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A meta-analysis of wetland contingent valuation studies
Abstract There is growing interest in the potential for producing generally applicable models for valuing non-market environmental services which do not rely upon expensive and time-consuming surveyExpand
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A quantitative test of the cultural theory of risk perceptions: comparison with the psychometric paradigm.
This paper seeks to compare two frameworks which have been proposed to explain risk perceptions, namely, cultural theory and the psychometric paradigm. A structured questionnaire which incorporatedExpand
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Elicitation and truncation effects in contingent valuation studies
Abstract The contingent valuation method (CVM) uses surveys of expressed preferences to evaluate willingness to pay for (generally) non-market, environmental goods. This approach gives the methodExpand
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Modelling environmental influences on property prices in an urban environment
The aim of this research was to assign money values to the negative impacts associated with road development, more specifically noise and visual intrusion. These impacts do not have observable pricesExpand
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Non-users' Willingness to Pay for a National Park: An Application and Critique of the Contingent Valuation Method
BATEMAN I. J. and LANGFORD I. H. (1997) Non-users' willingness to pay for a National Park: an application and critique of the contingent valuation method, Reg. Studies 31, 571‐582. A great deal ofExpand
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Tuberculosis mortality in England and Wales during 1982-1992: its association with poverty, ethnicity and AIDS.
This paper seeks to establish the strength of association between contemporary tuberculosis (TB) in England and Wales and several potential aetiological factors. It presents an ecological analysis ofExpand
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Bound and path effects in double and triple bounded dichotomous choice contingent valuation
Dichotomous choice contingent valuation questions are relatively inefficient in that large sample sizes are required for a given level of estimation precision. An increasingly common approach to thisExpand
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Exploring the "psychometric paradigm": comparisons between aggregate and individual analyses.
The "psychometric paradigm" developed by Slovic, Fischhoff, and Lichtenstein was a landmark in research about public attitudes toward risks. One problem with work, however, was that (at leastExpand
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An existential approach to risk perception.
  • I. Langford
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Risk analysis : an official publication of the…
  • 1 February 2002
Existential, or existential-phenomenological philosophical approaches to the social psychology of risk perception provide a novel framework for understanding issues that are common to all humanity,Expand
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