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Referred journals

Engel, S., Hobi, S., and Zabel, A. (2010). "Ensuring REDD plays its part in any post-2012 agreement:which is-sues remain to be resolved?" Carbon Management 1(2): 261-69.

Engel, S., Pagiola, S., and S. Wunder. 2008. “Designing Payments for Environmental Services in Theory and Practice – An Overview of the Issues.” Ecological Economics 65:663-674.

Engel, S., and C. Palmer. 2008. “Payments for Environmental Services as an Alternative to Logging under Weak Property rights: The Case of Indonesia”. Ecological Economics 65:799-809.

Wunder, S., Engel, S., and S. Pagiola. 2008. "Taking Stock: Lessons Learnt for the Desidgn of Payments for Environmental Services Programs". Ecological Economics 65: 834-852

Wünscher, T., Engel, S., and S. Wunder. 2008. “Spatial Targeting of Payments for Environmental Services: A Tool for Boosting Conservation Benefits.” Ecological Economics 65:822-833.

Edited volumes

Palmer, C., and Engel, S. (eds.). 2009. Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change. Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, Routledge, Oxford. [Flyer » PDF]

Wunder, S., Engel, S., and S. Pagiola, S. (eds.). 2008. Designing Payments for Environmental Services in Developing and Developed Countries. Special Issue. Ecological Economics 65.

Book chapters

Engel, S., and C. Palmer. 2009. “Designing Payments for Environmental Services with Weak Property rights and External Interests.” In: Zilberman, D., R. Stringer, L. Lipper, and T. Sakuyama (eds.), Managing Environmental Services in Agricultural Landscapes: Policies and Incentives for Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Springer Press.

Engel, S., and C. Palmer. 2009. “Prospects for mitigating climate change through avoided deforestation: conclusions and outlook.” In: Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change. Palmer, C., and S. Engel (eds.). Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, Routledge, Oxford.

Engel, S., C. Palmer, and M. Berg. 2009. “Market-based solutions to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD)“, In A. Calvello (ed.), Environmental Alpha: Institutional Investors and Climate Change. John Wiley and Sons.

Engel, S., Wünscher, T., and S. Wunder. 2009. “Increasing the efficiency of forest conservation: the case of payments for environmental services in Costa Rica.” In: Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change. Palmer, C., and S. Engel (eds.). Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, Routledge, Oxford.

Palmer, C., and S. Engel. 2009. “Introduction: reducing CO2 emissions through avoided deforestation?” In: Avoided Deforestation: Prospects for Mitigating Climate Change. Palmer, C., and S. Engel (eds.). Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, Routledge, Oxford.

Newsletters and Working Papers

Engel, S., and C. Palmer. 2009. “The complexities of decentralization in a globalizing world.“ IED Working Paper No. 8, Institute for Environmental Decisions, ETH Zürich.

Palmer, C., Ohndorf, M., and I. A. MacKenzie. 2009. „Life’s a Breach! Ensuring ’Permanence’ in Forest Carbon Sinks under Incomplete Contract Enforcement”. CER-ETH Economics Working Paper Series. Working Paper 09/113. Center for Economic Research, ETH Zurich.

Engel, S. 2008. “Zahlungen für Umweltleistungen – Potentiale und Grenzen”. Böll.Thema 1. Available at» www.boell.de [» PDF]

Engel, S., and C. Palmer. 2008. “Painting the forest REDD”? Prospects for mitigating climate change through reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation. IED Working Paper No. 3, Institute for Environmental Decisions, ETH Zürich.

Köllner, T., and S. Engel. 2008. Compensation for ecosystem services and biodiversity in a global context.” NSC newsletter. Zürich: North South Center, ETH Zürich.

Köllner, T., and S. Engel. 2008. „Globale Kompensationsfonds für Dienstleistungen von Ökosystemen“. Die Volkswirtschaft 7/8-2008.

Wünscher, T., Engel, S., and S. Wunder. 2008. „Payments for Environmental Services – a Report from Costa Rica”. ZEF News 20, May 2008. Center for Development Research, Bonn.

“Are payment for environmental services schemes effective?” In ‘Science for Environment Policy’, Special Issue 5, May 2008. European Commission DG Environment News Alert Service, edited by SCU, The University of the West of England. Bristol. » ec.europa.eu

Presentations

Engel, St. (2010). “Determinants of Participation in Payments for Ecosystem Service Schemes”, Tropentag 2010: World food system – A contribution from Europe, September 14 - 16, 2010, Zurich, Switzerland. Poster Presentation. (with T. Wünscher and S. Wunder).

Engel, St. (2010). “Determinants of Participation in Payments for Ecosystem Service Schemes”. Annual Confer-ence of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE), August 22-25, 2010, Oldenburg and Bremen, Germany. (with T. Wünscher and S. Wunder, presented by T. Wünscher).

Engel, St. (2010). “Practical approaches to estimate opportunity costs of ecosystem service provision”. Annual Conference of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE), August 22-25, 2010, Oldenburg and Bremen, Germany. (with T. Wünscher and S. Wunder, presented by T. Wünscher).

Engel, St. (2010). “Are forests real options to mitigate climate change?” World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economics 2010, June 27 – July 2, 2010, Montreal, Canada. (with C. Palmer, R. Saizaki, L. Taschini, and S. Urech, presented by S. Urech).

Palmer, C., Ohndorf M., MacKenzie I. (2009): ‘Ensuring `permanence' in forestry carbon sinks under incomplete contract enforcement,’ presented at the Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), 24 - 27 June, in Amsterdam.

Palmer, C., Ohndorf M., MacKenzie I. (2009): ‘Ensuring `permanence' in forestry carbon sinks : insights from contract theory,’ presented at the IARU Conference ‘Climate Change, Glocabl Risks, Challenges and Decisions, 10 - 12 March, in Copenhagen.

Saizaki, R. (with C. Palmer and S. Engel). (2009). ‘Forest payment schemes as real options to mitigate climate change’. Tropentag 2009, October 6-8, Hamburg, Germany.

Silber, T., Palmer, C. (2008): ‘What Role Can Carbon Payments Play in Poverty Alleviation? Analysis of a Forestry Carbon Project in Mozambique’, Tropentag 2008: ‘Competition for Resources in a Changing World: New Drive for Rural Development’, University of Hohenheim October 7 - 9, 2008 in Stuttgart-Hohenheim.

Wünscher, T., Engel, S., Wunder, S. (2008). ‘Targeting International Payments for Environmental Services (IPES): General criteria, existing global approaches, real world examples and special challenges to IPES’. Presentation at UNEP side event to the Annual Conference of the International Society of Ecological Economics in Nairobi, August 2008.


 
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