Do you have an expert in Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) + regression analysis a Tobit or Truncated regression .Someone with a back ground in statistics please.
DATA available for both stages ( this can develop for a full dissertation project) .
The software are a must DEAP and STATA please.
Increased funding would facilitate compliance, since adequate equipment for data collection could be provided to all countries, therefore closing the gap. The inequality in financial abilities of the Parties creates problems with uniform implementation. Some have the ability to regulate trade properly, however, less developed countries are clearly unable to do this. The listing decisions further contribute to this disparity, as they create an asymmetrical distribution of costs. New listings place a greater burden on countries that were previously trading the species, not only financially, but also in regard to the livelihood of the society. Therefore, it is impractical for these societies to have to adopt trade restrictions, as their whole economic system relies on it. Imposing implementation responsibilities on national regulation is problematic for achieving consistent compliance, as poorer countries lack the resources to enforce regulations. Funding could also facilitate compliance through the availability of education. By providing technical assistance and workshops, less evolved countries would become aware of different enforcement methods available. Since most of the countries in difficulty are the ones that previously relied on the listed species, it is important to educate them on how to use other resources to generate their income and uphold their livelihood, as it would result in them more readily implementing CITES decisions. Education is a way for CITES to proactively confront the difficulties these countries are faced with. Decreasing demand for listed species is more effective than simply imposing trade bans that will not be enforced. Although a ban might reduce supply, it might not limit trade if the species has inelastic demand and people are willing to pay higher prices. Figuring out the economic nature of these products is challenging because of the concealed nature of illegal trade, which further emphasises the importance of education. This is illustrated by the educational programme that was launched in Vietnam to reduce the killing of rhinos for their horns, as demand fell 30% in a year. The effectiveness of education should not be undermined, as it has proven to be a successful tool for implementation. CITES’ chronical underfunding demonstrates the potential of the Convention, as it has accomplished so much notwithstanding the scarcity of resources. To continue improving the protection of species, CITES urgently requires funding to enhance uniform enforcement of regulation. This necessity ultimately relies on Parties, who need>GET ANSWER