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A Selected Cost-Benefit Analysis Bibliography

Cost-Benefit Analysis: Concepts and Practice, 4th Ed

By

Anthony Boardman, David Greenberg, Aidan Vining, David Weimer


Pearson, Prentice Hall, Copyright 2011
ISBN 0-13-143583-3

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Air Pollution 2
2. Hazardous Waste (including nuclear waste) 15
3. Noise Pollution 18
4. Water Pollution 22
5. Waste Disposal 28
6. Parks, Lakes, Rivers, Open Space and other Recreation 31
7. Wilderness, Wetlands, Wildlife and Biodiversity 37
8. Health, and Health and Safety Regulation 47
9. Crime and Drug Abuse (Including Alcohol) 66
10. Transportation/Transit (Including Safety) 76
11. Energy and Energy Conservation 90
12. Education and Employment/Training Programs 96
13. R&D 106
14. Development, Industrial Policy and Regulation (not Professional) 110
15. Professional Regulation 117
16. Public Infrastructure (Non-Transit) 118
17. Recreational and Commercial Fisheries 120
18. Forestry 123
19. Migration 127
20. Water 129
21. Housing and Zoning 133
22. Redistribution Programs 135
23. Agriculture and Rural Life 137
24. Information 143
25. Tourism, Sports, Culture and Entertainment 145
26. Gambling 148
27. Social Programs 149

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1. AIR POLLUTION

Adams, R. “Agriculture, Forestry and Related Benefits of Air Pollution Control: A


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68(2): 464-72, 1986.

Adams, R., Adams, D., Callaway, J., Chang, C. & McCarl, B. “Sequestering Carbon on
Agricultural Land: Social Cost and Impacts on Timber Markets,” Contemporary
Policy Issues 11(4): 76-87, 1993.

Adams, R. & McCarl, B. “Assessing the Benefits of Alternative Ozone Standards on


Agriculture: The Role on Response Information,” Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management 12(3): 264-76, 1985.

Adams, R., Callaway, J. & McCarl, B. “Pollution, Agriculture, and Social Welfare: The
Case of Acid Deposition,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 34(1): 3-
19, 1986.

Adams, R., Crocker, T. & Thanavibulchai, N. “An Economic Assessment of Air


Pollution Damages to Selected Annual Crops in Southern California,” Journal of
Environmental Economics and Management 9(1): 42-58, 1982.

Adams, R., Hamilton, S, Carl, B. “The Benefits of Pollution Control: The Case of Ozone
and U.S. Agriculture,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 68(4): 886-
93, 1986.

Adomait, E. & Hofstra, J. “A Dose-Response Function for the Impact of O3 on Ontario-


Grown White Bean and An Estimate of Economic Loss,” Canadian Journal of
Plant Science 67(1): 131-36, 1987.

Agee, M. & Fah, K. “Social Discount Rates from Stratospheric Ozone Control,” The
Economic Record 71(213): 191-96, 1995.

Anderson, R. & Ostro, B. “Benefits Analysis and Air Quality Standard,” Natural
Resources Journal 3(3): 566-75, 1983.

Austin, D., Krupnick, A., Burtraw, D. & Stoessell, T. “The Benefits of Air Pollutant
Emissions Reductions in Maryland: Results From the Maryland Externalities
Screening and Valuation Model,” Resources For the Future, Discussion Paper 99-
05, 1998.

Austin, D. & Dinan, T. “Clearing the Air: The Costs and Consequences of Higher CAFE
Standards and Increased Gasoline Taxes,” Journal of Environmental Economics
and Management 50(3): 562-582, 2005.

Bailey, M. “Risks, Costs and Benefits of Fluorocarbon Regulation,” American Economic


Review Papers and Proceedings 72(2): 247-50, 1982.

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Barnes, D. “Back Door Cost-Benefit Analysis Under Safety-First Clean Air Act,”
Natural Resources Journal 23(4): 827-57, 1983.

Bayless, M. “Measuring the Benefits of Air Quality Improvement: a Hedonic Salary


Approach,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 9(1): 81-99,
1982.

Beaton, S., Bishop, G., Zhang, Y., Ashbaugh, L., Lawson, D. & Stedman, D. “On-Road
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Bell, P., Loomis, R. Malm, W. & McGlothin, G. Test of an Ordered Logit Model of the
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Collins, CO: Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, 1984.

Bender, B., et al. “Choice of Functional Form and the Demand for Air Quality,” Review
of Economics and Statistics 62(4): 638-43, 1980

Bower, B., Brady, G. & Lakhani, H. “Benefit-Cost Analysis in Air Quality Management:
the Case for Less Developed Countries,” Journal of Environmental Management
14(3): 265-82, 1982.

