All posts by renaud lapeyre

10Apr/17
EEjournal

When the Implementation of Payments for Biodiversity Conservation Leads to Motivation Crowding-out: A Case Study From the Cardamoms Forests, Cambodia

Colas Chervier, Gwenolé Le Velly, Driss Ezzine-de-Blas Ecological Economics, In Press, Corrected Proof (2017) Abstract Payments for Environmental Services (PES) implemented in forest-dependent subsistence-based economies can involve significant restrictions on the traditionalRead More…

26Sep/16
LUP elsevier

Cash only? Unveiling preferences for a PES contract through a choice experiment in Chiapas, Mexico

Sébastien Costedoat, Mark Koetse, Esteve Corbera and Driss Ezzine-de-Blas Land Use Policy, 58: 302–317 (2016) Abstract Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) have been promoted worldwide as a means to incentivise biodiversity, forest conservation and sustainableRead More…

13Apr/16
ddt invaluable

Dossier spécial: Analyse institutionnelle des paiements pour services environnementaux (French only)

Développement Durable & Territoires, 7(1), 2016 Résumé Instruments incitatifs pour la conservation des ressources naturelles (eau, biodiversité, forêts, etc.), les paiements pour services environnementaux ou écosystémiques (PSE) sont de plus en plusRead More…

03Feb/16
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PES, markets and property rights: a comment on Wunder’s revisited concept of PES and a proposal of conceptual framework

Alain Karsenty and Driss Ezzine-De-Blas HAL, archives-ouvertes (2016) Abstract Payments for Environmental Services (PES) are often described as market-based instruments as they are used to change relative prices, and therefore to provide incentives.Read More…

02Jul/15
NSS

From the national to the international scene. Payments for Environmental Services, an emerging “new” public policy instrument

Text in French : Du national à l’international : l’émergence d’un « nouvel » instrument de politique publique, les paiements pour services environnementaux Marie Hrabanski Nature Sciences Sociétés, 23(3): 234 – 243 (2015) Abstract The article analyzesRead More…