Molly Hadley Jensen

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The use of willingness-to-pay (WTP) survey techniques based on multi-attribute utility (MAU) approaches has been recommended by some authors as a way to deal simultaneously with two difficulties that increasingly plague environmental valuation. The first of these is that, as valuation exercises come to involve less familiar and more subtle environmental(More)
Introduction EMAP’s Indicators A Region as a Case Study Development of Common-language Indicators Testing the Common-language Indicators From “values” to “valued aspects” Testing CLIs in relation to valued aspects of the environment Discussion Final thoughts Responses to this Article Acknowledgments Literature Cited Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3
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