Boyd, R., Krutilla, K. & Viscusi, W. “Energy Taxation as a Policy Instrument to Reduce
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Brady, G., Bower, B. and Lakhami, H. “Estimates of the National Benefits and Costs of
Improving Ambient Air Quality,” Journal of Environment Management 16(3):
191-210, 1983.

Brown, D. & Smith, M. “Crop Substitution in the Estimation of Economic Benefits Due
to Ozone Reduction,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
11(3): 347-60, 1984.

Burtraw, D., Bharvirkar, R. & McGuinness, M. “Uncertainty and the Net Benefits of
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Burtraw, D. & Toman, M. “The Benefits of Reduced Air Pollutants in the U.S. From
Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Policies,” Resources for the Future, Discussion Paper
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Burtraw, D., Krupnick, A., Mansur, E., Austin, D. & Farrell, D. “Ancillary Benefits of
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Burtraw, D., Krupnick, A., Palmer, K., Paul, A., Toman, M. & Bloyd, C. “Costs and
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Callaway, J., Darwin, R. and Nesse, R. "Economic Valuation of Acidic Deposition


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Carrier, J. & Kripple, E. “Comprehensive Study of European Forests Assesses Damage


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Chappie, M. & Lave, L. “The Health Effects of Air Pollution: A Reanalysis,” Journal of
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Crocker, T. & Regens, J. “Acid Deposition Controls -- A Benefit-Cost Analysis: Its


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Cropper, M. “Measuring Benefits from Reduced Morbidity,” American Economic Review


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Dickie, M. & Gerking, S. “Willingness to Pay for Ozone Control: Inferences from the
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Dorfman, R. “Incidence of the Benefits and Costs of Environmental Programs,”


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EPA, Cancer Risk From Outdoor Exposures to Air Toxics, Research Triangle Park, NC:
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Farber, S. & Rambaldi, A. “Willingness to Pay for Air Quality: The Case of Outdoor
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Farrow, S. & Toman, M. “Using Environmental Benefit-Cost Analysis to Improve
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Forster, B. “An Economic Assessment of the Significance of Long Range Transported


Air Pollutants for Agriculture in Eastern Canada,” Canadian Journal of
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Fraas, A. and McGartland, A. “Alternative Fuels For Pollution Control: An Empirical


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Freeman, A. III. “The Incidence of the Costs of Controlling Automotive Air Pollution,”
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Freeman, A., III, “On Estimating Air Pollution Control Benefits from Land Value
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Freeman, A., III, “The Hedonic Price Technique and the Value of Climate as a
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Garcia, P., Dixon, B., Mjelde, W. & Adams, R. “Measuring the Benefits of
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Gayer, R. & Hahn, R. “Designing Environmental Policy: Lessons from the Regulation of
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Gerking, S. & Schulze, W. “What Do We Know About Benefits of Reduced Mortality


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Gerking, S. & Stanley, L. “An Economic Analysis of Air Pollution and Health: the Case
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Gianessi, L., Peskin, H. & Wolff, E. “The Distributional Effects of Uniform Air Pollution
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Giannias, D. “Consumer Benefit From Air Quality Improvements,” Applied Economics


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Goldsmith, J. & Friburg, L. “Effects of Air Pollution on Human Health,” in A. Stern (ed.)
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Greene, D. & Duleep, K. “Costs and Benefits of Automotive Fuel Economy


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Hahn, R. “An Economic Analysis of Scrappage,” RAND Journal of Economics 26(2):


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Haigh, J., Harrison, D. Jr. & Nichols, A. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Environmental


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Hall, J. et al. “Economic Assessment of the Health Benefits From Improvements in Air
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Hall, J., Winer, A., Kleinman, M., Lurmann, F., Brajer, V. & Colome, S. “Valuing the
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Halvorsen, B. “Ordering Effects in Contingent Valuation Surveys. Willingness to Pay for


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Hanke, S. & Gutmanis, I. "Estimates of Industrial Airborne Residuals Control Costs: A


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Harrington, W. & McConnell, V., “Coase and Car Repair: Who Should Be Responsible
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Harrington, W. & McConnell, V. “Cost Effectiveness of Remote Sensing of Vehicle


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Harrington, W. & Portney, P. “Valuing the Benefits of Health & Safety Regulation,”
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Harrison, D. Jr. & Rubinfeld, D. “The Distribution of Benefits from Improvements in


Urban Air Quality,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 5(4):
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Harrison, D., Jr. & Rubinfeld, D. “Hedonic Housing Prices and the Demand for Clean
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Heck, W., Taylor, O. & Tingey, D. (eds.). Assessment of Crop Loss from Air Pollutants
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Henderson, J. V. “Effect of Air Quality Regulation,” American Economic Review 86(4):


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Holland, W. et al. “Health Effects of Particulate Pollution: Reappraising the Evidence,”


