Journal Articles


Li, Q., Bronnmann, J., Karasik, R., Quaas, M. F. and Smith, M. D. [2021], ‘An age-structured backward-bending supply of fish: Implications for conservation of bluefin tuna’, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 8(1), 165–192.

Cavatorta, E. and Groom, B. [2020], ‘Do deterrent policies change preferences? evidence from a natural experiment’, European Economic Review 127.

Drechsler, M. [2020], Ecological-Economic Modelling for Biodiversity Conservation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Haensel, M., Drupp, M. A., Nesje, F., Johansson, D., Azar, C., Freeman, M., Groom, B. and Sterner, T. [2020], ‘Climate economics support for the un climate targets’, Nature Climate Change 10, 781–789.

Okonkwo, J. U. and Quaas, M. F. [2020], ‘Welfare effects of natural resource privatization: a dynamic analysis’, Environment and Development Economics 25(3), 205–225.

Probst, B., BenYishay, A., Kontoleon, A. and dos Reis, T. N. P. [2020], ‘Impacts of a large-scale titling initiative on deforestation in the brazilian amazon’, Nature Sustainability 3(12), 1019–1026.

Quaas, M. F., Baumgärtner, S., Drupp, M. A. and Meya, J. N. [2020], ‘Intertemporal utility with heterogeneous goods and constant elasticity of substitution’, Economics Letters 191, 109092.

Thunstrom, L., Newbold, S., Finnoff, D., Ashworth, M. and Shogren, J. F. [2020], ‘The benefits and costs of using social distancing to flatten the curve for covid-19’, Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis .

van Klink, R., Bowler, D. E., Gongalsky, K. B., Swengel, A. B., Gentile, A. and Chase, J. M. [2020], ‘Meta-analysis reveals declines in terrestrial but increases in freshwater insect abundances’, Science 368(6489), 417–420.

West, T. A. P., Börner, J., Sills, E. O. and Kontoleon, A. [2020], ‘Overstated carbon emission reductions from voluntary redd+ projects in the brazilian amazon’, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Wiik, E., Jones, J. P. G., Pynegar, E., Bottazzi, P., Asquith, N., Gibbons, J. and Kontoleon, A. [2020], ‘Mechanisms and impacts of an incentive-based conservation program with evidence from a randomized control trial’, Conservation Biology 34(5), 1076–1088.

Dedeurwaerdere, T., Hannachi, M. [2019]. Socio-economic drivers of coexistence of landraces and modern crop varieties in agro-biodiversity rich Yunnan rice fields , Ecological Economics, Volume 159, May 2019, Pages 177-188

Ferré, M., Muller, A., Leifeld, J., Bader, C., Müller, M., Engel, S. and Wichmann, S. [2019], ‘Sustainable management of cultivated peatlands in Switzerland: Insights, challenges, and opportunities’, Land Use Policy 87, 104019.

Fiore, S., Elia, D., Blanquer, I., Brasileiro, F. V., Nuzzo, A., Nassisi, Paola, Rufino, I. A., Seijmonsbergen Arie C., Niels S. Anders, Galvão, C. d. O., Cunha, John E. de B.L., Caballer, M., Sousa-Baena, M. S., Canhos, V. P. and Aloisio, G. [2019], ‘Bioclimate: A science gateway for climate change and biodiversity research in the EUBrazilCloudConnect project’, Future Generation Computer Systems 94, 895–909.

Lancker, K. and Quaas, M. F. [2019], ‘Increasing marginal costs and the efficiency of differentiated feed-in tariffs’, Energy Economics 83, 104–118.

Thomas, F., Midler, E., Lefebvre, M. and Engel, S. [2019], ‘Greening the common agricultural policy: a behavioural perspective and lab-in-the-field experiment in Germany’, European Review of Agricultural Economics 134(2017), 48.

Voss, R., Quaas, M. F., Stiasny, M. H., Hänsel, M., Stecher Justiniano Pinto, G. A., Lehmann, A., Reusch, T. B. H. and Schmidt, J. O. [2019], ‘Ecological-economic sustainability of the baltic cod fisheries under ocean warming and acidification’, Journal of environmental management 238, 110–118.

Ferré, M., Engel, S. and Gsottbauer, E. [2018], ‘Which agglomeration payment for a sustainable management of organic soils in Switzerland? An experiment accounting for farmers’ cost heterogeneity’, Ecological Economics 150(C), 24–33.

The effects of disease on optimal forest rotation: a generalisable analytical framework, Macpherson, M. F., Kleczkowski, A., Healey, J. R. and Hanley, N. (2018) . Environmental and Resource Economics, (doi:10.1007/s10640-016-0077-4)

Krämer, J.-E., Wätzold, F. 2018. The Agglomeration Bonus in Practice – an Exploratory Assessment of the Swiss Network Bonus, Journal for Nature Conservation, Volume 43, June 2018, Pages 126-13

He, P., Veronesi, M., Engel, S. 2017. Consistency of Risk Preference Measures: An Artefactual Field Experiment from Rural China. Forthcoming. Journal of Development Studies

Muller, A., Ferré, M., Engel, S., Gattinger, A., Holzkämper, A., Huber, R., Müller, M., Six, J.  2017. Can soil-less crop production be a sustainable option for soil conservation and future agriculture? Land Use Policy 69: 102-105.

Wunder, S., Brouwer, R., Engel, S., Ezzine-de-Blas, D., Muradian, R., Pascual, U., Pinto, R. 2018. From principles to practice in paying for nature’s services. Nature Sustainability, March 2018.

Gerhardinger, L. C.; Gorris, P.; Gonçalves, L. R.; Herbst, D. F.; Vila-Nova, D. A.; Carvalho, F. G. de; Glaser, M.; Zondervan, R.; Glavovic, B. (2018). Healing Brazil’s Blue Amazon: The role of knowledge networks in nurturing cross-scale transformations at the frontlines of ocean sustainability. Frontiers in Marine Science 4:395. doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00395.

