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Volume 96 #4 (November 2020)

Volume 96 #3 (August 2020)

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Volume 95 #4 (November 2019)

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Volume 96:4 (November 2020)
Including Additional Pollutants into an Integrated Assessment Model for Estimating Nonmarket Benefits from Water Quality
Robert Griffin, Adrian Vogl, Stacie Wolny, Stefanie Covino, Eivy Monroy, Heidi Ricci, Richard Sharp, Courtney Schmidt, and Emi Uchida

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An Integrated Assessment Model for Valuing Water Quality Changes in the United States
Joel Corona, Todd Doley, Charles Griffiths, Matthew Massey, Chris Moore, Stephen Muela, Brenda Rashleigh, William Wheeler, Stephen D. Whitlock, and Julie Hewitt

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Linking Agricultural Nutrient Pollution to the Value of Freshwater Ecosystem Services
Frank Lupi, Bruno Basso, Cloé Garnache, Joseph A. Herriges, David W. Hyndman, and R. Jan Stevenson

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Best Management Practices and Nutrient Reduction: An Integrated Economic-Hydrologic Model of the Western Lake Erie Basin
Hongxing Liu, Wendong Zhang, Elena Irwin, Jeffrey Kast, Noel Aloysius, Jay Martin, and Margaret Kalcic

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Good Seeds Bear Good Fruit: Using Benefit-to-Cost Ratios in Multiobjective Spatial Optimization under Epistasis
Zhengxin Lang, Sergey S. Rabotyagov, Se Jong Cho, Todd Campbell, and Catherine L. Kling

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Willingness to Contribute as a Component of the Social Cost of Water Pollution
Laura Grant and Christian Langpap

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Overlooked Benefits of Nutrient Reductions in the Mississippi River Basin
Bryan Parthum and Amy W. Ando

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Volume 96:3 (August 2020)
Economy-Wide Modeling, Environmental Macroeconomics, and Benefit-Cost Analysis
V. Kerry Smith and Min Qiang Zhao

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An Econometric Approach toward Identifying the Relationship between Vehicular Traffic and Air Quality in Beijing
Shuai Chen, Ping Qin, Jie-Sheng Tan-Soo, Jintao Xu, and Jun Yang

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Effects of Water Quality Monitoring on Plant-Level Pollution: Evidence from the Clean Water Act
Lopamudra Chakraborti

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Flood Risk Perception in the Housing Market and the Impact of a Major Flood Event
Hannah Hennighausen and Jordan F. Suter

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The Relationship between Priority and Value of Irrigation Water Used with Prior Appropriation Water Rights
Gi-Eu Lee, Kimberly Rollins, and Loretta Singletary

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Intertemporal Substitution in Travel Cost Models with Seasonal Time Constraints
Patrick Lloyd-Smith, Joshua K. Abbott, and Wiktor Adamowicz

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Following the Market? Hedonic Farmland Valuation Using Sales Prices versus Self-reported Values
Daniel P. Bigelow, Jennifer Ifft, and Todd Kuethe

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Can Customary Land Tenure Facilitate Agricultural Productivity Growth? Evidence from Burkina Faso
Yoko Kusunose, Véronique Thériault, and Didier Alia

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Volume 96:2 (May 2020)
Invasive Species Control, Agricultural Pesticide Use, and Infant Health Outcomes
Benjamin A. Jones

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Legacies of Lead: Estimating Homebuyer Response to Potential Lead Exposure
Nicholas B. Irwin

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The Economics Impact of Critical-Habitat Designation: Evidence from Vacant-Land Transactions
Maximilian Auffhammer, Maya Duru, Edward Rubin, and David L. Sunding

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Who Cares? Future Sea Level Rise and House Prices
Olga Filippova, Cuong Nguyen, Ilan Noy, and Michael Rehm

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The Response of Recreation Demand to Recessionary Forces: Evidence from Local Lake Usage
Mohammad Mainul Hoque, Joseph A. Herriges, and Catherine L. Kling

