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Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches

Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone?

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González-Sepúlveda, JM; Loomis, JB
March 15, 2012

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March 15, 2012

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González-Sepúlveda, J. M., & Loomis, J. B. (2012). Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone? In Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches (pp. 289–302).
González-Sepúlveda, J. M., and J. B. Loomis. “Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone?” In Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches, 289–302, 2012.
González-Sepúlveda JM, Loomis JB. Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone? In: Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches. 2012. p. 289–302.
González-Sepúlveda, J. M., and J. B. Loomis. “Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone?Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches, 2012, pp. 289–302.
González-Sepúlveda JM, Loomis JB. Are benefit transfers using a joint revealed and stated preference model more accurate than revealed and stated preference data alone? Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches. 2012. p. 289–302.

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March 15, 2012

Start / End Page

289 / 302