Valuing environmental and natural resources : the econometrics of non-market valuation /Material type: TextPublication details: Cheltenham, U.K. ; Northampton, Mass., USA : E. Elgar Pub., c2002. Description: xvi, 326 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 1840647043Subject(s): Recursos naturales | Economía medioambientalDDC classification: 333.7
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Welfare Economics for Non-market Valuation. The Background for Valuation. The Theoretical Background. Theoretical Support for Behavioral Methods. Conclusions.
Parametric Models for Contingent Valuation. Introduction. Parametric Models for Dichotomous Choice Questions. Conclusion.
Distribution-Free Models for Contingent Valuation. Introduction. The Turnbull Estimator. Variance-Covariance Matrix. Lower Bounds for Mean and Median Willingness to Pay. A Distribution-Free Estimate of WTP. Covariate Effects in the Turnbull Model. Conclusion. The Distribution of Willingness to Pay. Introduction. Central Tendency for Willingness to Pay. The Dispersion of Willingness to Pay. Conclusion.
Tapies in Discrete Choice Contingent Valuation. Introduction. Contingent Valuation with Follow-Up Questions. Bid Design Issues. Spikes, Indifference and Uncertainty. Conclusion.
Modeling the Demand for Recreation. Introduction. The Generic Travel Cost Problem. Construction of Demand Models. Conclusion.
Single Site Demand Estimation. Introduction. Estimation of Censored Models. Welfare Measurement in the Single Site Model. Count Models of Recreational Demand. Models for On-Site Sampling. Zonal Travel Cost Models. Differentiating between Participation and the Demand Level. Conclusion.
Site Choice Models. Introduction. Choices among Alternatives. Some Results for Nested Models. The Basics of Logit Models. Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives. Estimating the Models. Estimation with On-site Sampling. Welfare Calculations. Linking the Site Choice with the Quantity of Trips. Estimation Issues. Conclusions.
Hedonic Price Equations. Introduction. Welfare Measurement in Hedonic Models. The Identification Problem. Estimating Hedonic Price Equations. Conclusion.
New Directions in Non-market Valuation. Stated Preferences for Multiple Attributes. Mixed Logit Models. Combining Stated and Revealed Preferences. Preview.
Maximum Likelihood Estimation. The Likelihood Function. Maximization. Properties of Maximum Likelihood Estimates. Diagnostic Statistics and Tests for Maximum Likelihood.
Some Useful Results. Basic Probabilistic Relations. Exponential Logistic Distribution. Properties of Truncated Normal. The Poisson and Negative Binomial. The Type-I Extreme Value (Gumbel). Generalized Extreme Value Distribution.
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