Households ’ Willingness to Pay for Water Service Attributes

  title={Households ’ Willingness to Pay for Water Service Attributes},
  author={David A. Hensher and NINA SHORE and Kenneth F. Van Train},
Water consumption and disposal are often taken for granted as essential services with required levels of service quality, yet little is known about how much consumers are willing to pay for specific service levels. As customers in many countries face changing levels of water availability (especially shortages linked possibly to climate change and limited catchment capacity), the need to assess the value (and hence benefit) to society of varying service levels and prices in an effort to secure… CONTINUE READING

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