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Mayo 2015

Referencia: 
Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos (IPP) CSIC, Working Paper 2015-03
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Desiderio Romero-Jordán, Pablo Del Río & Cristina Peñasco

The deep economic crisis and the sharp rise in electricity prices have had a strong effect on electricity demand by Spanish households. This paper aims to analyse the responsiveness of household electricity demand and the welfare effects related to both factors in the 2006-2012 period. The results show that the electricity consumption of medium-high income households is particularly responsive to price increases, whereas that of medium-low income households is more responsive to changes in income. The retail electricity price increases and the economic crisis have led to generally lower...

Marzo 2015

Referencia: 
Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos (IPP) CSIC, Working Paper 2015-02
Autores: 

José L. Oviedo, Lynn Huntsinger & Pablo Campos

We integrate data from commercial operations, non-market private amenities and capital gains to measure landowner income and profitability in six oak woodland case studies from Spain and California. Results show that private amenities make the greatest contribution to landowner income, while commercial benefits alone fall short of explaining land prices. We also estimate landowner self-employed labor income, but its contribution is marginal. Total real profitability ranges from 3.2 to 7.8% in the Spanish cases and from 6.0 to 9.3% in the California cases, showing that these oak woodlands...

Enero 2015

Referencia: 
Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos (IPP) CSIC, Working Paper 2015-01
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Paola Ovando, José L. Oviedo & Pablo Campos

We estimate the total social income delivered by a simulated Stone pine ( Pinus pinea L.) afforestation investment in Huelva province, Spain. We consider the following private and public products: timber, pinecones, forestry conservation services, landowner amenities, landscape conservation, public recreation and carbon sequestration services. We show how total income of each single product is distributed into the partial rewards to labor and to environmental and manufactured assets. Results demonstrate that private income accounts on average for 46% of the total social income over the...

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