2018 April Ecological Economics

Ecological EconomicsEditorial Board
Ecological Economics
Volume 146, April 2018
ISSN 0921-8009

Luc Fransen, Beyond Regulatory Governance? On the Evolutionary Trajectory of Transnational Private Sustainability Governance, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 772-777

Patrick Lloyd-Smith, A Note on the Robustness of Aggregate Ecosystem Service Values, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 778-780

Wolfgang Rid, Wolfgang Haider, Andrea Ryffel, Ben Beardmore, Visualisations in Choice Experiments: Comparing 3D Film-sequences and Still-images to Analyse Housing Development Alternatives, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 203-217

Y. Schaeffer, J.-C. Dissart, Natural and Environmental Amenities: A Review of Definitions, Measures and Issues, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 475-496

Preeya S. Mohan, Bazoumana Ouattara, Eric Strobl, Decomposing the Macroeconomic Effects of Natural Disasters: A National Income Accounting Perspective, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 1-9

Stefan Mann, Conservation by Innovation: What Are the Triggers for Participation Among Swiss Farmers?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 10-16

Emi Uchida, Stephen K. Swallow, Arthur J. Gold, James Opaluch, Achyut Kafle, Nathaniel H. Merrill, Clayton Michaud, Carrie Anne Gill, Integrating Watershed Hydrology and Economics to Establish a Local Market for Water Quality Improvement: A Field Experiment, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 17-25

G. Cornelis van Kooten, The Challenge of Mitigating Climate Change through Forestry Activities: What Are the Rules of the Game?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 35-43, ISSN 0921-8009

Evan E. Hjerpe, Outdoor Recreation as a Sustainable Export Industry: A Case Study of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 60-68

Jaime Nieto, Óscar Carpintero, Luis J. Miguel, Less than 2 °C? An Economic-Environmental Evaluation of the Paris Agreement, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 69-84

Sanela Arsić, Djordje Nikolić, Ivan Mihajlović, Aleksandra Fedajev, Živan Živković, A New Approach Within ANP-SWOT Framework for Prioritization of Ecosystem Management and Case Study of National Park Djerdap, Serbia, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 85-95

Marianne Aasen, Arild Vatn, Public Attitudes Toward Climate Policies: The Effect of Institutional Contexts and Political Values, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 106-114

Rose Pritchard, Casey M. Ryan, Isla Grundy, Dan van der Horst, Human Appropriation of Net Primary Productivity and Rural Livelihoods: Findings From Six Villages in Zimbabwe, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 115-124

Sittidaj Pongkijvorasin, Kimberly Burnett, Christopher Wada, Joint Management of an Interconnected Coastal Aquifer and Invasive Tree, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 125-135

Gioele Figus, J.Kim Swales, Karen Turner, Can Private Vehicle-augmenting Technical Progress Reduce Household and Total Fuel Use?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 136-147

Jinwon Bae, Sandy Dall’erba, Crop Production, Export of Virtual Water and Water-saving Strategies in Arizona, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 148-156

Hubert Buch-Hansen, The Prerequisites for a Degrowth Paradigm Shift: Insights from Critical Political Economy, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 157-163

Armon Rezai, Lance Taylor, Duncan Foley, Economic Growth, Income Distribution, and Climate Change, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 164-172

Ilaria Zambon, Anna Benedetti, Carlotta Ferrara, Luca Salvati, Soil Matters? A Multivariate Analysis of Socioeconomic Constraints to Urban Expansion in Mediterranean Europe, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 173-183

Michael A. Long, Michael J. Lynch, Paul B. Stretesky, The Great Recession, the Treadmill of Production and Ecological Disorganization: Did the Recession Decrease Toxic Releases Across US States, 2005–2014?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 184-192

Phi Cong Hoang, William McGuire, Aseem Prakash, Reducing Toxic Chemical Pollution in Response to Multiple Information Signals: The 33/50 Voluntary Program and Toxicity Disclosures, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 193-202

Ruth De Oñate-Calvín, José L. Oviedo, Matti Salo, Forest Resource-based Household Economy in the Communities of the Nanay River Basin, Peruvian Amazonia, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 218-227

Adam B. Barrett, Stability of Zero-growth Economics Analysed with a Minskyan Model, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 228-239

