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The Economics of Soil Erosion: Theory, Methodology and Examples

  • Edward B. Barbier

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    (Dept of Environmental Economics and Environmental Management, University of York)

The purpose of the following paper is to provide an overview of an economic analysis of soil erosion, concentrating particularly on explaining the farm-level economics of soil erosion and discussing with examples the appropriate methodology for measuring on and off-site costs.

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Paper provided by Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) in its series EEPSEA Special and Technical Paper with number sp199601t2.

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Date of creation: Jan 1996
Date of revision: Jan 1996
Handle: RePEc:eep:tpaper:sp199601t2
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