New Horizons in Environmental Economics series
Page 223 Annotated Bibliography This bibliography lists many of the TCM papers which have been published in the last several decades. In order to be more useful to readers, it is annotated concisely. Annotation follows the last line of each entry, with codes used for the resource types and policy issues involved. The key for the resource type is: land (1), water (2), forest (3), wildlife (4), wilderness (5), parks (6) and developed recreation and all other (7). The codes for policy issues are: reservoir management (RE), water supply (WS), hydro dam relicensing (HD), natural resource damage assessments (NR), water quality (WQ), outdoor recreation and environment (OR), rangelands management (MG), forest management (FS), river basin management (RV) and wildlife management (WL). Where the classification is not applicable,* is used. Some entries where the subject is obvious from the title are not annotated. Adamowicz, W.L., J.J. Fletcher and T. Graham Tomasi (1989), 'Functional Form and the Statistical Properties of Welfare Measures', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 71 (2), 414–21. Discusses variation of welfare estimates across functional forms; 4; OR. Adamowicz, W.L., S. Jennings and A. Coyne (1990), 'A Sequential Choice Model of Recreation Behavior', Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 15 (1), 91–9. Uses previous trips to predict future trips; 4; OR. Adamowicz, W.L. and T. Graham Tomasi, (1991), 'Revealed Preference Tests of Nonmarket Goods Valuation Methods', Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 20 (1), 29–45. Compares values derived from TCM and CV studies; 4; OR. Adamowicz, W.L. (1991)...
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