Conducting economic policy analysis at a landscape level: examples from a dynamic model of a Philippine watershed.
Shively, Gerald E.
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Given the strong and growing policy concern about high rates of hillside erosion and downstream sedimentation associated with upland agriculture, there is a need for analytical tools that can be easily used by researchers and environmental managers at several levels. In order to help meet this need, this paper presents an approach to policy modeling that emphasizes links between