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Over the past two decades, economic theory has extended its field of application to non-market goods such as environmental resources and health. Although it is impossible to assign a price to these goods on the basis of market mechanisms alone, the fact that they have no price does not mean that they have no value. One technique in which economists have shown a marked interest is the. Over the past two decades, economic theory has extended its field of application to non-market goods such as environmental resources and health. Although it is impossible to assign a price to these goods on the basis of market mechanisms alone, the fact that they have no price does not mean that they have no value. One technique in which economists have shown a marked interest is the contingent valuation method (CVM), which has mainly been used to assign a monetary value to environmental goods. It was first applied to natural resources used for recreational purposes. CVM has been applied to health only recently, so that studies in this field are relatively more scarce than those dealing with the environment, although several valuation methodology surveys are available. There has hitherto been no book which has drawn together and analyzed recent contingent valuations in the field of transport accidents. Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety and the Value of Life provides an overview of the experiments conducted in Europe (Denmark, France, the U.K, Sweden and Switzerland). While a number of contributions are critical, others show how the estimates obtained in the area of road transport can be used to assess the adverse health effects of other causes, such as public transport accidents or air pollution. Books, Business, Finance and Law~~Economics~~Microeconomics, Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety And The Value Of Life~~Book~~9780792395782, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Kluwer Academic Publishers]

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[EAN: 9780792395782], Neubuch, [PU: Springer], NILS C. SOGUEL,NATHALIE G. SCHWAB CHRISTE,POPULAR ECONOMICS,SAFETY AND FIRST AID,ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS,ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE,ECONOMICS,ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING,ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, Social Science|Methodology, Business & Economics|Economics|General, Hardcover. 193 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.1in. x 0.6in.Over the past two decades, economic theory has extended its field of application to non-market goods such as environmental resources and health. Although it is impossible to assign a price to these goods on the basis of market mechanisms alone, the fact that they have no price does not mean that they have no value. One technique in which economists have shown a marked interest is the contingent valuation method (CVM), which has mainly been used to assign a monetary value to environmental goods. It was first applied to natural resources used for recreational purposes. CVM has been applied to health only recently, so that studies in this field are relatively more scarce than those dealing with the environment, although several valuation methodology surveys are available. There has hitherto been no book which has drawn together and analyzed recent contingent valuations in the field of transport accidents. Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety and the Value of Life provides an overview of the experiments conducted in Europe (Denmark, France, the U. K. , Sweden and Switzerland). While a number of contributions are critical, others show how the estimates obtained in the area of road transport can be used to assess the adverse health effects of other causes, such as public transport accidents or air pollution. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety and the Value of Life
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Nathalie G Schwab Christe Nils C Soguel

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Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety and the Value of Life

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Over the past two decades, economic theory has extended its field of application to non-market goods such as environmental resources and health. Although it is impossible to assign a price to these goods on the basis of market mechanisms alone, the fact that they have no price does not mean that they have no value. One technique in which economists have shown a marked interest is the contingent valuation method (CVM), which has mainly been used to assign a monetary value to environmental goods. It was first applied to natural resources used for recreational purposes. CVM has been applied to health only recently, so that studies in this field are relatively more scarce than those dealing with the environment, although several valuation methodology surveys are available. There has hitherto been no book which has drawn together and analyzed recent contingent valuations in the field of transport accidents. Contingent Valuation, Transport Safety and the Value of Life provides an overview of the experiments conducted in Europe (Denmark, France, the U.K., Sweden and Switzerland). While a number of contributions are critical, others show how the estimates obtained in the area of road transport can be used to assess the adverse health effects of other causes, such as public transport accidents or air pollution.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780792395782
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0792395786
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Publishing year: 1994
Publisher: Springer-Verlag GmbH
208 Pages
Weight: 0,479 kg

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