Design effects in a meta-analysis of river health choice experiments in Australia

@inproceedings{Rolfe2013DesignEI,
  title={Design effects in a meta-analysis of river health choice experiments in Australia},
  author={John Rolfe and Roy Brouwer},
  year={2013}
}
While meta-analysis is typically used to identify value estimates for benefit transfer, applications also provide insights into the potential influence of methodological design characteristics on results of non-market valuation experiments. In this paper, a meta-analysis of nineteen choice modeling (CM) studies in Australia is conducted generating 145 individual value estimates relating to river health. Implicit prices of different measures and scales of river health were transformed into a… CONTINUE READING

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