Kristiana Hansen, Esther Duke, Craig Bond, Melanie Purcell, Ginger Paige, Rancher Preferences for a Payment for Ecosystem Services Program in Southwestern Wyoming, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 240-249

Jennifer Orgill-Meyer, Marc Jeuland, Jeff Albert, Nathan Cutler, Comparing Contingent Valuation and Averting Expenditure Estimates of the Costs of Irregular Water Supply, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 250-264

Stefan Drews, Miklós Antal, Jeroen C.J.M. van den Bergh, Challenges in Assessing Public Opinion on Economic Growth Versus Environment: Considering European and US Data, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 265-272

Adam P. Marshall, Daniel W. O’Neill, The Bristol Pound: A Tool for Localisation?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 273-281

Ryan Abman, Rule of Law and Avoided Deforestation from Protected Areas, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 282-289

Zakaria Babutsidze, Andreas Chai, Look at me Saving the Planet! The Imitation of Visible Green Behavior and its Impact on the Climate Value-Action Gap, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 290-303

Sean Pascoe, Trevor Hutton, Eriko Hoshino, Offsetting Externalities in Estimating MEY in Multispecies Fisheries, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 304-311

Sabin Roman, Erika Palmer, Markus Brede, The Dynamics of Human-Environment Interactions in the Collapse of the Classic Maya, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 312-324

Chengyong Xiao, Qian Wang, Taco van der Vaart, Dirk Pieter van Donk, When Does Corporate Sustainability Performance Pay off? The Impact of Country-Level Sustainability Performance, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 325-333

Myriam Bounaffaa, Alessandro Florio, Xavier Le Roux, Pierre-Alain Jayet, Economic and Environmental Analysis of Maize Inoculation by Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria in the French Rhône-Alpes Region, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 334-346

Liv Lundberg, U. Martin Persson, Francisco Alpizar, Kristian Lindgren, Context Matters: Exploring the Cost-effectiveness of Fixed Payments and Procurement Auctions for PES, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 347-358

Rachel Nichols, Satoshi Yamazaki, Sarah Jennings, The Role of Precaution in Stock Recovery Plans in a Fishery with Habitat Effect, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 359-369

S.E. Jóhannesson, B. Davíðsdóttir, J.T. Heinonen, Standard Ecological Footprint Method for Small, Highly Specialized Economies, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 370-380

T. Luzzati, A. Parenti, T. Rughi, Economic Growth and Cancer Incidence, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 381-396

Mihoko Wakamatsu, Kong Joo Shin, Clevo Wilson, Shunsuke Managi, Exploring a Gap between Australia and Japan in the Economic Valuation of Whale Conservation, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 397-407

José Norberto Volante, Lucas Seghezzo, Can’t See the Forest for the Trees: Can Declining Deforestation Trends in the Argentinian Chaco Region be Ascribed to Efficient Law Enforcement?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 408-413

Tilman Santarius, Martin Soland, How Technological Efficiency Improvements Change Consumer Preferences: Towards a Psychological Theory of Rebound Effects, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 414-424

David Löw Beer, Teaching and Learning Ecosystem Assessment and Valuation, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 425-434

Paul E. Chambers, E. Glenn Dutcher, R. Mark Isaac, Improving Environmental Quality Through Aid: An Experimental Analysis of Aid Structures With Heterogeneous Agents, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 435-446

Marie Hyland, Valentin Bertsch, The Role of Community Involvement Mechanisms in Reducing Resistance to Energy Infrastructure Development, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 447-474

Jianfeng Song, Yanan Guo, Pute Wu, SHikun Sun, The Agricultural Water Rebound Effect in China, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 497-506

Martin C. Hänsel, Martin F. Quaas, Intertemporal Distribution, Sufficiency, and the Social Cost of Carbon, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 520-535

Pau Huguet Ferran, Reinout Heijungs, Joost G. Vogtländer, Critical Analysis of Methods for Integrating Economic and Environmental Indicators, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 549-559

Adam Loch, Sarah Ann Wheeler, Claire Settre, Private Transaction Costs of Water Trade in the Murray–Darling Basin, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 560-573

Yongbin Zhu, Yajuan Shi, Jing Wu, Leying Wu, Wen Xiong, Exploring the Characteristics of CO2 Emissions Embodied in International Trade and the Fair Share of Responsibility, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 574-587