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Additionality Violations in Agricultural Payment for Ecosystem Service Programs: Experimental Evidence
Gregory Howard

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Crop Yield and Democracy
James B. Ang, Per G. Fredriksson, and Satyendra Kumar Gupta

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Farmland Investment Characteristics from a Forward-Looking Perspective: An Explanation for the “High Return–Low Risk” Paradox
Xiaoguang Feng and Dermot J. Hayes

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Volume 96:1 (February 2020)
Moving beyond the Contingent Valuation versus Choice Experiment Debate: Presentation Effects in Stated Preference
Patrick Lloyd-Smith, Ewa Zawojska, and Wiktor Adamowicz

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Valuing Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Control in Public Forests: Scope Effects with Nonattendance
Christopher Giguere, Chris Moore, and John C. Whitehead

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The Effectiveness of a Water Right Retirement Program at Conserving Water
Tsvetan Tsvetanov and Dietrich Earnhart

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Evaluating the Effects of River and Stream Restorations: Evidence from Recreational Fishing
Michele Baggio, Charles Towe, Daniel Trüssel, and Armin Peter

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Resource Allocation under Fire
Jude Bayham and Jonathan K. Yoder

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How Migrants Benefit Poor Communities: Evidence on Collective Action in Rural Zambia
Tobias Vorlaufer and Björn Vollan

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Time Preferences of Food Producers: Does “Cultivate and Grow” Matter?
Yayan Hernuryadin, Koji Kotani, and Tatsuyoshi Saijo

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Volume 95:4 (November 2019)
The Impacts of Harmful Algal Blooms and E. coli on Recreational Behavior in Lake Erie
David Wolf, Wei Chen, Sathya Gopalakrishnan, Timothy Haab, and Allen Klaiber

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Agricultural Water Trading Restrictions and Drought Resilience
Daniel P. Bigelow, Anita M. Chaudhry, Jennifer Ifft, and Steven Wallander

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Preferences for Intrinsically Risky Attributes
Zack Dorner, Daniel A. Brent, and Anke Leroux

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The Implicit Price of Food Access in an Urban Area: Evidence from Milwaukee Property Markets
Phillip Warsaw and Daniel J. Phaneuf

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Suburbs or Skyscrapers? The Effect of China’s Leasing Market on Housing Decentralization
Peter Christensen

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The Fiscal Impact of Natural Resource Windfalls: Evidence from a Peruvian Natural Experiment
Leonardo Corral, Heath Henderson, and Juan Jose Miranda

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Geographic Heterogeneity and Technology Adoption: Evidence from Brazil
Juliano Assunção, Arthur Bragança, and Pedro Hemsley

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Volume 95:3 (August 2019)
Incorporating Stated Consequentiality Questions in Stated Preference Research
Patrick Lloyd-Smith, Wiktor Adamowicz, and Diane Dupont

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Does One Size Really Fit All? Ecological Endpoint Heterogeneity in Stated Preference Welfare Analysis
Anne Kejser Jensen, Robert J. Johnston, and Søren B. Olsen

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Exploring Spatial Sources of Preference Heterogeneity for Landslide Protection
Stefania Mattea

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Scale Heterogeneity and Its Implications for Discrete Choice Analysis
Katrina J. Davis, Michael Burton, and Marit E. Kragt

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Do Public Benefits of Voluntary Cleanup Programs Justify Their Public Costs? Evidence from New York
Olesya M. Savchenko and John B. Braden

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Is Airport Proximity an Amenity or Disamenity? An Empirical Investigation Based on House Prices
Ermanno Affuso, Steven B. Caudill, Franklin G. Mixon, Jr., and Kevin W. Starnes

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Fire, Tractors, and Health in the Amazon: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fire Policy
Thiago Morello, Simone Martino, Alejandro F. Duarte, Liana Anderson, Katrina J. Davis, Sonaira Silva, and Ian J. Bateman

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Safety in Numbers: Cost-effective Endangered Species Management for Viable Populations
Pierce Donovan, Lucas Bair, Charles B. Yackulic, and Michael Springborn

