Conventional and Unconventional Approaches to Wildlife Exploitation

Transactions of the Thirty Eight North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Washington, D. C.: Wildlife Management Institute, (with R. K. Davis and F. Mitchell) 1973

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Steve H. Hanke

Johns Hopkins University - Department of Economics

Robert Davis

Independent

Date Written: March 1973

Abstract

Present wildlife conservation concerns are of worldwide origin. The scope of concern has been extended from that of game animals to those of ecological and aesthetic interests. Although we try to keep this worldwide perspective in this paper, we also believe that Africa, in particular East Africa, where the authors have some first-hand knowledge, provides modern day conservationists with the clearest and most pressing test of their ideas and programs.

Keywords: Steve Hanke, Wildlife Exploitation, Management Institute, Davis Mitchell

Suggested Citation

Hanke, Steve H. and Davis, Robert, Conventional and Unconventional Approaches to Wildlife Exploitation (March 1973). Transactions of the Thirty Eight North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Washington, D. C.: Wildlife Management Institute, (with R. K. Davis and F. Mitchell) 1973. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2176528

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