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This report summarizes the first major series of research reports to be produced by a "center of excellence" originally established by the EPA Office of Research and Development at the University of Wyoming in the mid-1970s to carry out research on the economic benefits of pollution control. You can also download the full report.

Reports summarizing the second and third series, entitled Methods Development for Environmental Control Benefits Assessments and Methods Development in Measuring Benefits of Environmental Improvements, respectively, are also available.

Individual reports from a fourth series, entitled Experimental Methods for Assessing Environmental Benefits, and part of a fifth series, entitled Improving Accuracy and Reducing the Costs of Environmental Benefits Assessments, are also available under these series titles on the Environmental Economics Reports page, but no online summaries are now available.

Use the "Quick Links" in the upper right to browse this report; the links denote how records will be sorted, though the individual records are consistently displayed regardless of sorting. Additionally, a search box appears at the top of each sorting page. There are also a number of other browsable reports available on this Website.


EPA-600/5-79-00le, February 1979

METHODS DEVELOPMENT FOR ASSESSING AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BENEFITS
Volume V, Executive Summary
by David S. Brookshire, Thomas D. Crocker (Project Director), Ralph C. d'Arge
University of Wyoming Laramie, Wyoming 82071

Shaul Ben-David and Allen V. Kneese
University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131

William D. Schulze
University of Southern California Los Angeles, California 90007

USEPA Grant #R805059010
Project officer Dr. Alan Carlin, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. 20460

OFFICE OF HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460


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