Ecological Economics – September 2014

Ecological Economics – September 2014, Volume 105

On the empirical content of carbon leakage criteria in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 78-88
  • Ralf Martin, Mirabelle Muûls, Laure B. de Preux, Ulrich J. Wagner

Conservation through intensification? The effects of plantations on natural forests

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 204-210
  • Robert Heilmayr

Prioritizing payment for environmental services: Using non-market benefits and costs for optimal selection

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 319-329
  • Joshua M. Duke, Steven J. Dundas, Robert J. Johnston, Kent D. Messer

Explaining the rank order of invasive plants by stakeholder groups

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 330-341
  • Julia Touza, Alicia Pérez-Alonso, María L. Chas-Amil, Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz

Land-based greenhouse gas emission offset and leakage discounting

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 265-273
  • Man-Keun Kim, Denis Peralta, Bruce A. McCarl

The impact of changing rainfall variability on resource-dependent wealth dynamics

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 48-54
  • Christopher B. Barrett, Paulo Santos

Controlling non-additional credits from nutrient management in water quality trading programs through eligibility baseline stringency

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 233-239
  • Marc Ribaudo, Jeffrey Savage

Economic drivers of biological invasions: A worldwide, bio-geographic analysis

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 154-165
  • Silvana Dalmazzone, Sergio Giaccaria

An Empirical Study of the Determinants of Green Party Voting

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 306-318
  • Ingmar Schumacher

The effect of ISO 14001 on environmental regulatory compliance in China

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 254-264
  • William McGuire

Zero discounting can compensate future generations for climate damage

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 40-47
  • Marc D. Davidson

Smarter than metering? Coupling smart meters and complementary currencies to reinforce the motivation of households for energy savings

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 89-96
  • Hélène Joachain, Frédéric Klopfert

Willingness to pay of committed citizens: A field experiment

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 31-39
  • Dominique Ami, Frédéric Aprahamian, Olivier Chanel, Robert-Vincent Joulé, Stéphane Luchini

The If, How and Where of assessing sustainable resource use

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 274-283
  • Frank Figge, Tobias Hahn, Ralf Barkemeyer

Inequality and rules in the governance of water resources

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 124-129
  • Carmen Marchiori

Linking common property resource management to human capital outcomes

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 139-153
  • Ram Ranjan

Do government ideology and fragmentation matter for reducing CO2-emissions? Empirical evidence from OECD countries

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 1-10
  • Sebastian Garmann

Wind farms — Where and how to place them? A choice experiment approach to measure consumer preferences for characteristics of wind farm establishments in Sweden

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 193-203
  • Kristina Ek, Lars Persson

Beyond environmental and ecological economics: Proposal for an economic sociology of the environment

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 240-253
  • Corinne Gendron

Why do farmers join Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) schemes? An Assessment of PES water scheme participation in Brazil

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 166-176
  • Matheus A. Zanella, Christian Schleyer, Stijn Speelman

Markets in environmental governance — From theory to practice

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 97-105
  • Arild Vatn

Patterns of change in material use and material efficiency in the successor states of the former Soviet Union

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 211-219
  • James West, Heinz Schandl, Fridolin Krausmann, Jan Kovanda, Tomas Hak

Pluralising climate change solutions? Views held and voiced by participants at the international climate change negotiations

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 177-184
  • Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Mattias Hjerpe, Katarina Buhr

Energy savings and the rebound effect with multiple energy services and efficiency correlation

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 55-66
  • Neal K. Ghosh, Michael F. Blackhurst

Corrigendum to “Ecological footprint of nations: Comparison of process analysis, and standard and hybrid multiregional input–output analysis” [Ecol. Econ. 101 (2014); 115–126]

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Page 350
  • Jan Weinzettel, Kjartan Steen-Olsen, Edgar G. Hertwich, Michael Borucke, Alessandro Galli

Is eco-village/urban village the future of a degrowth society? An urban planner’s perspective

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 130-138
  • Jin Xue

Linkages between landscapes and human well-being: An empirical exploration with short interviews

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 19-30
  • Claudia Bieling, Tobias Plieninger, Heidemarie Pirker, Christian R. Vogl

Activism mobilising science

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 67-77
  • Marta Conde

Wild food in Europe: A synthesis of knowledge and data of terrestrial wild food as an ecosystem service

  • Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 292-305
  • C.J.E. Schulp, W. Thuiller, P.H. Verburg

Product level embodied carbon flows in bilateral trad

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 106-117
  • Misato Sato

Toward a neoclassical theory of sustainable consumption: Eight golden age propositions

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 220-232
  • Harry D. Saunders

Negative externalities in cropping decisions: Private versus common land

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 185-192
  • J.M. Benito-Ostolaza, R. Ezcurra, N. Osés-Eraso

Valuing tradeoffs between agricultural production and wetland condition in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 284-291
  • Moriah B. Bostian, Alan T. Herlihy

An updated biodiversity nonuse value function for use in climate change integrated assessment models

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 342-349
  • Wesley R. Brooks, Stephen C. Newbold

Do conservation auctions crowd out voluntary environmentally friendly activities?

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 118-123
  • Gerda J. Kits, Wiktor L. Adamowicz, Peter C. Boxall

Ecological economics, Marxism, and technological progress: Some explorations of the conceptual foundations of theories of ecologically unequal exchange

  • Ecological Economics, Volume 105, September 2014, Pages 11-18
  • Alf Hornborg

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