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Hubbard, T. “Using Inspection and Maintenance Programs to Regulate Vehicle


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Irving, P. “Acid Precipitation Effects on Crops: A Review and Analysis of Research,”


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Jaccard, M. & Montgomery, D. “Costs of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the


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Jaccard, M., Nyboer, Bataille, C., & Sadownik, B. “Modeling the Cost of Climate Policy:
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Jaeger, W. “The Welfare Cost of a Global Carbon Tax When Tax Revenues are
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Jager, H., Grunhage, L., Dammgen, U., Richter, O. & Krupa, S. “Controlling Urban Air-
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Spadaro, J. & Rabl, A. “Air Pollution Damage Estimates: The Cost per Kilogram of
Pollutant,” Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 3(1): 75-98, 2002.

Spash, C. “Assessing the Economic Benefits to Agriculture from Air Pollution Control,”
Journal of Economic Surveys 11(1): 47-70, 1997.

Stavins, R. “The Costs of Carbon Sequestration: A Revealed-Preference Approach,”


American Economic Review 89(4): 994-1009, 1999.

Stauffer, C., Jr. “Cost and Coal Market Effects of Alternative Approaches for Reducing
Electric Utility Sulfur Dioxide Emissions,” in P. Mandelbaum (ed.) Acid Rain: An
Economic Assessment N.Y: Plenum Press, 1985.

Thomas, V. “Evaluating Pollution Control: The Case of Sao Paulo, Brazil,” Journal of
Development Economics 19(1&2): 133-46, 1985.

Thomas, V. “Welfare Cost of Pollution Control,” Journal of Environmental Economics


and Management 7(1): 90-102, 1980.

U.K. Department of Energy, “An Evaluation of Energy Related Greenhouse Gas


Emissions and Measures to Ameliorate Them,” A Country Study for the
Intergovernment Panel on Climate Change Response Strategies Working Group,
London, UK, 1990.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Final Report to Congress on Benefits and Costs
of the Clean Air U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Final Report to Congress
on Benefits and Costs of the Clean Air Act, 1990-2010 Washington D.C: U.S.
Government Printing Office, EPA-410-R-99-01, 1999.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Final Report to Congress on Benefits and Costs
of the Clean Air U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Final Report to Congress
on Benefits and Costs of the Clean Air Act, 1970-1990 Washington D.C: U.S.
Government Printing Office, EPA-410-R-97-002, 1997.

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Anstine, J. “Property Values in a Low Populated Area When Dual Noxious Facilities Are
Present,” Growth and Change 34(3): 345-59, 2003.

Bjornstad, D. & Vogt, D. “Some Comments Relating to Model Specification on `Effects


of Nuclear Plants on Residential Property Values',” Journal of Regional Science
24(1): 135-36, 1984.

Church, A. & Norton, R. “Issues in Emergency Preparedness for Radiological


Transportation Accidents,” Natural Resources Journal 21(4): 757-71, 1981.

Cohen, L. “Who Pays the Bill: Insuring Against the Risk from Low Level Nuclear Waste
Disposal,” Natural Resources Journal 21(4): 773-87, 1981.

Conrad, K. & Henseler-Unger, I. “The Economic Impact of Coal-Fired Versus Nuclear


Power Plants: An Application of A General Equilibrium Model,” Energy Journal
7(4): 51-63, 1986.

Cox, A. & Gilbert, R. “An Economic Evaluation of the Costs and Benefits of Diablo
Canyon,” in R. Gilber (ed.) Regulatory Choices Berkeley, CA: University of
California Press, 1991.

Cropper, M. “Pollution Aspects of Nuclear Energy Use,” Journal of Environmental


Economics and Management 7(4): 334-52, 1980.

Cummings, R. & Utton, A. “Managing Nuclear Wastes: An Overview of the Issues,”


Natural Resources Journal 21(4): 693-701, 1981.

Gamble, H. & Downing, R. “Effects of Nuclear Power Plants on Residential Property


Values,” Journal of Regional Science 22(4): 457-78, 1982.

Goetze, D. “A Decentralized Mechanism of Siting Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities,”


Public Choice 39(3): 361-70, 1982.

Grohnheit, P. & Laut, P. “Nuclear Power and Coal-Fired CHP,” Energy Economics 9(2):
82-92, 1987.

Grossman, P. & Cassedy, E. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Nuclear Waste Disposal:


Accounting for Safeguards,” Science, Technology and Human Values 10(1): 47-54,
1985.

Hageman, R. “Nuclear Waste Disposal: Potential Property Value Impacts,” Natural


Resources Journal 21(4): 789-810, 1981.

