Direct and indirect economic instruments come into existence if action beyond the legislative baseline is needed. They aim at encouraging land management practices and other investments, which improve public good provision and which would otherwise not make economic sense to the farmer. Classical financial incentives are agri-environmental schemes.
 
 

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