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PUBLIC PARK VALUATION USING TRAVEL COST METHOD

@inproceedings{Iamtrakul2005PUBLICPV,
  title={PUBLIC PARK VALUATION USING TRAVEL COST METHOD},
  author={Pawinee Iamtrakul and Kardi Teknomo and Kazunori Hokao},
  year={2005}
}
Public parks as representative of urban green areas have played an excellent role to against degradation of urban environment while keeping the rapid pace of urban growth. Development, maintenance and preservation of the quality of public park service, however, are tough issues faced by many city governments and communities. An approach to valuate public park services is necessary well established to identify users' benefit through travel cost method together with total expense. This approach… Expand

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