Agro-Ecosystem Services – Governance Needs and Efficiency
Hrabrin Bachev ()
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This paper incorporates the interdisciplinary New Institutional and Transaction Costs Economics and suggests a holistic framework for analysis of management agro-ecosystem services. That new approach for analyses and assessment of management of agro-ecosystem services includes: definition of the agro-ecosystem services and the governance; specification of governance needs of agro-ecosystem services and the spectrum of available governing modes (formal and informal institutions, market, private, public and hybrid forms); assessment of efficiency of different modes of governance in terms of their potential to protect diverse eco-rights and investments, assure a socially desirable level of agro-ecosystem services, minimize overall costs, coordinate and stimulate eco-activities, meet individual and social preferences and reconcile conflicts of related agents etc.
Keywords: ecosystem services; mechanisms of governance; environmental management; market; private; public and hybrid governance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D86 Q28 Q57 R58 Q38 Q26 Q13 Q15 Q20 D73 D21 D02 Q24 Q01 Q12 Q25 Q18 D23 D03 D74 Q34 Q56 Q27 Q58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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