Protecting Endangered Species in the United States

Protecting Endangered Species in the United States Protecting Endangered Species in the United States is a collection of original papers by economists biologists and political scientists with a common theme protecting species at risk while safeguardi

  • Title: Protecting Endangered Species in the United States
  • Author: Jason F. Shogren
  • ISBN: 9780521662109
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Protecting Endangered Species in the United States is a collection of original papers by economists, biologists and political scientists with a common theme protecting species at risk while safeguarding social order is a policy challenge that entangles biology, politics, and economics The volume begins by assessing the biological needs that define the endangered speciesProtecting Endangered Species in the United States is a collection of original papers by economists, biologists and political scientists with a common theme protecting species at risk while safeguarding social order is a policy challenge that entangles biology, politics, and economics The volume begins by assessing the biological needs that define the endangered species problem The authors then explore the political realities that delimit the debate who pays the costs and receives the benefits, and how interest groups affect species protection The book addresses the economic choices that must be confronted for effective protection strategies including incentive schemes to promote preservation on public and private land.

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    1. Each chapter is written by a big name(s) in the field and each section has a wrap of chapter of another big name critiquing the previous chapters. Some was info I had read before (having read papers by the authors before) but I saw a few new names and learned about a few more aspects of the biological, political, and economic issues surrounding endangered species protection in the US. I did skip the chapter on rhino horn markets and poaching since I was reading this for my dissertation and there [...]

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