Glaeser, B.; Ferse, S. C. A.; Gorris, P. (2018) Fisheries in Indonesia between livelihoods and environmental degradation: Coping strategies in the Spermonde Archipelago, Sulawesi. In Global Change in Marine Systems: Integrating Natural, Social and Governing Responses; Guillotreau, P., Bundy, A., Perry, R. I., Eds.; Routledge: Oxon/New York, 2018; pp. 67–82 (ISBN 978-1-138-05922-1).

Gsottbauer, E., Gampfer, R., Bernold, E., and Delas, A-M., 2017. Broadening the scope of loss and damage to legal liability: an experiment", Climate Policy, 2017: 1-12.

Henintsoa Randrianarison, Jeannot Ramiaramanana and Frank Wätzold (2017): When to Pay? Adjusting the Timing of Payments in PES Design to the Needs of Poor Land-users, Ecological Economics (138), 168-177

Javaid, A., Janssen, M., Rueter, H., Schlüter, A. "When Patience Leads to Destruction: The Curious Case of Individual Time Preferences and the Adoption of Destructive Fishing Gears." Ecological Economics142 (2017): 91-103.

Kaiser, B.A.; Kourantidou, M; and Fernandez, L. 2018. A Case for the Commons: The Snow Crab in the Barents. Journal of Environmental Management 210: 338-348

Seong Do YunBarbara HutniczakJoshua K. Abbott and Eli P. Fenichel, Ecosystem-based management and the wealth of ecosystems, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2017.

Stefan Baumgärtner, Moritz A. Drupp, Jasper N. Meya, Jan M. Munz, Martin F. Quaas (2017). Income inequality and willingness to pay for environmental public goods, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 85: 35-61.

Bertram C, and Quaas MF (2016). Biodiversity and Optimal Multi-species Ecosystem Management. Environmental and Resource Economics. doi:10.​ 1007/​s10640-015-9988-8 Quaas MF, Stoeven M, Klauer B, Schiller J, Petersen T (2017).

Windows of opportunity for sustainable fisheries management: The case of Eastern Baltic cod. Environmental and Resource Economics. doi 10.1007/s10640-017-0122-y

Pascual U, Balvanera P, Díaz S, Pataki G, Roth E, Stenseke M, Watson RT, Dessane EB, Islar M, Kelemen E, Maris V, Quaas MF, Subramanian SM, Wittmer H, Adlan A, Ahn S, Al-Hafedh YS, Amankwah E, Asah ST, Berry P, Bilgin A, Breslow SJ, Bullock C, Cáceres D, Daly-Hassen H, Figueroa E, Golden CD, Gómez-Baggethun E, González-Jiménez D, Houdet J, Keune H, Kumar R, Ma K, May PH, Mead A, O'Farrell P, Pandit R, Pengue W, Pichis-Madruga R, Popa F, Preston S, Pacheco-Balanza D, Saarikoski H, Strassburg BB, van den Belt M, Verma M, Wickson F, Yagi N (2017). Valuing nature's contributions to people: the IPBES approach. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27: 7–16.

Seong Do Yun, Barbara Hutniczak, Joshua K. Abbott, and Eli P. Fenichel, Ecosystem-based management and the wealth of ecosystems, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, June 2017.

R. David Simpson, 2017. The simple but not-too-simple valuation of ecosystem services: basic principles and an illustrative example, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 6 , 1.  pp. 96 - 106.

Engel, S. 2016. "The Devil in the Detail: A Practical Guide on Designing Payments for Environmental Services", International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 9(1–2):131-177. Article available at

Gorris, P. 2016. Deconstructing the Reality of Community-Based Management of Marine Resources in a Small Island Context in Indonesia. Frontiers in Marine Science 3:120. [open access]

Reutemann, T., Engel, S., Pareja, E. 2016. How (not) to Pay - Field Experimental Evidence on the Design of REDD+ Payments. Ecological Economics 129: 220-229.

Thomas, F. & Knüppe, K. (2016): From Flood Protection to Flood Risk Management: Insights from the Rhine River in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Water Resources Management 30, 8: 2785-2800. doi: 10.1007/s11269-016-1323-9

Martin Drechsler, Henrik G. Smith, Astrid Sturm und Frank Wätzold (2016): Cost-effectiveness of conservation payment schemes for species with different range sizes, Conservation Biology 30 (4), 894-899. O. Schöttker, K. Johst, M.

Drechsler, F. Wätzold (2016): Land for biodiversity conservation – to buy or borrow?, Ecological Economics 129 94-103.

Hoberg, N. and S. Baumgärtner (2017), Irreversibility and uncertainty cause an intergenerational equity-efficiency trade-off, Ecological Economics 131: 75–86. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.015.

Olbrich, R., M.F. Quaas and S. Baumgärtner (2016), Characterizing commercial cattle farms in Namibia: Risk, management and sustainability, African Journal of Agricultural Research 11(41): 4109–4120. doi:10.5897/AJAR2016.10981  

Engel, S., Palmer, C., Taschini, L., Urech, S. 2015. “Conservation Payments under Uncertainty”. Land Economics 91(1): 36-56.

Veronesi, M., Reutemann, T., Zabel, A., and S. Engel. 2015. „Designing REDD+ schemes when forest users are not forest landowners: Evidence from a survey-based experiment in Kenya.“ Ecological Economics 116: 46-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.04.009.

Wätzold, F.,Drechsler, M., Johst, K., Mewes, M., Sturm, A. (2015): A Novel, Spatiotemporally Explicit Ecological-economic Modeling Procedure for the Design of Cost-effective Agri-environment Schemes to Conserve Biodiversity, American Journal of Agricultural Economics (online), doi: 10.1093/ajae/aav058.

