Vandana Subroy

Project Collaborator
The University of Western Australia

Vandana Subroy is a PhD Candidate at the School of Agriculture and Environment, University of Western Australia. 

Her PhD project assesses the socio-economic values associated with the implementation of additional invasive feral predator (fox and feral cat) management strategies to improve the survival of two endangered animals – Numbats and Woylies at a fragmented conservation site in south-west WA.

The project aims to contribute to better conservation policies by considering the cost-effectiveness of different management strategies, strategies’ efficiency at reducing predator populations, and also by quantifying the benefits of threatened species’ management by assessing community preferences and values for management strategies and native animal protection.


The worth of wildlife: A meta-regression analysis of global non-market values of threatened species
Ecological Economics
The economics of threatened species management
Public preferences for threatened species in WA - Fox and cat control in Western Australia
To Bait or Not to Bait: A Discrete Choice Experiment on Public Preferences for Native Wildlife and Conservation Management in Western Australia
Ecological Economics
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 6 Summer 2018
A review of non-market valuation studies of threatened species and ecological communities