The Marginal Value of Job Safety: A Contingent Valuation Study
This article estimates the marginal value of safety based on contingent values obtained in a labor-market-oriented national random-sample mail survey. Thus, worker preferences for safety are assessed directly, in contrast to the hedonic price method that has been used almost exclusively in related studies. Key aspects of this article are that (1) contingent values are obtained for small changes in risks of job-related fatal accidents perceived by respondents, and (2) relationships are analyzed between respondents' marginal safety values and their income, socioeconomic/demographic characteristics, union membership status, and initial levels of risk faced. Copyright 1988 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Volume (Year): 1 (1988)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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