Hamilton, J. & Viscusi, W.K. “How Costly is ‘Clean’? An Analysis of the Benefits and
Costs of Superfund Site Remediations,” Journal of Policy Analysis and
Management, 18(1): 2-27, 1999.

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Ihlanfeldt, K. & Taylor, L. “Externality Effects of Small-Scale Hazardous Waste Sites:
Evidence from Urban Commercial Property Markets,” Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management 47: 117-39, 2004.

Jenkins-Smith, H., Silva, C., Berrens, R., Bohara, A. “Information Disclosure


Requirements and the Effect of Soil Contamination on Property Values,” Journal
of Environmental Planning and Management 45(3): 323-39, 2002.

Kennedy, C. “Revealed Preference Valuation Compared to Contingent Valuation: Radon-


Induced Lung Cancer Prevention,” Health Economics 11(7): 585-98, 2002.

Kneese, A. & Bower, B. “Causing Offsite Costs to Be Reflected in Waste Disposal


Decisions,” 135-54, in R. Dorfman & N. Dorfman (eds.) Economics of
Environment N.Y: W.W. Norton, 1972.

Mendelsohn, R., Hellerstein, D., Hugnenin, M., Unsworth, R. & Brazee, R. “Measuring
Hazardous Waste Damages with Panel Models,” Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management 22(3): 259-71, 1992.

Miceli, T., Pancak, K., & Sirmans, C. “An Economic Analysis of Lead Paint Laws,”
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 12: 59-75, 1996.

Michaels, R. & Smith, V. “Market Segmentation and Valuing Amenities with Hedonic
Models: The Case of Hazardous Waste Sites,” Journal of Urban Economics 28:
223-32 1990.

Mitchell, R. & Carson, R. “Property Rights, Protest, and the Siting of Hazardous Waste
Facilities,” American Economic Review, 76(2): 285-90, 1986.

Nelson, J. “Three Mile Island and Residential Property Values: Empirical Analysis and
Policy Implications,” Land Economics 57(3): 363-72, 1981.

Norton, R. “Policy Issues in the Routing of Radioactive Materials Shipments,” Natural


Resources Journal 21(4): 735-55, 1981.

O'Donnell, E. & Mauro, J. “A Cost-Benefit Comparison of Nuclear and Non-Nuclear


Health and Safety Protective Measures and Regulation,” Nuclear Safety 20(5):
525-40, 1979.

Opaluch, J. & Kashmanian, R. “Assessing the Viability of Marketable Permit Systems:


An Application in Hazardous Waste Management,” Land Economics 61(3): 263-
71, 1985.

Payne, B., Olshansky, S. & Segel, T. “The Effects on Property Values of Proximity to A
Site Contaminated with Radioactive Waste,” Natural Resources Journal 27(3):
579-90, 1987.

Quirk, J. & Terasawa, K. “Nuclear Regulation: An Historical Perspective,” Natural


Resources Journal, 21(4): 833-55, 1981.

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Schulze, W., Brookshire, D. & Sandler, T. “The Social Rate of Discount for Nuclear
Waste Storage: Economics or Ethics?” Natural Resources Journal 21(4): 811-32,
1981.

Sengupta, M. “The Choice Between Coal and Nuclear Power in India: A Cost-Benefit
Approach,” Journal of Energy and Development 12(1): 85-92, 1986.

Slovic, P., et al. “Images of Disaster: Perception and Acceptance of Risks from Nuclear
Power,” in G. Goodman & W. Rowe (eds.) Energy Risk Management London:
Academic Press, 1979.

Smith, V. & Desvousges, W. “Asymmetries in the Valuation of Risk and the Siting of
Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities,” American Economic Review 76(2): 291-94,
1986.

Smith, V. & Desvousges, W. “The Value of Avoiding A LULU: Hazardous Waste


Disposal Sites,” Review of Economics and Statistics 68(2): 293-99, 1986.

Smith V., Desvousges, W. & Freeman, A. III, Valuing Changes in Hazardous Waste
Risks: A Contingent Valuation Analysis, draft report, prepared for the Economic
Analysis Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, TN, and Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1985.

Thompson, R. & Singleton, F., Jr. “Wastewater Treatment Costs and Outlays in Organic
Petrochemicals: Standards versus Taxes with Methodology Suggestions for
Marginal Cost Pricing and Analysis,” Water Resources Research 22: 467-74, 1986.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Economic Analysis of Toxic Substances


Control Act Section 403: Lead-Based Paint Hazard Standards,” Washington, D.C:
Economic and Policy Analysis Branch, U.S. EPA, 2000.

Zimmerman, M. “The Valuation of Nuclear Power in the Post-Three Mile Island Era,”
Energy Journal 4(2): 15-29, 1983.

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Alexandre, A., Barde, J. & Pearce, D. “Practical Determination of a Charge for Noise
Pollution,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 14(2): 205-20, 1980.

