Charles Palmer
Charles Palmer
Associate Professor, London School of Economics
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TitleCited byYear
Payments for environmental services as an alternative to logging under weak property rights: the case of Indonesia
S Engel, C Palmer
Ecological Economics 65 (4), 799-809, 2008
1622008
The extent and causes of illegal logging: an analysis of a major cause of tropical deforestation in Indonesia
C Palmer
Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), 2001
1202001
For better or for worse? Local impacts of the decentralization of Indonesia's forest sector
C Palmer, S Engel
World Development 35 (12), 2131-2149, 2007
1132007
Dynamics of indirect land-use change: empirical evidence from Brazil
S Andrade de Sá, C Palmer, S di Falco
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 65 (3), 377-393, 2013
1042013
REDD+ and rural livelihoods
B Groom, C Palmer
Biological Conservation, 2012
892012
Property rights and liability for deforestation under REDD+: Implications for ‘permanence’ in policy design
C Palmer
Ecological Economics 70 (4), 571-576, 2011
882011
Valuing the environment in developing countries: case studies
D Pearce, C Pearce, C Palmer
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002
78*2002
Public and private spending for environmental protection: a cross‐country policy analysis
D Pearce, C Palmer
Fiscal studies 22 (4), 403-456, 2001
752001
Who owns the right? The determinants of community benefits from logging in Indonesia
S Engel, C Palmer
Forest Policy and Economics 8 (4), 434-446, 2006
582006
Community–industry contracting over natural resource use in a context of weak property rights: the case of Indonesia
S Engel, R Lopez, C Palmer
Environmental and Resource Economics 33 (1), 73-93, 2006
562006
Conservation payments under uncertainty
S Engel, C Palmer, L Taschini, S Urech
Land Economics 91 (1), 36-56, 2015
50*2015
Fuelwood scarcity, energy substitution, and rural livelihoods in Namibia
C Palmer, J MacGregor
Environment and Development Economics 14 (6), 693-715, 2009
502009
Trade-offs between carbon sequestration and rural incomes in the N'hambita Community Carbon Project, Mozambique
C Palmer, T Silber
Land Use Policy, 2011
45*2011
‘Amenity’or ‘eyesore’? Negative willingness to pay for options to replace electricity transmission towers
G Atkinson, B Day, S Mourato, C Palmer
Applied Economics Letters 11 (4), 203-208, 2004
432004
Biodiversity, poverty, and development
C Palmer, S Di Falco
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 28 (1), 48-68, 2012
392012
Cost-effective provision of environmental services: the role of relaxing market constraints
B Groom, C Palmer
Environment and Development Economics 15 (02), 219-240, 2010
392010
Avoided deforestation: prospects for mitigating climate change
C Palmer, S Engel
Taylor & Francis, 2009
392009
A qualitative meta-synthesis of the benefits of eco-labeling in developing countries
A Carlson, C Palmer
Ecological Economics 127, 129-145, 2016
372016
Enforcement-proof contracts with moral hazard in precaution: ensuring ‘permanence’ in carbon sequestration
IA MacKenzie, M Ohndorf, C Palmer
Oxford Economic Papers, 2011
36*2011
Unveiling information on opportunity costs in REDD: Who obtains the surplus when policy objectives differ?
P Delacote, C Palmer, RK Bakkegaard, BJ Thorsen
Resource and Energy Economics 36 (2), 508-527, 2014
262014
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