Conservation of Endangered Species

A. Articles of interest:

Fa, John, Juan Yuste, and Ramon Castelo (2000), "Bushmeat Markets on Bioko Island as a Measure of Hunting Pressure", Conservation Biology, Vol 14(6), Pps. 1602-1613.

Fa, John, Javier Juste, Jaime Perez del Val, Javier Castroviejo (1995 ) "Impact of Market Hunting on Mammal Species in Equatorial Guinea", Conservaton Biology, Vol 9(5), Pps. 1107-1115.

Income and price Elasticities of Bushmeat Demand in Lowland Amerindian Societies, Wilkie and Godoy, Conservation Biology, Vol 15, No 3, June 2001.

Wildlife harvest in logged tropical forests. Robinson, John G.; Redford, Kent H.; Bennett, Elizabeth L.; Science, v. 284 no5414 (Apr. 23 1999) p. 595-6.   There is also a letter from Wilkie.

Is it a supply curve or is it a demand Curve, Ed Leamer, REStat

Interpretation of IV Estimation in Demand Curves, Angrist, et. al.

The Demand for Herring: A Single Equation Model, Allen, Scot J Pol Ec

Why is eating bushmeat a biodiversity crisis? Bennet, Eves, Robinson, Wilkie

 Can Consumer Demand for Bushmeat be Reduced? Wilkie and Godoy

Engaging the Private Sector, Elkan and Elkan

Global and Governmental Efforts to Address the Bushmeat Crisis, McAlpine and Roth

Neoclassical demand: A model free examination of price quantity relations in the Marseille fish Makret, Wolfgang Hardle and Alan Kirman, Journal of Econometriocs, 1995


B. Findings:

Two pieces of an essay about monkeys and data envelopment. Part 1 and Part 2

Using Quantile Regression to Estimate Demand and Supply Curves

Graphs: Histogram of cost and Cost versus time

Draft price elasticity of demand estimates

Colobus Satanas: ANOVA and Quantile Regression

Colobus Satanas: Histograms and Elasticities

Supply and Demand: Which is it?