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15th Annual BIOECON Conference
Conservation and Development:
Exploring Conflicts and Challenges

18-20 September 2013
Kings College, Cambridge
United Kingdom


DAY 1:
DAY 2:
18.00 - 19.30

Kings College
8.00 - 8.45
8.45 - 9.00
Welcome Address
Final Announcement
9.00 - 10.00
Plenary Session 1 Plenary Session 2
10.00 - 10.30
Coffee break Coffee break
10.30 - 12.30
Parallel Sessions A1 - A4
Parallel Sessions D1 - D4
12.30 - 13.30
Lunch Lunch
13.30 - 15.00
Parallel Sessions B1 - B4
Plenary Policy Session 2
15.00 - 15.30
Coffee break Coffee break
15.30 - 17.00
Parallel Sessions C1 - C4 Parallel Sessions E1 - E4
17.00 - 18.30
Plenary Policy Session 1  
18.30 - 19.30
BIOECON internal meetings  
19.15 - 20.00
Pre-dinner Drinks  
20.00 - 22.00
Social Dinner

Wednesday 18 September 2013

14:00 – 19:00 Registration                                                                                                                     Conference Office

18:00 - 19:30 Welcome Cocktail                                                                                                           Back Lawn/ Great Hall




Thursday 19 September 2013

08:00 – 08:45 Registration                                                                                                                     Conference Office
08:45 – 9:00 Welcome Address – OPENING BIOECON XV


09:00 – 10:00 PLENARY SESSION 1                                                                                                             Keynes Hall

Chair:  Prof. Ben Groom, London School of Economics, UK

Keynote Address

Prof. Thomas STERNER, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Red-Lists and Hot-Spots - Questioning the Role of Rare Species Strategies in Biodiversity Management

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee break                                                                                                                      Chetwynd Room

10:30 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS A1 – A4

10:30 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A1   -   Experimental Economics 

Chair: Daan van Soest                                                                                                                                       Beves Room

Justin DIJK, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
The Endowment Effect and Strategic Behavior in Repeated Procurement Auctions: Implications for Payment for Ecosystem Services Schemes
Justin Dijk and Daan Van Soest 

Discussant: Timo Goeschl

Timo GOESCHL, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Second and Third Party Sanctioning when Monitoring is Costly: Experimental Evidence
Timo Goeschl and Johannes Jarke
Discussant: Justin Dijk

Andreas KONTOLEON, University of Cambridge, UK
Social Effects of Earned versus Unearned Aid: A Field Experiment in Sierra Leone
Andreas Kontoleon, Erwin Bulte, John List, Ty Turley and Maarten Voors
Discussant: Daan van Soest

Daan VAN SOEST, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
The Public Goods Game Revisited
Daan van Soest, Jan Stoop and Jana Vyrastekova
Discussant: Andreas Kontoleon

10:30 – 12.30  PARALLEL SESSION A2  -  Environmental Policy I

Chair:   Joaquin Morales-Belpaire                                                                                        Keynes Seminar Room 2

Grischa PERINO, School of Business, Economics and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg, Germany
Private Provision of Public Goods under Quantity Regulation: Cap-and-Trade Schemes Limit Green Consumerism
Grischa Perino
Discussant: Jihad El Naboulsi

Jihad EL NABOULSI, Université de Franche-Comté, France
Optimal Environmental Taxes and Information Sharing under Private and Public Information Regimes
Jihad El Naboulsi, Wassim Daher and Yigit Saglam
[Please contact author for full paper at ] 
Discussant: Marita Laukkanen

Marita LAUKKANEN, Government Institute for Economic Research, Finland
Fertilizer Taxes for Controlling Agricultural Pollution: An Empirical Assessment
Marita Laukkanen and Celine Nauges
Discussant: Joaquin Morales-Belpaire

Joaquin MORALES-BELPAIRE, University of Namur, Belgium
Government Incentives for Private Ownership of Public Goods: Theory and Evidence from Belgium
Joaquin Morales-Belpaire, Gani Aldashev, François Libois and Astrid Similon
Discussant: Grischa Perino

10:30 – 12.30  PARALLEL SESSION A3   -   Stated Preference I: Methodology

Chair: Bo Jellesmark Thorsen                                                                                                  Saltmarsh Dining Room

