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Daniel V. Ortega-Pacheco studies and conducts research in the field of environmental and natural resources economics and policy. His work deals with development and implementation of incentive-based institutions for addressing climate change, conservation and poverty issues in Latin America.
Accomplishments Made with Funds
Ortega-Pacheco, D. and Shiguo Jiang. 2009. Climate policy: spatial explicit heterogeneity matters – the case of tropical deforestation at Northwestern Ecuador. In preparation for Land Economics.
Ortega-Pacheco, Daniel; Lupi, F.; and Michael Kaplowitz. Participation in community-based management of payment for environmental services. International Journal of the Commons. 26 p. (in review).
Ortega-Pacheco, Daniel; Lupi, F.; and Michael Kaplowitz. 2009. Payment for environmental services: estimating demand within a tropical watershed. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research. 1 (2):189-202.
Peer-reviewed book chapters
Ortega-Pacheco, Daniel and Ines Manzano-Torres. Institutional change and climate policy in Ecuador. In Implementing the Clean Development Mechanism: Legal and Institutional Challenges, M. Mehling ed. Berlin: Lexxion. 20 p. (in review).
Kaplowitz, M.; Ortega-Pacheco, D.; and Frank Lupi. 2008. Payment for environmental services and other institutions for protecting drinking water in eastern Costa Rica. In Assessing the evolution and impact of alternative institutional structures, N. Mercuro, and S. Batie eds. London, UK: Routledge Press. 380-401 p.
Ortega-Pacheco, D.; Keeler, A.; and Brent Sohngen. 2009. Land use modeling in Ecuador – developing a tool to evaluate alternative climate change mitigation policies. Project proposal presented at the Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Economics Program VII Annual Workshop, San José, Costa Rica. March 23-26, 2009.
Ortega-Pacheco, D. and Shiguo Jiang. 2009. Climate policy: spatial explicit heterogeneity matters – the case of tropical deforestation at Northwestern Ecuador. Paper presented at the Latin American and Caribbean Association for Environmental and Natural Resource Economists Congress, San José, Costa Rica. March 19 –21, 2009.