Becker, N. & Lavee, D. “The Benefits and Costs of Noise Reduction,” Journal of
Environmental Planning and Management 46(1): 97-111, 2003.

Bennett, S. “Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Feasibility Requirement of the Occupational


Noise Regulation,” George Washington Law Review 55: 123-51, 1986.

Borins, S. “Miezkowski and Saper's Estimate of the Effects of Airport Noise on Property
Values: A Comment,” Journal of Urban Economics 9(1): 125-28, 1981.

Brons, M. “Railroad Noise: Economic Valuation and Policy,” Transportation Research


Part D 8(3): 169-84, 2003.

Collins, A. & Evans, A. “Aircraft Noise and the Residential Property Values: An
Artificial Neural network Approach,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy
28(2): 175-198, 1994.

Cushings-Daniels, B. & Murray, P. “Welfare Effects of Increased Train Noise: A


Comparison of the Costs and Benefits of Train Whistle Use at Highway-Rail
Crossings,” Transportation Research Part D 10(5): 357-364, 2005.

De Vany, A. “An Economic Model of Aircraft Noise Pollution in An Urban


Environment,” in S. Lin (ed.) Theory and Measurement of Economic Externalities
New York: Academic Press, 1976, 205-14.

Espey, M. & Lopez, H. “The Impact of Airport Noise and Proximity on Residential
Property Values,” Growth and Change 31(3): 409-19, 2000.

Feitelson, E., Hurd, R. & Mudge, R. “The Impact of Airport Noise on Willingness to Pay
for Residences,” Transportation Research Part D 1(1): 1-14, 1996.

Frankel, M. “The Impact of Aircraft Noise on Residential Property Markets,” Illinois


Business Review 45(5): 8-13, 1988.

Galllea, P. & de Dios Ortuzar, J. “Valuing Noise Reduction in a Residential Location


Context,” Transportation Research Part D 10(4): 305-322, 2005.

Gautrin, J. “An Evaluation of the Impact of Aircraft Noise on Property Values with a
Simple Model of Urban Land Rent,” Land Economics 51(1): 80-86, 1975.

Hall, F., et al. “Effects of Highway Noise on Residential Property Values,”


Transportation Research Record 686: 38-43, 1978.

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Harrison, D. “The Regulation of Aircraft Noise,” in T. Schelling (ed.) Incentives for
Environmental Protection Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1983.

Harrison, D. “Federal Noise-Control Strategies,” in T. Schelling (ed.) Incentives for


Environmental Protection Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1983.

Langley, J. Jr. “Adverse Impacts of the Washington Beltway on Residential Property


Values,” Land Economics 52(1): 54-65, 1976.

Levesque, T. “Modeling the Effects of Airport Noise on Residential Housing Markets: A


Case Study of Winnipeg International Airport,” Journal of Transportation
Economics and Policy 28(2): 199-210, 1994.

Mayeres, I., Ochelen, S. & Proost, S. “The Marginal External Costs of Urban Transport,”
Transportation Reviews-D 1(2): 111-30, 1996.

McDougall, G. “An Inquiry into the Demand for Aircraft Noise Abatement,” Review of
Regional Studies 6(3): 59-69, 1976.

McDougall, G. & Wright, C. “A Proposal for Improving the Measurement of Benefits


from Pollution Abatement,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management 7(1): 20-29, 1980.

McMillan, M., Reid, B. & Gillen, D. “An Extension of the Hedonic Approach for
Estimating the Value of Quiet,” Land Economics 56(3): 315-28, 1980.

Mieszkowski, P. & Saper, A. “An Estimate of the Effects of Airport Noise on Property
Values,” Journal of Urban Economics 5(4): 425-40, 1978.

Morrall, J. III. "Reducing Airport Noise," in J. Miller & B. Yandle (eds.) Benefit Cost
Analysis of Social Regulation Washington, D.C: American Enterprise Institute,
1979.

Morrell, P. & Lu, C. “Aircraft Noise Social Cost and Charge Mechanisms – A Case
Study of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol,” Transportation Research Part D 5(4):
305-20, 2000.

Morrison, S., Winston, C. & Watson, T. “Fundamental Flaws of Social Regulation: The
Cost of Airplane Noise,” Journal of Law and Economics 42(2): 723-43, 1999.

Nelson, J. “Measuring Benefits of Environmental Improvements: Aircraft Noise and


Hedonic Prices,” in V. Smith (ed.) Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Volume 1
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1981.

Nelson, J. “Airport Noise, Location Rent, and the Market for Residential Amenities,”
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 6(4): 320-31, 1979.

Nelson, J. “Airports and Property Values,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy
14(1): 37-52, 1980.