Danny CAMPBELL, University of Stirling, UK
How Quick Can You Click? The Role of Response Time in Online Stated Choice Experiments
Danny Campbell, Morten Raun Mørkbak and Søren Bøye Olsen
Discussant: Vladimir Otrachshenko

Vladimir OTRACHSHENKO, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Italy
Protest Attitudes and Stated Preferences: Evidence on Scale Usage Heterogeneity
Vladimir Otrachshenko, Maria A. Cunha-e-Sá, and Luis C. Nunes
Discussant: Fatemeh Baktiari

Fatemeh BAKHTIARI, Centre for Macroecology, Conservation and Climate, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Testing Embedding or Reversed Embedding Effects in Valuation of Forest Biodiversity
Fatemeh Bakhtiari, Thomas Hedemark Lundhede, James Gibbons, Niels Strange and Jette Bredahl Jacobsen
Discussant: Bo Jellesmark Thorsen

Bo JELLESMARK THORSEN, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Public Support for Conserving Bird Species Runs Counter to Climate Change Impacts on Their Distributions
Nick Hanley, Thomas Hedemark Lundhede, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Jon Fjeldså, Carsten Rahbek, Niels Strange and Bo Jellesmark Thorsen
Discussant: Danny Campbell

10:30 – 12.30  PARALLEL SESSION A4   -   Special Session: Climate Change Adaptation

Chair: Salvatore Di Falco                                                                                                      Saltmarsh Reception Room

Mintewab BEZABIH, Grantham Research Centre on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics, UK
Explaining Investment in Soil Conservation: Weather Risk, Rate of Time Preferences and Tenure Security in the Highlands of Ethiopia
Mintewab Bezabih, Salvatore Di Falco, Gunnar Kohlin
Discussant: Francesco Bosello

Salvatore DI FALCO, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Managing Environmental Risk in the Presence of Climate Change: The Role of Adaptation in the Nile Basin of Ethiopia
Salvatore Di Falco and Marcella Veronesi
Discussant: Martina Bozzola

Martina BOZZOLA, CIES, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Switzerland
Adaptation to Climate Change: Farmers' Risk Preferences and The Role of Irrigation
Martina Bozzola
Discussant: Marcella Veronesi

Francesco BOSELLO, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Italy
Climate Change and Adaptation: The Case of Nigerian Agriculture
Francesco Bosello, Lorenza Campagnolo, Fabio Eboli
Discussant: Mintewab Bezabih

12:30 – 13:30    Lunch                                                                                                                              Kings Dining Hall

13:30-15:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS B1 - B4

13:30-15:00 PARALLEL SESSION B1   -    Agriculture I:  Technology, Biodiversity and Food Security

Chair:  Marcella Veronesi                                                                                                                                 Beves Room 

Ben GROOM, London School of Economics, UK
Understanding the Impact of Agricultural Technology Adoption: K-Factors, Spillovers and Pitfalls
Aliou Diagne and Ben Groom
Discussant: Stefania Lovo

Stefania LOVO, Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics, UK
Tenure Insecurity And Investment in Soil Conservation. Evidence from Malawi
Stefania Lovo
Discussant: Marcella Veronesi

Marcella VERONESI, Institute for Environmental Decision, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
The Impact of Biodiversity on Child Health: Empirical Evidence from South Africa
Marcella Veronesi and Jonas Hilty
[Please contact author for full paper at ] 
Discussant: Ben Groom

13:30 – 15.00 PARALLEL SESSION B2  -   
Fisheries I: Invasive Species

Chair: Marjolaine Frésard                                                                                                         Keynes Seminar Room 2       

Yajie LIU, SINTEF, Norway
Fishy Fish? The Economic Impacts of Escaped Farmed Fish
Yajie Liu, Jon Olaf Olaussen and Anders Skonhoft
Discussant: Adam Walker

Jon-Olaf OLAUSSEN, Trondheim Business School, Norway
Wild Salmon Harvest with Farmed Salmon Induced Mortality
Yajie Liu, and Anders Skonhoft
Discussant: Marjolaine Frésard

