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Landowers ' Participation Behavior on the Payment for Environmental Service (PES): Evidences from Taiwan

By Wan-yu Liu

Abstract

has received a lot of positive comments, there are still many difficulties during the process of implementation, such as insufficient technology for afforestation, private landowners ’ low interests in participating in PLAP, insufficient subsidies, and so on, which are potential threats that hinder the PLAP from moving forward in future. In this paper, selecting Ping-Tung County in Taiwan as a sample region and targeting those private landowners with and without intention to participate in the PLAP, respectively, we conduct an empirical analysis based on the Logit model to investigate the factors that determine whether those private landowners join the PLAP, so as to realize the incentive effects of the PLAP upon the personal decision on afforestation. The possible factors that might determine private landowner’s participation in the PLAP include landowner’s characteristics, cropland characteristics, as well as policy factors. Among them, the policy factors include afforestation subsidy amoun

Year: 2013
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