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Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper
Palavras-chave: Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2001
URL: http://purl.umn.edu/18800
Unintended Consequences: The Spillover Effects of Common Property Regulations
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Rausser,
Gordon C.; Hamilton,
Stephen F.; Kovach,
Marty; Stifter,
Rayan.
The closure of the Hawaiian longline swordfish fishery over the period 2001- 2004, which was motivated by the protection of
endangered sea turtles, created the elements of a natural experiment that allows identification of the market transfer of catch (and
sea turtle by-catch) to other regions. This paper exploits the fact that the vessels in the Hawaiian longline fishery sell their catch in
the US fresh swordfish market to analyze the pattern of changes in US fresh and frozen swordfish consumption both before and
after the closure regulation was imposed. The mechanisms by which any unintended consequences on endangered sea turtles in
other fishery locations in the world are shown to take place through the US swordfish market. At the estimated annual...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper
Palavras-chave: Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2008
URL: http://purl.umn.edu/6181
THE VALUE OF ADDITIONAL CENTRAL FLYWAY WETLANDS: THE CASE OF
NEBRASKA'S RAINWATER BASIN WETLANDS
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Poor,
P. Joan.
Waterfowl habitat is a biological resource which is neither bought nor sold in the traditional market sense. Nebraska, which is
situated near the center of North American Central Flyway, contains unique wetlands habitat. Recognizing this, resource
managers working in Nebraska promote regulatory protection of such areas. This study found that Nebraskans positively value
their state’ 's Rainwater Basin wetland region in that they are willing to pay to have it maintained and expanded. In addition, this
study demonstrates how this value was estimated and illustrates how such a value can assist in policy decisions regarding habitat
acquisition programs.
Tipo: Journal Article
Palavras-chave: Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 1999
URL: http://purl.umn.edu/30877
Rural Utilities Service's Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program and its Contribution to
Small Public Water System Improvements in New York State
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Schmit,
Todd M.; Boisvert,
Richard N.
TIrroughout the debate over re-authorization of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), it has been clear that members of both
Houses of Congress are keenly aware of the financial burden facing the owners of small water systems in their efforts to comply
with the 1986 and future amendments to the SDWA. The most reliable source of funds for drinking water and wastewater
improvements for small systems has been the Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program administered through the Rural
Utilities Service (RUS) of the USDA's Rural Development mission area. This report provides some background of the RUS loan
and grant program. Specific attention is directed towards New York's Rural Development efforts where we develop small system
cost models related to...