Valuing Nature with Travel Cost Models: A Manual

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Valuing Nature with Travel Cost Models
A Manual

Frank A. Ward Professor of Resource Economics, New Mexico State University, USA

Diana Beal Senior Lecturer in Finance, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

NEW HORIZONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS

Edward Elgar 2000 Cheltenham, UK · Northampton, MA, USA

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Tables vi
  • About the Authors vii
  • Introduction 1
  • References 10
  • 1. Support for Environmental Policy Decisions 11
  • Conclusion: the Challenges 29
  • References 30
  • 2. History and Scope of Tcm 32
  • Conclusion 51
  • References 51
  • 3. Demand Theory and Tcm 55
  • Conclusion 74
  • References 75
  • 4. Benefits Theory and Tcm 77
  • Conclusion 116
  • References 116
  • Appendix 4a Derivation of a Demand System with Quality 117
  • Reference 127
  • 5. Design Principles for Tcms 128
  • Conclusion 153
  • References 154
  • 6. Design and Administration of Surveys 156
  • Conclusion 167
  • References 167
  • 7. Measurement of the Variables 168
  • Conclusion 178
  • References 178
  • 8. Data Management and Analysis 179
  • Conclusion 190
  • References 191
  • 9. Developing and Maintaining Expertise 192
  • References 214
  • Conclusion 217
  • Annotated Bibliography 223
  • Index 251
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