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Godwin Kofi Vondolia
Godwin Kofi Vondolia
Norwegian College of Fishery Science
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The marine plastic litter issue: a social-economic analysis
S Abalansa, B El Mahrad, GK Vondolia, J Icely, A Newton
Sustainability 12 (20), 8677, 2020
872020
Valuing coastal recreation and the visual intrusion from commercial activities in Arctic Norway
M Aanesen, J Falk-Andersson, GK Vondolia, T Borch, S Navrud, D Tinch
Ocean & Coastal Management 153, 157-167, 2018
542018
What do respondents bring to contingent valuation? A comparison of monetary and labour payment vehicles
GK Vondolia, H Eggert, S Navrud, J Stage
Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 3 (3), 253-267, 2014
502014
Use and non-use values in an applied bioeconomic model of fisheries and habitat connections
CW Armstrong, V Kahui, GK Vondolia, M Aanesen, M Czajkowski
Marine Resource Economics 32 (4), 351-369, 2017
352017
Expert assessment of risks posed by climate change and anthropogenic activities to ecosystem services in the deep North Atlantic
CW Armstrong, GK Vondolia, NS Foley, LA Henry, K Needham, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 158, 2019
242019
Balancing conservation goals and ecotourism development in coastal wetland management in Sri Lanka: A choice experiment
SN Dushani, M Aanesen, GK Vondolia
Ocean & Coastal Management 210, 105659, 2021
232021
Costs and benefits of automated high-frequency environmental monitoring–The case of lake water management
I Seifert-Dähnn, IS Furuseth, GK Vondolia, G Gal, E De Eyto, E Jennings, ...
Journal of environmental management 285, 112108, 2021
222021
Farmers′ preferences for reductions in flood risk under monetary and non-monetary payment modes
S Navrud, GK Vondolia
Water Resources and Economics 30, 100151, 2020
212020
Are non-monetary payment modes more uncertain for stated preference elicitation in developing countries?
GK Vondolia, S Navrud
Journal of choice modelling 30, 73-87, 2019
212019
Using contingent valuation to price ecotourism sites in developing countries
S Navrud, GK Vondolia
Tourism 53 (2), 115-125, 2005
212005
Enforcement of exogenous environmental regulation, social disapproval and bribery
W Akpalu, H Eggert, GK Vondolia
The Journal of Socio-Economics 38 (6), 940-945, 2009
192009
Bioeconomic analysis of habitat-fishery connections: fishing on cold water coral reefs
V Kahui, CW Armstrong, GK Vondolia
Land Economics 92 (2), 328-343, 2016
162016
Bioeconomic modelling of coastal cod and kelp forest interactions: Co-benefits of habitat services, fisheries and carbon sinks
GK Vondolia, W Chen, CW Armstrong, MD Norling
Environmental and Resource Economics 75, 25-48, 2020
152020
Bioeconomic model of spatial fishery management in developing countries
W Akpalu, GK Vondolia
Environment and Development Economics 17 (2), 145-161, 2012
122012
The fisheries sector in Ghana: A political economy analysis
W Akpalu, SS Eriksen, GK Vondolia
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. NUPI Report 7, 2018, 2018
82018
Private Sector Participation in the Provision of Quality Drinking Water in Urban Areas of G hana: What Do Households Want and Can Afford?
GK Vondolia, FM Asenso‐Boadi
South African Journal of Economics 84 (2), 245-259, 2016
82016
The effect of fertilizer subsidies on investment in soil and water conservation and productivity among Ghanaian farmers using mechanized irrigation
GK Vondolia, H Eggert, J Stage
Sustainability 13 (15), 8242, 2021
72021
Valuing intangible cultural heritage in developing countries
GK Vondolia, AM Kusi, SR King, S Navrud
Sustainability 14 (8), 4484, 2022
62022
Do Ghanaian farmers have preferences for the national biodiversity strategy? A case study of farmers living around the Kakum National Park in the Central Region
GK Vondolia
IEA: Institute of Economic Affairs, Ghana, 2009
62009
The marine plastic litter issue: a social-economic analysis. Sustainability 12 (20), 8677
S Abalansa, B El Mahrad, GK Vondolia, J Icely, A Newton
52020
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