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Protecting Endangered Species in the United States
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Foreword Norman Meyers; 1. The nature of endangered species Gregory D. Hayward, Jason F. Shogren and John Tschirhart; Part I. Biological Needs: 2. Endangered thought, political animals Boyd Gibbons; 3. A market solution for preserving biodiversity: the Black Rhino Gardner Brown and David Layton; 4. Extinction, recovery, and the Endangered Species Act Steven R. Beissinger and John Perrine; 5. On biological needs: comments on Gibbons, Brown and Layton, and Beissinger and Perrine Thomas Crocker; Replies by authors; Part II. Political Realities: 6. Interest group behavior and Endangered Species Protection Amy Whritenour Ando; 7. Beyond cute and fuzzy: science and politics in the US Endangered Species Act David Cash; 8. Community politics and Endangered Species protection Stephen M. Meyer; 9. On political realities: comments on Ando, Cash and Meyer Clifford Nowell; Replies by authors; Part III.1. Current Approaches: 10. The Endangered Species Act and critical habitat designation: an integrated biological and economic approach Gary Watts, William Noonan, Henry Maddux and David S. Brookshire; 11. The revealed demand for a public good: evidence from Endangered and Threatened Species Don Coursey; 12. The ESA through Coase-colored glasses Terry Anderson; 13. On current approaches: comments on Wattes, et al., Coursey and Anderson John Loomis; Replies by authors; Part III.2. Future Incentives: 14. The economics of 'takings' in a multi-parcel model with a powerful government Robert Innes; 15. Investment, information collection and Endangered Species conservation on private land Stephan Polasky; 16. Compensation schemes for Endangered Species protection Rodney B. W. Smith and Jason F. Shogren; 17. On future incentives: comments on Innes, Polasky, and Smith and Shorgen Rob Godby; Replies by authors; Part IV. Summary and Database: 18. Why economics matters for endangered species protection Jason F. Shogren and John Tschirhart et al.; 19. The database on the economics and management of endangered species (DEMES) David Cash, Andrew Metrick, Todd Schatzki and Martin Weitzman; Index.

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