Wildlife in the Marketplace

Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, Editors

Wildlife and markets need not be inimical to one another. This book is designed to stimulate imaginative efforts to create better incentives for habitat preservation. The chapters address how both the demand and supply side of the marketplace can be harnessed to provide the proper incentives for good wildlife management. Because markets depend on property rights, the main focus is on ownership of wildlife and wildlife habitat.

Terry L. Anderson is the executive director of PERC and a professor of economics at Montana State University. Peter J. Hill is a PERC senior associate and a professor of economics at Wheaton College.

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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1995; 191 pp.

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P.J. Hill is professor emeritus of economics at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois and a Senior Fellow at PERC.An economic historian by training, Hill has written on institutional change and the evolution of property rights. His book with Terry Anderson, The Not So Wild, Wild West, challenged many of the traditional theories of how the West was...
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Terry Anderson is the William A. Dunn Distinguished Senior Fellow and former President and Executive Director of PERC as well as the John and Jean De Nault Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He believes that market approaches can be both economically sound and environmentally sensitive. His research helped launch the...
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