Willingness-to-pay for noise abatement in Singapore
Noise in urban centres adversely affects the health of residents and the liveability of the city. To inform the formulation of noise control policies, the marginal benefits of publicly-provided noise abatement are examined in this thesis. The studies in this thesis were conducted in Singapore, a dense urban centre with elevated levels of noise. Marginal benefits of reducing noise from construction activity and roads were estimated as these are key contributors to noise pollution in Singapore....[Show more]
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