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Vegetation protection: some economic analysis
(New Zealand Association of Economists, 1992-08)
Possums, a native of Australia, were first liberated in New Zealand in 1858 to provide a source of fur. Today they number about 70 million and few parts of the country have not been invaded by possums. Possums have well ...
Social choice, conservation strategies and just compensation
(Lincoln University, 1992)
Natural resources have rival uses. To determine optimal uses requires care and consideration. In the case of land, economic activities may compete with conservation goals. Although it has been argued that these two objectives ...