Göran Bostedt
Göran Bostedt
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The value of forests for tourism in Sweden
G Bostedt, L Mattsson
Annals of Tourism Research 22 (3), 671-680, 1995
Obtaining welfare bounds in discrete-response valuation studies: A non-parametric approach
M Boman, G Bostedt, B Kriström
Land Economics, 284-294, 1999
Wolves as a symbol of people's willingness to pay for large carnivore conservation
G Ericsson, G Bostedt, J Kindberg
Society and Natural Resources 21 (4), 294-309, 2008
Cost-efficiency of measures to increase the amount of coarse woody debris in managed Norway spruce forests
T Ranius, H Ekvall, M Jonsson, G Bostedt
Forest Ecology and Management 206 (1-3), 119-133, 2005
Cost-effectiveness of silvicultural measures to increase substrate availability for red-listed wood-living organisms in Norway spruce forests
M Jonsson, T Ranius, H Ekvall, G Bostedt, A Dahlberg, B Ehnström, ...
Biological Conservation 127 (4), 443-462, 2006
Integrated natural resource management in northern Sweden: An application to forestry and reindeer husbandry
G Bostedt, PJ Parks, M Boman
Land Economics 79 (2), 149-159, 2003
Performance payments for groups: the case of carnivore conservation in Northern Sweden
A Zabel, G Bostedt, S Engel
Environmental and Resource Economics 59, 613-631, 2014
Valuing the wolf in Sweden: Are benefits contingent on the supply?
M Boman, G Bostedt
Topics in environmental economics, 157-174, 1999
Comparing conventional and new policy approaches for carnivore conservation: theoretical results and application to tiger conservation
A Zabel, K Pittel, G Bostedt, S Engel
Environmental and Resource Economics 48, 287-301, 2011
Estimating cost functions for the four large carnivores in Sweden
G Bostedt, P Grahn
Ecological Economics 68 (1-2), 517-524, 2008
Accounting for cultural heritage—A theoretical and empirical exploration with focus on Swedish reindeer husbandry
G Bostedt, T Lundgren
Ecological Economics 69 (3), 651-657, 2010
P Björk, G Bostedt, H Johansson
Studentlitteratur, 2003
Reindeer husbandry, the Swedish market for reindeer meat, and the Chernobyl effects
G Bostedt
Agricultural Economics 26 (3), 217-226, 2001
Damned if you do, damned if you do not—Reduced Climate Impact vs. Sustainable Forests in Sweden
E Geijer, G Bostedt, R Brännlund
Resource and Energy Economics 33 (1), 94-106, 2011
What about study motivation? Students and teachers’ perspectives on what affects study motivation
L Boström, G Bostedt
International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research 19 (8 …, 2020
The bioeconomics of the spatial distribution of an endangered species: the case of the Swedish wolf population
M Boman, G Bostedt, J Persson
Journal of Bioeconomics 5, 55-74, 2003
The problem of spatial scale when studying the human dimensions of a natural resource conflict: humans and wolves in Sweden
G Ericsson, C Sandström, G Bostedt
The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2 (4), 343-349, 2006
A note on benefits and costs of adjusting forestry to meet recreational demands
G Bostedt, L Mattsson
Journal of Forest Economics 12 (1), 75-81, 2006
Landscape planning—paving the way for effective conservation of forest biodiversity and a diverse forestry?
G Michanek, G Bostedt, H Ekvall, M Forsberg, AR Hof, J De Jong, ...
Forests 9 (9), 523, 2018
Cost-effectiveness of silvicultural measures to increase substrate availability for wood-dwelling species: A comparison among boreal tree species
M Jonsson, T Ranius, H Ekvall, G Bostedt
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 25 (1), 46-60, 2010
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