Playing safe: The role of quotas to avoid ecosystem regime shifts

Author(s): Lindahl, T., A.-S. Crépin, N. Orescovic
In: WSPC Reference of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change Volume 4: Experimental Economics. World Scientific, pp. 121 – 150.
Year: 2016
Type: Book chapter
Theme affiliation: Complex Adaptive Systems
Link to centre authors: Crépin, Anne-Sophie
Full reference: Lindahl, T., A.-S. Crépin, N. Orescovic. 2016. Playing safe: The role of quotas to avoid ecosystem regime shifts. In A. Botelho, F. Munoz-Garcia, R.A. Matthew, C. Harron, K. Goodrich, B. Maharramli, E. Nizkorodov, T. Bryant, A. Botelho (Eds.), WSPC Reference of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change Volume 4: Experimental Economics. World Scientific, pp. 121 – 150.

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