4 edition of Environmental valuation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by John I. Carruthers and Bill Mundy|
|Series||Urban planning and environment|
|Contributions||Carruthers, John I, Mundy, Bill|
|LC Classifications||HT392 .E68 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||2006012232|
-- The assumptions of cost-benefit analysis: a philosopher's view / Alan Holland. -- The role of environmental valuation in cost-benefit analysis / Nick Hanley. -- Ecological and economic values / Charles Perrings. -- Economic valuation and ecological values / Martin Holdgate. -- Contingent valuation and economics / W. Michael Hanemann. contexts in which to apply environmental valuation methods, ie developing countries and climate change. The module is also summarised in Part III with a closer look at the links between the various topics covered. Finally, we discuss various moral and ethical criticisms of environmental valuation, and suggest and briefly assess possible.
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Mishra. Introduction: The objective of the present discourse is to discuss various methods that are suggested or applied to find a pecuniary measure of the worth of environmental goods and services and evaluate them from the viewpoint of institutionalism.
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The effects of environmental damages on other markets like property values and wages of workers are also evaluated. Valuation in the case of property is based on risks involved in evaluating the value of property due to environmental damage. Similarly, jobs with high environmental risks will have high wages which will include large risk premiums.
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The book is relevant to individuals in many professions at all career levels. Contingent valuation is a survey-based procedure that attempts to estimate how much households are willing to pay for specific programs that improve the environment or prevent environmental degradation.
An environmental assessments involves consulting widely to ensure that all stakeholders have been consulted and that important biodiversity values are taken into account.
Valuation of biodiversity can only be done in negotiation with the different groups or individuals in society (stakeholders) who have an interest in biodiversity. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. An Economist’s Environmental Valuation Toolkit: Direct, Revealed Preference, and Stated Preference Methods. Early work on environmental valuation estimated the benefits of improved environmental quality using direct methods that exploit easily obtained information about the.
The book Introduction to Environmental Sciences by R. S. Khoiyangbam. and Navindu Gupta is very timely and well-conceived publication; it covers. almost all important areas of the vast subject.Environmental and Resource Valuation with Revealed Preferences: A Theoretical Guide to Empirical Models provides a systematic review of those economic approaches for valuing the environment and natural resources that use information on what people do, not what they say.
The authors have worked on.The key meritocratic conclusion that this book suggests is that ‘experts’ are the best judge of many environmental damages and the general public is often not capable of expressing a meaningful value. However, SP valuation economists do not seem to have a place in the ‘experts’ set.