Douglas S. Noonan

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Contingent valuation methodology (CVM) has been increasingly applied to cultural resources. CVM employs survey methods to gather stated preference information, which can be used to estimate economic values of various cultural resources and projects. Although popular in other fields, the application of CVM in the cultural arena is relatively recent. This(More)
1 The authors thank participants in a brownbag workshop at Appalachian State University and a session at the 2012 Southern Economic Association Meetings for helpful comments. Abstract. We survey concert-goers during the season and gather revealed preference and ex-ante stated preference data. We then survey the same concert goers after the season and gather(More)
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I am deeply indebted to many people who have offered tremendous help during my doctoral years. I cannot imagine how lonely this long journey would be without their support, both professionally and personally. during my dissertation process. Not only was he readily available to me, but he always read and responded to each draft of my work(More)
Green building adoption is driven by both performance-based benefits and marketing based benefits. Performance based benefits are those that improve performance or lower operating costs of the building or of building users. Marketing benefits stem from the consumer response to green certification. This study illustrates the relative importance of the(More)
  • Edward Elgar Publishing, James A R Nafziger, Willamette University, Robert Kirkwood Paterson, T Adlercreutz, E Beccerril +69 others
  • 2014
This Handbook offers a collection of original writings by leading scholars and practitioners in the exciting, rapidly developing field of cultural heritage law. The detailed essays are the product of a multi-year project of the Committee on Cultural Heritage Law of the International Law Association. Following a comprehensive introduction to cultural(More)