Choice modeling and its application to managing the Ejina Region, China
Decision-makers face a range of choices on how to manage ecosystems. Appropriate decisions should be based on weighing up the benefits and costs of alternative ecosystem management strategies, including monetary and non-monetary benefits and costs. This paper reports an application of the choice modeling (CM) method in rural China in obtaining monetary estimates of the benefits arising from changing natural resource management strategies in the Ejina Region. The application of CM is described...[Show more]
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