Douglas C. MacMillan
Douglas C. MacMillan
Professor of Ecosystem and Biodiversity Economics, University of Kent; Leibniz Chair of Environment
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Contingent valuation versus choice experiments: estimating the benefits of environmentally sensitive areas in Scotland
N Hanley, D MacMillan, RE Wright, C Bullock, I Simpson, D Parsisson, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 49 (1), 1-15, 1998
Poaching is more than an enforcement problem
DWS Challender, DC MacMillan
Conservation Letters 7 (5), 484-494, 2014
Valuing the non-market benefits of wild goose conservation: a comparison of interview and group based approaches
DC Macmillan, L Philip, N Hanley, B Alvarez-Farizo
Ecological economics 43 (1), 49-59, 2002
Contingent valuation: Environmental polling or preference engine?
D MacMillan, N Hanley, N Lienhoop
Ecological Economics 60 (1), 299-307, 2006
Toward a systematic approach for identifying conservation flagships
D Verissimo, DC MacMillan, RJ Smith
Conservation Letters 4 (1), 1-8, 2011
The Delphi process–an expert‐based approach to ecological modelling in data‐poor environments
DC MacMillan, K Marshall
Animal Conservation 9 (1), 11-19, 2006
Understanding markets to conserve trade-threatened species in CITES
DWS Challender, SR Harrop, DC MacMillan
Biological Conservation 187, 249-259, 2015
Understanding heterogeneous preference of tourists for big game species: implications for conservation and management
E Di Minin, I Fraser, R Slotow, DC MacMillan
Animal Conservation 16, 249-258, 2012
The social and environmental benefits of forests in Great Britain, Phase 2
K Willis, G Garrod, R Scarpa, N Powe, A Lovett, IJ Bateman, N Hanley, ...
Report to the Forestry Commission, Centre for Research in Environmental …, 2003
Birds as tourism flagship species: a case study of tropical islands
D Veríssimo, I Fraser, J Groombridge, R Bristol, DC MacMillan
Animal Conservation 12 (6), 549-558, 2009
Valuing wilderness in Iceland: estimation of WTA and WTP using the market stall approach to contingent valuation
N Lienhoop, D MacMillan
Land use policy 24 (1), 289-295, 2007
Towards informed and multi-faceted wildlife trade interventions
DWS Challender, SR Harrop, DC MacMillan
Global Ecology and Conservation 3, 129-148, 2015
Cost-effectiveness analysis of woodland ecosystem restoration
DC Macmillan, D Harley, R Morrison
Ecological Economics 27 (3), 313-324, 1998
Estimating the benefits of agri-environmental policy: econometric issues in open-ended contingent valuation studies
N Alvarez-Farizo, B., Macmillan, D., Wright, R.E
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 42 (1), 23-43, 1999
Costs and benefits of wild goose conservation in Scotland
D MacMillan, N Hanley, M Daw
Biological Conservation 119 (4), 475-485, 2004
Economics and the design of nature conservation policy: a case study of wild goose conservation in Scotland using choice experiments
N Hanley, D MacMillan, I Patterson, RE Wright
Animal Conservation 6 (2), 123-129, 2003
Payments for ecosystem services and rural development: Landowners' preferences and potential participation in western Mexico
A Balderas Torres, DC MacMillan, M Skutsch, JC Lovett
Ecosystem Services 6, 72-81, 2013
Modelling the non-market environmental costs and benefits of biodiversity projects using contingent valuation data
DC Macmillan, EI Duff, DA Elston
Environmental and Resource Economics 18 (4), 391-410, 2001
Exploring values, context and perceptions in contingent valuation studies: the CV market stall technique and willingness to pay for wildlife conservation
LJ Philip, DC MacMillan
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 48 (2), 257-274, 2005
Local community attitudes to wildlife utilisation in the changing economic and social context of Mongolia
DG Pratt, DC MacMillan, IJ Gordon
Biodiversity & Conservation 13 (3), 591-613, 2004
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