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A benefit cost analysis on management strategies for Queensland Fruit Fly: methods and observations AgEcon
Harvey, Sallyann; Fisher, Bill; Larson, Kristoffer; Malcolm, Bill.
The Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF) — Bactrocera tryoni — poses a significant threat to horticultural production in Victoria causing losses of fruit and jeopardising access to interstate and international markets. The Victorian Government implements and largely funds an area freedom program to manage QFF. Concern about the record number of outbreaks in 2007-08 and the escalating costs of maintaining the current management regime, led the Victorian Department of Primary Industries to review the program to identify improved strategies for managing QFF. As part of this work, a benefit cost analysis (BCA) of alternative strategies has been conducted. While the BCA method is well established, in general few studies are publicly available for area freedom programs....
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/59740
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Dryland salinity, coordinating action and economic policy: a role for contracts? AgEcon
Harvey, Sallyann.
The problem of addressing dryland salinity at a landscape is considered in the context of using economic incentives to encourage change in land use by individual landholders to adopt salinity mitigating actions where a public asset of significant value is threatened. This paper reviews the principal-agent problem and looks at mechanisms which give incentives to address natural resource management problems, and in particular, the role of contracts between the Government and the landholders for achieving environmental objectives. Consideration is then given to the potential for empirical analysis of these policies in practice and their effectiveness in achieving the desired environmental outcomes.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Salinity; Economic incentives; Contracts; Hidden information; Environmental Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/58703
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