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Using experimental methods in environmental and resource economics / edited by John A. List
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2006
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 3rd Floor  HD75.6 .U85 2006    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Environmental economics -- Methodology
Natural resources -- Management -- Methodology
Physical Description xi, 186 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Anchoring and yea-saying with private goods: an experiment / Ian Bateman ... [et al.] -- Market price endogeneity and accuracy of value elicitation mechanisms / Jayson L. Lusk and Matthew Rousu -- Hypothetical bias over uncertain outcomes / Glenn W. Harrison -- The use of a real-money experiment in a stated-preference survey / John Horowitz -- Mechanisms for addressing third-party impacts resulting from voluntary water transfers / James J. Murphy ... [et al.] -- Peer enforcement in CPR experiments: the relative effectiveness of sanctions and transfer rewards, and the role of behavioural types / Daan van Soest and Jana Vyrastekova -- Experimental approaches to understanding inter-cultural conflict over resources / Paul J. Ferraro and Ronald G. Cummings -- Behavioural economics and the valuation of non-marketed goods and services: the lab, the behavioural anomalies and the policy-maker / Wiktor Adamowicz, Jonathan E. Alevy and John A. List
Series New horizons in environmental economics
Alternate Author List, John A., 1968-

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