It may be silly, but it's an answer: the need to accept contingent valuation methodology in natural resource damage assessments
- SURVEY RESPONSE-RELATED BIASES IN CONTINGENT VALUATION: CONCEPTS, REMEDIES, AND EMPIRICAL APPLICATION TO VALUING AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT. Messonnier, Mark L.; Bergstrom, John C.; Cornwell, M.; Teaskley, R. Jeff; Cordell, H. Ken // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;May2000, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p438
Sample nonresponse and selection biases that may occur in survey research such as contingent valuation applications are discussed and tested. Correction mechanisms for these types of biases are demonstrated. Results indicate the importance of testing and correcting for unit and item nonresponse...
- Natural resource damage assessment: Economic implications for fisheries management. Hanemann, W. Michael; Strand, Ivar E. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec93, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p1188
Discusses the similarities and contrasts between the economic concepts and analyses in natural resource damage assessments and fisheries management. Creation of a process of litigation by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA); Private versus public...
- Celebrating series on post-conflict resource management. // Environmental Forum;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p56
The article reports on the release of the first installment in a six-book series for the Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and Natural Resource Management project of Environmental Law Institute (ELI).
- Mobilization potential for environmental protest. Kriesi, Hanspeter; Saris, Willem E.; Wille, Anchrit // European Sociological Review;Sep1993, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p155
Mobilization potential constitutes an important concept for the theory of political mobilization. Three types of mobilization potential and their interrelationships are studied for the domain of environmental policy in the Netherlands: the general protest potential introduced by the Political...
- Die Rückkehr des befehlenden Staates? Muster und Ursachen der Veränderung staatlicher Handlungsformen in der deutschen Abfallpolitik. Töller, Annette Elisabeth // Politische Vierteljahresschrift;2007, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p66
During the last 15 years, a shift in the relationship between state and society has been identified that can be characterized by an overall "retreat of the state". The increasing use of co-operative policy instruments that do both, supplement and replace traditional authoritative measures, is...
- Books reviewed. Bishop, Richard C. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Feb97, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p279
Reviews the book `Contingent Valuation and Endangered Species,' by Kristin M. Jakobsson and Andrew K. Dragun.
- Books reviewed. Carson, Richard T. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Aug96, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p833
Reviews the book `The Contingent Valuation of Environmental Resources: Methodical Issues and Research Needs,' edited by David J. Bjornstad and James R. Kahn.
- The problem of experimental design in temperate agroforestry Stamps, W. T.; Linit, M. J. // Agroforestry Systems;1999, Vol. 44 Issue 2/3, p187
The design and execution of temperate agroforestry experiments has many problems. Difficulties include the selection of measurement criteria, proper randomization of treatments, and issues of timing and scale of experiments. A major problem facing most experimenters is the proper randomization...
- From science to law to politics: an historical view of the ecosystem idea and its effect on resource management Scheiber, Harry // Ecology Law Quarterly;1997, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p631
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