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Using the contingent valuation method for existence and recreation valuation studies

Darryll Olsen

Using the contingent valuation method for existence and recreation valuation studies

an annotated bibliography of key references

by Darryll Olsen

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural resources -- Valuation -- Bibliography.,
  • Recreation -- Valuation -- Bibliography.,
  • Option value -- Bibliography.,
  • Contingent valuation -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDarryll Olsen.
    SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P 2935
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7164.N3 O39 1990, HC59 O39 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1661856M
    ISBN 100792006356
    LC Control Number91225523

    Douglass and Harpman () used the contingent valuation method to assess the value of recreation at Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Duffield () estimates both use and non-use values for National Park System sites within the Colorado River Size: 1MB. Contingent valuation, a survey-based method of determining the economic value of a nonmarket resource. It is used to estimate the value of resources and goods not typically traded in economic markets. It is most commonly related to natural and environmental resources. Contingent valuation is.

    Quality. North-Holland, New York. pp. Keywords: Hedonic Methods, Contingent Valuation, Travel Cost Method This book contains revised versions of contributions that were presented in a workshop at the Bismarck Hotel in Chicago on Novem A survey of the state of the art methods for measuring the demand for environmental Size: 82KB.   The focus of this paper is on methods of assessing the value peopleplace on the conservation of species for use in policy making. Of principalinterest is the relatively new methodology of contingent valuation, whichis a method for asking people directly about their preferences. The paperpresents an application of the contingent valuation method to theconservation of an Cited by:

    Using surveys to value public goods: the contingent valuation method Bibliography: p. Indudes index. 1. Public goods-Valuation. 2. Public goods- Cost effectiveness. I. Carson, Richard T. Title. 8 ISBN The book was edited by Samuel Men and designed by Peggy Friedlander. Using Contingent Valuation in the Design of Payments for Environmental Services Mechanisms: A Review and Assessment. Dale Whittington and Stefano Pagiola. 1. Introduction. Payments for environmental services (PES) programs are an increasingly popular policy instrument in developing countries, especially for promoting watershed Size: 1MB.


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Placing contingent valuation in the larger context of welfare theory, the authors examine how the CV method impels a deeper understanding of willingness-to-pay versus willingness-to-accept compensation measures, the possibility of existence values for public goods, the role of uncertainty in benefit valuation, and the question of whether a consumer goods market or a political goods market Cited by: Get this from a library.

Using the contingent valuation method for existence and recreation valuation studies: an annotated bibliography of key references. [Darryll Olsen]. contingent valuation method (CVM) for measuring the economic value (sum of recreation use, option, existence, and bequest values), and thus willingness-to-pay (WTP), for protecting old-growth forests in Oregon from catastrophic fires.

The CVM obtains an individual’s estimate of WTP for use. The Contingent Valuation Method New England mountains attract hikers from around the country, and even around the world (Mystic, ) For this reason, our assessment will need to measure hiker’s specific willingness to pay for hiking (a free activity).

The contingent valuation method (CVM) is another nonmarket valuation : Marina J Bowie. chapter, we focus on the valuation of forest ecosystems, emphasising the use of contingent valuation method to value the structure, health and extent of forest ecosystems. 1 Forest ecosystems generate a wide variety of use values, the most important of which are timber, non-timber products, recreation, wildlife habitat and watershed by:   Purchase Contingent Valuation, Volume - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The most popular method to value public goods is contingent valuation, which requires careful design and data analysis. The questionnaire design is the key of the methodology and is critical to the final results.

This paper presents the results of a case study conducted at three recreation areas governed by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, in Ontario, Canada, to estimate the Author: D. Dumitras, K. Rollins, S. Balazs. Summary of the Contingent Valuation Method: The contingent valuation method (CVM) is used to estimate economic values for all kinds of ecosystem and environmental services.

The method has great flexibility, allowing valuation of a wider variety of non-market goods and services than is possible with any other non-market valuation technique. Contingent valuation (CV) is a survey-based method The use of contingent valuation (CV) has engen-deredaheateddebated(5)betweenproponents(6)andcritics so-called passive-use or existence values should be included in an economic analysis (14).

Economists have traditionally. Since the first published contingent valuation study on valuing outdoor recreation appeared inmore than 1, related documented papers, reports, and books have been published.

In contingent valuation methods, randomly selected samples or stratified samples of individuals selected from the general population are givenFile Size: 57KB.

The contingent valuation method is a stated preference approach to environmental valuation. The method is useful for estimating benefits and costs for environmental and natural resource policy.

Placing contingent valuation in the larger context of welfare theory, the authors examine how the CV method impels a deeper understanding of willingness-to-pay versus willingness-to-accept compensation measures, the possibility of existence values for public goods, the role of uncertainty in benefit valuation, and the question of whether a.

methods used to estimate the monetary value of nonmarketed goods and services, such as the travel cost method (e.g., by Jose´-Marie Griffiths, Don-ald King, Thomas Lynch, and Julie Harrington [3] and by Roxanne Mis-singham [4]). However, in this article, the contingent valuation method (CVM) is defined as per the previous paragraph.

We are not aware of studies using contingent valuation to value agricultural commodities or pesticide-free produce, but a method related to contingent valuation -contingent behaviour - has been used in Jayne et al.

() to explore the public's preferences for the. Economic theory of contingent valuation Economic welfare measures From WTP to CV response Statistical model of CV responses Summary measures of welfare 4. Types of value/motives for valuation Existence value Combining CV and RP data to measure use versus nonuse value File Size: KB.

Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) Contingent valuation is a stated-preference (survey) method in which respondents are asked to state their preferences in hypothetical or contingent markets, allowing analysts to estimate demands for goods or services that are not traded in markets.

In general, the survey draws on a sample of individuals who are asked to imagine that there is a market where they can buy. ““existence value” and “stewardship value.” As Krutilla () explained in his classic existence value” and “stewardship value.” Thousands of contingent valuation studies have been done se considerations.

Thousands of contingent valuation studies have been done llargely comprises recreation and passive use—is derived. Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: the Contingent Valuation Method provides decision makers, policy analysts, and social scientists with a detailed discussion of a new technique for the valuation of goods not traded in private markets.

Termed contingent valuation, the technique draws upon economic theory and the methods of survey research to elicit directly from consumers the values they place upon.

For example, a value for Leadbeater's Possum was calculated to be in the range of $ million in by Jakobsson and Dragun () using the contingent valuation method (using the CPI tool. Introduction and definition. The contingent valuation method (CVM) is a widely used method for estimating economic values for all kinds of ecosystem services and environmental goods which are not traded in the market and hence have no market price.

CVM is typically used to estimate the benefits (or costs) of a change in the level of provision (or in the level of quality) of a public good. b. The inventory valuation methods used. c. The existence of contingent losses associated with long-term purchase commitments.

d. The classification of inventory as .The Recreation Use Values Database for North America, developed by Dr. Randall Rosenberger with hundreds of economic valuation studies that estimated the use value of recreation activities in the U.S.

and Canada from tototaling 2, estimates in per .CV method first came into use in the early ’s when Davis () used questionnaires to estimate the benefits of outdoor recreation in Maine backwoods area.

Knetsch and Davis () used contingent valuation method to study the recreation value of Maine Woods. The most influential of the early studies was that conducted by Randall et. al File Size: KB.