Evaluating the Prospects of Benefit Sharing Schemes in Protecting Mountain Gorillas in Central Africa
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- Samson Mukanjari, Edwin Muchapondwa, Precious Zikhali and Birgit Bednar-Friedl, 2012. "Evaluating the Prospects of Benefit Sharing Schemes in Protecting Mountain Gorillas in Central Africa," Working Papers 321, Economic Research Southern Africa.
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Keywordsbenefit sharing; bioeconomic model; conservation; mountain gorilla; performance payment;
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