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Willingness to Pay for Marine Turtle Conservation in Asia: A Cross-Country Perspective

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  • Jin Jiangjun

    (College of Resources Science and Technology Beijing Normal University)

  • Rodelio Subade

    (Division of Social Sciences University of the Philippines Visayas)

  • Orapan Nabangchang

    () (Sukhothai Thammatirat Open University)

  • Truong Dang Thuy

    (Faculty of Development Economics Environmental and Natural Resources Unit University of Economics HCMC)

  • Anabeth L. Indab

    (Resources, Environment and Economics Center for Studies (REECS))

Abstract

Marine turtles are important, not only for their economic and intrinsic value, but because an adequate population of marine turtles is often an indicator of healthy marine ecosystem. Of the seven species of marine turtles, four are critically endangered, while two are in the next-highest risk category.

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  • Jin Jiangjun & Rodelio Subade & Orapan Nabangchang & Truong Dang Thuy & Anabeth L. Indab, 2009. "Willingness to Pay for Marine Turtle Conservation in Asia: A Cross-Country Perspective," EEPSEA Policy Brief pb2009052, Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), revised May 2009.
  • Handle: RePEc:eep:pbrief:pb2009052
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