Marjolaine FRESARD, University of Brest, France                                                                 
Sustainable Harvest of a Native Species and Control of an Invasive Species: A Bioeconomic Model of a Commercial Fishery Invaded by a Space Competitor
Marjolaine Frésard, Carole Ropars-Collet
Discussant: Yajie Liu


13:30-15:00 PARALLEL SESSION B3   -   Natural Resource Management: Wildlife and Nuisance Species

Chair:   Anne Borge Johannesen                                                                                              Saltmarsh Dining Room

Jan Tore SOLSTAD, Trondheim Business School, HIST, Norway
An Institutional Perspective on Externalities. The Nordic Wolf Re-colonization
Jan Tore Solstad, Eivind Egeland Aronsen and Anders Skonhoft
Discussant: Mordechai Shechter

Mordechai SHECHTER, Natural Resource and Environmental Resource Centre, University of Haifa, Israel
Optimal Species Preservation Policy in Symbiotic Relationships between Species
Shiri Zemah Shamir, Benyamin Shitovitz and Mordechai Shechter
Discussant: Anne Borge Johannesen

Anne Borge JOHANNESEN, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Conservation versus Exploitation of Wild Animal Species: Property Rights and Conflicts
Anne Borge Johannesen and Anders Skonhoft
Discussant: Jan Tore Solstad

13:30-15:00 PARALLEL SESSION B4   -   Payments for Ecosystem Services

Chair:    Estelle Midler                                                                                                           Saltmarsh Reception Room

Suzanne VEDEL, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Private Forest Owners’ Willingness to Accept Contracts for Ecosystem Service Provision
Suzanne Vedel Jette Bredahl Jacobsen and Bo Jellesmark Thorsen
Discussant: Laura Onofri

Laura ONOFRI, CIESM‐The Mediterranean Science Commission, Montecarlo
Material Transfer Agreements: an Economic and Econometric Analysis
Laura Onofri
Discussant: Estelle Midler

Estelle MIDLER, Basque Centre for Climate Change, Spain
Do Communication and Distributional Issues Affect PES Effectiveness? Insights from a Field Experiment in Peru
Estelle Midler,  Adam Drucker, Ulf Narloch, Unai Pascual and Jose Luis Soto
[Please contact author for full paper at] 
Discussant: Suzanne Vedel

15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break                                                                                                                       Chetwynd Room

15:30 – 17.00 PARALLEL SESSION C1 - C4

15:30 – 17.00 PARALLEL SESSION C1   -  Fisheries II                                                                               Beves Room

Chair: Brooks Kaiser                                                                                                                         

Marjolaine FRESARD, University of  Brest, France
Exploring the Influence of Fisheries Management Regimes and Value Chain on Price Formation at Auction: The Case of French Scallop Fisheries
Gabrielle Lesur-Irichabeau, Marjolaine Frésard and O Guyader
Discussant: Esther Regnier

Esther REGNIER, Paris School of Economics, France
Robust Viable Management of a Harvested Ecosystem Model
Esther Regnier and Michel De Lara
Discussant: Brooks Kaiser

Brooks KAISER, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Bioeconomic Factors of Natural Resource Transitions: The US Sperm Whale Fishery of the 19th Century
Brooks Kaiser
Discussant: Marjolaine Frésard

15:30 – 17.00  PARALLEL SESSION C2   -   Economics of Ecosystem Services I
Chair: Arjan Ruijs                                                                                                                         Keynes Seminar Room 2             

Christine BERTRAM, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany
Urban Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being: The Role of Urban Green Spaces
Christine Bertram and Katrin Rehdanz
Discussant: Rui Mota

Rui MOTA, NOVA School of Business and Economics, Portugal
Managing Multiple Ecosystem Services Provision: Cereal Production, Soil Quality and Habitat Preservation
Rui Mota and Maria A. Cunha-e-Sá
Discussant: Arjan Ruijs

Arjan RUIJS, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Netherlands
Assessing Trade-offs between Food Production, Biodiversity and Carbon Sequestration for Eastern Europe
Arjan Ruijs, Ada Wossink, and Mika Kortelainen
Discussant: Christine Bertram

15:30 – 17.00 PARALLEL SESSION C3   -   Fisheries III: Management under Uncertainty

Chair: Sophie Gourguet                                                                                                               Saltmarsh Dining Room       

