Cost-effective design of agri-environmental payment programs: U.S. experience in theory and practice
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This article assesses two U.S. agri-environmental payment programs, the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and the Environmnetal Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). The analysis addresses the impacts and effectiveness of benefit-cost targeting, competitive bidding, and other elements of program design.
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