Measuring the Economic Benefits of Water Quality Improvements to Recreational Users in Six Northeastern States: An Application of the Random Utility Maximization Model.

Measuring the Economic Benefits of Water Quality Improvements to Recreational Users in Six Northeastern States: An Application of the Random Utility Maximization Model.

Primary Country: United States
Ecosystem: shores
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $100 million: Annual benefits due to the Clean Water Act in six northeastern states
Methodology: random utility maximization (RUM) model
Region: Americas / Atlantic
Data source: This source provided by Salman Hussain at the Scottish Agricultural College.

Publication information

Parsons, George R. Helm, Erik C.Bondelid, Tim “Measuring the Economic Benefits of Water Quality Improvements to Recreational Users in Six Northeastern States: An Application of the Random Utility Maximization Model.” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Policy, Economics, andInnovation through Cooperative Agreement, 2003

Information provided when available, for more information please visit the original database or PDF.