Browsing APEC Research Reports by Subject "Optimization"

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  • Messer, Kent D.; Allen, William; Kecinski, Maik; Chen, Yu (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2014-03)
    A consensus exists amongst academics that cost-effective land preservation should involve benefits and costs. In reality, the vast majority of conservation programs are not cost-effective, i.e. lower conservation benefits ...
  • Grand, Linda; Messer, Kent D.; Allen, William, III (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2016-03)
    Despite extensive research demonstrating the benefits of applying cost effective conservation techniques, such as optimization, a large gap remains between the evidence from research and the actions of professions as ...

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