Incentives in Soil Conservation: From Theory to Practice
David W. Sanders
Science Publishers, Jan 1, 1999 - Science - 384 pages
This text examines the use of incentives and disincentives in soil conservation programmes. It looks at the theory behind their use and how they have worked in practice, providing guidance for planners, policy-makers and those involved in the design and implementation of programmes.
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Where incentives fit in soil conservation programs
Incentives as policy instrumentskey concepts
Economic analysis of incentives for soil conservation
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