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Nelson, J. “Highway Noise and Property Values: A Survey of Recent Evidence,” Journal
of Transport Economics and Policy 16(2): 117-38, 1982.

Nelson, J. “Measuring Benefits of Environmental Improvements: Aircraft Noise and


Hedonic Prices,” in V. Smith (ed.) Advances in Microeconomics, Volume 1
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1981.

Nelson, J. “Meta-Analysis of Airport Noise and Hedonic Property Values: Problems and
Prospects,” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 38: 1-28, 2004.

Nero, G. & Black, J. “A Critical Examination of an Airport Noise Mitigation Scheme and
an Aircraft Noise Charge: The Case of Capacity Expansion and Externalities at
Sydney (Kingford Smith) Airport,” Transportation Research Part D 5(6): 433-61,
2000.

O'Byrne, P., Nelson, J.P & Seneca, J. “Housing Values, Census Estimates,
Disequilibrium, and the Environmental Cost of Airport Noise: A Case Study of
Atlanta,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 12(2): 169-78,
1985.

Palmquist, R. “Measuring Environmental Effects on Property Values Without Hedonic


Regressions,” Journal of Urban Economics 11(3): 333-347, 1982.

Paul, M. “Can Aircraft Noise Nuisance Be Measured in Money?” Oxford Economic


Papers 23(3): 297-322, 1971.

Pearce, D., “Noise Valuation,” in D. Pearce (ed.) The Valuation of Social Cost London:
George Allen, 1978, 31-53.

Pennington, G., Topham, N. & Ward, R. “Aircraft Noise and Residential Property Values
Adjacent to Manchester International Airport,” Journal of Transport Economics
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Plessa, D. “Airport Noise: Some Analytic and Policy Perspectives,” Land Economics
49(1): 14-21, 1973.

Schipper, Y., Nijkamp, P. & Rietveld, P. “Why Do Aircraft Noise Value Estimates
Differ? A Meta-Analysis,” Journal of Air Transport Management 4: 117-24, 1998.

Soguel, N. “Contingent Valuation of Traffic Noise Reduction Benefits,” Journal of


Economics and Statistics 123(1): 109-123, 1996.

Tompkins, J., Topham, N., Twomeyland J. & Ward, R. “Noise Versus Access: The
Impact of an Airport in an Urban Property Value,” Urban Studies 35(2), 243-258,
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Whitbread, M. “Measuring the Costs of Noise Nuisance From Aircraft,” Journal of
Transport Economics and Policy 12(2): 202-8, 1978.

Wilhelmsson, M. “The Impact of Traffic Noise on the Values of Single-Family Houses,”


Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 43(6): 799-815, 2000.

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Abdalla, C., Roach, B. & Epp, D. “Valuing Environmental Quality Changes Using
Averting Expenditures: An Application to Groundwater Contamination,” Land
Economics 68(2): 163-69, 1992.

Ashworth, J., Papps, J. & Storey, D. “Assessing the Impact Upon the British Chlor-Alkali
Industry of the EEC Directive on Discharges of Mercury into Waterways,” Land
Economics 63(1): 72-78, 1987.

Assaf, B. & Mathur, S. “Non-Market Valuation of Accidental Oil Spills: A Survey of


Economics and Legal Principles,” Marine Resource Economics 2(3): 211-38, 1986.

Barkan, C. “Cost Effectiveness of Railroad Fuel Spill Prevention Using a new


Locomotive Refueling System,” Transportation Research: Part D 9(4): 251-62,
2004.

Beck, M. & Finney, B. “Operational Water Quality Management: Problem Context and
Evaluation of A Model for River Quality,” Water Resources Research 23(11):
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Bingham, T., Bondelid, T., Depro, B., Figueroa, R., Hauber, A., Unger, S. & Van
Houtven, G. A Benefits Assessment of Water Control Programs Since 1972
Revised Draft Report to the U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park, N.C: Research
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Bockstael, N., Hanemann, W. & Kling, C. “Estimating the Value of Water Quality
Improvements in a Recreational Demand Framework,” Water Resources Research
23(5): 951-60, 1987.

Bockstael, N., McConnell, K. & Strand, I. “Measuring the Benefits of Improvement in


Water Quality: The Chesapeake Bay,” Marine Resource Economics 6: 1-18,
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Bouwes, N. Sr. & Schneider, R. “Procedures in Estimating Benefits of Water Quality


Change,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 61(3): 535-39, 1979.

Burrows, P., et al. “The Economics of Accidental Oil Pollution by Tankers in Coastal
Waters,” Journal of Public Economics 3(3): 251-69, 1974.

Burtraw, D., Krupnick, A., Mansur, E., Austin, D. & Farrell, D. “The Costs and Benefits
of Reducing Acid Rain,” Resources For the Future Discussion Paper 97-31, 1997.