Karin Johst, Martin Drechsler, Melanie Mewes, Astrid Sturm, Frank Wätzold, A novel modeling approach to evaluate the ecological effects of timing and location of grassland conservation measures, Biological Conservation 182 (2015) 44–52.

Baumgärtner, S., A.M. Klein, D. Thiel, K. Winkler (in press), Ramsey discounting of ecosystem services, Environmental and Resource Economics, DOI: 10.1007/s10640-014-9792-x.

Engler, J.-O. and S. Baumgärtner (2015), Model choice and size distribution: a Bayequentist approach, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97(3): 978–997. DOI: 10.1093/ajae/aau034.

Abson, D.J., H. von Wehrden, S. Baumgärtner, J. Fischer, J. Hanspach, W. Härdtle, H. Heinrichs, A.M. Klein, D.J. Lang, P. Martens and D. Walmsley (2014), Ecosystem services as a boundary object for sustainability, Ecological Economics 103, 29–37.

Olbrich, R., M.F. Quaas and S. Baumgärtner (2014), Personal norms of sustainability and farm management behavior, Sustainability 6, 4990–5017. DOI: 10.3390/su6084990

Lukomska, N., M.F. Quaas and S. Baumgärtner (2014), Bush encroachment control and risk management in semi-arid rangelands, Journal of Environmental Management 145, 24–34.

Zabel, A., Bostedt, G., Engel, S. 2014. "Performance Payments for Groups: The Case of Carnivore Conservation in Northern Sweden." Environmental and Resource Economics 59(4): 613-631.

Engel, S., Palmer, C., Taschini, L., Urech, S. 2015. "Conservation Payments under Uncertainty". In press in Land Economics 91(1): 36-56.

Veronesi, M., Reutemann, T., Zabel, A., and S. Engel. 2015. "Designing REDD+ schemes when forest users are not forest landowners: Evidence from a survey-based experiment in Kenya." Ecological Economics 116: 46-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.04.009.

A.Skonhoft and P. Gong (2014): Wild salmon fishing. Fishing the old of young? Resource and Energy Economics 36, 417 – 435.

Y. Liu, J. O. Olaussen and A. Skonhoft (2014): Fishy fish? The impacts of escaped farmed fish. Aquaculture Economics & Management 18, 273 – 302.

Batur, F., Dedeurwaerdere, T. 2014. The use of agrobiodiversity for plant improvement and the intellectual property paradigm: institutional fit and legal tools for mass selection, conventional and molecular plant breeding. Life Sciences, Society and Policy 10:14. doi:10.1186/s40504-014-0014-7.

Popa, F., Guillermin, M., Dedeurwaerdere, T. 2014. A pragmatist approach to transdisciplinarity in sustainability research: From complex systems theory to reflexive science." Futures. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2014.02.002.

Jesús Barreal, Maria L. Loureiro and Juan Picos. "On insurance as a tool for securing forest restoration after wildfires" Forest Policy and Economics, 42(2014)15-23.

Ekroos, J., Olsson, O., Rundlöf, M., Wätzold, F., Smith, H. G. (2014): Optimizing agri-environment schemes for biodiversity, ecosystem services or both?, Biological Conservation, 172, 65-71.

Wätzold, F., Drechsler, M. (in press) Agglomeration payment, agglomeration bonus or homogeneous payment? Resource and Energy Economics, available online

Baumgärtner S and Strunz S. (2014), The economic insurance value of ecosystem resilience, Ecological Economics 101, 21–31 R.

David Simpson, Ecosystem services as substitute inputs: Basic results and important implications for conservation policy, Ecological Economics, 98 (2014) 102–108

Quaas MF and Requate T. Sushi or Fish Fingers? Seafood Diversity, Collapsing Fish Stocks, and Multi-species Fishery Management. Scandinavian Journal of Economics 115(2): 381–422.

Anders Skonhoft, Vebjørn Veiberg, Asle Gauteplass and Jon Olaf Olaussen, Balancing cost and income in red deer management – a case study from Norway, Journal of Environmental Management 115, 2013, 179-188.

Anne. B. Johannesen, Anders Nielsen and Anders Skonhoft, Livestock management at northern latitudes. Potential effects of climate change in sheep farming , Ecological Economics 93, 2013, 239-248.

Per Stromberg, Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Unai Pascual. The heterogeneity of public ex-situ collections of microorganisms: Empirical evidence about conservation practices, industry spillovers and public goods. Environmental Science & Policy.

Catarina Ferreira, Julia Touza, Carlos Rouco, et al. Habitat management as a generalized tool to boost European rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus populations in the Iberian Peninsula: a cost-effectiveness analysis. Mammal Review, doi:10.1111/mam.12006.

Quaas MF, van Soest D, and Baumgärtner S (2013). Complementarity, impatience, and the resilience of natural-resource-dependent economies. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management,

Derissen S and Quaas MF (2013). Combining performance-based and action-based payments to provide environmental goods under uncertainty. Ecological Economics (85):77-84.

Kapaun U and MF Quaas (2013). Does the optimal size of a fish stock increase with environmental uncertainties? Environmental and Resource Economics 54(2):293-310. doi: 10.1007/s10640-012-9606-y

Quaas MF, Ruckes K, Requate T, Skonhoft A, Vestergaard N, and Voss R (2013). Incentives for Optimal Management of Age-Structured Fish Populations. Resource and Energy Economics 35(2):113-134.

M. Bezabih and M. Sarr, "Risk Preferences and Environmental Uncertainty: Implications for Crop Diversification Decisions in Ethiopia", December 2012, Environmental and Resource Economics, 53: 483--505.

Loureiro, Maria L., John B. Loomis. International Public Preferences and Provision of Public Goods: Assessment of Passive Use Values in Large oil Spills.

Alló, Maria, Maria L. Loureiro, 2013. Estimating a meta-damage regression model for large accidental oil spills. " Ecological Economics, 86, 167-175.

