Sahan T M Dissanayake
Cited by
Cited by
Fair trade fish: consumer support for broader seafood sustainability
L McClenachan, STM Dissanayake, X Chen
Fish and fisheries 17 (3), 825-838, 2016
The Economic Impact of Shale Gas Development: A Natural Experiment along the New York and Pennsylvania Border
MR Cosgrove, B. M., LaFave, D. R., Dissanayake, S. T., & Donihue
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 44 (2), 20-39, 2015
Valuing grassland restoration: proximity to substitutes and trade-offs among conservation attributes
STM Dissanayake, AW Ando
Land Economics 90 (2), 237-259, 2014
Opportunities and barriers for fisheries diversification: Consumer choice in New England
T Witkin, STM Dissanayake, L McClenachan
Fisheries Research 168, 56-62, 2015
Measuring risk preferences in rural Ethiopia
FM Vieider, A Beyene, R Bluffstone, S Dissanayake, Z Gebreegziabher, ...
Economic Development and Cultural Change 66 (3), 417-446, 2018
Optimal design of compact and functionally contiguous conservation management areas
H Ínal, Y Wang, STM Dissanayake, JD Westervelt
European Journal of Operational Research 251 (3), 957-968, 2016
Amenity driven price effects and conservation reserve site selection: A dynamic linear integer programming approach
STM Dissanayake, H Ínal
Ecological Economics 70 (12), 2225-2235, 2011
Incorporating species relocation in reserve design models: An example from Ft. Benning GA
STM Dissanayake, H Ínal, JD Westervelt, HE Balbach
Ecological modelling 224 (1), 65-75, 2012
Impacts of improved biomass cookstoves on child and adult health: Experimental evidence from rural Ethiopia
D LaFave, AD Beyene, R Bluffstone, STM Dissanayake, ...
World Development 140, 105332, 2021
Valuing the public benefits of green roofs
NR Netusil, L Lavelle, S Dissanayake, AW Ando
Landscape and Urban Planning 224, 104426, 2022
Habitat, geophysical, and eco-social connectivity: benefits of resilient socio–ecological landscapes
EP Butler, LL Bliss-Ketchum, CE de Rivera, STM Dissanayake, CL Hardy, ...
Landscape Ecology, 1-29, 2021
Shifted baselines reduce willingness to pay for conservation. Front Mar Sci 5
L McClenachan, R Matsuura, P Shah, STM Dissanayake
Can improved biomass cookstoves contribute to REDD+ in low-income countries? Evidence from a controlled cooking test trial with randomized behavioral treatments
A Beyene, RA Bluffstone, S Dissanayake, Z Gebreegziabher, ...
Evidence from a Controlled Cooking Test Trial with Randomized Behavioralá…, 2015
A dynamic simulation/optimization model for scheduling restoration of degraded military training lands
H Ínal, P Woodford, SA Tweddale, JD Westervelt, M Chen, ...
Journal of environmental management 171, 144-157, 2016
Measuring risk preferences in rural Ethiopia: Risk tolerance and exogenous income proxies
FM Vieider, A Beyene, RA Bluffstone, S Dissanayake, Z Gebreegziabher, ...
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2014
Optimum selection of conservation reserves: extensions to multiple land use
STM Dissanayake, H Oenal, JD Westervelt
Military Operations Research, 65-76, 2011
Impact of a local, coastal community based management regime when defining marine protected areas: Empirical results from a study in Okinawa, Japan
P Shah, STM Dissanayake, Y Fujita, PALD Nunes
PloS one 14 (3), e0213354, 2019
Community managed forest groups and preferences for REDD+ contract attributes: a choice experiment survey of communities in Nepal
STM Dissanayake, P Jha, B Adhikari, R Bista, R Bluffstone, H Luintel, ...
The World Bank, 2015
Improved Biomass Cookstove Use in the Longer Run: Results from a Field Experiment in Rural Ethiopia
A Mekonnen, AD Beyene, R Bluffstone, S Dissanayake, ...
The World Bank, 2020
Improved Biomass Cookstove Use in the Longer Run
A Mekonnen, AD Beyene, R Bluffstone, S Dissanayake, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2020
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20