Burtraw, D. & Krupnick, A. “Measuring the Value of Health Improvements from Great
Lakes Cleanup,” RFF Discussion Paper 99-34, Washington, D.C: Resources for the
Future, 1999.

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Carson, R. & Mitchell, R. “The Value of Clean Water: The Public’s Willingness to Pay
for Boatable, Fishable, and Swimmable Quality Water,” Water Resources
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Cohen, M. “The Costs and Benefits of Oil Spill Prevention and Enforcement,” Journal of
Environmental Economics and Management 13(2): 167-88, 1986.

Dasgupta, A. & Murty, M. “Economic Evaluation of Water Pollution Abatement: A Case


Study of Paper and Pulp Industry in India,” India Economic Review 20(2): 231-67,
1985.

Desvousges, W., Smith, V. & McGivney, M. “A Comparison of Alternative Approaches


for Estimating Recreation and Related Benefits of Water Quality Improvement,”
Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Economic Analysis Division,
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Desvousges, W., Smith, V. & Fisher, A. “Option Price Estimates for Water Quality
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of Environmental Economics and Management 14(3): 248-67, 1987.

Dupont, D. & Renzetti, S. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Remedial Action Plan to


Improve Water Quality in the Great Lakes in Canada,” in R. Brouwer and D.
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Eisen-Hecht, J. & Kramer, R. “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Water Quality Protection in


the Catawba Basin,” Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38(2):
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Farber, S. & Griner, B. “Valuing Watershed Quality Improvements Using Conjoint


Analysis,” Ecological Economics 34(1): 63-76, 2000.

Farrow, S. & Toman, M. “Using Environmental Benefit-Cost Analysis to Improve


Government Performance,” Resources For the Future Discussion Paper 99-11,
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Fisher, A. & Raucher, R. “Improved Water Quality: Conceptual and Empirical


Perspectives,” in V. Smith (ed.) Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Volume 3
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1984.

Fisher, A. & Raucher, R. “Intrinsic Benefits of Improved Water Quality: Conceptual and
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Freeman, M. Air and Water Pollution Control: A Benefit-Cost Assessment N.Y: Wiley &
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Gardner, R. & Young, R. “An Economic Evaluation of the Colorado River Basin Salinity
Control Program,” Western Journal of Agricultural Economics 10(1): 1-12, 1985.

Gianessi, L. & Peskin, H. “The Distribution of the Costs of Federal Water Pollution
Control Policy,” Land Economics 56(1): 85-102, 1980.

Gramlich, F. “The Demand for Clean Water: The Case of the Charles River,” National
Tax Journal 30(6): 183-94, 1977.

Greenley, D., Walsh, R. & Young, R. “Option Value: Empirical Evidence from A Case
Study of Recreation of Water Quality,” Quarterly Journal of Economics 96(1):
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Greenley, D., Walsh, R. & Young, R. “Option Value: Empirical Evidence From A Case
Study of Recreation of Water Quality: Reply,” Quarterly Journal of Economics
100(1): 295-99, 1981.

Griffiths, C. & Wheeler, W. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Regulations Affecting Surface


Water Quality in the United States,” in R. Brouwer and D. Pearce (eds.), Cost-
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Grigalunas, T., et al. “Estimating the Cost of Oil Spills: Lessons from the Amoco Cadiz
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Hanley, N., Bell, D. & Alvarez-Farizo, B. “Valuing the Benefits of Coastal Water
Quality Improvements Using Contingent and Real Behaviour,” Environmental and
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Management 19(3): 199-208, 1984.

Hufschmidt, M. “Systematic Analysis of Water Pollution Control Options in a Suburban


Region of Beijing, China,” 178-92, from a report prepared by F. Guowei, Z.
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.

Hufschmidt, M. “The Name Pong Water Resources Project in Thailand,” 141-62, from a
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Jordan, J. & Elnagheeb, A. “Willingness to Pay for Improvements in Drinking Water


Quality,” Water Resources Research 29(2): 237-45, 1993.

Kim, K. Measurement of Water Quality at Work: Looking for Policy Implications of


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Kitabatake, Y. “Welfare Costs of Eutrophication-caused Production Losses: A Case of
Aquaculture in Lake Kasumigaura,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
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Kneese, A. “Costs of Water Quality Improvement, Transfer Functions, and Public


Policy,” in H. Peskin & E. Seskin (eds.) Cost-Benefit Analysis and Water Pollution
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Ko, J-Y., Day, J. Lane, R. & Day, J. “A Comparative Evaluation of Money-Based and
Energy-Based Cost-Benefit Analyses of Tertiary Municipal Wastewater Treatment
Using Forested Wetlands vs. Sand Filtration in Louisiana,” Ecological Economics
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Lee, D. “The Economics of Enforcing Pollution Taxation,” Journal of Environmental


Economics and Management 11(2): 147-60, 1984.

