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Lankoski, Jussi

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Works: 20 works in 43 publications in 3 languages and 349 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Jussi Lankoski
Guidelines for cost-effective agri-environmental policy measures by OECD Publishing( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Improving the environmental performance of agriculture is a high priority in OECD and many non-OECD countries. This will be of increasing concern in the future given the pressure to feed a growing world population with scarce land and water resources. Policy has an important role to play where markets for many of the environmental outcomes from agriculture are absent or poorly functioning. This study focuses on the design and implementation of environmental standards and regulations, taxes, payments and tradable permit schemes to address agri-environmental issues. It deals with the choice of policy instruments and the design of specific instruments, with the aim of identifying those that are most cost-effective in very different situations across OECD countries. Key conclusions from the study are that: there is no unique instrument that promises to achieve all agri-environmental policy goals; the cost effectiveness of payments systems could be improved by using performance-based measures; and policy mixes need to combine policy instruments that complement and not conflict with each other
Environmental effects of agricultural trade liberalization and domestic agricultural policy reforms by Jussi Lankoski( Book )

6 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cost-effectiveness of greenhouse gas mitigation measures for agriculture : a literature review by Michael MacLeod( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This paper reviews the international literature on the cost-effectiveness of supply-side mitigation measures that can reduce the emissions intensity of agriculture while maintaining or increasing production. Sixty-five recent international studies of cost-effectiveness covering 181 individual activities are reviewed. Nine case studies of well covered mitigation measures, generally using a cost-engineering approach, illustrate significant differences in the cost-effectiveness of measures across countries and studies, in part due to contextual differences. Although caution needs to be exercised in comparing heterogeneous studies, the results suggest that measures based on fertiliser use efficiency, cattle breeding, and potentially improving energy efficiency in mobile machinery, are often considered highly cost-effective mitigation measures across countries. A preliminary overview of policy highlights the existence of a range of options to encourage the adoption of cost-effective measures, from information to incentive-based policies. Further analysis is needed to address remaining estimation challenges and to help determine how mitigation measures may be embedded into broader climate, agricultural and environmental policy frameworks
The environmental dimension of multifunctionality : economic analysis and implications for policy design by Jussi Lankoski( Book )

5 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tiivistelmä: Ympäristöllinen monivaikutteisuus: taloudellinen analyysi ja merkitys politiikan suunnittelulle
Linkages between agricultural trade and the environment by Jussi Lankoski( Book )

5 editions published in 1998 in English and Finnish and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selostus: Kansainvälisen maatalouskaupan ja ympäristön väliset vuorovaikutussuhteet
Rapport Coût Efficacité des Mesures d'Atténuation des Émissions de Gaz à Effet de Serre en Agriculture : Examen des Travaux Publiés( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce document livre un examen des travaux publiés à l'échelle internationale sur le rapport coût-efficacité des mesures axées sur l'offre qui permettent de réduire l'intensité des émissions de gaz à effet de serre agricoles en préservant ou renforçant la production. La présente étude analyse 65 études internationales récentes consacrées au rapport coût-efficacité de mesures agricoles d'atténuation, qui couvrent 181 activités différentes. Neuf études de cas de mesures d'atténuation largement appliquées illustrent, en général à partir d'une méthode d'estimation ascendante des coûts, les différences significatives du rapport coût-efficacité des mesures entre les pays et les études, dues en partie à des différences contextuelles. Les comparaisons entre ces études hétérogènes doivent être appréhendées avec toute la circonspection voulue, mais les résultats suggèrent que les mesures reposant sur l'efficience d'utilisation des engrais et l'amélioration génétique du bétail, ainsi que les possibilités d'amélioration de l'efficacité énergétique des engins et machines agricoles, sont considérées comme des solutions d'atténuation hautement performantes en terme de coût-efficacité dans les différents pays. Un premier examen des mesures publiques montre qu'il existe différentes solutions possibles pour encourager l'adoption de mesures économes et efficaces, allant de campagnes d'information à des stratégies d'incitation. Il convient d'approfondir l'analyse pour surmonter les difficultés d'estimation restantes et trouver comment les mesures d'atténuation peuvent s'inscrire dans le cadre plus vaste des stratégies climatiques, agricoles et environnementales
Lignes directrices pour des mesures agroenvironnementales efficaces by Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L’amélioration de la performance environnementale de l’agriculture est une priorité dans les pays de l’OCDE et dans de nombreux pays non membres de l’OCDE. Elle sera une préoccupation croissante à l’avenir étant donné les pressions qui s’exerceront pour nourrir une population mondiale en augmentation avec des ressources en terres et en eau limitées. Les politiques ont un rôle important à jouer lorsque les marchés sont inexistants ou fonctionnent mal pour de nombreux résultats environnementaux de l’agriculture. L’étude porte sur la conception et la mise en œuvre de normes et réglementations environnementales, d’écotaxes, de paiements environnementaux et de systèmes de permis négociables pour traiter les problèmes agroenvironnementaux. Elle aborde la question du choix des instruments d’action et de la conception d’instruments spécifiques, dans le but d’identifier ceux qui sont les plus efficaces par rapport à leur coût dans des situations très différentes d’un pays de l’OCDE à l’autre. Les conclusions fondamentales qui se dégagent de cette étude sont qu’il n’existe pas d’instrument particulier qui laisse les pouvoirs publics espérer atteindre tous les objectifs agroenvironnementaux ; que l’efficacité des dispositifs de paiement pourrait être améliorée en ayant recours à des mesures fondées sur les résultats ; et qu’il est nécessaire que les combinaisons d’instruments comportent des instruments de politique qui se complètent et ne soient pas incompatibles
Multifunctional character of agriculture( Book )

