Viktoria specialises in natural resource and ecological economics.
Fielding, D., V. Kahui and D. Wesselbaum (2020). Visual imagination and the performance of undergraduate economics students. New Zealand Economic Papers. 54(2): 127-137.
Kahui, V. and A. Cullinane (2019). The ecosystem commons. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 43(3): 3380.
Howard, S., V. Kahui and J. Rock (2019). The opportunity cost of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) bycatch in a ling (Genypterus blacodus) long line fishery. Marine Policy 105: 38-43.
Etwire, P.M., D. Fielding and V. Kahui (2018). Climate change, crop selection and agricultural revenue in Ghana: a structural Ricardian analysis. Journal of Agricultural Economics. doi: 10.1111/1477-9552.12307
Kahui, V., B. Moyle and A. Brunell (2017). Alligator conservation and hunting efficiency. Natural Resource Modelling; DOI: 10.1111/nrm.12155
Armstrong, C.W., V. Kahui, G.W. Vondolia, M. Aanesen and M. Czajkowski (2017). Use and non-use values in an applied bioeconomic model of fisheries and habitat connections. Marine Resource Economics 32(4): 351-369.
Kahui, V., C.W. Armstrong and G.K. Vondolia (2016). Bioeconomic analysis of habitat-fishery connections - fishing on cold water coral reefs. Land Economics 92(2): 328-343.
Armstrong, C.W., Foley, N.S. and V. Kahui (2016). A production function analysis of fisheries and habitat - open access versus optimal management. Land Economics 92(4):760-771.
Kahui, V., C.W. Armstrong and N.S. Foley (2016). An international view on “Correcting the whimsies of US fisheries policy”. Choices 31(3):1-7.
Pascoe, S., T. Hutton, V. Kahui and C. Dichmont (2016). Experiences with the use of bioeconomic models in the management of Australian and New Zealand fisheries. Fisheries Research 183: 539-548.
O’Lyver, P.B., A. Akins, H. Phipps, V. Kahui, D. Towns and H. Moller (2016). Key biocultural values to guide restoration action and planning in New Zealand. Restoration Ecology. Doi: 10.1111/rec.12318
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