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Nepal

Mr. Rajesh Kumar Rai

Environment Economist
South Asian Network for Development and Environment Economics (SANDEE)

Address :

ICIMOD, Kathmandu, Nepal

SANDEE Grant Period:

16-01-2011 to 16-07-2012

SANDEE Publications :

  1. Rai, R. K., M. Nepal, P. Shyamsundar and L. D. Bhatta (2014), 'Demand for Watershed Services: Understanding Local Preferences through a Choice Experiment in the Koshi Basin of Nepal', SANDEE Working Paper No. 88 -14
  2. Rai, R. K., M. Nepal, P. Shyamsundar and L. D. Bhatta (2015), 'How much do local people value watersheds? A case study from Nepal', SANDEE Policy Brief No. 87 - 15
  3. Rai, R. K. (2012), 'Valuing the Damage Caused by Invasive Plant Species in a Low-income Community in Nepal', SANDEE Working Paper No. 74 - 12
  4. Rai, R. K. (2012), 'Financing the Control of Invasive Plant Species around Chitwan National Park in Nepal - A Choice Experiment', SANDEE Policy Brief No. 66 -12



Other Publications :

  1. Rai, R.K. and Scarborough, H. (2014), 'Understanding the effects of invasive plants on rural forest dependent communities', Small Scale Forestry. doi: 10.1007/s11842-014-9273-7
  2. Rai, R.K. and Scarborough, H. (2014), 'Nonmarket valuation in developing countries: Incorporating labour contributions in environmental benefits estimates', The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, doi: 10.1111/1467- 8489.12071 
  3. Rai, R. and H. Scarborough (2013), ‘Economic value of mitigation of plant invaders in a subsistence economy: incorporating labour as a mode of payment', Environment and Development Economics 18(2): 225-244 
  4. Rai, R.K.,H.Scarborough(2013), 'Economic value of mitigation of plant invaders in a subsistence economy: incorporating labour as a mode of payment', Environment and Development Economics18 (2): 225-244.
  5. Rai, R. and H. Scarborough (2012), ‘Estimating the public benefits of mitigating damages caused by invasive plant species in a subsistence economy', (published online), Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society 
  6. Rai, R.K., H.Scarborough, N.Subedi, B.R.Lamichhane (2012), 'Invasive plants- do they devastate or diversify rural livelihoods? Rural farmers' perception of three invasive plants in Nepal', Journal for Nature Conservation 20(3):170-176.


Current Research Area/ Interests :

Non-market valuation 
Ecosystem Services 
Forest management

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