Claire ARMSTRONG, University of Tromso, Norway
Habitat-Fisheries Interactions and Management – The Case of Redfish Fisheries and Cold Water Coral in Iceland
Claire Armstrong, Naomi Foley and Viktoria Kahui
Discussant: Luc Doyen

Luc DOYEN, National Centre for Scientific Research, France
Stochastic Ecoviability for Small Case Fisheries
Luc Doyen, A.A. Cissé, F. Blanchard, JC. Péreau
Discussant: Sophie Gourguet

Sophie GOURGUET, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, CSIRO-UTAS, France
Risk versus Economic Performance in a Mixed Fishery: the Case of the Northern Prawn Fishery in Australia
Sophie Gourguet, Thébaud, C. Dichmont, S. Jennings, L.R. Little, S. Pascoe, R.A. Deng, L. Doyen
Discussant: Claire Armstrong

15:30 – 17.00 PARALLEL SESSION C4  -  Common Property Resources: Norms and Property Rights

Chair: François Libois                                                                                                          Saltmarsh Reception Room

Nicolas QUEROU, LAboratoire Montpelliérain d'Économie Théorique et Appliquée, France
Partial Enclosure of the Commons
Nicolas Querou, Christopher Costello, Agnes Tomini
Discussant: Andries Richter

Andries RICHTER, CEES, University of Oslo, Norway
Using Economic Information to Anticipate Transitions in Social-Ecological Systems
Andries Richter and Vasilis Dakos
Discussant: François Libois

François LIBOIS, Centre for Research in the Economics of Development,University of Namur, Belgium
Why Are Some Communities Able to Preserve Their Natural Resources When Others Fail to Achieve It?
François Libois
Discussant: Nicolas Querou


17:00 - 18:30 PLENARY POLICY SESSION 1 - Food Security and Biodiversity                                     Keynes Hall 

Chair / Moderator: Dr. Pushpam Kumar, Ecosystem Services Economics Unit, UNEP, Kenya

Rapporteur:  Dr. Derek Eaton, CIES, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies, Switzerland

Prof. M.S. SWAMINATHAN, Swaminathan Foundation, India (recorded intervention available at
Dr. Prem BINDRABAN, Virtual Fertilizer Research Centre, USA
Dr. Peter HAZELL, former director, Development Strategy and Governance Division, IFPRI, USA
Prof. Gunnar KOHLIN, Environment for Development, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Dr Ben PHALAN, Conservation Science Group, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK


Scientific and Institutional Partners Meeting                                                                                               Beves Room  

19:15 - 20:00     Pre-Dinner Drinks                                                                                           Kings College Dining Hall 

20:00 - 22:00 CONFERENCE SOCIAL DINNER                                                                        Kings College Dining Hall




Friday 20 September 2013


08:45 – 9:00 Final Announcement                                                                                                                   Keynes Hall

09:00 – 10:00 PLENARY SESSION 2                                                                                                                Keynes Hall

Chair: Prof. Carlo Carraro, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and University of Venice, Italy

Keynote Address

Prof. Robert MENDELSOHN, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, USA
The Economics of Climate Change and Conservation

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee break                                                                                                                         Chetwynd Room

10:30 – 12:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS D1 - D4

10:30 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION D1   -  Stated Preference II: Applications

Chair: Sandra Rousseau                                                                                                                                   Beves Room 

Rhona BARR, Conservation Strategy Fund, UK
Investigating Fishers’ Preferences for the Design of Marine Payments for Environmental Services Schemes: The Application of Choice Experiments
Rhona Barr and Suzanna Mourato
Discussant: Jean Baptiste Marre

Jean Baptiste MARRE, Queensland University of Technology / Université de Bretagne Occidentale / CSIRO
Non-Market Use and Non Use Values for Preserving Ecosystem Services over Time: A Choice Experiment Application to Marine Ecosystems in New-Caledonia
J.B. Marre, Luke Brander, Olivier Thebaud, Sean Pascoe, Nicolas Pascal, Jean Boncoeur, Louisa Coglan
[Please contact author for full paper at] 
Discussant: Nick Hanley

