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Benefits of temperate agroforestry landscapes - economic evaluation of the marketable and the non-marketable outcomes

S. Kay, A. Graves, J. Palma, G. Moreno, J. Roces-Díaz, J. Crous-Duran, S. Aviron, D. Chouvardas, V. Măcicăsan, R. Mosquera-Losada, E. Szerencsits, M. Torralba (+1 others)
2019 Zenodo  
twelve case study regions in Europe.  ...  Our outcomes showed how a market system that includes the value of broader ES would result in landscapes including multifunctional agroforestry systems and underlined that there is a critical gap in economic  ...  Our outcomes showed how a market system that includes the value of broader ES would result in landscapes including multifunctional agroforestry systems and underlined that there is a critical gap in economic  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3233723 fatcat:kf5yijhnp5h45ed2weqv6jol7y

Page 418 of Business and Society Vol. 38, Issue 4 [page]

1999 Business and Society  
The EU labor and social poli processes are likely instances r Successful regional and global market integration involves the accep t tance by participating countries of community- wide norms and interna  ...  BUSINESS & SOCIETY / December 1999 speculation that NAFTA could lead to a broader Western Hemispher trade area (WHFTA). This article will focus on the U.S.-European TA Al »xrocess.  ... 

Regional Cooperation Potentials in the European Context: Survey and Case Study Evidence from the Alpine Region

Clemens Gerbaulet, Casimir Lorenz, Julia Rechlitz, Tim Hainbach
2014 Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy  
By the very nature of the interconnected European electricity system, the reform process in Germany has effects on the broader European market, such as price effects, cross-border flows, or the sharing  ...  The coordination of electricity market segments between countries or regions potentially could reduce the required investment cost by reducing the total need for infrastructure and allocating resources  ...  Regional cooperation can function as an intermediate step towards broader integration, yet it sometimes can lead to a more permanent state of cooperation, such as the Nordic electricity market in Scandinavia  ... 
doi:10.5547/2160-5890.3.2.cger fatcat:fvg7tdeywrbotfvafs2ha3pbke

Economic and ecological trade-offs of agricultural specialization at different spatial scales

Stephan Klasen, Katrin M. Meyer, Claudia Dislich, Michael Euler, Heiko Faust, Marcel Gatto, Elisabeth Hettig, Dian N. Melati, I. Nengah Surati Jaya, Fenna Otten, César Pérez-Cruzado, Stefanie Steinebach (+2 others)
2016 Ecological Economics  
When agricultural specialization increases and moves to broader scales as a result of improved infrastructure and markets or other drivers, ecosystem functions can also be endangered at broader spatial  ...  We suggest and explore a conceptual framework in which economic gains can be maximized when production activities are specialized at increasingly broader scales (from the household to the village, region  ...  In the scenario with good market functioning (solid grey arrows), specialization is possible at broader scales such as the region (see a).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.01.001 fatcat:jbdzzplecvfefd273xqphb6bsa

Page 31 of Economic Review - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Vol. 70, Issue 5 [page]

1985 Economic Review - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta  
the interim geographic restrictions and potential anticompetitive effects of the eventual consolidation and concentration of state and regional markets are addressed.  ...  better prices, broader and higher quality product/service offerings, and more efficient allocation of financial resources.”  ... 

Destination Duluth: Competitive Economic Development in the Age of Climigration

Jesse M. Keenan
2019 Zenodo  
Whether it is a function of environmental impact, resource depletion, regional economic growth, labor and wage elasticities, or simplythings like the availability of potable water, there are any number  ...  For those households with some measure of elective mobility, this can be framed within a broader set of climactic and consumer-oriented amenities.  ...  SUSTAINABLE URBANIZATION AND MARKETING These demographic considerations were critical to thinking about the broader idea of targeting (i.e., marketing to) a specific range of market segments that balance  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5247181 fatcat:gjy4u2pduvf7rg5ffqqylacem4

Jessica Dijkman and Bas van Leeuwen (eds.), An Economic History of Famine Resilience

Michiel De Haas
2021 Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis  
First, historical famines can be studied as economic events on their own terms, potentially yielding broader insights into individual and collective behavior, as well as the functioning of markets and  ...  Famine resilience may intersect with economic historians' broader research agendas in several ways.  ... 
doi:10.18352/tseg.1205 fatcat:i2g5t4sfzrgo5khjyjqmxbplja

Page 24 of Economic Review - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Vol. 69, Issue 5 [page]

1984 Economic Review - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta  
In this manner, just as service areas blend into broader local markets, so the local market may mesh into broader statewide, regional, or even national combined product- geographic markets.  ...  Given broader markets through deregulation, however, the probabilities of competitive harm from all but the most signifi- cant mergers decrease.  ... 

