Respondent Certainty and Payment Vehicle Effect in Contingent Valuation: an Empirical Study for the Conservation of Two Endangered Species in Zakynthos Island, Greece

Respondent Certainty and Payment Vehicle Effect in Contingent Valuation: an Empirical Study for the Conservation of Two Endangered Species in Zakynthos Island, Greece

Primary Country: Greece
Ecosystem: species
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $19.61: visitors WTP for turtle (when order species was first turtle and then se
  2. $33.86: residents (WTP is $33.
  3. .
  4. $28.13: mean visitors WTP for turtle (when order for species was seal then turt
  5. $26.16: mean WTP for seal
  6. $15.04 : WTP for turtle under a landing fee
  7. $15.50: WTP for seal under a landing fee
  8. Euro 28.93- 50.27: Individual's WTP for seal and turtle conservation for residents with an extra tax payment, lump sum
  9. Euro 27.10- 32.64 / person: for residents a donation to charity
  10. Euro 12.04-รณ12.40 / person / visit: for visitors a landing fee per head
  11. Euro 20.94-22.52 / person: for visitors a donation to charity
Methodology: Contingent Valuation
Data source: NOEP

Publication information

Stithou, Mavra “Respondent Certainty and Payment Vehicle Effect in Contingent Valuation: an Empirical Study for the Conservation of Two Endangered Species in Zakynthos Island, Greece” Stirling Economics Discussion Paper: University of Stirling, 2009

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