Andrea Ghermandi, Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, A global map of coastal recreation values: Results from a spatially explicit meta-analysis, Ecological Economics, Volume 86, February 2013, Pages 1–15.

Olbrich, R. M.F. Quaas and S. Baumgärtner (2012), A survey of commercial cattle farmers in semi-arid rangelands of Namibia on risk, sustainability and management, Schmollers Jahrbuch / Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 132(3), 463–471.

Nick Hanley, Simanti Banerjee, Gareth D. Lennox and Paul R. Armsworth, How should we incentivize private landowners to "produce" more biodiversity?, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 28(1), pp. 93–113

Jeffrey P. Prestemon, Maria L. Chas-Amil, Julia M. Touza, and Scott L. Goodrick, Forecasting intentional wildfires using temporal and spatiotemporal autocorrelations, International Journal of Wildland Fire 2012, 21, 743–754

Jean-Paul Chavas and Salvatore Di Falco, On the Productive Value of Crop Biodiversity: Evidence from the Highlands of Ethiopia, Land Economics, February 2012, 88 (1): 58–74, ISSN 0023-7639; E-ISSN 1543-8325

Quaas MF, Froese R, Herwartz H, Requate T, Schmidt JO, Voss R. Fishing Industry Borrows from Natural Capital at High Shadow Interest Rates. Ecological Economics.

Tahvonen O, Schmidt JO, Voss R, Quaas MF. Optimal harvesting of an age-structured schooling fishery. Environmental and Resource Economics.

Touza J., Drechsler M., Smart J.C.R., Termansen M. (2012) Emergence of cooperative behaviours in management of mobile ecological resources. Environmental Modelling & Software. In press.

Yajie Liu, Ola H. Diserud, Kjetil Hindar, Anders Skonhoft, An Ecological-Economic Model on the Effects of Interactions between Escaped Farmed and Wild Salmon (Salmo salar), Fish and Fisheries, Feb 2012.

Nicolas Gerber, Biodiversity measures based on species-level dissimilarities: A methodology for assessment, Ecological Economics 70(12), 2275-2281

Eric Naevdal, Jon Olaf Olaussen and Anders Skonhoft , A bieconomic model of trophy hunting, Ecological Economics (in press)

Quaas MF and Baumgärtner S., Optimal grazing management rules in semi-arid rangelands with uncertain rainfall, Natural Resource Modeling 25(2), 364–387

Quaas MF and Requate T. Sushi or Fish Fingers? Seafood Diversity, Collapsing Fish Stocks, and Multi-species Fishery Management. Scandinavian Journal of Economics.

Skonhoft A, Vestergaard, N and Quaas MF. Optimal harvest in an age structured model with different fishing selectivity. Environmental and Resource Economics (in press).

Derissen S, Quaas MF and Baumgärtner S (2011) The relationship between resilience and sustainable development of ecological-economic systems. Ecological Economics, 70(6): 1121-1128.

Müller B, Quaas MF, Frank K, and Baumgärtner S. Pitfalls and potential of institutional change: Rain-index insurance and the sustainability of rangeland management, Ecological Economics, 70(11): 2137-2144.

Voss R, Hinrichsen H-H, Quaas MF, Schmidt JO and Tahvonen O (2011) Temperature change and Baltic sprat: from observations to ecological-economic modelling. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68(6): 1244-1256.

Villamor, G., Noordwijk van, M. 2011. Social role play games versus individual perceptions of conservation and PES agreements for maintaining rubber agroforests in Jambi (Sumatra), Indonesia. Ecology and Society, Vol. 16, No. 3, Art. 27, 2011

Villamor, G.B., M. van Noordwijk, Q.B. Le, B. Lusiana, R. Matthews and Pl.G. Vlek. Diversity deficits in modelled landscape. Ecological Informatics, 2011

Ellingson, L., Seidl, A., and J.B. Loomis, Do new amenity migrants value ranch open space more than existing residents? Evidence from the Rocky Mountain West. 2011. Society and Natural Resources. N. Magnan, A. Seidl and J. Loomis. Forthcoming.

Fischer, C., Muchapondwa, E. and T. Sterner (2011). "A Bio-Economic Model of Community Incentives for Wildlife Management under CAMPFIRE". Environmental & Resource Economics, Vol. 48 No. 2. pp 303-319

Dedeurwaerdere, T., "Institutionalizing Global Genetic Resource Commons: Towards Aternative Models for Facilitating Access in the Global Biodiversity Regime." International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, (under review).

Optimal harvest in an age structured model with different fishing selectivity (together with Niels Vestergaard and Martin Quaas). Environmental & Resource Economics. In press

Giannini, V. (2011) Can fishers' virtuous behavior improve large marine ecosystem health? In: R.Ommer, R.I. Perry, P. Cury and K. Cochrane. World Fisheries: a social- ecological analysis. Fish and Aquatic Resources Series, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. (forthcoming).

Glotzbach, S. and S. Baumgärtner (in press), The relationship between intragenerational and intergenerational ecological justice, Environmental Values.

Müller, B., M.F. Quaas, K. Frank and S. Baumgärtner (in press), Pitfalls and potential of institutional change: rain-index insurance and the sustainability of rangeland management, Ecological Economics

Derissen, S., M.F. Quaas and S. Baumgärtner (2011), The relationship between resilience and sustainability of ecological-economic systems, Ecological Economics 70(6), 1121–1128.

Comparing tourists’ behavior and valuation of land use changes: A focus on ranchland open space in Colorado. 2011. Journal of Environmental Policy and Management.  54 (1) January 2011.

Chaminuka, P., Groeneveld, R.A., Selomane, A.O., van Ierland, E.C., 2011. Tourist preferences for ecotourism in rural communities adjacent to Kruger National Park: A choice experiment approach. Tourism Management. Weikard, H.P., Hein, L., 2011. Efficient versus sustainable livestock grazing in the Sahel. Journal of Agricultural Economics 62(1):153-171.