4 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selostus: Maatalouden monivaikutteisuus
Alternative Payment Approaches for Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture by Jussi Lankoski( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Biodiversity conservation and sustainable use policies implemented in OECD countries could be made more environmentally effective and cost-effective. Several policy innovations could change this, however. To test this, a theoretical framework was developed to describe farmers' participation in government payment programmes that enhance semi-natural wildlife habitats on farmland. The types of payments analysed here include: uniform payments; three types of conservation auctions with environmental targeting; uniform payment with environmental targeting; and two types of differentiated payments with environmental targeting. Quantitative results show that uniform payments are less efficient than other payment types, and that auctions with environmental targeting are the most cost-effective option. However, if farmers have knowledge of the environmental value of their offer, the cost-effectiveness of auctions decreases because they tend to increase their bids to benefit from this information rent (overcompensating income forgone). Adding environmental targeting to the uniform payment policy greatly improves the cost-effectiveness of uniform payment. The analysis clearly shows that, when targeted payments are implemented, the gains from environmental targeting are large and exceed the increase in policy-related transaction costs
Economic globalisation and the environment by Leena Lankoski( Book )

3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tiivistelmä: Taloudellinen globalisaatio ja ympäristö
Maatalouden alueellinen rakennekehitys vuoteen 2005 by Jyrki Niemi( Book )

2 editions published in 1995 in Finnish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abstract: Regional structural development of Finnish agriculture until 2005
Rapport Coût Efficacité des Mesures d'Atténuation des Émissions de Gaz à Effet de Serre en Agriculture( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Policy design for multifunctional agriculture by Jussi Lankoski( Book )

2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tiivistelmä
Cost-effectiveness of greenhouse gas mitigation measures for agriculture a literature review( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Environmental effects of agricultural trade liberalization and domestic agricultural reforms by Jussi Lankoski( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Alternative Payment Approaches for Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture by Jussi Lankoski( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A comparative study of risk management in agriculture under climate change( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Climate change affects the mean and variability of weather conditions and the frequency of extreme events, which to a great extent determines the variability of production and yields. This paper reviews the scientific literature on the impacts of climate change on yield variance and investigates their implications for the demand of crop insurance and effectiveness of different farm strategies and policy measures using crop farm data in Australia, Canada and Spain. A microeconomic farm level model is calibrated to different types of farms and used to simulate the responses and impacts of four policy measures: ex post disaster payments and three types of crop insurance (individual yields, area-based yield and weather index). The strong uncertainties about climate change are captured in a set of seven scenarios covering different assumptions about the scope of climate change (no change, marginal change, and high occurrence of extreme events), and farmers' adaptation response (no adaptation, diversification, and structural adaptation). Policy decision making under these uncertainties is analysed using a standard Bayesian probabilistic approach, but also using other criteria that look for robust second best choices (MaxiMin and Satisficing criteria)
Multifunctional character of agriculture( Book )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Environmental Co-benefits and Stacking in Environmental Markets by Jussi Lankoski( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This paper investigates farmers' incentives to participate voluntarily in carbon offset markets when environmental credit stacking is allowed, that is, farmers can stack water quality credits with carbon credits. The implications of stacking on additionality of environmental services in interlinked markets, market participation rates, and market equilibrium prices are analysed by developing a conceptual framework of environmental credit stacking, which is applied with data estimates for the US Corn Belt. Analysis shows that credit stacking increases farmers' participation in carbon offset markets, and that such increased participation provides additionality in environmental service provision. It is further shown that ecosystem markets are interlinked so that credit price changes in one market will shift credit supply in another market, thus affecting equilibrium prices. Empirical application of the framework shows that provision of CO2-eq offsets through reductions of nitrogen application or through the establishment of green set-asides is not profitable without water quality credits. A conversion from conventional tillage and reduced tillage to no-till is profitable in some cases, although current low carbon offset prices and transaction costs have a significant negative impact on the number of participating parcels. When farmers are allowed to stack water quality credits the profitability of carbon sequestration practices increases. Reduced nitrogen application levels becomes a profitable option and 21% of field parcels - representing 4.6 million acres- participate in the market with water quality credit prices at base levels of USD 3/lb for N and USD 4/lb for P. The establishment of green set-aside and streamside buffer strips becomes profitable in the lower productivity and highly erodible lands with base prices of nutrient credits. If water quality trading markets are small then high participation rates among farmers may result in an oversupply of nutrient credits and as a consequence equilibrium credit prices and farmers' credit revenue would decrease
Imported palm oil for biofuels in the EU : profitability, greenhouse gas emissions and social welfare effects by Liisa Saikkonen( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"We examine the social desirability of renewable diesel production from imported palm oil in the EU when greenhouse gas emissions are taken into account. Using a partial market equilibrium model, we also study the sectoral social welfare effects of a biofuel policy consisting of a blend mandate in a small EU country (Finland), when palm oil based diesel is used to meet the mandated quota for biofuels. We develop a market equilibrium model for three cases: i) no biofuel policy, ii) biofuel policy consisting of socially optimal emission-based biofuel tax credit and iii) actual EU biofuel policy. Our results for the EU biofuel market, Southeast Asia and Finland show very little evidence that a large scale use of imported palm oil in diesel production in the EU can be justified by lower greenhouse gas emission costs. Cuts in emission costs may justify extensive production only if low or negative land-use change emissions result from oil palm cultivation and if the estimated per unit social costs of emissions are high. In contrast, the actual biofuel policies in the EU encourage the production of palm oil based diesel. Our results indicate that the sectoral social welfare effects of the actual biofuel policy in Finland may be negative and that if emissions decrease under actual biofuel policy, the emission abatement costs can be high regardless of the land use change emissions."--Editor
 
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