downloads View citations (7)
  2. Value Determinants of Plant Extractivism in Brazil
    Discussion Papers, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA Downloads

2012

  1. How do rural households respond to economic shocks? Insights from hierarchical analysis using global data
    2012 Conference, August 18-24, 2012, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, International Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads View citations (1)

2011

  1. Opportunity Costs as a Determinant of Participation in Payments for Ecosystem Service Schemes
    2011 International Congress, August 30-September 2, 2011, Zurich, Switzerland, European Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Practical Alternatives to Estimate Opportunity Costs of Forest Conservation
    2011 International Congress, August 30-September 2, 2011, Zurich, Switzerland, European Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads

2009

  1. Do Environmental Services Buyers Prefer Differentiated Rates? A Case Study from the Colombian Andes
    Documentos CEDE, Universidad de los Andes, Facultad de Economía, CEDE Downloads
    Also in Documentos CEDE Series, Universidad de Los Andes, Economics Department (2009) Downloads

1989

  1. Inequality and Development - A Regression Analysis of the Cross-Country Pattern
    Discussion Papers, University of Copenhagen. Department of Economics

Journal Articles

2022

  1. European Agri-environmental Policy: Evolution, Effectiveness, and Challenges
    Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2022, 16, (1), 105 - 125 Downloads View citations (13)
  2. Governing Europe's forests for multiple ecosystem services: Opportunities, challenges, and policy options
    Forest Policy and Economics, 2022, 145, (C) Downloads View citations (5)
  3. Impacts of conservation incentives in protected areas: The case of Bolsa Floresta, Brazil
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2022, 111, (C) Downloads View citations (2)
  4. Permanence of avoided deforestation in a Transamazon REDD+ project (Pará, Brazil)
    Ecological Economics, 2022, 201, (C) Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Working Paper Permanence of avoided deforestation in a Transamazon REDD+ project (Pará, Brazil), Post-Print (2022) (2022)

2021

  1. Incentive-based conservation in Peru: Assessing the state of six ongoing PES and REDD+ initiatives
    Land Use Policy, 2021, 108, (C) Downloads View citations (5)

2020

  1. Biodiversity offsets and payments for environmental services: Clarifying the family ties
    Ecological Economics, 2020, 169, (C) Downloads View citations (6)
    See also Working Paper Biodiversity offsets and payments for environmental services: Clarifying the family ties, Post-Print (2020) Downloads View citations (7) (2020)
  2. Payments for Environmental Services: Past Performance and Pending Potentials
    Annual Review of Resource Economics, 2020, 12, (1), 209-234 Downloads View citations (37)
  3. Reply to: In defence of simplified PES designs
    Nature Sustainability, 2020, 3, (6), 428-429 Downloads View citations (4)
  4. The Effectiveness of Forest Conservation Policies and Programs
    Annual Review of Resource Economics, 2020, 12, (1), 45-64 Downloads View citations (28)

2019

  1. Adding rewards to regulation: The impacts of watershed conservation on land cover and household wellbeing in Moyobamba, Peru
    PLOS ONE, 2019, 14, (11), 1-22 Downloads View citations (8)
  2. Why do payments for watershed services emerge? A cross-country analysis of adoption contexts
    World Development, 2019, 119, (C), 111-119 Downloads View citations (7)

2018

  1. Climate, crops, and forests: a pan-tropical analysis of household income generation
    Environment and Development Economics, 2018, 23, (3), 279-297 Downloads View citations (7)
  2. From principles to practice in paying for nature’s services
    Nature Sustainability, 2018, 1, (3), 145-150 Downloads View citations (38)
  3. Global variation in the cost of increasing ecosystem carbon
    Nature Climate Change, 2018, 8, (1), 38-42 Downloads View citations (3)
  4. Relationships Between Ecosystem Services: Comparing Methods for Assessing Tradeoffs and Synergies
    Ecological Economics, 2018, 150, (C), 96-106 Downloads View citations (33)

2017

  1. Comparing tools to predict REDD+ conservation costs to Amazon smallholders
    Resource and Energy Economics, 2017, 49, (C), 48-61 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Measuring forest and wild product contributions to household welfare: Testing a scalable household survey instrument in Indonesia
    Forest Policy and Economics, 2017, 84, (C), 20-28 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. REDD+, transformational change and the promise of performance-based payments: a qualitative comparative analysis
    Climate Policy, 2017, 17, (6), 708-730 Downloads View citations (10)
  4. The Effectiveness of Payments for Environmental Services
    World Development, 2017, 96, (C), 359-374 Downloads View citations (112)

2016

  1. Emerging Evidence on the Effectiveness of Tropical Forest Conservation
    PLOS ONE, 2016, 11, (11), 1-11 Downloads View citations (16)
  2. Global Patterns in the Implementation of Payments for Environmental Services
    PLOS ONE, 2016, 11, (3), 1-16 Downloads View citations (81)
  3. Quantifying the economic contribution of wild food harvests to rural livelihoods: A global-comparative analysis
    Food Policy, 2016, 62, (C), 122-132 Downloads View citations (25)
  4. The implementation costs of forest conservation policies in Brazil
    Ecological Economics, 2016, 130, (C), 209-220 Downloads View citations (13)

