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How Much Will People Pay for Wildlife Conservation? - A Study from Thailand

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  • Orapan Nabangchang

    () (Sukhothai Thammatirat Open University)

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If politicians are to make informed decisions about funding wildlife conservation, it is important that they know what the general public thinks about the issues involved, the factors that shape people's perceptions and how much individuals would be willing to pay to help wildlife. This study has looked into these issues and has found out what people in Bangkok think about wildlife conservation in the country and how much they would be willing to pay to support it.

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  • Orapan Nabangchang, 2009. "How Much Will People Pay for Wildlife Conservation? - A Study from Thailand," EEPSEA Policy Brief pb2009051, Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), revised May 2009.
  • Handle: RePEc:eep:pbrief:pb2009051
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    Wildlive conservation; Thailand;

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