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The Contingent Valuation of Environmental Resources (Edward Elgar), 1996

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Publisher's blurb: This major new book contains a collection of papers that examine the current state-of-the-art in the valuation of environmental resources. In particular, they assess the meaningfulness of environmental resource values obtained through the contingent valuation method. Contents: Acknowledgements Part I: Introduction Part II: Economic Theory and the Contingent Valuation Method Part III: Structural Issues Concerning Contingent Valuation Surveys Part IV: Comparison of Revealed and Stated Preference Methods: Calibration and Comparisons with Choice in Real Markets Part V: Comparison of Revealed and Stated Preferences Methods: Insights from Comparison with Collective Choice Models Part VI: Conclusions References Index

Author:

Bjornstad, David J., and James R. Kahn (eds).

Resource Type:

Book

Location:

Library/Publisher

Use Type:

Advanced theory
Special topics

Topic:

Valuation/benefits measurement
Methodology

Relevance:

Medium


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