2018 March Ecological Economics

Ecological Economics 145Ecological Economics
Volume 145, March 2018

ISSN 0921-8009

Enrique Calfucura, Governance, Land and Distribution: A Discussion on the Political Economy of Community-Based Conservation, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 18-26,

Javier Valdés, Arbitrariness in Multidimensional Energy Security Indicators, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 263-273

Aïchouche Oubraham, Georges Zaccour, A Survey of Applications of Viability Theory to the Sustainable Exploitation of Renewable Resources, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 346-367

Yee Keong Choy, Cost-benefit Analysis, Values, Wellbeing and Ethics: An Indigenous Worldview Analysis, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 1-9

Samuel Alexander, Jonathan Rutherford, Joshua Floyd, A Critique of the Australian National Outlook Decoupling Strategy: A ‘Limits to Growth’ Perspective, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 10-17

Robert M. Campbell, Tyron J. Venn, Nathaniel M. Anderson, Heterogeneity in Preferences for Woody Biomass Energy in the US Mountain West, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 27-37

Kostas Bithas, Dionysis Latinopoulos, Antonis Kolimenakis, Clive Richardson, Social Benefits From Controlling Invasive Asian Tiger and Native Mosquitoes: A Stated Preference Study in Athens, Greece, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 46-56

Gabriel S. Sampson, Economic spillovers in spatial harvest behavior, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 57-74

Ana de Jesus, Sandro Mendonça, Lost in Transition? Drivers and Barriers in the Eco-innovation Road to the Circular Economy, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 75-89

Hui Xu, Daniel G. Brown, Michael R. Moore, William S. Currie, Optimizing Spatial Land Management to Balance Water Quality and Economic Returns in a Lake Erie Watershed, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 104-114

Janne M. Korhonen, Overcoming Scarcities Through Innovation: What Do Technologists Do When Faced With Constraints?, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 115-125

Paola Rocchi, Mònica Serrano, Jordi Roca, Iñaki Arto, Border Carbon Adjustments Based on Avoided Emissions: Addressing the Challenge of Its Design, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 126-136

Anders Fremstad, Anthony Underwood, Sammy Zahran, The Environmental Impact of Sharing: Household and Urban Economies in CO2 Emissions, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 137-147

Conghe Song, Richard Bilsborrow, Pamela Jagger, Qi Zhang, Xiaodong Chen, Qingfeng Huang, Rural Household Energy Use and Its Determinants in China: How Important Are Influences of Payment for Ecosystem Services vs. Other Factors?, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 148-159

Bernhard Gill, Simon Moeller, GHG Emissions and the Rural-Urban Divide. A Carbon Footprint Analysis Based on the German Official Income and Expenditure Survey, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 160-169

Patricia C. Melo, Jiaqi Ge, Tony Craig, Mark J. Brewer, Ines Thronicker, Does Work-life Balance Affect Pro-environmental Behaviour? Evidence for the UK Using Longitudinal Microdata, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 170-181

Thomas Böcker, Wolfgang Britz, Robert Finger, Modelling the Effects of a Glyphosate Ban on Weed Management in Silage Maize Production, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 182-193

Fikadu Mitiku, Jan Nyssen, Miet Maertens, Certification of Semi-forest Coffee as a Land-sharing Strategy in Ethiopia, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 194-204

Laura Michelini, Ludovica Principato, Gennaro Iasevoli, Understanding Food Sharing Models to Tackle Sustainability Challenges, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 205-217

Trey Malone, Jayson L. Lusk, Consequences of Participant Inattention with an Application to Carbon Taxes for Meat Products, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 218-230

Jo-Ting Huang-Lachmann, Matthias Hannemann, Edeltraud Guenther, Identifying Links between Economic Opportunities and Climate Change Adaptation: Empirical Evidence of 63 Cities, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 231-243

Linda Ponta, Marco Raberto, Andrea Teglio, Silvano Cincotti, An Agent-based Stock-flow Consistent Model of the Sustainable Transition in the Energy Sector, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 274-300

