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000022679 245__ $$aRESPONDENTS TO CONTINGENT VALUATION SURVEYS: CONSUMERS OR CITIZENS?
000022679 260__ $$c1995-12
000022679 269__ $$a1995-12
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000022679 336__ $$aJournal Article
000022679 446__ $$aEnglish
000022679 520__ $$aThe fundamental assumption of the contingent valuation method (CYM) is that responses to CY questionnaires may be interpreted as expressions of consumer preferences. The consumer preference interpretation has been challenged in recent papers arguing that willingness to pay for wildlife preservation is generated, at least in part, by ethical concerns, rather than by a view that wildlife preservation will yield any benefit to individual respondents. Some further evidence bearing upon these questions is derived from a study of forest management in Australia undertaken by the Resource Assessment Commission (RAC). The evidence supports the interpretation that respondents are acting primarily as citizens.
000022679 650__ $$aResearch Methods/ Statistical Methods
000022679 700__ $$aBlamey, Russell K.
000022679 700__ $$aCommon, Mick S.
000022679 700__ $$aQuiggin, John C.
000022679 773__ $$dDecember 1995$$jVolume 39$$kNumber 3$$o288$$q263$$tAustralian Journal of Agricultural Economics
000022679 8564_ $$s1183903$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/22679/files/39030263.pdf
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000022679 982__ $$gAustralian Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 39, Number 03, December 1995
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