James Kinghorn is a researcher at Independent Economic Researchers. He holds a MEcon in natural resource economics from Rhodes University. James’ primary interests lie in the fields of environmental and development economics. He has conducted economic impact assessments, various market-based and contingent valuation studies, and also has experience with qualitative approaches such as the sustainable livelihoods framework. Previous projects include outlining strategies to quantify and capture the value of estuarine ecosystems, as well as contributions to multi-disciplinary research aimed at informing inland fisheries management policy.
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