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Evidencia Empírica de Dualidad en Valoración Contingente con Formato Binario

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  • Felipe Vásquez


    (Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Concepción)

  • Arcadio Cerda
  • Sergio Orrego

El artículo presenta la comparación de las medidas de bienestar, obtenidas mediante dos interpretaciones teóricas para el método de valoración contingente (VC) con formato binario. En primer lugar se discute el enfoque de diferencia de la función de utilidad indirecta. Posteriormente se desarrolla la alternativa conocida como función de variación. Se estiman dos formas funcionales (lineal y logarítmica) para cada estructura teórica, y se calculan las respectivas medias y medianas como medidas de bienestar. Para estimar sus varianzas, se utiliza un procedimiento de simulación que genera una distribución empírica de las medidas de bienestar para la definición de los intervalos de confianza. Alternativamente se utiliza el método delta, el cual aproxima lineal mente las medidas de bienestar usando la expansión de la serie de Taylor de primer orden.

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Paper provided by Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Concepción in its series Working Papers with number 01-1998.

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Date of creation: 1998
Handle: RePEc:cnc:wpaper:01-1998
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