Yuhui Qiao, Friederike Martin, Seth Cook, Xueqing He, Niels Halberg, Steffanie Scott, Xihe Pan, Certified Organic Agriculture as an Alternative Livelihood Strategy for Small-scale Farmers in China: A Case Study in Wanzai County, Jiangxi Province, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 301-307

Claudia Schwirplies, Citizens’ Acceptance of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: A Survey in China, Germany, and the U.S., Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 308-322

Jan Weinzettel, Richard Wood, Environmental Footprints of Agriculture Embodied in International Trade: Sensitivity of Harvested Area Footprint of Chinese Exports, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 323-330

Paulo Flores Ribeiro, Luís Catela Nunes, Pedro Beja, Luís Reino, Joana Santana, Francisco Moreira, José Lima Santos, A Spatially Explicit Choice Model to Assess the Impact of Conservation Policy on High Nature Value Farming Systems, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 331-338

Magnus Lindmark, Huong Nguyen Thu, Jesper Stage, Weak support for weak sustainability: Genuine savings and long-term wellbeing in Sweden, 1850–2000, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 339-345

Runsheng Yin, Hao Liu, Can Liu, Gang Lu, Households’ Decisions to Participate in China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program and Reallocate Their Labour Times: Is There Endogeneity Bias?, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 380-390

Benjamin Held, Dorothee Rodenhäuser, Hans Diefenbacher, Roland Zieschank, The National and Regional Welfare Index (NWI/RWI): Redefining Progress in Germany, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 391-400

Krzysztof Niedziałkowski, Ewa Komar, Agata Pietrzyk-Kaszyńska, Agnieszka Olszańska, Małgorzata Grodzińska-Jurczak, Discourses on Public Participation in Protected Areas Governance: Application of Q Methodology in Poland, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 401-409

Solomon Tarfasa, Bedru B. Balana, Tewodros Tefera, Teshale Woldeamanuel, Awdenegest Moges, Mengistu Dinato, Helaina Black, Modeling Smallholder Farmers’ Preferences for Soil Management Measures: A Case Study From South Ethiopia, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 410-419

Kelly Hellman, Jeffrey Wagner, Daniel Lass, Karl Korfmacher, Bríd Gleeson Hanna, Estimating the Economic Impact of Stormwater Runoff in the Allen Creek Watershed, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 420-429

Juan Antonio Duro, Anke Schaffartzik, Fridolin Krausmann, Metabolic Inequality and Its Impact on Efficient Contraction and Convergence of International Material Resource Use, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 430-440

Ole Martin Lægreid, Marina Povitkina, Do Political Institutions Moderate the GDP-CO2 Relationship?, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 441-450

Aliza Fleischer, Daniel Felsenstein, Michal Lichter, A Spatially Accurate Method for Evaluating Distributional Effects of Ecosystem Services, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 451-460

Solmaria Halleck Vega, Antoine Mandel, Technology Diffusion and Climate Policy: A Network Approach and its Application to Wind Energy, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 461-471

Nuno Ornelas Martins, The Classical Circular Economy, Sraffian Ecological Economics and the Capabilities Approach, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 38-45

Olof Johansson-Stenman, Animal Welfare, and Social Decisions: Is It Time to Take Bentham Seriously?, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 90-103

Samuel Bates, Patrick Saint-Pierre, Adaptive Policy Framework through the Lens of the Viability Theory: A Theoretical Contribution to Sustainability in the Anthropocene Era, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 244-262

Juan Ossa-Moreno, Neil McIntyre, Saleem Ali, James C.R. Smart, Diego Rivera, Upmanu Lall, Greg Keir, The Hydro-economics of Mining, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 368-379

Augusto Frota, Matheus Frota, Brazilian Conservation Under the Light of Historical Materialism, Ecological Economics, Volume 145, March 2018, Pages 472-475