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Katharine R.E. Sims
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Designing payments for ecosystem services: Lessons from previous experience with incentive-based mechanisms
BK Jack, C Kousky, KRE Sims
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 105 (28), 9465-9470, 2008
9732008
Protected areas reduced poverty in Costa Rica and Thailand
KS Andam, PJ Ferraro, KRE Sims, A Healy, MB Holland
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 107 (22), 9996-10001, 2010
5522010
Forest conservation and slippage: Evidence from Mexico’s national payments for ecosystem services program
JM Alix-Garcia, EN Shapiro, KRE Sims
Land Economics 88 (4), 613-638, 2012
3852012
Conditions associated with protected area success in conservation and poverty reduction
PJ Ferraro, MM Hanauer, KRE Sims
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (34), 13913-13918, 2011
3502011
Conservation and development: Evidence from Thai protected areas
KRE Sims
Journal of environmental economics and management 60 (2), 94-114, 2010
3332010
Only one tree from each seed? Environmental effectiveness and poverty alleviation in Mexico's Payments for Ecosystem Services Program
JM Alix-Garcia, KRE Sims, P Yañez-Pagans
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (4), 1-40, 2015
2492015
More strictly protected areas are not necessarily more protective: evidence from Bolivia, Costa Rica, Indonesia, and Thailand
PJ Ferraro, MM Hanauer, DA Miteva, GJ Canavire-Bacarreza, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (2), 025011, 2013
1772013
The ecological footprint of poverty alleviation: evidence from Mexico's Oportunidades program
J Alix-Garcia, C McIntosh, KRE Sims, JR Welch
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (2), 417-435, 2013
1752013
Parks versus PES: Evaluating direct and incentive-based land conservation in Mexico
KRE Sims, JM Alix-Garcia
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 86, 8-28, 2017
1632017
Reductions in deforestation and poverty from decentralized forest management in Nepal
JA Oldekop, KRE Sims, BK Karna, MJ Whittingham, A Agrawal
Nature Sustainability 2 (5), 421-428, 2019
1292019
Estimating the impacts of conservation on ecosystem services and poverty by integrating modeling and evaluation
PJ Ferraro, MM Hanauer, DA Miteva, JL Nelson, SK Pattanayak, C Nolte, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7420-7425, 2015
1232015
Improving environmental and social targeting through adaptive management in Mexico's payments for hydrological services program
KRE Sims, JM ALIX‐GARCIA, E SHAPIRO‐GARZA, LR Fine, VC Radeloff, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1151-1159, 2014
1012014
Payments for environmental services supported social capital while increasing land management
JM Alix-Garcia, KRE Sims, VH Orozco-Olvera, LE Costica, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (27), 7016-7021, 2018
892018
An upside to globalization: international outmigration drives reforestation in Nepal
JA Oldekop, KRE Sims, MJ Whittingham, A Agrawal
Global Environmental Change 52, 66-74, 2018
622018
Do protected areas reduce forest fragmentation? A microlandscapes approach
KRE Sims
Environmental and Resource Economics 58 (2), 303-333, 2014
522014
Waste not: can household biogas deliver sustainable development?
R Meeks, KRE Sims, H Thompson
Environmental and resource economics 72 (3), 763-794, 2019
402019
Assessing the local economic impacts of land protection
KRE Sims, JR Thompson, SR Meyer, C Nolte, JS Plisinski
Conservation Biology 33 (5), 1035-1044, 2019
272019
Disruption, learning, and the heterogeneous benefits of smaller classes
G McKee, KRE Sims, SG Rivkin
Empirical Economics 48 (3), 1267-1286, 2015
272015
Local regulation and land-use change: The effects of wetlands bylaws in Massachusetts
KRE Sims, J Schuetz
Regional Science and Urban Economics 39 (4), 409-421, 2009
242009
Payments for ecosystem services in Mexico reduce forest fragmentation
C Ramirez‐Reyes, KRE Sims, P Potapov, VC Radeloff
Ecological Applications 28 (8), 1982-1997, 2018
232018
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