Cost Benefit Analysis Of Environmental Goods By Applying Contingent Valuation Method

Author by : Uddin Sarwar Ahmed
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Contingent valuation is one of the means of incorporating socio-environmental considerations in cost–benefit analysis. The authors of this book have examined environmental valuation methods through the lens of cost–benefit analysis focused on three case studies in Japan: public parks, a bay wetland, and a recreational theme park. With implications for the world at large, the findings presented here serve as a valuable source of information on Japanese behavior regarding the valuation of environmental goods. New, alternative approaches and guidelines for cost–benefit analysis in the public and private spheres also are discussed. This volume makes an important addition to the library of all researchers and other scientists in the fields of environmental science and environmental economics.


Contingent Valuation Of Environmental Goods

Author by : Daniel McFadden
Languange : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : Contingent valuation is a survey-based procedure that attempts to estimate how much households are willing to pay for specific programs that improve the environment or prevent environmental degradation. For decades, the method has been the center of debate regarding its reliability: does it really measure the value that people place on environmental changes? Bringing together leading voices in the field, this timely book tells a unified story about the interrelated features of contingent valuation and how those features affect its reliability. Through empirical analysis and review of past studies, the authors identify important deficiencies in the procedure, raising questions about the technique’s continued use.


Applied Methods Of Cost Benefit Analysis In Health Care

Author by : Emma McIntosh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : This book provides a comprehensive set of instructions and examples of how to perform a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) of a health intervention, with a particular focus on the use of stated preference survey methods to identify consumer preference data and the use of recent developments in cost-effectiveness analysis within a CBA framework.


Cost Benefit Analysis

Author by : K. Puttaswamaiah
Languange : en
Publisher by : Transaction Publishers
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Description : The world is increasingly concerned with bridging the developmental gap between the developed and developing countries. With the establishment of a number of institutions for funding the projects including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and many other agencies, the need to develop mechanisms to assess economically viable projects is more important than ever. The Social-Cost Benefit Analysis (SCBA) is an important technique used in formulating, appraising, and evaluating projects. It is a facet of applied welfare economics which is increasingly being used to identify and assess public projects in both developing and developed countries. This volume presents a comprehensive view of cost-benefit analysis in its theoretical and applied dimensions. Both theory and case studies are presented. The theoretical setting for Cost-Benefit Analysis is established by the first five chapters-"Spatial General Equilibrium and Cost-Benefit Analysis," by David M. Newbery; "Optimum Growth Theory and Social Time Preference: A Computerized Mathematical Modeling Exercise to Choose a Social Discount Rate," by Sardar M. N. Islam; "A Theoretical Inquiry of the Axiomatic Consistency of Distributional Weights used in Cost-Benefit Analysis," by Giuseppe Munda; "The Output Gap: Measurement, Related Concepts, and Policy Implications," by Parameswar Nandakumar; and "A Methodological Comparison of Theoretical Approaches in Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation," by John C. Whitehead. This book will be useful as a reference text by professors and students in project appraisal classes and will be of equal value to analysts, planners, and interested general readers. K. Puttaswamaiah is the senior director, Planning Department, Government of Karnataka State, India. He has written or edited fourteen books. He is the founding editor of the Indian (now International) Journal of Applied Economics & Econometrics.


Contingent Valuation

Author by : R. Carson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : This major reference work the first of its kind provides a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the large and growing literature on contingent valuation. It includes entries on over 7,500 contingent valuation papers and studies from over 130 countries covering both the published and grey literatures. This book provides an interpretive historical account of the development of contingent valuation, the most commonly used approach to placing a value on goods not normally sold in the marketplace. The major fields catalogued here include culture, the environment, and health application. This bibliography is an ideal starting point for researchers wanting to find other studies that have valued goods or used techniques similar to those they are interested in. For those wanting to conduct meta analyses, the book will serve as an invaluable guide to source material. For those wanting to conduct meta analyses, the book will serve as an invaluable guide to source material. In addition to the print edition we offer access, for purchasers of the book, to a website providing the contents of as a searchable Word document and in a variety of standard bibliographic database forms. Contingent Valuation is an indispensable reference source for researchers, scholars and policymakers concerned with survey approaches to the problem of environmental valuation.


Nordic Guidelines For Cost Benefit Analysis

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Languange : en
Publisher by : Nordic Council of Ministers
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Cost Benefit Analysis

Author by : Tevfik F. Nas
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This book has been designed specifically with the non-economist in mind, for example, students in public administration, urban studies and health care who may have little or no preparation in economics. It includes recent developments in the theoretical and empirical cost-benefit analysis (CBA) literature beginning with a detailed discussion of welfare economics and the microeconomic foundations of CBA. It gives comprehensive treatment to CBA methodology and concludes with the current state of CBA as it is practiced by public and international agencies, with applications in areas of health care and the environment.


The Contingent Valuation Method In Health Care

Author by : Sandra Nocera
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : The Contingent Valuation Method in Health Care is offered as a contribution to improving instruments of political decision making in health care. At a fundamental level it is about methodological aspects of the contingent valuation method. It gives a holistic view of applying the contingent valuation method for use in policy. It shows all stages of a contingent valuation study beginning with the design, the choice of elicitation techniques and estimation methods for willingness-to-pay, the use of the results in a cost-benefit analysis, and finally, the policy implications resulting from our findings. The intended audience of The Contingent Valuation Method in Health Care are health economists interested in methodological problems of contingent valuation studies, people involved in health care decision making, planning, and priority setting as well as people interested in Alzheimer's Disease.


Cost Benefit Analysis Of Environmental Change

Author by : Per-Olov Johansson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This book is an advanced text in applied welfare economics and its application to environmental economics. The author goes far beyond the existing literature, deriving sets of rules that can be used to assess the social benefits and costs of private and public sector projects that affect the environment. Drawing on a number of empirical illustrations, this book will be of interest not only to those taking advanced courses in environmental economics, welfare economics, and public economics, but also as a reference for those undertaking project evaluations in government and business.


An Econometric Analysis Of Willingness To Pay For Sustainable Development

Author by : Miroslav Verbič
Languange : en
Publisher by : CEPS
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