Satoshi Yamazaki
Satoshi Yamazaki
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, University of Tasmania, Australia
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TitleCited byYear
Does sending farmers back to school have an impact? Revisiting the issue
S Yamazaki, BP Resosudarmo
The Developing Economies 46 (2), 135-150, 2008
52*2008
Training and visit (T&V) vs farmer field school: the Indonesia’s experience
BP Resosudarmo, S Yamazaki
Economic Transition and Natural Resource Management in South East Asia …, 2010
29*2010
Biomass management targets and the conservation and economic benefits of marine reserves
S Yamazaki, QR Grafton, T Kompas, S Jennings
Fish and fisheries 15 (2), 196-208, 2014
172014
Output versus input controls under uncertainty: the case of a fishery
S Yamazaki, T Kompas, RQ Grafton
Natural Resource Modeling 22 (2), 212-236, 2009
142009
Are marine reserves and harvest control rules substitutes or complements for rebuilding fisheries?
S Yamazaki, S Jennings, RQ Grafton, T Kompas
Resource and Energy Economics 40, 1-18, 2015
112015
Non-consumptive values and optimal marine reserve switching
S Yamazaki, RQ Grafton, T Kompas
Ecological Economics 69 (12), 2427-2434, 2010
112010
Excess capacity and efficiency in the quota managed Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishery
S Rust, S Yamazaki, S Jennings, T Emery, C Gardner
Marine Policy 76, 55-62, 2017
102017
A Bayesian belief network model for community-based coastal resource management in the Kei Islands, Indonesia
E Hoshino, I van Putten, W Girsang, B Resosudarmo, S Yamazaki
Ecology and Society 21 (2), 2016
92016
No‐take marine reserves and illegal fishing under imperfect enforcement
S Yamazaki, E Hoshino, BP Resosudarmo
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 59 (3), 334-354, 2015
92015
Fishing access agreements and harvesting decisions of host and distant water fishing nations
R Nichols, S Yamazaki, S Jennings, RA Watson
Marine Policy 54, 77-85, 2015
92015
Estimating maximum economic yield in multispecies fisheries: a review
E Hoshino, S Pascoe, T Hutton, T Kompas, S Yamazaki
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28 (2), 261-276, 2018
82018
Fishers' perceived objectives of community-based coastal resource management in the Kei Islands, Indonesia
E Hoshino, EI van Putten, W Girsang, BP Resosudarmo, S Yamazaki
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 141, 2017
72017
Excess capacity and capital malleability in a fishery with myopic expectations
S Rust, S Jennings, S Yamazaki
Marine Resource Economics 31 (1), 63-81, 2016
72016
When push comes to shove in recreational fishing compliance, think ‘nudge’
M Mackay, S Jennings, EI van Putten, H Sibly, S Yamazaki
Marine Policy 95, 256-266, 2018
62018
Intra-village and inter-village resource use conflict in Indonesia: The case of the Kei Islands
S Yamazaki, BP Resosudarmo, W Girsang, E Hoshino
Ocean & coastal management 155, 50-59, 2018
6*2018
Valuing recreational fishing in Tasmania and assessment of response bias in contingent valuation
S Yamazaki, S Rust, S Jennings, J Lyle, S Frijlink
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 57 (2), 193-213, 2013
62013
A contingent valuation of recreational fishing in Tasmania
S Yamazaki, SA Rust, SM Jennings, JM Lyle, S Frijlink
62011
Productivity, Social Capital and Perceived Environmental Threats in Small-Island Fisheries: Insights from Indonesia
S Yamazaki, BP Resosudarmo, W Girsang, E Hoshino
Ecological economics 152, 62-75, 2018
42018
Are per capita CO2 emissions increasing among OECD countries? A test of trends and breaks
S Yamazaki, J Tian, F Doko Tchatoka
Applied Economics Letters 21 (8), 569-572, 2014
32014
The South-East Commonwealth Marine Reserves Network-public knowledge, perceptions and values survey
M Burton, SM Jennings, L Fragnol, JB Marre, S Parades, S Pascoe, ...
22018
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