Drechsler, M., Eppink, F., Wätzold, F. (2011): Does pro-active biodiversity conservation save costs? Biodiversity and Conservation, 20, 1045-1055.

Kontoleon, A.(2011) Using Artefactual Field Experiments to Learn about the Incentives for Sustainable Forest Use in Developing Economies (with M. Voors, T Turley, E. Bulte and J. A. List), American Economic Review, P&P, May 2011.

Wild and farmed salmon in Norway (together with Yaji Liu and Jon Olaf Olaussen). Marine Policy 2011, 413-418

Livestock as insurance and social status. Evidence from reindeer herding in Norway (together with Anne B. Johannesen). Environmental & Resource Economics  2011, 679-694

A cost-benefit analysis of moose harvesting in Scandinavia. A stage structured modelling approach (together with Jon Olaf Olaussen). Resource and Energy Economics 2011, 589-611

Wissel, S., A. Berghöfer, R. Jordan, S. Oldfield and T. Stellmacher. 2010. Certification and Labelling. In: TEEB - The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Local and Regional Policy Makers. United National Environment Programme, 161-171, 2010.

Groeneveld, R.A., 2010. Species-specific spatial characteristics in reserve site selection. Ecological Economics 69(12):2307-2314.

Punt, M.J., Weikard, H.P., Groeneveld, R.A., Van Ierland, E.C., Stel, J.H., 2010. Planning marine protected areas: A multiple use game. Natural Resource Modeling 23(4):610-646.

Wätzold, F., Mewes, M., van Apeldoorn, R., Varjopuro, R., Chmielewski, T.J., Veeneklaas, F., Kosola, M.J. (2010): Cost-effectiveness of managing Natura 2000 sites: An exploratory study for Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and Poland, Biodiversity and Conservation, 19/7, 2053-69.      

Wissel, S., Wätzold, F. (2010): A Conceptual Analysis of the Application of Tradable Permits to Biodiversity Conservation, Conservation Biology, 24/2, 404-411.

Drechsler, M., Johst, K., Wätzold, F., Shogren, J. F. (2010): An agglomeration payment for cost-effective biodiversity conservation in spatially structured landscapes, Resource and Energy Economics, 32, Special Issue on Spatial Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, edited by H. Albers, A. Ando, J.F. Shogren, 261-275.

Turpie et al (2010). Development of the South African Water Resource Classification System (WRCS): a tool towards the sustainable, equitable and efficient use of water resources in a developing country. Water Policy 12: 479–499.

Hasson, Reviva, Åsa Löfgren, and Martine Visser (2010), "Climate Change in a Public Goods Game: Investment Decision in Mitigation versus Adaptation", Ecological Economics, 70: 331-338.

K, Brick and M,Visser,(2010). Meeting a national emission reduction target in an experimental setting. Climate Policy, Volume 10, Number 5, 2010 , pp. 543-559(17)

Kuokkanen, Tuomas: Background and Evolution of the Principle of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources in Couzens, Ed – Kolari, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2010. pp. 96–106.

Romppanen, Seita. Reflections on Environmental Responsibility - with an Emphasis on the Nord Stream Pipeline in the Baltic Sea Area in Nordisk Miljörättslig Tidskrift / Nordic Environmental Law Journal 2010. pp. 23–46.

Touza J. and Perrings C. Strategic behavior and the scope for unilateral provision of transboundary ecosystem services that are international environmental public goods.Strategic Behaviour and Environment, 1(2): 89-117.

Touza J., Perrings C. and Chas-Amil M. (2010) Harvest decisions and spatial landscape attributes: the case of Galician collective forest. Environmental and Resource Economics, vol. 46 (1): 75-91.

A route with a view: The contribution of scenic landscapes to a World Heritage Site gateway community. Tourism and Development Journal. 13 (1): 631-640. Ellingson, L., Seidl, A., and L. Pratt, 2010

Combining non-market valuation and input-output analysis for community tourism planning: Open space and water quality values in Colorado, USA. 2010. Economic Systems Research. 22(4), pp 385-405. Cline, S. and A. Seidl, December 2010.

Kontoleon, A. (2010) 'Land Tenure Arrangements and Rural-Urban Migration in China', (with Mullan, K. And Pauline Grosjean) World Development, doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2010.08.009

Kontoleon, A. (2010) 'When should households be compensated for land-use restrictions? A decision-making framework for Chinese forest policy'. (with Mullan, K., Swanson, T. Zhang, S.) Land Use Policy, doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2010.08.003

Kontoleon, A. (2010) 'Relaxing Rural Constraints: A win-win policy for environment and poverty in China?' (with Ben Groom, Pauline Grosjean, Timothy Swanson and Shiqiu Zhang). Oxford Economic Papers, Oxford Economic Papers, Volume 62, Issue1, pp. 132-156

Kontoleon, A. (2010) 'An evaluation of the impact of the Natural Forest Protection Programme on Rural Household Livelihoods' (with Katrina Mullan, Tim Swanson and Shiqiu Zhang). Environmental Management, Volume 45, Number 3, 513-525.

Dedeurwaerdere, T. 2010. "Self-governance and international regulation of the global microbial commons." Introduction to the special issue on the microbial commons. International Journal of the Commons. Vol. 4, n 1, pp. 390-403.

Tu, Q.; Bulte, E.H. (2010)
Trust, Market Participation and Economic Outcomes: Evidence from Rural China
World Development 38 (8). - p. 1179 - 1190.

Baumgärtner, S. and M.F. Quaas (2010), Managing increasing environmental risks through agro-biodiversity and agri-environmental policies, Agricultural Economics 41(5), 483-496.

