Willingness to pay among households to prevent coastal resources from polluting by oil spills: A pilot survey

Willingness to pay among households to prevent coastal resources from polluting by oil spills: A pilot survey

Primary Country: Germany
Ecosystem: shores
Sample Value Estimates:
Multiplying the
  1. $40.27: change in willingness to pay per household by the total number of households in Germany (i.e. 39 Million in the census of 20
  2. , it leads to a
  3. $1.5 Billion: willingness to pay of for the protection of specific coastal resources from oil pollution (water quality, beaches, bird, oil collecti
Methodology: Choice Experiments
Data source: NOEP

Publication information

Liu, Xin Wirtz, Kai W.Kannen, AndreasKraft, Dietmar “Willingness to pay among households to prevent coastal resources from polluting by oil spills: A pilot survey” Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2009

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