Are non-market values important to smallholders' afforestation decisions? A psychometric segmentation and its implications for afforestation programs
G.Q. Bull and
Forest Policy and Economics, 2019, vol. 100, issue C, 1-13
We use an innovative approach to improve the effectiveness of smallholder afforestation programs by psychometrically segmenting a population based on preferences for the market and non-market values of trees.
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