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Environmental valuation damage schedules

Quah, Euston; Tan, Khye Chong; Choa, Edward


Increasing concerns over environmental degradation have amplified the role of environmental economics and the valuation of non-pecuniary environmental resources as tools of analysis to facilitate the design of policies. To date, however, environmental valuation methods have continued to be unreliable, misleading and contentious as a guide to resource allocations and damage compensations. Damage schedules, however, offer several advantages over most current post-incident economic valuation...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2003
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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