Duncan Knowler

Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management

888 University Drive

Burnaby, British Colombia V5A 1S6

Canada

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (8)

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Economic Incentives and Poaching of the One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros in Nepal Stakeholder Perspectives in Biodiversity Conservation: Analysis of Local, National and Global Stakes in Rhino Conservation in Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal

PREM Working Paper No. 05-12
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 08 Dec 2005
University of York - Environment Department, Simon Fraser University - School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University - School of Resource and Environmental Management, Bangor University, Simon Fraser University - School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management and VU University Amsterdam - Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM)
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Protected areas,biodiversity conservation,anti-poaching,stakeholder analysis,eco-tourism

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Economic Incentives and Poaching of the One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros in Nepal: Poaching of the One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros in the Chitwan Valley, Nepal - a Retrospective Econometric Analysis

PREM Working Paper No. 05-07
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 01 Dec 2005
Mahesh Poudyal and Duncan Knowler
Bangor University and Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management
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protected areas, wildlife trade, anti-poaching, economic incentives

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The Economics of a 'Mixed Blessing' Effect: A Case Study of the Black Sea

FEEM Working Paper No. 3.2002
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 07 Feb 2002
Duncan Knowler and Edward B. Barbier
Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management and Colorado State University, Fort Collins - Department of Economics
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Nutrients, Black Sea, Mnemiopsis, anchovy, eutrophication, stochastic, economics, valuation, bioeconomic, Turkey

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Economic Incentives and Poaching of the One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros in Nepal: Simulation Modelling of Policies to Combat the Poaching of Rhino in Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal

PREM Working Paper No. 05/011
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 01 Dec 2005
Duncan Knowler and Mahesh Poudyal
Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management and Bangor University
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Protected areas, wildlife damage, compensation, anti-poaching, community management

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The North American Horticultural Industry and the Risk of Plant Invasion

Agricultural Economics, Vol. 45, pp. 743-759, 2011
Posted: 21 May 2012
Colorado State University, Fort Collins - Department of Economics, University of Wyoming - College of Business - Department of Economics and Finance, Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management and University of Washington - School of Environmental and Forest Sciences

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Monopolistic competition, Exotic plant species, Biological invasion, Horticultural industry, Nurseries

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An Open-Access Model of Fisheries and Nutrient Enrichment in the Black Sea

Marine Recource Economics, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 263-285, 2005
Posted: 10 Jun 2008
Duncan Knowler, Edward B. Barbier and Ivar E. Strand
Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins - Department of Economics and University of Maryland - Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics

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Anchovy, Black Sea, economics, eutrophication, Mnemiopsis leidyi, nutrients, open-access

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Commercialization Decisions and the Economics of Introduction

Euphytica, Vol. 148, pp. 151-164, 2006
Posted: 08 Jun 2006
Edward B. Barbier and Duncan Knowler
Colorado State University, Fort Collins - Department of Economics and Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management

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biological invasions, economics, exotic species, introducers' pay tax, plant breeding, purple loosestrife

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Importing Exotic Plants and the Risk of Invasion: Are Market-Based Instruments Adequate?

Ecological Economics, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 341-354, February 2005
Posted: 28 Apr 2005
Duncan Knowler and Edward B. Barbier
Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School of Resource and Environmental Management and Colorado State University, Fort Collins - Department of Economics

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Biological invasion, Introducers pay tax, Saltcedar, Tamarisk, Economics