Welcome to the Data-Poor Real World : Incorporating Benefit-Cost Principles into Environmental Policymaking

@inproceedings{Plummer2006WelcomeTT,
  title={Welcome to the Data-Poor Real World : Incorporating Benefit-Cost Principles into Environmental Policymaking},
  author={Mark L. Plummer},
  year={2006}
}
other views of the National Marine Fisheries Service. I thank participants of the University of Washington, Department of Economics natural resources brown bag seminar for helpful comments. I also thank Donna Darm, Steve Stone, and Kirsten Erickson, of NMFS, and Dan Cohen, of the Department of Commerce, all of whom were members of the team responsible for the designation of critical habitat for West Coast salmon and steelhead, the example upon which this paper is based. 2. “It will not always… CONTINUE READING

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