Publicly Vested Values for Fish and Wildlife: Criteria in Economic Welfare and Interface with the Law
Aside from possible income effects, measures of the maximum amounts people will pay to avoid a loss and the minimum compensation necessary for them to accept it are generally assumed to be equivalent. Unexpectedly wide variations between these sums, ...
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