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The effects of electricity costs on firm re-location decisions: insights for the pollution havens hypothesis?
(2017-12) - Journal article
Electricity costs are partly driven by environmental policy choices. In this paper, the effects of variations in electricity costs—as measured by end-user electricity prices–on firm relocation decisions are investigated. ...
Understanding the distribution of economic benefits from improving coastal and marine ecosystems
(2017-04-15) - Journal article
The ecological status of coastal and marine waterbodies world-wide is threatened by multiple stressors, including nutrient inputs from various sources and increasing occurrences of invasive alien species. These stressors ...
Payment for multiple forest benefits alters the effect of tree disease on optimal forest rotation length
(2017-04) - Journal article
Forests deliver multiple benefits both to their owners and to wider society. However, a wave of forest pests and pathogens is threatening this worldwide. In this paper we examine the effect of disease on the optimal rotation ...
Preference and WTP stability for public forest management
(2016-10) - Journal article
The assumption of the stability of preferences is fundamental to consumer theory and the use of cost-benefit analysis. Many papers within the stated preferences literature have tested this assumption, and have found mixed ...
Impacts of regional productivity growth, decoupling and pollution leakage
(2017) - Journal article
Impacts of regional productivity growth, decoupling and pollution leakage. Regional Studies. This paper examines the issues of decoupling regional economic growth and pollution and the extent to which pollution effects ...
Do we care about sustainability? An analysis of time sensitivity of social preferences under environmental time-persistent effects
(2016-07-15) - Journal article
Environmental cost-benefit analysis has traditionally assumed that the value of benefits is sensitive to their timing and that outcomes are valued higher, the sooner in time they occur following implementation of a project ...