Yoro Sidibé, Sébastien Foudi, Unai Pascual, Mette Termansen, Adaptation to Climate Change in Rainfed Agriculture in the Global South: Soil Biodiversity as Natural Insurance, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 588-596

Worship Mugido, Charlie M. Shackleton, Price Determination of Non-timber Forest Products in Different Areas of South Africa, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 597-606

Pierre Courtois, Charles Figuieres, Chloe Mulier, Joakim Weill, A Cost-Benefit Approach for Prioritizing Invasive Species, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 607-620

Edoardo Borgomeo, Bryan Vadheim, Firew B. Woldeyes, Tena Alamirew, Seneshaw Tamru, Katrina J. Charles, Seifu Kebede, Oliver Walker, The Distributional and Multi-Sectoral Impacts of Rainfall Shocks: Evidence From Computable General Equilibrium Modelling for the Awash Basin, Ethiopia, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 621-632

Natasha Charmaine A. Tamayo, Jonathan A. Anticamara, Lilibeth Acosta-Michlik, National Estimates of Values of Philippine Reefs’ Ecosystem Services, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 633-644

Florentine Brunner, Verena Kurz, David Bryngelsson, Fredrik Hedenus, Carbon Label at a University Restaurant – Label Implementation and Evaluation, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 658-667

Allan Beltrán, David Maddison, Robert J R Elliott, Is Flood Risk Capitalised Into Property Values?, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 668-685

Martin R. Nielsen, Henrik Meilby, Carsten Smith-Hall, Mariève Pouliot, Thorsten Treue, The Importance of Wild Meat in the Global South, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 696-705

Claudia Hitaj, Lori Lynch, Kenneth E. McConnell, Constant I. Tra, The Value of Ozone Air Quality Improvements to Renters: Evidence From Apartment Building Transactions in Los Angeles County, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 706-721

Andrew Jarvis, Energy Returns and The Long-run Growth of Global Industrial Society, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 722-729

Albert I. Ugochukwu, Jill E. Hobbs, Peter W.B. Phillips, William A. Kerr, Technological Solutions to Authenticity Issues in International Trade: The Case of CITES Listed Endangered Species, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 730-739

Arjan Trinks, Bert Scholtens, Machiel Mulder, Lammertjan Dam, Fossil Fuel Divestment and Portfolio Performance, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 740-748

Kang-Soek Lee, Richard A. Werner, Reconsidering Monetary Policy: An Empirical Examination of the Relationship Between Interest Rates and Nominal GDP Growth in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Japan, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 26-34

Andrea Cardoso, Valuation Languages Along the Coal Chain From Colombia to the Netherlands and to Turkey, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 44-59

Jens Teubler, Johannes Buhl, Michael Lettenmeier, Kathrin Greiff, Christa Liedtke, A Household’s Burden – The Embodied Resource Use of Household Equipment in Germany, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 96-105

Kristjan Jespersen, Caleb Gallemore, The Institutional Work of Payments for Ecosystem Services: Why the Mundane Should Matter, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 507-519

Veronika Liebelt, Stephan Bartke, Nina Schwarz, Revealing Preferences for Urban Green Spaces: A Scale-sensitive Hedonic Pricing Analysis for the City of Leipzig, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 536-548

Estrella Bernal, David Edgar, Bernard Burnes, Building Sustainability on Deep Values Through Mindfulness Nurturing, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 645-657

Maik Kecinski, Kent D. Messer, Audrey J. Peo, When Cleaning Too Much Pollution Can Be a Bad Thing: A Field Experiment of Consumer Demand for Oysters, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 686-695

Michelle M. Olivier, Johnathon L. Howard, Ben P. Wilson, Wayne A. Robinson, Correlating Localisation and Sustainability and Exploring the Causality of the Relationship, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 749-765

Monica Guillen-Royo, Book Review of Postgrowth and Wellbeing by Milena Büchs and Max Koch, Palgrave Macmillan (London), 2017, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 781-782

Anke Günther, Stefanie Böther, John Couwenberg, Silke Hüttel, Gerald Jurasinski, Profitability of Direct Greenhouse Gas Measurements in Carbon Credit Schemes of Peatland Rewetting, Ecological Economics, Volume 146, April 2018, Pages 766-771