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Volume 95:2 (May 2019)
Pollution and Politician Productivity: The Effect of PM on MPs
Anthony Heyes, Nicholas Rivers, and Brandon Schaufele

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The Aftermath of Flood Zone Remapping: The Asymmetric Impact of Flood Maps on Housing Prices
Yau-Huo (Jimmy) Shr and Katherine Zipp

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This Old House: Historical Restoration as a Neighborhood Amenity
Geoffrey K. Turnbull, Scott A. Wentland, Bennie D. Waller, Walter R. T. Witschey, and Velma Zahirovic-Herbert

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Modeling Commercial Demand for Water: Exploring Alternative Prices, Instrumental Variables, and Heterogeneity
Matthew Flyr, Jesse Burkhardt, Christopher Goemans, Liesel Hans, Abbye Neel, and Alexander Maas

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Mind the Gap: Stated versus Revealed Donations and the Differential Role of Behavioral Factors
J. A. Bouma and M. J. Koetse

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Where Are the Fish Landed? An Analysis of Landing Plants in Norway
Andreea L. Cojocaru, Frank Asche, Ruth Beatriz Mezzalira Pincinato, and Hans-Martin Straume

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Competition or Cooperation? Peer Effects in the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery
Nancy Haskell, Aaron Mamula, and Trevor C. Collier

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Timberland Investment under Both Financial and Biophysical Risk
Bin Mei, David N. Wear, and Jesse D. Henderson

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Volume 95:1 (February 2019)
The Spatial Dynamics of the Economic Impacts of an Aquatic Invasive Species: An Empirical Analysis
Katherine Y. Zipp, David J. Lewis, Bill Provencher, and Jake Vander Zanden

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Adaptation, Sea Level Rise, and Property Prices in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
Patrick Walsh, Charles Griffiths, Dennis Guignet, and Heather Klemick

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Intrahousehold Productivity Differentials and Land Quality in the Sudan Savanna of Mali
Melinda Smale, Véronique Thériault, Hamza Haider, and Alpha Oumar Kergna

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Does Large Farm Establishment Create Benefits for Neighboring Smallholders? Evidence from Ethiopia
Daniel Ali, Klaus Deininger, and Anthony Harris

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The Burden of Water Shortages on Informal Firms
Asif Islam

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The Spatial and Temporal Diffusion of Agricultural Land Prices
Xinyue Yang, Martin Odening, and Matthias Ritter

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Does Governmental Assistance Affect Private Decisions to Insure? An Empirical Analysis of Flood Insurance Purchases
Meri Davlasheridze and Qing Miao

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Volume 94:4 (November 2018)
An Experimental Economics Investigation of the Land Value Tax: Efficiency, Acceptability, and Positional Goods
Joshua M. Duke and TianHang Gao

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Property Value Impacts of Wind Turbines and the Influence of Attitudes toward Wind Energy
Richard J. Vyn

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Foreign Land Acquisitions and Institutional Distance
Valentina Raimondi and Margherita Scoppola

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Transaction Costs, Land Rental Markets, and Their Impact on Youth Access to Agriculture in Tanzania
Jacob Ricker-Gilbert and Jordan Chamberlin

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“Land Sparing” in a von Thünen Framework: Theory and Evidence from Brazil
Francisco Fontes and Charles Palmer

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The (Uneven) Spatial Distribution of the Bakken Oil Boom
Johanna Richter, Alliana Salanguit, and Alexander James


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The Dynamics of Supply: U.S. Corn and Soybeans in the Biofuel Era
Hyunseok Kim and GianCarlo Moschini

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Volume 94:3 (August 2018)
Neither Boon nor Bane: The Economic Effects of a Landscape-Scale National Monument
Paul M. Jakus and Sherzod B. Akhundjanov

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The Role of Royalties in Resource Extraction Contracts
Robert F. Conrad, Bryce Hool, and Denis Nekipelov

