A Meta Analysis Of Contingent Values For Groundwater Quality In The United States
AbstractThis paper provides an overview and a meta analysis of existing US contingent valuation studies of groundwater quality. Using 108 observations from 14 studies, core economic variables, risk variables, and elicitation effects are found to systematically influence groundwater values. Other research design features are also investigated.
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