Nick HANLEY, University of Stirling, UK
Price Effects and the Demand for Illegally-Hunted Bushmeat in the Serengeti
Nick Hanley, Mirko Moro, Anke Fischer, E.J.Milner-Gulland, Asanterabi Lowassa, Loiruck C. Naiman
Discussant: Sandra Rousseau

Sandra ROUSSEAU, HU Brussels and Leuven University, Belgium
The Potential of Fair-trade and Organic Labels for Chocolate: Good News and Bad News
Sandra Rousseau
Discussant: Rhona Barr


10:30 – 12.30   PARALLEL SESSION D2   -   Agriculture II: Ecosystems and Water

Chair:     Roger Cremades                                                                                                          Keynes Seminar Room 2

Dafna DISEGNI, Tel Aviv University, Israel
The Welfare Gain from Running Water Auctions for Agriculture in Israel
Dafna DiSegni, Amity Feder and Zvika Neeman
[Please contact author for full paper at] 
Discussant: John Gutrich

John GUTRICH, Southern Oregon University, USA
Water, Native Plant Communities, and Air Quality in Owens Valley, California (USA): An Ecological-Economic Analysis of Groundwater Management Sustaining Alkali Meadow Communities
John Gutrich, Keith Gigliello, Kim Vest, and Andrew Elmore
Discussant: Henry Travers

Henry TRAVERS, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK
A Tale of Two Villages: An Investigation of Household Land Use and Compliance under Tenure Reform in a Cambodian Protected Forest
Henry Travers, Kyle Winney, Tom Clements, Tom Evans & E.J. Milner-Gulland
Discussant: Roger Cremades

Roger CREMADES, University of Hamburg, Germany
Policy Supports, Economic Incentives and the Adoption of Agricultural Water Saving Technology in China
Roger Cremades, Jinxia Wang and Joe Morris
Discussant: Dafna DiSegni

10:30 – 12.30   PARALLEL SESSION D3   -   Forests

Chair:     Anca Pana                                                                                                                         Saltmarsh Dining Room

Marije SCHAAFSMA, CSERGE, University of East Anglia, UK
Tanzanian Timber Markets Provide Early Warnings of Logging Down the Timber Chain
Marije Schaafsma, Neil D. Burgess, Ruth Swetnam, Yonika Ngaga, Kerry Turner, Thorsten Treue
Discussant: Aiora Zabala

Aiora ZABALA, University of Cambridge, UK
Understanding the Role of Livelihoods in the Adoption of Silvopasture in the Tropical Forest Frontier
Aiora Zabala, Luis Garcia Barrios and Unai Pascual
Discussant: Elias Cisneros

Elias CISNEROS, University of Bonn, Germany
Unintended Consequences of Anti-Corruption Strategies: Public Fiscal Audits and Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon
Elias Cisneros, Jorge Hargrave, Krisztina Kis-Katos
Discussant: Anca Pana

Anca PANA, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Baseline Choice and Performance Implications for REDD
Anca Pana and Jonathan Gheyssensy
Discussant: Marije Schaafsma

10:30 – 12.30  PARALLEL SESSION D4   -   Behavioural Economics and Environmental Policy

Chair: Megan Evans                                                                                                                Saltmarsh Reception Room     

Pan HE, Institute for Environmental Decisions, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
The Role of Risk, Ambiguity, and Time Preferences in the Participation in Renewable Energy PES Programmes: Experimental Evidence from China
Pan He, Stefanie Engels, Marcella Veronesi
Discussant: Roland Olbrich

Roland OLBRICH, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany
Characterizing Commercial Cattle Farms in Namibia: Risk, Management and Sustainability
Roland Olbrich, Martin F. Quaas and Stefan Baumgärtner
Discussant: Megan Evans

Megan EVANS, Australian National University, Australia
A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush: Ecological Time Preference and Biodiversity Offsets
Megan Evans, Martine Maron, Philip Gibbons and Hugh P. Possingham
Discussant: Daiju Narita

Daiju NARITA, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany
Adaptation to Climate Change and Climate Variability: Do it Now or Wait and See?
Narita Daiju and Martin Quaas
Discussant:  Pan He

12:30 – 13:30    Lunch                                                                                                                               Kings Dining Hall

13:30 – 15.00 PLENARY POLICY SESSION 2 - Biodiversity Offsets:  Solution or Problem?

