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Economic benefits of watershed protection and the tradeoff with timber production : a case study in Malaysia
This study attempts to estimate the costs and benefits of managing forested catchments in Peninsular Malaysia. Two land use options are simulated in four selected catchments in the Hulu Langat ForestExpand
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Evaluating Bintuni Bay : some practical lessons in applied resource valuation
In 1990, the EMDI Project in Indonesia asked me to conduct a study that would help the Ministry of Environment build a case for protecting one of the largest tracts of mangrove in the world. BintuniExpand
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Political economy of increasing block tariffs in developing countries
Increasing block tariffs (IBTs) have become the tariff structure of choice in developing countries. Multilateral donors, international financial and engineering consultants, and water sectorExpand
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Individuals' time preferences for life - saving programs : results from six less developed countries
Individuals’ time preferences for mortality reductions are measured in six Less Developed Countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, and Asia using the contingent valuation method. The results indicateExpand
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Cleaning up the King's river : a "willingness to pay" study from Thailand
Full text version of this study is available as an EEPSEA research report: Water quality improvements : a contingent valuation study of the Chao Phraya River
Existence value : a cross - cultural comparison
Full text version of this study is available as an EEPSEA research report: Existence value : a re-appraisal and cross-cultural comparison