Valuing the state of water in New Zealand using the experienced preference method
This article employs the experienced preference method to value the state of water in New Zealand. In doing so, this article represents a clear contribution to both the literature on non-market valuation and public policy regarding the preservation of water quality. The results show that a one-unit increase in satisfaction with the state of water bodies an individual has visited, is associated with a 1.6 per cent greater likelihood to report being very satisfied with their life. This positive...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australasian Journal of Environmental Management|
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