Chair: Dr. Stuart Whitten, CSIRO, Australia                                                                                                  Keynes Hall

Rapporteur: Prof. Ben Groom, London School of Economics, UK

Prof. David HILL, The Environment Bank, UK  
Dr. Katia KAROUSAKIS, OECD, France
Prof. James SALZMAN, Duke University School of Law, USA
Prof. Thomas STERNER, Goteborg University, Sweden

ALSO -  FOODSECURE/MAVA WORKSHOP ON GLOBAL LAND USE MODELING                                 Beves Room
(by invitation)

15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break                                                                                                                       Chetwynd Room

15:30 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS E1 - E4

15:30 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSION E1   -   Economics of Ecosystem Services II

Chair: Simon Dietz                                                                                                                                            Beves Room 

R. David SIMPSON, United States Environmental Protection Agency, USA
The Economics of an Ecosystem Service: The Case of Natural Pollination
R. David Simpson
Discussant: Stefan Baumgartner

Stefan BAUMGÄRTNER, Futures of Ecosystem Services Centre, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany
The Relationship between Intragenerational and Intergenerational Justice in the Use of Ecosystems and Their Services
Stefan Baumgärtner, Stefanie Glotzbach, Martin Quaas
Discussant: Bruno Lanz

Bruno LANZ, CIES, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland
Economic Growth, Population Dynamics, and the Value of Land Reserves: An Integrated Assessment
Bruno Lanz, Simon Dietz and Tim Swanson
Discussant: R. David Simpson

15:30 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSION E2   -   Agriculture III: Information

Chair: Derek Eaton                                                                                                                         Keynes Seminar Room 2      

Pierre COURTOIS, LAboratoire Montpelliérain d'Économie Théorique et Appliquée, France
Farmer Bargaining Power and Market Information Services
Pierre Courtois and Julie Subervie
Discussant: Saraly Andrade de Sa

Saraly ANDRADE DE SA, Institute for Environmental Decisions, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Switching to Semi-Perennial Energy Crops: Real Options and Investment Timing?
Saraly Andrade de Sa
[Please contact author for full paper at] 
Discussant: Derek Eaton

Derek EATON, CIES, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies,Switzerland
Innovation and IPRs for Agricultural Crop Varieties as Intermediate Goods
Derek Eaton
Discussant: Pierre Courtois

15:30 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSION E3   -   Environmental Policy II

Chair: Ram Pandit                                                                                                                           Saltmarsh Dining Room

Alicia PEREZ-ALONSO, University of Vigo, Spain
Understanding Stakeholders Prioritisation of Invasive Plants
Julia Touza-Montero, A.B. Pérez-Alonso, M.L.C. Chas-Amil, and K. Dehnen-Schmutz
Discussant: Stuart Whitten

Stuart WHITTEN, CSIRO and ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Creating an Environmental Commodity: The Impact of Alternative Metric Structures on Relative Investment Values in the Environmental Stewardship Program in Australia
Stuart Whitten and Art Langston
Discussant: Ram Pandit

Ram PANDIT, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Western Australia, Australia
Impacts of Population and Income Growth Rates on Threatened Mammals and Birds
Ram Pandit and David Laband
Discussant: Julia Touza-Montero

15:30 – 17:00 PARALLEL SESSION E4   -   Fisheries IV

Chair: Julia Hoffman                                                                                                                Saltmarsh Reception Room

Basak BAYRAMOGLU, INRA, UMR Economie Publique, France
Fishery Resources and Trade Openness: Evidence from Turkey
Basak Bayramoglu and Jean-François Jacques
Discussant: Martin Quaas

Martin QUAAS, Institute of Economics, Kiel University, Germany
Windows of Opportunity for Sustainable Fisheries Management: The Case of Eastern Baltic Cod
Martin Quaas, Bernd Klauer, Thomas Petersen and Johannes Schiller
Discussant: Julia Hoffman

Julia HOFFMAN, Institute of Economics, Kiel University, Germany
European Fisheries Policy and the Common Pool Problem in the Council of Ministers
Julia Hoffman and Martin Quaas
Discussant: Basak Bayramoglu 





Announcement and Call for papers

Programme and papers


Book of Abstracts

List of participants

Logistical information