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Revealed Preference Approaches to Environmental Valuation Volumes I and II

Edited By: Joseph Herriges and Catherine L Kling
1218 pages, Illustrations
Publisher: Ashgate
Revealed Preference Approaches to Environmental Valuation
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In this two volume collection the editors have chosen a sample of some of the most essential and inspirational articles and papers for understanding revealed preference methods to value environmental amenities. The papers cover the gamut of methods that are typically classified as revealed preference approaches - including: recreation demand models, hedonic methods, and averting behavior methods, as well as efforts to combine stated and revealed preferences.

While this collection is far from exhaustive, the editors have included papers they believe will represent the state of the art in the theory and application of revealed preference methods, contribute to development of the state-of-the-art, or raise fundamental challenges and insights that will drive the research agenda in the coming years.

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Joseph Herriges and Cathy Kling are both Professors in the Department of Economics at Iowa State University, USA.
Edited By: Joseph Herriges and Catherine L Kling
1218 pages, Illustrations
Publisher: Ashgate
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