Value elicitation in laboratory markets: Discussion and applicability to contingent valuation

Swallow, Stephen K.
December 1994
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec94, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p1096
Academic Journal
Discusses the usefulness of contingent valuation (CV) as a tool for economic analysis. Clarification of public preferences regarding environmental economic, policy and management tradeoffs; Laboratory markets.


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