Greyling, Tertius; Bennett, Jeffrey
In this study we analyse the benefits and costs of investing in environmental protection in regional New South Wales. We do so by generating cost-benefit analyses for three projects which aim to protect native species: the regent honeyeater in the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment; the malleefowl in the Lachlan Catchment; and the booroolong frog in the Namoi Catchment. By generating benefit-cost ratios for these three cases, we demonstrate the use of choice modelling as a means to estimate the often...[Show more]
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