Designing incentive mechanisms for sustainable land management: empirical evidence from Indonesia
Work Package II: Project Summary
The papers in the second work package cover the following aspects:
- Relationship between ecological and economic outcomes of remnant or planted trees in smallholder oil palm plantations along a management intensity gradient. (in cooperation with B11)
- Motivation crowding induced by the framing of monetary incentives as Payments for Environmental Services (PES).
- Conservation and distributional outcomes of two alternative PES schemes. Test of an equal PES scheme, where a fixed flat rate per conserved hectare is paid, and a discriminatory PES scheme, which redistributes payments toward the poor.