Willingness To Pay
Willingness to pay is an economic concept used by economists. This technique focuses on a person’s willingness to pay some amount to acquire some good or service that is water based. There were a large number of studies done on this technique, which is why it has its own section.
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Public Opinion Poll Results in the Study of Select Economic Values of NH Lakes, Rivers, Streams and Ponds: Phase 3
by Dr. Lisa Shapiro and Heidi Kroll
The Economic Impact of Potential Decline in New Hampshire Water Quality: The Link Between Visitor Perceptions, Usage and Spending
by Anne Nordstrom Ph.D.
The Effect of Distance on Willingness to Pay Values:
A Case Study of Wetlands and Salmon in California
by Jennifer Pate and John Loomis
Measuring the Total Economic Value of Restoring Ecosystem Services in an Impaired River Basin:
Results from a Contingent Valuation Survey
by John Loomis et. al.
The Structure of Motivation for Contingent Values: A Case Study of Lake Water Quality Improvement
by Philip Cooper, Gregory L. Poe, and Ian J. Bateman
Fairness in the Contingent Valuation of Environmental Public Goods: Attitude Toward Paying for Environmental Improvements at Two Levels of Scope
by Bradley S. Jorgensen et. al.
Estimating the Economic Value of Improvements in River Ecology Using Choice Experiments: An Application to the Water Framework Directive
by Nick Hanley, Robert E. Wright, and Begona Alvarez-Farizo
Estimating Recreational Trout Fishing Damages in Montana's Clark Fork River Basin: Summary of a Natural Resource Damage Assessment
by Edward R. Morey et. al.
Willingness to Pay for Non Angler Recreation at the Lower Snake River Reservoirs
by John R. McKean et. al.
Lakeshore Property Values and Water Quality: Evidence From Property Sales in the Mississippi Headwaters Region
by Charles Krysel, Elizabeth Marsh Boyer, Dr. Charles Parson, and Dr. Patrick Welle
Okoboji Experiment: Comparing Non-market Valuation Techniques in an Unusually Well-defined Market for Water Quality
by Ralph C. d'Arge and Jason F. Shogren
Theoretical and Empirical Specifications: Issues in Travel Cost Demand Studies
by Mary Jo Kealy and Richard C. Bishop
Contingent Valuation, Net Marginal Benefits, and the Scale of Riparian Ecosystem Restoration
by Thomas P. Holmesa et. al.
The Economic Value of Trinity River Water
by Aaron J. Douglas and Jonathan G. Taylor
Recreation Demand Models with Taste Differences Over People
by Kenneth E. Train
The Iowa Lakes Valuation Project
Lake Water Quality Affects Property Values
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