A boeconomic sheep-vegetation trade-off model, An analysis of the Nordic sheep farming system, (together with Atle Mysterud and Gunnar Austrheim), Natural Resource Modeling 2010

Villamor, G. and R. Lasco. Rewarding upland people for forest conservation: lessons learned and experiences from the case studies in the Philippines. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 3: 304-321, 2009

Kontoleon, A.(2009) Property Rights and Land Degradation in China (with Jeff Bennett),Asia Pacific Economic Papers, Vol. 13 No. 4 May 2009.

Akpalu, W., Muchapondwa, E. and P. Zikhali (2009). "Can the restrictive harvest period policy conserve mopane worms in Southern Africa? A bio-economic modeling approach". Environment and Development Economics, Volume 14, No. 5, pp 587-600.

Chalak, M., Ruijs, A., Van Ierland, E.C., 2009. On the economics of controlling an invasive plant: A stochastic analysis of a biological control agent. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management 11(1-3):187-206.

Punt, M.J., Groeneveld, R.A., van Ierland, E.C., Stel, J.H., 2009. Spatial planning of offshore wind farms: A windfall to marine environmental protection? Ecological Economics 69(1):93-103.

Snep, R., Van Ierland, E., Opdam, P., 2009. Enhancing biodiversity at business sites: What are the options, and which of these do stakeholders prefer? Landscape and Urban Planning 91(1):26-35.

Drechsler, M., Wätzold, F. (2009): Applying tradable permits to biodiversity conservation: Effects of space-dependent ecological benefits and cost heterogeneity on habitat allocation, Ecological Economics, 68/4, 1083-1092.

Eppink, F., Wätzold, F. (2009): Comparing visible and less visible costs of the Habitats Directive: The case of hamster conservation in Germany, Biodiversity and Conservation, 18/4, 795-810.

Kontoleon, A. (2009) 'How sustainability are sustainable development programmes?' (with Pauline Grosjean) World Development, Volume 37, Issue 1, pp. 268-285.

Ura, K.; Stringer, R.; Bulte, E.H. (2009) Managing Wildlife Damage to Agriculture in Bhutan: Conflicts, Costs and Compromise In: Payment for Environmental Services in Agricultural Landscapes / Lipper, L., Sakuyama, T., Stringer, R., Zilberman, D., . - FAO and Springer Science, (Natural Resource Management and Policy 31)

Wick, A.K.; Bulte, E.H. (2009) The Curse of Natural Resources Annual Review of Resource Economics 1 . - p. 139 - 155.

Baumgärtner, S. and M.F. Quaas (2009), Ecological-economic viability as a criterion of strong sustainability under uncertainty, Ecological Economics 68(7), 2008-2020.

Anker, Helle Tegner – Fauchald, Ole Kristian – Nilsson Annika – Suvantola, Leila: The Role of Courts in Environmental Law – a Nordic Comparative Study. Nordisk Miljörättslig Tidskrift 1/2009. pp. 9–34.

Koivurova, Timo – Pölönen, Ismo: The Baltic Sea gas pipeline - can we manage it sustainably? Baltic Rim Economies. 13.08.2009. p. 23.

Honkonen, Tuula: The Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities as Contributing to Sustainable Development through Multilateral Environmental Agreements in Bugge, Hans Christian – Voigt, Christina (eds.): Sustainable Development in International and National Law. What did the Brundtland Report do to Legal Thinking and Legal Development, and Where can we go From Here? Europea Law Publishing 2009. pp. 251–267.

Wates, Jeremy – Romppanen, Seita: The Aarhus Convention: A Legally Binding Framework Promoting Procedural Environmental Rights in Multilateral Environmental Agreements in  Couzens, Ed – Honkonen, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2009. pp. 101–123.

Fromond, Louise – Similä, Jukka – Suvantola, Leila:  Regulatory Innovations for Biodiversity Protection. Towards Flexibility Journal of Environmental Law 1/2009. pp. 1–31.

Suvantola Leila: Regulatory Concerns Regarding the NSW Biobanking Scheme. The Australian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy 13/2009. pp. 113–136.

Kuokkanen, Tuomas: Adoption and Implementation of Multilateral Environmental Agreements from a National Governance Point of View in Couzens, Ed – Honkonen, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2009. pp. 21–27.

Interactions between ecological and socio-economical factors in management of a spatially structured moose population (together with Nils Chr. Stenseth and others). Wildlife Biology 2009, 10-23

Local common property exploitation with rewards (together with Anne B. Johannesen). Land Economics 2009, 637-654

Growth and measurement uncertainty in an unregulated fishery (together with Anne B. Johannesen). Natural Resource Modeling 2009, 370-392

Surf and Turf: Tourists’ Values for Multifunctional Working Landscapes and Water Quality in Colorado. 2009. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 91 (5): 1360-1367. December 2009. Cline, S. and A. Seidl.

Tourists’ and Residents’ Values for Maintaining Working Landscapes of the ‘Old West.’  2009. Journal of Rural Research & Policy. 4(1): 1-17. January 2009. Ellingson, L. and A. Seidl.

Working lands and winter tourists in the Rocky Mountain West: A travel cost, contingent behaviour and input-output analysis. Tourism Economics. March 2009. 15 (1), 215-242. Orens, A. and A. Seidl.

Gatzweiler, F. Beyond Economic Efficiency in Biodiversity Conservation. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 20: 217-240, 2008

Gatzweiler, F. Institutionalising Biodiversity Conservation: The Case of Ethiopian Coffee Forests. Current Conservation, Issue 1.1: 2008

Wünscher, T., S. Engel and S. Wunder. Spatial targeting of payments for environmental services: A tool for boosting conservation benefits. Ecological Economics, 65: 822-833. 2008.

Berglund, Marko: Protection of Marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction in Multilateral Environmental Agreements in  Couzens, Ed – Honkonen, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2008. pp. 55–64.

