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Handbook of Market Creation for Biodiversity
Issues in Implementation
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  25 Nov 2004
Pages: 182 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264018617 , OECD Code: 972004141P1
Price:   €38 | $53 | £34 | ¥4900 | MXN680 , Standard shipping included!
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Striking the right balance between the conservation/sustainable use and the loss of biodiversity requires accounting for all the impacts of its destruction. Weighing the loss against any potential benefits will ensure that the social, as well as economic, well-being of everyone are at the best levels possible. Market-based economic systems have the potential to ensure that such a balancing occurs, but require that all the impacts of its loss, or use, have been fully internalised into market transactions.

This book shows how public policy in the form of market creation can be used to internalise the loss of biodiversity. It promotes the use of markets to ensure that our collective preferences for conservation and sustainable use are reflected in economic outcomes.


Table of contents:
Chapter 1. Table of contents
Chapter 2. Introduction
Chapter 3. Conceptual Framework: an Economic Approach
Chapter 4. Supporting Institutions Property Rights
Chapter 5. Economic Value of Biodiversity
Chapter 6. Direct Role for Policy-makers: Incentives
Chapter 7. Policies Facilitating Market Creators
Chapter 8. Policy Mixes for Biodiversity
Chapter 9. Implementation of Market Creation: Summary
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