Toward Assessing The Non-Market Benefits Of Experiment Station Research: A Case Study Of Public Preferences For Aes Research In Rhode Island
This study reports on a survey assessment of the public preferences for the Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station's research program. The study summarizes preferences to allocate effort to alternative research projects and estimates the public's willingness to pay to maintain or increase research effort.
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