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Characterizing incentives: an investigation of wildfire response and environmental entry policyAuthor(s): Jude Bayham
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionPolicy makers face complex situations involving the analysis and weighting of multiple incentives that complicate the design of natural resource and environmental policy. The objective of this dissertation is to characterize policy makers’ incentives, and to investigate the consequences of those incentives on environmental and economic outcomes in the context of wildfire management and environmental policy.
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CitationBayham, Jude. 2013. Characterizing incentives: an investigation of wildfire response and environmental entry policy. Ph.D. dissertation, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University. 137 pages.
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