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Estimating Residential Water Demand under Multi-Part Tariffs Using Aggregate Data

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  • J. E. Schefter
  • E. L. David

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Using a new model formulation and data from a sample of Colorado utilities, we investigated the price specification controversy (marginal price versus average revenue) when estimating residential water demand. The improved statistical fit using average ...

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  • J. E. Schefter & E. L. David, 1985. "Estimating Residential Water Demand under Multi-Part Tariffs Using Aggregate Data," Land Economics, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 64(3), pages 272-280.
  • Handle: RePEc:uwp:landec:v:64:y:1985:i:3:p:272-280
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