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Klaus Glenk
Klaus Glenk
Professor, SRUC, Edinburgh, UK
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Tradeoffs between income, biodiversity, and ecosystem functioning during tropical rainforest conversion and agroforestry intensification
I Steffan-Dewenter, M Kessler, J Barkmann, MM Bos, D Buchori, S Erasmi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (12), 4973-4978, 2007
6702007
Confronting unfamiliarity with ecosystem functions: the case for an ecosystem service approach to environmental valuation with stated preference methods
J Barkmann, K Glenk, A Keil, C Leemhuis, N Dietrich, G Gerold, ...
Ecological economics 65 (1), 48-62, 2008
2522008
Environmental valuation with discrete choice experiments: Guidance on design, implementation and data analysis
P Mariel, D Hoyos, J Meyerhoff, M Czajkowski, T Dekker, K Glenk, ...
Springer Nature, 2021
2432021
Improving the link between payments and the provision of ecosystem services in agri-environment schemes
MS Reed, A Moxey, K Prager, N Hanley, J Skates, A Bonn, CD Evans, ...
Ecosystem Services 9, 44-53, 2014
1662014
Environmental attitudes and place identity as determinants of preferences for ecosystem services
M Faccioli, M Czajkowski, K Glenk, J Martin-Ortega
Ecological Economics 174, 106600, 2020
1212020
The value base of water governance: A multi-disciplinary perspective
C Schulz, J Martin-Ortega, K Glenk, AAR Ioris
Ecological Economics 131, 241-249, 2017
1072017
Insurance, prevention or just wait and see? Public preferences for water management strategies in the context of climate change
K Glenk, A Fischer
Ecological Economics 69 (11), 2279-2291, 2010
992010
Spatial dimensions of stated preference valuation in environmental and resource economics: methods, trends and challenges
K Glenk, RJ Johnston, J Meyerhoff, J Sagebiel
Environmental and Resource Economics 75, 215-242, 2020
982020
The economics of peatland restoration
K Glenk, J Martin-Ortega
Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 7 (4), 345-362, 2018
852018
Valuing water quality improvements from peatland restoration: Evidence and challenges
J Martin-Ortega, TEH Allott, K Glenk, M Schaafsma
Ecosystem Services 9, 34-43, 2014
822014
Designing policies to mitigate the agricultural contribution to climate change: an assessment of soil based carbon sequestration and its ancillary effects
K Glenk, S Colombo
Climatic Change 105 (1), 43-66, 2011
822011
Operationalizing an ecosystem services-based approach using Bayesian Belief Networks: an application to riparian buffer strips
A McVittie, L Norton, J Martin-Ortega, I Siameti, K Glenk, I Aalders
Ecological Economics 110, 15-27, 2015
812015
How sure can you be? A framework for considering delivery uncertainty in benefit assessments based on stated preference methods
K Glenk, S Colombo
Journal of Agricultural Economics 62 (1), 25-46, 2011
812011
From welcome culture to welcome limits? Uncovering preference changes over time for sheltering refugees in Germany
U Liebe, J Meyerhoff, M Kroesen, C Chorus, K Glenk
PloS one 13 (8), e0199923, 2018
752018
Protest Responses and willingness to accept: ecosystem services providers’ preferences towards incentive‐based schemes
AJ Villanueva, K Glenk, M Rodríguez‐Entrena
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (3), 801-821, 2017
752017
Could animal welfare claims and nutritional information boost the demand for organic meat? Evidence from non-hypothetical experimental auctions
F Akaichi, K Glenk, C Revoredo-Giha
Journal of Cleaner Production 207, 961-970, 2019
702019
Modelling outcome‐related risk in choice experiments
K Glenk, S Colombo
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 57 (4), 559-578, 2013
662013
Does the use of mobile devices (tablets and smartphones) affect survey quality and choice behaviour in web surveys?
U Liebe, K Glenk, M Oehlmann, J Meyerhoff
Journal of choice modelling 14, 17-31, 2015
592015
Capturing stakeholders views on oil palm-based biofuel and biomass utilisation in Malaysia
D Darshini, P Dwivedi, K Glenk
Energy policy 62, 1128-1137, 2013
582013
Conservation in the face of ambivalent public perceptions–The case of peatlands as ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’
A Byg, J Martin-Ortega, K Glenk, P Novo
Biological conservation 206, 181-189, 2017
572017
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