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Using choice modeling, we explore willingness to pay for rhino horn among existing and potential future consumers in Vietnam. We find that wild-sourced horn, harvested humanely from the least rare species, is the most highly valued product. Furthermore, consumers are willing to pay less for rhino horn products under a scenario where international trade is legalized compared to the current situation of illegal trade. We discuss the potential implications of our findings on rhino poaching and international trade policy. Show more
Journal / seriesConservation Letters
Pages / Article No.
SubjectChoice modeling; illegal hunting; rhino conservation; trade in wildlife products; Vietnam
Organisational unit09564 - Finger, Robert / Finger, Robert
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