Blackman, Allen, Eduardo Uribe, Bart Van Hoof and Thomas Lyon. 2012. “Voluntary Environmental Agreements in Developing Countries: The Colombian Experience.” EfD Discussion Paper 12.
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Fischer, Carolyn, Lars Zetterberg, Markus Wråke, Thomas Sterner and Dallas Burtraw. 2012. “Short-Run Allocation of Emissions Allowances and Long-Term Goals for Climate Policy.” AMBIO 41:1: 23-32.
Blackman, Allen, Beatriz Àvalos-Sartorio and Jeffrey Chow. 2012. “Land Cover Change in Agroforestry: Shade Coffee in El Salvador.” Land Economics 88:1: 75-101.
Blackman, Allen, Dallas Burtraw and Juha Siikamäki. 2012. “2011 Resources for the Future (RFF) Activities in Human Cooperation to Manage Natural Resources (COMMONS) program funded by the Swedish Research Council, Formas” Reports
Blackman, Allen and Santiago Guerrero. 2012. “What drives voluntary eco-certification in Mexico?.” Journal of Comparative Economics. 40:2: 256-268.
Sterner, Thomas, Editor, "Fuel Taxes and the Poor, The Distributional Effects of Gasoline Taxation and Their Implications for Climate Policy" (2011) Routledge. Published by RFF Press with Environment for Development initiative.
Blackman, Allen and Jorge Rivera. 2011. “Producer-Level Benefits of Sustainability Certification.” Conservation Biology 25:6: 1176-1185.
Carlsson, Fredrik, Elina Lampi, Åsa Löfgren, Ping Qin, Thomas Sterner, Susie Chung, Mitesh Kataria and Alan Krupnick. 2010. “A Fair Share - Burden-Sharing Preferences in the United States and China” Working papers in Economics , No. 471, University of Gothenburg
Powers, Nicholas , Allen Blackman, Thomas Lyon and Urvashi Narain. 2011. “Does Disclosure Reduce Pollution? Evidence from India’s Green Rating Project.” Environmental and Resource Economics 50:1: 131-155.
Blackman, Allen. 2011. “Does Eco-Certification Boost Regulatory Compliance in Developing Countries? ISO 14001 in Mexico.” EfD Discussion Paper 11.
Blackman, Allen, Santosh Chandru, Alberto Mendoza-Domínguez, and A.G. Russell, 2011, “Health Impacts of Power-Exporting Plants in Northern Mexico”, Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series, EfD DP 11-03-REV.
Carlsson, Fredrik, Elina Lampi, Åsa Löfgren, Ping Qin, Mitesh Kataria, Alan Krupnick, Thomas Sterner and Susie Chung. 2010. “The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth: A Multiple-Country Test of an Oath Script.” EfD Discussion Paper 10.
Blackman, Allen, Bidisha Lahiri, William Pizer, Marisol Rivera Planter and Carlos Muños Piña. 2010. “Voluntary environmental regulation in developing countries: Mexico’s Clean Industry Program.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 60:3: 182-192.
Blackman, Allen. 2010. “Alternative Pollution Control Policies in Developing Countries.” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 4:2: 234-253.
Alpízar, Francisco and Peter Martinsson. 2010. “Don’t Tell Me What to Do, Tell Me Who to Follow! Field Experiment Evidence on Voluntary Donations.” EfD Discussion Paper 10.
Blackman, Allen and Richard Woodward. 2010. “User financing in a national payments for environmental services program: Costa Rican hydropower.” Ecological Economics 69:8: 1626-1638.
Dikgang, Johane and Martine Visser. 2010. “Behavioral Response to Plastic Bag Legislation in Botswana.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 10-13.
Alpízar, Francisco and Peter Martinsson. 2010. “Paying the Price of Sweetening Your Donation: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment.” EfD Discussion Paper 10.
Garcia, Jorge, Randall Bluffstone and Thomas Sterner. 2009. “Corporate Environmental Management in Transition Economies: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe.” Czech Journal of Economics and Finance 59:5: 410-425.
