Deliberative Monetary Valuation as a Political-Economic Methodology: Exploring the Prospect for Value Pluralism with a Case Study on Australian Climate Change Policy
Lo, Yu Hong
This research concerns the role of public deliberation in monetary valuation of the environment. The objective is to evaluate the value pluralistic potential of an innovative methodology known as "deliberative monetary valuation" (DMV). The research includes a series of theoretical discussions and an empirical study.
Recent attempts to redesign environmental valuation surveys are reviewed. The theory of deliberative democracy is explained and compared with the other intellectual current...[Show more]
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