Game theory and policymaking in natural resources and the environment
Contributor(s): Dinar, Ariel - ed | Albiac, José - ed | Sánchez Soriano, Joaquín - ed.Material type: BookPublisher: Estados Unidos Routledge 2008Description: 345 p.ISBN: 0415774225.Subject(s): Economía Ambiental | Recursos Naturales-Administración | Política Ambiental | Teoría de Los JuegosDDC classification: 333.7
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1. Game theory: a useful approach for policy evaluation in natural resources and the environment 2. Game theory and the development of resource management policy: the case of international fisheries 3. Traditional grazing rights in sub-Saharan Africa and the role of policy 4. Application of partition function games to the management of straddling fish stocks 5. To negotiate or to game theorize: evaluating water allocation mechanism in the Kat basin, South Africa 6. Cooperation and Equity in the river- sharing problem 7. Negotiating over the allocation of water resources: the strategic importance of bargaining structure 8. Rural-urban water transfers with applications to the US-Mexico border region 9. WAS-guided cooperation in water management: coalitions and gains 10. Experimental insights into the efficiency of alternative water management institutions 11. A fair tariff system for water management 12. Game-theoretic modeling of water allocation regimes applied to the Yellow River basin in China 13. Contributions of game theory to the analysis of consumer boycotts 14. How does environment awareness arise? An evolutionary approach 15. Effects of alternative CDM baseline schemes under an imperfectly competitive market structure.