Blackman, Allen, Rebecca Osakwe and Francisco Alpízar. 2009. “Fuel Tax Incidence in Developing Countries: The Case of Costa Rica.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Akpalu, Wisdom, Håkan Eggert and Kofi Vondolia. 2009. “Enforcement of Exogenous Environmental Regulations, Social Disapproval, and Bribery.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Sterner,T and D Burtraw, “Climate Change Abatement: Not "Stern" Enough?”, in Parry and Day, eds. “100 Policy Commentaries on Environmental, Energy, Urban and Public Health Problems: Volume 1”, RFF Press, forthcoming.
Sterner, Thomas and Martin Persson. 2008. “An even Sterner Review, Introducing Relative Prices into the Discounting Debate.” Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2:1: 61-76.
Alternative Pollution Control Policies in Developing Countries: Informal, Informational, and Voluntary
Blackman, Allen. 2009. “Alternative Pollution Control Policies in Developing Countries: Informal, Informational, and Voluntary.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Yesuf, Mahmud, Menale Kassie and Gunnar Köhlin. 2009. “Risk Implications of Farm Technology Adoption in the Ethiopian Highlands.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Blackman, Allen and Richard Woodward. 2009. “User Financing in a National Payments for Environmental Services Program: Costa Rican Hydropower.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Blackman, Allen. 2009. “Colombia's discharge fee program: Incentives for polluters or regulators?.” Journal of Environmental Management 90:1: 101-119.
Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio and Allen Blackman, 2008, "Agroforestry Price Supports as a Conservation Tool: Mexican Shade Coffee", EfD Discussion Paper 08-36, a joint publication of the Environment for Development Initiative and Resources for th
Coria, Jessica and Thomas Sterner. 2008. “Tradable Permits in Developing Countries: Evidence from Air Pollution in Santiago, Chile .” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Sterner, Thomas and Adrian Muller. 2008. “Output and Abatement Effects of Allocation Readjustment in Permit Trade.” Climatic change 86: 33-49.
Martinsson, Peter and Alpaslan Akay. 2008. “Does Relative Income Matter for the Very Poor? Evidence from Rural Ethiopia.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Coria, Jessica. 2008. “Environmental Policy, Fuel Prices, and the Switch to Natural Gas in Santiago, Chile.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Coria, Jessica. 2008. “Taxes, Permits, and the Diffusions of a New Technology.” .
Blackman, Allen, Nicholas Powers, Thomas Lyon and Urvashi Narain. 2008. “Does Disclosure Reduce Pollution? Evidence from India's Green Rating Project .” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Blackman, Allen, Beatriz Àvalos-Sartorio and Jeffrey Chow. 2008. “Land Cover Change in Mixed Agroforesty: Shade Coffee in El Salvador.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Eggert, Håkan and Mads Greaker. 2008. “08.” EfD Discussion Paper 19.
Ekbom, Anders. 2008. “Determinants of Soil Capital.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Anonymity, Reciprocity and Conformity: Evidence from Voluntary Contributions to a Natural Park in Costa Rica
Alpízar, Francisco, Fredrik Carlsson and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2008. “Anonymity, Reciprocity and Conformity: Evidence from Voluntary Contributions to a Natural Park in Costa Rica.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Alpízar F., A. Blackman, and A. Pfaff. 2007. "Payments for Ecological Services: Measurements with Impacts". Resources 165 Spring: 20-22.
Blackman, Allen. 2008. “Can Voluntary Environmental Regulation Work in Developing Countries? Lessons from Case Studies.” Policy Studies Journal 36:1: 119-141.
Blackman, Allen, Heidi J. Albers, Beatriz Àvalos-Sartorio and Lisa C. Murphy. 2008. “Land Cover in a Managed Forest Ecosystem: Mexican Shade Coffee.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90:1: 216-231.
Sterner, Thomas and Martin Persson. 2007. “An even Sterner Review, Introducing Relative Prices into the Discounting Debate” RFF Discussion paper 07:37
Blackman, Allen, Jhih-Shyang Shih, David Evans, Joseph cook, Michael Batz and Stephen Newbold. 2006. “ The benefits and costs of informal sector pollution control: Mexican brick kilns.” Environment and Development Economics 11:5: 603-627.
Sterner, Thomas and Adrian Muller. 2006. “Output and Abatement Effects of Allocation Readjustment in Permit Trade” RFF Discussion paper 06-49