All posts by renaud lapeyre


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…

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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…

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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…


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…


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…