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Outdoor recreation is an important and yet often undervalued land use. Measurement of the economic value of outdoor recreation, assessment of the impacts of land uses on these values, and incorporation of this information into land use decisions can be useful in assessing land use tradeoffs. This...
Economic Analysis of Choice Behavior: Incorporating Choice Set Formation, Non-compensatory Preferences and Perceptions into the Random Utility FrameworkDownload
The Random Utility Model has become the dominant empirical model used in environmental valuation and other areas of consumer demand analysis involving the choice of discrete items. This thesis investigates in detail three assumptions of the Random Utility Model. It consists of three studies that...
This study was undertaken to provide some of the social values for the non-timber component of the Millar Western-NorSask Forest Management License Agreement. This study estimates the changes in the value of a recreational hunting experience as one, or a combination of several, of the following...
This paper develops a theory of interdependent utility functions in examining congestion in recreation demand equilibria. The notion is examined empirically through the development of congestion forecasting functions which individuals use to sort themselves among a set of recreation sites. These...
Consumer preferences for goods and services are characterized by heterogeneity. Accounting for this heterogeneity in economic analysis will be useful in estimating unbiased models as well as for forecasting demand by including individual characteristics and proving a broader picture of the...