A Utility-Consistent, Combined Discrete Choice and Count Data Model Assessing Recreational Use Losses due to Natural Resource Damage

A Utility-Consistent, Combined Discrete Choice and Count Data Model Assessing Recreational Use Losses due to Natural Resource Damage

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: multiple
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $188.02 / trip: CS per day for coastal recreational fishing by residents in Alaska
Methodology: travel cost
Region: Americas / Alaska
Data source: National Ocean Economics Program

Publication information

Hausman, J.A. Leonard, G.K.McFadden, D. “A Utility-Consistent, Combined Discrete Choice and Count Data Model Assessing Recreational Use Losses due to Natural Resource Damage” Journal of Public Economics, 1995

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