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Volume 86, Number 2, May 2010

Table of Contents

Articles

Limits to the Privatization of Fishery Resources

pp. 219-244

China's Sloping Land Conversion Program: Does Expansion Equal Success?

pp. 219-244

Farmland Owners' Land Sale Preferences: Can They Be Affected by Taxation Programs?

pp. 245-262

Forecasting Open Space with a Two-Rate Property Tax

pp. 263-280

Estimating the Demand for Tree Canopy: A Second-Stage Hedonic Price Analysis in Portland, Oregon

pp. 281-293

Evaluating Split Estates in Oil and Gas Leasing

pp. 294-312

Minerals, Institutions, Openness, and Growth: An Empirical Analysis

pp. 313-328

The Effect of Clean Water Regulation on Profitability: Testing the Porter Hypothesis

pp. 329-344

A Combinatorial Optimization Approach to Nonmarket Environmental Benefit Aggregation via Simulated Populations

pp. 345-362

Using Respondent Uncertainty to Mitigate Hypothetical Bias in a Stated Choice Experiment

pp. 363-381

Environmental Information Provision, Market Valuation, and Firm Incentives: An Empirical Study of the Japanese PRTR System

pp. 382-393

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