Resource management and nonmarket valuation research

International Journal of Environmental Studies
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Survey based nonmarket valuation research is often regarded as economics research. However, resource economists need to be aware of and acknowledge the manifold information sources that they employ in order to enhance the policy credibility of their studies. Communication between resource economists and practitioners of allied disciplines including chemistry, civil engineering, sociology, and anthropology are often neglected. Recent resource allocation policy debates have given rise to an extensive discussion of methodological issues that narrow the scope of the subject. The present paper provides a format for the presentation of nonmarket valuation research results that emphasizes the manifold links between economics studies that employ different methodologies to estimate nonmarket resource values. A more robust emphasis on the interlocking features of the different approaches for estimating nonmarket benefits should foster appreciation of the transdisciplinary aspects of the subject.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Resource management and nonmarket valuation research
Series title International Journal of Environmental Studies
Volume 57
Issue 1
Year Published 1999
Language English
Publisher Gordon & Breach Science Publ Inc
Publisher location Newark, NJ, United States
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title International Journal of Environmental Studies
First page 1
Last page 16
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