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Record number 406849
Title De effecten van keuzes in natuurbeleid
Author(s) Sijtsma, F.; Hinsberg, A. van; Bilt, W. van der; Heide, M. van der; Knegt, B. de; Leneman, H.
Source ESB Economisch Statistische Berichten 96 (2011)4612S. - ISSN 0013-0583 - p. 29 - 35.
Department(s) Bos- en Natuurbeheer (VHL)
LEI NAT HULPB - Milieu, Natuur en Landschap
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
CL - Ecological Models and Monitoring
LEI Regional economy & land use
LEI Regional economy & land use
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) natuurbeleid - beleidsevaluatie - kosten-batenanalyse - factoranalyse - nature conservation policy - policy evaluation - cost benefit analysis - factor analysis
Categories Nature Management (General)
Abstract De Natuurverkenning 2011 vergelijkt vier toekomstoriëntaties voor de natuur in Nederland, met behulp van de MCKBA-evaluatiemethode. De oriëntaties verschillen sterk qua monetaire kosten en baten maar ook qua effecten op biodiversiteit en beleving. De MCKBA (multicriteria-kosten-batenanalyse) laat dit voor zowel ecologen als economen begrijpelijk zien en helpt beleidsmakers bij het maken van keuzen in natuurbeleid
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