Implementation, Challenges and Policy Implications
Edited by Jeff Bennett and Ekin Birol
Choice Experiments in Developing Countries is an invaluable one-stop presentation of the best-practice case studies implementing the choice experiment method in developing countries. It highlights the theoretical and practical issues that should be taken into consideration when applying this method in a developing country context.
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- Choice Experiments in Developing Countries Implementation, Challenges and Policy Implications
- Chapter 1: Introduction: The Roles and Significance of Choice Experiments in Developing Country Contexts
- Chapter 2: A Choice Experiment of Human–Elephant Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka
- Chapter 3: Using Choice Experiments to Estimate Wetland Values in Viet Nam: Implementation and Practical Issues
- Chapter 4: Fishing Permit Price and Wetland Conservation: A Choice Experiment on the Value of Improved Environmental Quality of Lake Awassa, Ethiopia
- Chapter 5: Researcher-Selected versus Respondent-Selected Attributes: Improved Coastal Water Quality in Tobago
- Chapter 6: Estimating the Non-market Environmental Benefits of Land Use Change in China
- Chapter 7: Assessing the Sustainability of the Sloping Land Conversion Programme: A Choice Experiment Approach
- Chapter 8: Non-use Values of Ecosystems Dependent on the Indus River, Pakistan: A Spatially Explicit, Multi-ecosystem Choice Experiment
- Chapter 9: Ecosystem Service Valuation of Ruil (Nothofagus Alessandrii) Forests in Central Chile: An Application of the Choice Experiment Method
- Chapter 10: Informing Efficient Solid Waste Management to Improve Local Environmental Quality and Public Health in West Bengal, India
- Chapter 11: Farmers’ Choice between Public Goods and Agricultural Extension Packages in Ethiopia: A Stated Preference Analysis
- Chapter 12: Valuing Preferences for Ecotourism in the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia
- Chapter 13: Farmer Preferences for Bt Maize, Seed Information and Credit in the Philippines
- Chapter 14: Using Choice Experiments to Investigate Preferences for Cattle Traits in Kenya
- Chapter 15: Developing Country Consumers’ Demand for Food Safety and Quality: Is Mumbai Ready for Certified and Organic Fruits?
- Chapter 16: Rural Consumers’ Preferences for Banana Attributes in Uganda: Is There a Market for GM Staples?
- Chapter 17: Concluding Remarks and Recommendations for Implementing Choice Experiments in Developing Countries
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