Tanya Hayes
Tanya Hayes
Associate Professor, Institute of Public Service, Seattle University
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Parks, people, and forest protection: an institutional assessment of the effectiveness of protected areas
TM Hayes
World Development 34 (12), 2064-2075, 2006
From hope to crisis and back again? A critical history of the global CBNRM narrative
W Dressler, B Büscher, M Schoon, DAN Brockington, T Hayes, CA Kull, ...
Environmental conservation 37 (1), 5-15, 2010
Conserving the world's forests: Are protected areas the only way
T Hayes, E Ostrom
Ind. L. Rev. 38, 595, 2005
Nesting local forestry initiatives: Revisiting community forest management in a REDD+ world
T Hayes, L Persha
Forest Policy and Economics 12 (8), 545-553, 2010
Creditors’ and shareholders’ reporting demands in public versus private firms: Evidence from Europe
E Peek, R Cuijpers, W Buijink
Contemporary Accounting Research 27 (1), 49-91, 2010
Cooperating when “you” and “I” are treated fairly: The moderating role of leader prototypicality.
D De Cremer, M Van Dijke, DM Mayer
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (6), 1121, 2010
Does tenure matter? A comparative analysis of agricultural expansion in the Mosquitia forest corridor
TM Hayes
Human Ecology 35 (6), 733-747, 2007
Payment for ecosystem services, sustained behavioural change, and adaptive management: peasant perspectives in the Colombian Andes
TM Hayes
Environmental Conservation 39 (2), 144-153, 2012
An institutional analysis of Payment for Environmental Services on collectively managed lands in Ecuador
T Hayes, F Murtinho, H Wolff
Ecological Economics 118, 81-89, 2015
Does external funding help adaptation? Evidence from community-based water management in the Colombian Andes
F Murtinho, H Eakin, D López-Carr, TM Hayes
Environmental management 52 (5), 1103-1114, 2013
The impact of payments for environmental services on communal lands: an analysis of the factors driving household land-use behavior in Ecuador
T Hayes, F Murtinho, H Wolff
World Development 93, 427-446, 2017
Determinants of livelihood strategy variation in two extractive reserves in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests
P Newton, W Endo, CA Peres
Environmental Conservation 39 (2), 97-110, 2012
A challenge for environmental governance: institutional change in a traditional common-property forest system
TM Hayes
Policy Sciences 43 (1), 27-48, 2010
The robustness of indigenous common-property systems to frontier expansion: Institutional interplay in the Mosquitia forest corridor
TM Hayes
Conservation and Society 6 (2), 117-129, 2008
Can conservation contracts co-exist with change? Payment for ecosystem services in the context of adaptive decision-making and sustainability
T Hayes, F Murtinho, LMC Camacho, P Crespo, S McHugh, D Salmerón
Environmental management 55 (1), 69-85, 2015
Adaptation in resource-dependent communities: a call for greater methodological clarity in adaptation field research
F Murtinho, TM Hayes
Society & Natural Resources 25 (5), 513-522, 2012
Communal participation in payment for environmental services (PES): unpacking the collective decision to enroll
F Murtinho, T Hayes
Environmental management 59 (6), 939-955, 2017
Are indigenous forest reserves sustainable? An analysis of present and future land-use trends in Bosawas, Nicaragua
TM Hayes, F Murtinho
The International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 15 (6 …, 2008
Communal governance, equity and payment for ecosystem services
T Hayes, F Murtinho
Land Use Policy 79, 123-136, 2018
Forest governance in a frontier: an analysis of the dynamic interplay between property rights, land-use norms, and agricultural expansion in the Mosquitia Forest Corridor of …
TM Hayes
[Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University, 2010
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