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Who Can Be Trusted to Manage the Fish? A Study Comparing Trust between Stakeholders
Håkan Eggert, Mitesh Kataria, and Elina Lampi

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Urban Stream Restoration Projects: Do Project Phase, Distance, and Type Affect Nearby Property Sale Prices?
Maya Jarrad, Noelwah R. Netusil, Klaus Moeltner, Anita T. Morzillo, and J. Alan Yeakley

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Incomplete Information and Adverse Impacts of Environmental Cleanup
Corey Lang and Patrick Cavanagh

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Prospect Theory and Tenure Reform: Impacts on Forest Management
Karen A. Sullivan, Emi Uchida, Thomas W. Sproul, and Jintao Xu

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District Subdivision and the Location of Smallholder Forest Conversion in Sumatra
Marc N. Conte and Philip Shaw

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Correcting On-Site Sampling Bias: A New Method with Application to Recreation Demand Analysis
Wei Shi and Ju-Chin Huang

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Volume 94:2 (May 2018)
Economics Effectiveness of Implementing a Statewide Building Code: The Case of Florida
Kevin M. Simmons, Jeffrey Czajkowski, and James M. Done

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Flood Risk, Local Hazard Mitigation, and the Community Rating System of the National Flood Insurance Program
Jingyuan Li and Craig E. Landry

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Has Forest Certification Reduced Forest Degradation in Sweden?
Laura Villalobos, Jessica Coria, and Anna Nordén

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Can Labor Market Imperfections Explain Changes in the Inverse Farm Size–Productivity Relationship? Longitudinal Evidence from Rural India
Klaus Deininger, Songqing Jin, Yanyan Liu, and Sudhir K. Singh

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Measuring the Income Elasticity of Water Demand: The Importance of Publication and Endogeneity Biases
Tomas Havranek, Zuzana Irsova, and Tomas Vlach

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Testing Preference Formation in Learning Design Contingent Valuation Using Advanced Information and Repetitive Treatments
Claudia Aravena, W. George Hutchinson, Fredrik Carlsson, and David I. Matthews

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Substitution Effects and Spatial Preference Heterogeneity in Single- and Multiple-Site Choice Experiments
Ivana Logar and Roy Brouwer

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Volume 94:1 (February 2018)
An Empirical Structural Model of Productivity and Conservation Reserve Program Participation
Heesun Jang and Xiaodong Du

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Additionality in U.S. Agricultural Conservation Programs
Roger Claassen, Eric N. Duquette, and David J. Smith

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How and Why Petroleum Leases are Held by Production: Analysis of a Compound Option
James L. Smith

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Eliciting Preferences for Public Goods in Nonmonetized Communities: Accounting for Preference Uncertainty
Andreas Pondorfer and Katrin Rehdanz

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Lost Use-Value from Environmental Injury when Visitation Drops at Undamaged Sites
Garrett Glasgow and Kenneth Train

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Will U.S. Forests Continue to Be a Carbon Sink?
Xiaohui Tian, Brent Sohngen, Justin Baker, Sara Ohrel, and Allen A. Fawcett

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Spatial Planning and Segmentation of the Land Market: The Case of the Netherlands
Or Levkovich, Jan Rouwendal, and Lars Brugman

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Volume 93:4 (November 2017)
Disability Discrimination in the Italian Rental Housing Market: A Field Experiment with Blind Tenants
Luca Fumarco

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Disentangling Effects of Policy Reform and Environmental Changes in the Norwegian Coastal Fishery for Cod
Florian Diekert and Tore Schweder

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Volume 93:3 (August 2017)
How Does Urbanization Affect Water Withdrawals? Insights from an Econometric-Based Landscape Simulation
Daniel P. Bigelow, Andrew J. Plantinga, David J. Lewis, and Christian Langpap

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What Is the Cost of a Renewable Energy–Based Approach to Greenhouse Gas Mitigation?
Anthony Oliver and Madhu Khanna

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Volume 92:4 (November 2016)
Global Food Demand and Carbon-Preserving Cropland Expansion under Varying Levels of Intensification
Justin Andrew Johnson, Carlisle Ford Runge, Benjamin Senauer, and Stephen Polasky

