Edited By: KG Willis and J Corkindale
249 pages, Figs, tabs
The measurement of environmental costs and benefits is an increasingly important aspect of the appraisal of policies and projects. This volume consists of papers developed from a conference sponsored by the Department of the Environment in the UK. Six key topics are addressed: cost benefit analysis; the contrasting approaches of economists and ecologists; the pros and cons of alternative valuation methods; contingent valuation; the transferability of environmental benefit estimates; and the establishment of research priorities.
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