Grönlund, Elisabeth – Määttä, Tapio: Implications of flexibility in European Community environmental law: exemptions from environmental objectives in the Water Framework Directive. Hydrobiologia (2008) 599. pp. 221B226

Chalak-Haghighi, M., Van Ierland, E.C., Bourdôt, G.W., Leathwick, D., 2008. Management strategies for an invasive weed: A dynamic programming approach for Californian thistle in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 51(4):409-424.

Gebreselassie, K., Price, L.L., Wesseler, J., Van Ierland, E.C., 2008. Impacts of HIV/AIDS on labour allocation and agrobiodiversity depend on the stage of the epidemic: case studies in Ethiopia. NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences 56(3):219-240.

van der Heide, C.M., van den Bergh, J.C.J.M., van Ierland, E.C., Nunes, P.A.L.D., 2008. Economic valuation of habitat defragmentation: A study of the Veluwe, the Netherlands. Ecological Economics 67(2):205-216.

Wätzold, F., Lienhoop, N., Drechsler, M., Settele, J. (2008): Estimating Optimal Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes when Costs and Benefits of Conservation Measures are Heterogeneous in Space and over Time, Ecological Economics, 68/1, 295-305.

Ohl, C., Drechsler, M., Johst, K., Wätzold, F. (2008): Compensation Payments for Habitat Heterogeneity: Existence, Efficiency, and Fairness Considerations, Ecological Economics, 67/2, S. 162-174.

Ulbrich, K., Drechsler, M., Wätzold, F., Johst, K. Settele, J. (2008): A software tool for designing cost-effective compensation payments for conservation measures, Environmental Modelling and Software, 23, S.122-123.

Touza J., Termansen M. and Perrings C. (2008) A bioeconomic approach to the Faustmann-Hartman rule: ecological interactions and even-aged forest management. Natural Resource Modeling, 21(4): 551 – 581.

Kontoleon, A. (2008) 'Nuisance' (with Timothy Swanson) article entry in Encyclopaedia of Law and Economics, Vol 2, pp. 380-402.

Bouma, J.; Bulte, E.H.; Soest, D.P. van (2008) Trust, Trustworthiness and Cooperation: Social Capital and Community Resource Management Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 56 (2). - p. 155 - 166.

Brunnschweiler, C.N.; Bulte, E.H. (2008) Linking Natural Resources to Slow Growth and More Conflict Science 320 (5876). - p. 616 - 617.

Carlsson, F., E. Muchapondwa and G. Köhlin (2008), 'Can local communities in Zimbabwe be trusted with wildlife management?: Evidence from contingent valuation of elephants', South African Journal of Economics, 76/4: 685-704.

Martin G, Kocher, Peter, Martinsson, and Martine, Visser, 2008, "Does Stake Size Matter for Cooperation and Punishment?" Economics Letters 99:508-511.

M. Sarr, T. Goeschl and T. Swanson,2008, "The Values of Conserving Genetic Resources for R&D: A Survey", Ecological Economics, 67: 184–193.

Brunnschweiler, C.N.; Bulte, E.H. (2008) The Resource Curse Revisited and Revised: A Tale of Paradoxes and Red Herrings Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 55 (3). - p. 248 - 264.

Bulte, E.H.; Boone, R.; Stringer, R.; Thornton, P. (2008) Elephants or Onions? Paying for Nature in Amboseli, Kenya Environment and Development Economics 13 . - p. 395 - 414.

Bulte, E.H.; Lipper, N.L.; McCartney, L.; Stringer, R.; Zilberman, D. (2008) Payments for ecosystem services and poverty reduction: concepts, issues, and empirical perspectives Environment and Development Economics 13 . - p. 245 - 254.

Damania, R.; Bulte, E.H. (2008) Resources for Sale: Corruption, Democracy and the Natural Resource Curse, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 8 (1). - p. art. 5.

Baumgärtner, S., C. Becker, K. Frank, B. Müller and M.F. Quaas (2008), Relating the philosophy and practice of ecological economics. The role of concepts, models and case studies in inter- and transdisciplinary sustainability research, Ecological Economics 67(3), 384-393.

Quaas, M.F. and S. Baumgärtner (2008), Natural vs. financial insurance in the management of public-good ecosystems, Ecological Economics 65(2), 397-406.

Sheep as capital and farmers as portfolio managers. Agricultural Economics 2008, 193-2005

Natural use and environmental costs. Krutilla after 40 years (together with Petter Gudding). Samfunnsøkonomen 2008, 24-35

The economics of biological invasion (together with Jon Olaf Olaussen). Natural Resource Modeling 2008, 625-653

Bioeconomic modelling of a wild salmon (Salmo salar) recreational fishery (together with Jon Olaf Olaussen). Marine Resource Economics 2008, 273-293

Optimizing protected area entry fees across stakeholders: The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, Michoacan, Mexico. Environment and Development Economics. 13:2: 229-243. April 2008. A. Kido & A. Seidl.

Scale mismatches and their ecological and economic effects on landscapes: A spatially explicit model(Akiko Satake, Thomas K. Rudel and Ayumi Onuma), Global Environmental Change, 18, pp.768-775, 2008

Basu, A.K. and M. Qaim. On the Adoption of Genetically Modified Seeds in Developing Countries and the Optimal Types of Government Intervention. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 89 (3): 784-804, 2007

Beaumont, N.J., Austen, M.C., Atkins, J.P., Burdon, D., Degraer, S., Dentinho, T.P., Derous, S., Holm, P., Horton, T., van Ierland, E., Marboe, A.H., Starkey, D.J., Townsend, M., Zarzycki, T., 2007. Identification, definition and quantification of goods and services provided by marine biodiversity: Implications for the ecosystem approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin 54(3):253-265.

Drechsler, M., Johst, K., Ohl, C., Wätzold, F. (2007): Designing cost-effective payments for conservation measures to generate spatiotemporal habitat heterogeneity, Conservation Biology, 21/6, S. 1475-1486.

Honkonen, Tuula: The Principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibility in Multilateral Environmental Agreements in  Couzens, Ed – Honkonen, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2007. pp. 21–54.

