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Author: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy
Publisher: CRVP
Keywords: romania, education, values
Number of Pages: 250
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 1565181344
ISBN-13: 9781565181342

Author: Jason Henderson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: values, farmland, recreation, wildlife, impact
Number of Pages: 22
Published: 2010-10
ISBN-10: 1437934595
ISBN-13: 9781437934595

Wildlife recreation ¿- hunting, fishing, and wildlife watching- ¿ appears to be an increasingly important pastime for many Americans as people continue to increase their spending on wildlife recreation. Land lease and ownership expenditures by wildlife recreation participants are rising and appear to be capitalized into farmland values. This report analyzes the impact of hunting lease rates on farmland values in Texas. The results indicate that counties with higher wildlife recreation income streams have higher land values. Tables.

Author: Jason Henderson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: economic, review, reprint, booming, values, farmland
Number of Pages: 24
Published: 2009-02
ISBN-10: 1437908667
ISBN-13: 9781437908664

Lean supplies, strong export activity, and vibrant demand both at home and abroad have pushed crop prices to record highs, offsetting todayżs spiraling production costs. As a result, farm profits and investments have soared, and farmland values have boomed. The author discusses current farmland value trends and analyzes the factors underlying the recent surge. He concludes that the recent surge in farmland values tracks expected gains in crop returns. At the same time, however, an unexpected surge in production costs or a drop in crop prices could undercut farmland values and pose a financial

Author: Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Develo
Publisher: OECD
Keywords: policy, makers, guide, valuation, biodiversity, handbook
Number of Pages: 160
Published: 2002-03-01
ISBN-10: 9264197311
ISBN-13: 9789264197312

All societies depend on biodiversity and biological resources, and policy makers are increasingly aware that development pressures are today generating unprecedented rates of biodiversity loss. The fact that biodiversity issues often receive low priority in policy decisions is at least in part due to problems involved in assessing its contribution to society -- these values defy easy description and quantification. What cannot be quantified, or is difficult to monitor and evaluate, is easy to disregard. The result is that biodiversity fails to compete on a level playing field in policy

Author: Stephen F. McCool
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: utilitarian, values, symbolic, interface, people, challenges, water
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2008
ISBN-10: 143791358X
ISBN-13: 9781437913583

Water is the source of life, the sustenance for living, the resource needed for mfg., mining, ag.; the element required to grow our lawns, to water our landscaping, to shower us with refreshment; it is the place where we play; it provides the snow for our winter recreation, and it provides the habitat for our wildlife. Water in Amer. society is more than a physical entity; its symbolic values and non-instrumental uses are growing in significance. This book is about the issues associated with these symbolic values and uses of water: the challenges they present -- in our language, in our allocat

Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: identically, classified, commodities, widely, vary, unit, values, imports
Number of Pages: 80
Published: 1995-07-01
ISBN-10: 0788118110
ISBN-13: 9780788118111

Determines why unit values for the same types of imported commodities vary, and why such variations occurred. 66 charts and tables

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: implications, policy, reform, adjustment, sectoral, values, support, farm, land, agricultural
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 2008-05-05
ISBN-10: 9264031731
ISBN-13: 9789264031739

Governments intervene in the agricultural sector through policies that both support and shape agricultural production. This leads to two important outcomes. First, agriculture specific programmes intended to increase the welfare of farmers can become capitalised into asset values. Second, many policies, in particular regulatory ones, reduce asset mobility, resulting in reduced economic efficiency due a sub-optimal allocation of resources. This study focuses on the capitalisation of government support into land rents and prices. It assesses the consequences of inflated asset values, and sugges
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