Ecological Economics – October 2014

Volume 106

Understanding the heterogeneity of social preferences for fire prevention management

  • Pages 91-104
  • Elsa Varela, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Mario Soliño

Bioenergy and rural development: The role of agroforestry in a Tanzanian village economy

  • Pages 155-166
  • Anja Faße, Etti Winter, Ulrike Grote

Sustainable harvest of a native species and control of an invasive species: A bioeconomic model of a commercial fishery invaded by a space competitor

  • Pages 1-11
  • Marjolaine Frésard, Carole Ropars-Collet

Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups

  • Pages 12-32
  • Mona Chitnis, Steve Sorrell, Angela Druckman, Steven K. Firth, Tim Jackson

Give and take: How the funding of adaptation to climate change can improve the donor’s terms-of-trade

  • Pages 44-55
  • Oliver Schenker, Gunter Stephan

Environmental justice and air pollution: A case study on Italian provinces

  • Pages 69-82
  • Anna Rita Germani, Piergiuseppe Morone, Giuseppina Testa

A flexible ecosystem services proto-typology based on public opinion

  • Pages 83-90
  • L.M. Stapleton, P. Hanna, N. Ravenscroft, A. Church

The impact of environmental policy instruments on innovation: A review of energy and automotive industry studies

  • Pages 112-123
  • Anna Bergek, Christian Berggren

Project evaluation with democratic decision-making: What does cost–benefit analysis really measure?

  • Pages 124-131
  • Karine Nyborg

Understanding the shadow impacts of investment and divestment decisions: Adapting economic input–output models to calculate biophysical factors of financial returns

  • Pages 132-140
  • J. Ritchie, H. Dowlatabadi

Towards a more inclusive and precautionary indicator of global sustainability

  • Pages 141-154
  • John C.V. Pezzey, Paul J. Burke

Capitalist diversity and de-growth trajectories to steady-state economies

  • Pages 167-173
  • Hubert Buch-Hansen

A dynamic bio-economic model for community management of goat and oak forests in Zagros, Iran

  • Pages 174-185
  • Arezoo Soltani, Prem L. Sankhayan, Ole Hofstad

Perverse incentives in fishery management: The case of the defeso in the Brazilian Amazon

  • Pages 186-194
  • Maria Angélica de Almeida Corrêa, James R. Kahn, Carlos Edwar de Carvalho Freitas

Integrating agricultural pest biocontrol into forecasts of energy biomass production

  • Pages 195-203
  • T. Skevas, S.M. Swinton, T.D. Meehan, T.N. Kim, C. Gratton, A. Egbendewe-Mondzozo

Climate change and farm-level adaptation decisions and strategies in drought-prone and groundwater-depleted areas of Bangladesh: an empirical investigation

  • Pages 204-213
  • Mohammad Alauddin, Md Abdur Rashid Sarker

Participatory systems mapping for sustainable consumption: Discussion of a method promoting systemic insights

  • Pages 33-43
  • Michal Sedlacko, Andre Martinuzzi, Inge Røpke, Nuno Videira, Paula Antunes

Nested open systems: An important concept for applying ecological footprint analysis to sustainable development assessment

  • Pages 105-111
  • Jiun-Jiun Ferng

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