The economics stakes of the landscape governance

Landscape provides amenities and support recreational and tourism activities, it appears both as an economic resource and as a local public good. Landscape economics could benefits from both public economics concepts and methodology. Moreover, as a new field, Landscape Economics emphasizes the role of enforcement of property rights’ devices in the Landscape formation. The aim of this paper is to present some analytical tools to study economic issues related to Landscapes. Facing divided ownership issues and public policies external effects, the Landscape’ governance should make use of various instruments and methods in order to provide socially optimal level of landscapes’ quality and diversity.

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