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39 black & white illustrations, 2 black & white tables, 37 black & white line drawings
3rd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
1. Resource Evaluation and Public Policy 2. Measuring Values, Benefits, and Costs: An Overview 3. Welfare Measures: Definitions and Concepts 4. Welfare Measures: Theoretical Basis for Empirical Measurement 5. Valuing Changes in Risk 6. Aggregation of Values across Time 7. Valuing Longevity and Health 8. Environmental Quality as a Factor Input 9. Recreation Demand 10. Property Value Models 11. Hedonic Wage Models 12. Stated Preference Methods for Valuation 13. Additional Topics 14. Conclusions and the State of the Art
A Myrick Freeman III is William D. Shipman Professor of Economics Emeritus at Bowdoin College in Maine, USA, and a former Senior Fellow at Resources for the Future (RFF), Washington DC, USA. Joseph A. Herriges is Professor of Economics at Iowa State University. USA. He was Managing Editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management from 2001-2006. Catherine L. Kling is Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor at Iowa State University, USA, and the Director of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development. She is a former President of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.