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Kenneth G. Willis and Guy Garrod

Over-exploitation of environment and natural resources is becoming increasingly widespread in the modern world. To combat this, environmental economists have attempted to value such resources in order to ensure that they are given due recognition in any ex ante appraisal, or ex post evaluation of projects or policies; and also to ensure that optimal levels of consumption are determined for the resource. This authoritative research review, brings together seminal papers published in the last three decades which demonstrate the application of a number of techniques employed to value a range of environmental and natural resources. It will be of immense value to students, scholars and practitioners with an interest in environmental affairs and natural resources.
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Kenneth G. Willis and Guy Garrod

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Kenneth G. Willis and Guy Garrod

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Chris Brunsdon and Kenneth G. Willis

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Northumbria: Castles, Cathedrals and Towns

Applying Environmental Valuation Techniques to Historic Buildings, Monuments and Artifacts

Guy Garrod and Kenneth G. Willis

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Component and Temporal Value Reliability in Cultural Goods: The Case of Roman Imperial Remains Near Naples

Applying Environmental Valuation Techniques to Historic Buildings, Monuments and Artifacts

Patrizia Riganti and Kenneth G. Willis

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Edited by Raymond J.G.M. Florax, Peter Nijkamp and Kenneth G. Willis

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Edited by Raymond J.G.M. Florax, Peter Nijkamp and Kenneth G. Willis