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Assessing Cost-effectiveness of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and Interactions between the CRP and Crop Insurance
Ruiqing Miao, Hongli Feng, David A. Hennessy, and Xiaodong Du

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Volume 92:3 (August 2016)
Threshold-Level Public Good Provision with Multiple Units: Experimental Effects of Disaggregated Groups with Rebates
Pengfei Liu, Stephen K. Swallow, and Christopher M. Anderson

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Volume 92:2 (May 2016)
Incentivizing and Tendering Conservation Contracts: The Trade-off between Participation and Effort Provision
Steven Schilizzi and Uwe Latacz-Lohmann

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Spillovers in Regional Fisheries Management: Do Catch Shares Cause Leakage?
Sam Cunningham, Lori S. Bennear, and Martin D. Smith

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Volume 92:1 (February 2016)
Maintaining Public Goods: The Capitalized Value of Local Park Renovations
Mitchell R. Livy and H. Allen Klaiber

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The Impact of Agri-environmental Schemes on Farm Performance in Five E.U. Member States: A DID-Matching Approach
Linda Arata and Paolo Sckokai

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Volume 91:3 (August 2015)
Open Access iconGendered Perceptions of Land Ownership and Agricultural Decision-making in Ecuador: Who Are the Farm Managers?
Jennifer Twyman, Pilar Useche, and Carmen Diana Deere

 

Volume 91:2 (May 2015)

Is There a Farm Size–Productivity Relationship in African Agriculture? Evidence from Rural Rwanda
Daniel Ayalew Ali and Klaus Deininger

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Volume 91:1 (February 2015)

Hidden Flexibility: Institutions, Incentives and the Multiple Margins of Selectivity in Fishing
Joshua K. Abbott, Alan C. Haynie, and Matthew N. Reimer

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Volume 90:4 (November 2014)

From the Editor: Publication of Enduring Quality Award

Cost-effective Recovery of an Endangered Species: The Red-cockaded Woodpecker
Ryan M. Finseth and Jon M. Conrad

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Volume 90:3 (August 2014)
The Implications of Environmental NGO Involvement in Fisheries Management
Margrethe Aanesen and Claire W. Armstrong

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Volume 90:2 (May 2014)
Open Access iconCapitalization of the Single Payment Scheme into Land Value: Generalized Propensity Score Evidence from the European Union
Jerzy Michalek, Pavel Ciaian, and d’Artis Kancs

 

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Volume 87:4 (November 2011)
Erratum for "How Can Behavioral Economics Inform Nonmarket Valuation? An Example from the Preference Reversal Literature"

Jonathan E. Alevy, John A. List, and Wiktor L. Adamowicz

 

Volume 87:3 (August 2011)
Erratum for "Crowding Out Open Space: The Effects of Federal Land Programs on Private Land Trust Conservation"
Dominic P. Parker and Walter N. Thurman

 

Volume 87:1 (February 2011)
From the Editor: Prize in History of Economics

 

 

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Volume 85:1 (February 2009)
Editor's Introduction

 

 

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Volume 84:1 (February 2008)
Making Markets for Development Rights Work: What Determines Demand?
Elizabeth Kopits, Virginia McConnell, and Margaret Walls

 

 

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Volume 83:3 (August 2007)
Erratum for "A Simple Empirical Model of Data Fourling by High-Grading in Capture Fisheries"
C. Michael Wernerheim and Richard L. Haedrich

 

 

Volume 83:2 (May 2007)
Erratum for "Environmental and Land Use Regulation in Nonrenewable Resource Industries"
Shelby Gerking and William E. Morgan

 

 

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Volume 81:4 (November 2005)
From the Editor

 

 

Volume 81:3 (August 2005)
From the Editor

 

 

Volume 81:2 (May 2005)
Erratum for "A Discrete/Continuous Choice Approach to Residential Water Demand under Block Rate Pricing: Comment"
Donald M. Waldman

 

 

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