Koivurova, Timo – Pölönen, Ismo: Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment in the Case of the Baltic Sea Gas Pipeline International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law Vol. 25. pp. 151–181.

Kuokkanen, Tuomas: The Problem-solving Role of International Environmental Law in  Couzens, Ed – Honkonen, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2007. pp. 27–36.

Pölönen, Ismo: Quality Control and Substantive Influence of Environmental Impact Assessment in Finland. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 26. pp. 481–491.

Suvantola, Leila: Environmental Offset Arrangements in Biodiversity Conservation. In Usha A. (ed.): Biodiversity and Conservation: International Perspectives. The Icfai University Press 2007, pp. 152–165.

Drechsler, M., Wätzold, F., Johst, K., Bergmann, H., Settele, J. (2007): A model-based approach for designing cost-effective compensation payments for conservation of endangered species in real landscapes, Biological Conservation, 140, S. 174-186.

Drechsler, M., Grimm, V., Mysiak, J., Wätzold, F. (2007): Differences and similarities between economic and ecological models for biodiversity conservation, Ecological Economics, 62/2, S. 232-241.

Drechsler, M., Wätzold F. (2007): Ecological-economic modelling for the sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity, Ecological Economics, 62/2, S. 203-206.

Drechsler, M., Wätzold, F. (2007): The optimal dynamic allocation of conservation funds under financial uncertainty, in: Ecological Economics, 61/2-3, S. 255-266.

Dehnen-Schmutz K., Touza J., Perrings C. and Williamson, M. (2007) A century of the ornamental plant trade and its impact on invasion success. Diversity and Distributions, 13: 527-534.

Dehnen-Schmutz K, Touza J., Perrings C., and Williamson M. (2007) The horticultural trade and ornamental plant invasions in Britain. Conservation Biology, 21(1): 224-231.

Touza J., Dehnen-Schmutz K., Jones G. (2007) Economic analysis of invasive species policies. In Nentwig, W. (ed.): Biological Invasions. Ecological Studies 193. Springer, Berlin, pp. 353-366.

Kontoleon, A. (2007) 'Valuing Complex Goods: Or, can you get anything out of experts other than a decision?' (with Ben Groom and Tim Swanson, Research in Law and Economics, volume 23, pp. 301-336.

Bulte, E.H.; Rondeau, D. (2007) Wildlife Damage and Agriculture: A Dynamic Analysis of Compensation Schemes American Journal of Agricultural Economics 89 (2). - p. 490 - 507.

Damania, R.; Bulte, E.H. (2007) The Economics of Captive Breeding and Endangered Species Conservation Ecological Economics 62 (3-4). - p. 461 - 472.

Damania, R.; Bulte, E.H. (2007) Compensation for Wildlife Damage: Habitat Conversion, Species Preservation and Local Welfare Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 54 (3). - p. 311 - 322.

Quaas, M.F., S. Baumgärtner, C. Becker, K. Frank and B. Müller (2007), Uncertainty and sustainability in the management of rangelands, Ecological Economics 62(2), 251-266.

Baumgärtner, S. (2007), The insurance value of biodiversity in the provision of ecosystem services, Natural Resource Modeling 20(1), 87-127.

Modelling the re-colonisation of native species. Chapter in In A. Kontoleon U. Pascaul and T. Swanson: Frontiers in Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press 2007.

Skonhtof, A. Ecological modelling approaches for wildlife and species conservation. Ecological Economics 2007, 62, 23-231.

Restoring a fish stock: A dynamic bankruptcy problem (together with Elena Inarra). Land Economics 2008, 327-339.

Cruising for colones: Cruise tourism economics in Costa Rica. Tourism Economics. 13: 1: 67-85. March 2007. Seidl, A., Guiliano, F., Pratt, L.

Comparative analysis of non-market valuation techniques for the Eduardo Avaroa Reserve, Bolivia. Ecological Economics. 60: 3, 517-525. Ellingson, L.J., Seidl, A., 2007

Estimating the local cost of protecting Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Nepal: A contingent valuation approach. Environment, Development and Sustainability. 9: 413-426. Shrestha, R.K., Alavalapati, J., A.F. Seidl, K.E. Weber, and T.B. Suselo., 2007

Drechsler, M., Johst, K., Wätzold, F., Westphal, M. (2006) Integrating Economic Costs into the Analysis of Flexible Conservation Management, Ecological Applications, 16, S. 1959-1966.

Kuokkanen, Tuomas: Designing compliance mechanisms under multilateral environmental agreements in Couzens, Ed – Kolari, Tuula (eds.): International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy Review 2006. pp. 27–36.

Kuokkanen, Tuomas: Practice of the Implementation Committee under the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution in Beyerlin, Ulrich - Stoll, Peter-Tobias - Wolfrum, Rüdiger (eds.): Ensuring Compliance with Multilateral Environmental Agreements. A Dialogue between Practitioners and Academia.Martinus Nihhoff Publishers 2006. pp. 39–51.

Wätzold, F., Drechsler, M, Armstrong, C.W., Baumgärtner, S., Grimm, V., Huth, A., Perrings, C., Possingham, H.P., Shogren, J.F., Skonhoft, A., Verboom-Vasiljev, J., Wissel, C. (2006): Ecological-economic modeling for biodiversity management: Potential, pitfalls, prospects, Conservation Biology, 20/4, S. 1034-1041.

Kontoleon, A. (2006) 'Market Segmentation Analysis of Preferences for GM Derived Animal Foods in the UK, (with Mitsuyasu Yabe) Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization: Vol. 4 : Iss. 1, Article 8, 38 pages.

Baumgärtner, S., C. Becker, M. Faber and R. Manstetten (2006), Relative and absolute scarcity of nature. Assessing the roles of economics and ecology for biodiversity conservation, Ecological Economics 59(4), 487-498.