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  • Bringing ecosystem services into economic decision-making: land use in the United Kingdom. 

    Bateman, Ian; Harwood, Amii R.; Mace, Georgina; Watson, RT; Abson, David J.; Andrews, B; Binner, Amy; Crowe, A; Day, Brett; Dugdale, S; Fezzi, Carlo; Foden, J; Hadley, D; Haines-Young, R; Hulme, M; Kontoleon, A; Lovett, Andrew A.; Munday, P; Pascual, Unai; Paterson, J; Perino, G; Sen, A; Siriwardena, G; van Soest, D; Termansen, Mette (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2013-07-05)
    Landscapes generate a wide range of valuable ecosystem services, yet land-use decisions often ignore the value of these services. Using the example of the United Kingdom, we show the significance of land-use change not ...
  • Ecosystem services: response. 

    Bateman, Ian; Harwood, Amii R.; Mace, Georgina; Watson, RT; Abson, David J.; Andrews, B; Binner, Amy; Crowe, A; Day, Brett; Dugdale, S; Fezzi, Carlo; Foden, J; Hadley, D; Haines-Young, R; Hulme, M; Kontoleon, A; Lovett, Andrew A.; Munday, P; Pascual, Unai; Paterson, J; Perino, G; Sen, A; Siriwardena, G; van Soest, D; Termansen, Mette (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2013-10-25)
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  • Exploring mortgage interest deduction reforms: an equilibrium sorting model with endogenous tenure choice 

    Binner, Amy; Day, Brett (Elsevier, 2015-02)
    In most equilibrium sorting models (ESMs) of residential choice across neighborhoods, the question of whether households rent or buy their home is either ignored or else tenure status is treated as exogenous. Of course, ...