The Impacts of Changing Willingness to Pay Question Format in Contingent Valuation Studies: An Analysis of Open-ended, Iterative Bidding and Dichotomous Choice Formats

The Impacts of Changing Willingness to Pay Question Format in Contingent Valuation Studies: An Analysis of Open-ended, Iterative Bidding and Dichotomous Choice Formats

Primary Country: United Kingdom
Ecosystem: multiple
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. UKĀ£94 / person / year (US$ 118 - 2
  2. : Annual recreation and amenity use value of the Norfolk Broads
Methodology: contingent valuation
Region: Europe
Data source: GecoServ

Publication information

Bateman, I., Langford, I.Willis, K.Turner, R.Garrod, G. “The Impacts of Changing Willingness to Pay Question Format in Contingent Valuation Studies: An Analysis of Open-ended, Iterative Bidding and Dichotomous Choice Formats” Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), 1993

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