Towards Index-based Global Trading in Cloud Spot Markets

Supreeth Shastri, David E. Irwin
2017 USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing  
We argue that researchers should instead focus on "index-based" modeling and prediction that aggregates prices from many markets in each region and availability zone.  ...  Amazon EC2's spot market is the clearest example of this trend: it operates over 5000 markets globally where users can rent servers for a variable price.  ...  broader market indices.  ... 
dblp:conf/hotcloud/ShastriI17 fatcat:hdejnnrpenf7jekdvfhhcxqu6q

Page 28 of Political Studies Vol. 59, Issue 1 [page]

2011 Political Studies  
While APRM is a weak and imperfect mechanism it does underscore the broader point that like the OMC these regional processes depend on local and national ownership of regional programmes.  ...  While particularly developed in the European setting, the OMC is an example of a broader genre of meta-governance mechanisms that can be identified in other regional settings.  ... 

Models to predict the economic development impact of transportation projects: historical experience and new applications

Glen Weisbrod
2008 The annals of regional science  
Whereas they once focused largely on the economic benefit of time and cost savings for travelers, they may now encompass broader factors such as accessibility roles in supply chains, labor market expansion  ...  Finally, it outlines a new analysis framework that is designed to facilitate use of improved modeling methods for assessing regional-level economic impacts of multi-modal transportation investment.  ...  regional levels, but shaves off broader macroeconomic factors that do not normally come into play for these types of situations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00168-007-0184-9 fatcat:yk3as24dvffh3ahda5agvt6xe4

Page 9 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 35, Issue 1 [page]

2000 Human Resources Abstracts  
The thematic con- tributions focus on broader questions related to financial reform and regulation, poverty, exchange rate policy options, attempts to model the crisis and its aftermath, regional economic  ...  economy, and the very different effects and responses within the region.  ... 

Asian Economic Integration and Cooperation: Challenges and Ways Forward for Pan-Asian Regionalism

K. Rai Durgesh
2010 Social Science Research Network  
In addition to resolving the existing challenges, actors in the region need to convert some of the existing FTAs into a broader one that can serve as a hub for further integration.  ...  In dem Maße, in dem die asiatischen Ökonomien gewachsen sind und an Komplexität gewonnen haben, hat auch ihre regionale und subregionale Integration zugenommen.  ...  , regional capital market development, capacity building, and research.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1713187 fatcat:l42ft2mnwra5xalbjbvx4taw7u

Environment Law, Regulation and Governance: Shifting Architectures

N. Gunningham
2009 Journal of environmental law  
One size does not fit all: eg size and sector matter Smart Regulation  Solutions require: -broader range of strategies, -tailored to broader range of motivations, -harnessing broader range of  ...  social actors  Recognises roles of ISO, supply-chain pressure, commercial institutions,financial markets, peer and NGO pressure  "steering not rowing": harnessing capacities of markets,civil society  ...  Natural Resource Management (NRM) in Australia  Recognition that NRM best addressed at ecosystem level  Devolution of NRM decision-making to regional level (56 regional NRM bodies)-a "fourth sphere  ... 
doi:10.1093/jel/eqp011 fatcat:mdmbtdevgbbsllgf3oi4cv26b4

Connectivity to international markets: A multi-layered network approach

Agustina Calatayud, John Mangan, Roberto Palacin
2017 Journal of Transport Geography  
The approach proposed is applied to the Americas, a region the relevant literature has not specifically focused on yet.  ...  Connectivity to international markets: A multi-layered network approach.  ...  Further research on connectivity to international markets could focus on collecting data for a broader period of time in order to analyse any variation over time in connectivity to international markets  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2017.04.006 fatcat:cylpbnn43nevvmspgnkchrbpsm
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