Nonparametric and Semi-Nonparametric Recreational Demand Analysis
AbstractThis paper addresses issues of specification testing for the travel cost method (TCM). Two nonparametric approaches to TCM analysis are presented. In addition, semi-nonparametric count models for TCM are developed. A numerical illustration is provided in which the three methods are applied to an actual TCM data set on waterfowl hunting and the results are compared to those from a parametric analysis. Copyright 2000, Oxford University Press.
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Volume (Year): 82 (2000)
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