2015

  1. Household participation in a Payments for Environmental Services programme: the Nhambita Forest Carbon Project (Mozambique)
    Environment and Development Economics, 2015, 20, (5), 611-629 Downloads View citations (7)
  2. How Do Rural Households Cope with Economic Shocks? Insights from Global Data using Hierarchical Analysis
    Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2015, 66, (2), 392-414 Downloads View citations (9)
  3. Mixing Carrots and Sticks to Conserve Forests in the Brazilian Amazon: A Spatial Probabilistic Modeling Approach
    PLOS ONE, 2015, 10, (2), 1-20 Downloads View citations (21)
  4. Revisiting the concept of payments for environmental services
    Ecological Economics, 2015, 117, (C), 234-243 Downloads View citations (193)
  5. Why were upscaled incentive programs for forest conservation adopted? Comparing policy choices in Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru
    Ecosystem Services, 2015, 16, (C), 243-252 Downloads View citations (10)

2014

  1. Environmental Income and Rural Livelihoods: A Global-Comparative Analysis
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S12-S28 Downloads View citations (223)
  2. Forest Clearing in Rural Livelihoods: Household-Level Global-Comparative Evidence
    EconStor Open Access Articles and Book Chapters, 2014, 64, (Supplement 1), S67-S79 Downloads View citations (3)
    Also in World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S67-S79 (2014) Downloads View citations (28)
  3. Forests, Livelihoods, and Conservation: Broadening the Empirical Base
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S1-S11 Downloads View citations (73)
  4. Linking Forest Tenure Reform, Environmental Compliance, and Incentives: Lessons from REDD+ Initiatives in the Brazilian Amazon
    World Development, 2014, 55, (C), 53-67 Downloads View citations (35)
  5. Safety Nets, Gap Filling and Forests: A Global-Comparative Perspective
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S29-S42 Downloads View citations (73)
  6. Smallholder Specialization Strategies along the Forest Transition Curve in Southwestern Amazonia
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S149-S158 Downloads View citations (17)
  7. What scope for certifying forest ecosystem services?
    Ecosystem Services, 2014, 7, (C), 160-166 Downloads View citations (9)

2012

  1. Heterogeneous users and willingness to pay in an ongoing payment for watershed protection initiative in the Colombian Andes
    Ecological Economics, 2012, 75, (C), 126-134 Downloads View citations (19)

2011

  1. Pagos por carbono en America Latina: de la experiencia de proyectos piloto a la implementatcion a gran escala
    Revista Espanola de Estudios Agrosociales y Pesqueros, 2011, (228), 23 Downloads View citations (1)

2010

  1. Direct conservation payments in the Brazilian Amazon: Scope and equity implications
    Ecological Economics, 2010, 69, (6), 1272-1282 Downloads View citations (60)
  2. Show Me the Money: Do Payments Supply Environmental Services in Developing Countries?
    Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2010, 4, (2), 254-274 Downloads View citations (216)

2008

  1. Decentralized payments for environmental services: The cases of Pimampiro and PROFAFOR in Ecuador
    Ecological Economics, 2008, 65, (4), 685-698 Downloads View citations (85)
  2. Designing payments for environmental services in theory and practice: An overview of the issues
    Ecological Economics, 2008, 65, (4), 663-674 Downloads View citations (653)
  3. Payments for environmental services and the poor: concepts and preliminary evidence
    Environment and Development Economics, 2008, 13, (3), 279-297 Downloads View citations (109)
  4. Selling two environmental services: In-kind payments for bird habitat and watershed protection in Los Negros, Bolivia
    Ecological Economics, 2008, 65, (4), 675-684 Downloads View citations (95)
  5. Spatial targeting of payments for environmental services: A tool for boosting conservation benefits
    Ecological Economics, 2008, 65, (4), 822-833 Downloads View citations (124)
  6. Taking stock: A comparative analysis of payments for environmental services programs in developed and developing countries
    Ecological Economics, 2008, 65, (4), 834-852 Downloads View citations (333)

2007

  1. Tropical forests: Regional paths of destruction and regeneration in the late 20th century
    Ecological Economics, 2007, 61, (2-3), 579-579 Downloads

2005

  1. How can market mechanisms for forest environmental services help the poor? Preliminary lessons from Latin America
    World Development, 2005, 33, (9), 1511-1527 Downloads View citations (128)
  2. Livelihoods, forests, and conservation in developing countries: An Overview
    World Development, 2005, 33, (9), 1383-1402 Downloads View citations (158)
  3. Macroeconomic Change, Competitiveness and Timber Production: A Five-Country Comparison
    World Development, 2005, 33, (1), 65-86 Downloads View citations (4)

2004

  1. Oil, Macroeconomics, and Forests: Assessing the Linkages
    The World Bank Research Observer, 2004, 19, (2), 231-257 View citations (3)

2001

  1. Poverty Alleviation and Tropical Forests--What Scope for Synergies?
    World Development, 2001, 29, (11), 1817-1833 Downloads View citations (128)

2000

  1. Ecotourism and economic incentives -- an empirical approach
    Ecological Economics, 2000, 32, (3), 465-479 Downloads View citations (50)
  2. The influence of mineral exports on the variability of tropical deforestation
    Environment and Development Economics, 2000, 5, (3), 309-332 Downloads View citations (3)

1992

  1. La enfermedad holandesa y el caso colombiano
    Coyuntura Económica, 1992, 22, (1), 167-190 Downloads View citations (4)

Books

2016

  1. National Socioeconomic Surveys in Forestry
    World Bank Publications - Books, The World Bank Group Downloads View citations (4)

2002

  1. The Dynamics of Deforestation and Economic Growth in the Brazilian Amazon
    Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press View citations (103)
 
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