This book brings together a number of the world's top researchers and their latest work exploring the behavioral underpinnings of environmental economics using experimental economic methods. Over the last decade experimental methods have been extensively applied to environmental economics and policy. By choosing what phenomena to explore, institution to evaluate, theory to test, response to measure, a researcher constructs the environment and rules of the game that affect the actual behavior of economic agents.
The book includes contributions from leading experimental and environmental economists including Tim Haab, Timothy Cason, Vernon Smith and Ian Bateman.
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