Lichtengerg, E. & Zilberman, D. “Efficient Regulation of Environmental Health Risks:


The Case of Groundwater Contamination in California,” Recherche Economics
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Luken, R., Johnson, F. & Kibler, V. “Benefits and Costs of Pulp and Paper Effluent
Controls Under the Clean Water Act,” Water Resources Research 28(3): 665-74,
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Luken, R. and L. Clark, “How Efficient Are National Environmental Standards? A


Benefit-Cost Analysis of the United States Experience,” Environmental and
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Mitchell, R. & Carson, R. Willingness to Pay for National Freshwater Quality


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Montgomery, M. & Needelman, M. “The Welfare Effects of Toxic Contamination in


Freshwater Fish,” Land Economics, 73(2): 211-23, 1997.

Morgan, C. and Owens, N. “Benefits of Water Quality Policies: The Chesapeake Bay,”
Ecological Economics 39(2): 271-84, 2001.

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Oster, S. “Survey Results of the Benefits of Water Pollution Abatement in the Merrimack
River Basin,” Water Resources Research 13(6): 882-84, 1977.

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Raucher, R. “A Conceptual Framework for Measuring the Benefits of Ground Water


Protection,” Water Resources Research 19(2): 320-26, 1983.

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Ribaudo, M. & Epp, D. “The Importance of Sample Discrimination in Using the Travel
Cost Method to Estimate the Benefits of Improved Water Quality,” Land
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Rinaudo, J. & Loubier, S. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Large-Scale Groundwater


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Smith, V. et al. “A Comparison of Direct and Indirect Methods for Estimating


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Quality,” Land Economics 61(3): 281-91, 1985.

Sutherland, R. “A Regional Approach to Estimating Recreation Benefits of Improved


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Yadav, S. & Wall, D. “Benefits-Cost Analysis of Best Management Practices
Implemented to Control Nitrate Contamination of Groundwater,” Water Resources
Research 34(3): 497-504, 1999.

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Aadland, D. & Caplan, J. “Willingness to Pay for Curbside Recycling with Detection and
Mitigation of Hypothetical Bias,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics
85(2): 492-502, 2003.

Aadland, D. & Caplan, J. “Household Valuation of Curbside Recycling,” Journal of


Environmental Planning and Management 42(6): 781-799, 1999.

Aadland, D. & Caplan, J. “Curbside Recycling: Waste Resources or Waste of


Resources,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 25(4): 855-874, 2006.

Ackerman, F. “Analyzing the True Costs of Packaging,” Biocycle 34(4): 68-70, 1993.

Arimah, B. “Willingness to Pay for Improved Environmental Sanitation in a Nigerian


City,” Journal of Environmental Management 48(2): 127-38, 1996.

Bingham, T. “Allocative and Distributive Effects of a Disposal Charge on Product


Packaging,” in D. Pearce & I. Walter Resource Conservation: Social and
Economic Dimensions of Recycling London: Macmillan, 1977.

Brisson, I. “The Costs and Benefits of Solid Waste Disposal,” Unpublished PhD,
University College, London University, 1996.

Brisson, I. “Assessing the ‘Waste Hierarchy,’ A Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of MSW


Management in the European Union, Paper Presented at the 7th. Annual
Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource
Economists (EAERE), Lisbon, June 27-9, 1996.

Brisson, I. and J. Powell, “The UK Landfill Tax,” in D. Helm (ed.) Environmental


Policy: Objectives, Instruments, and Implementation (Oxford and New York:
Oxford University Press, 2000), 260-280.

Caplan, A., Grijalva, T. & Jakus, P. “Waste Not or Want Not? A Contingent Ranking
Analysis of Curbside Waste Disposal Options,” Ecological Economics 43: 185-
197, 2002.

Dewees, D. & Hare, M. “Economic Analysis of Packaging Waste Reduction,” Canadian


Public Policy 24(4): 453-70, 1998.

Dinan, T. “Economic Efficiency Effects of Alternative Policies for Reducing Waste


Disposal,” Journal of Environmental Economic Management 25(3): 242-56, 1993.

European Commission. Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Different Municipal Solid Waste


Treatment Management Systems: Objects and Instruments for the Year 2000
Luxembourg and Lanham, MD: Office for Official Publications of the European
Union, 1997.

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Fullerton, D. & Kinnaman, T. “Garbage, Recycling, and Illicit Burning or Dumping,”
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29: 78-91, 1995.

Fullerton, D. & Kinnaman, T. “Household Responses to Pricing Garbage by the Bag,”


American Economic Review 86(4): 971-84, 1996.

Goddard, H. “The Benefits and Costs of Alternative Solid Waste Management Policies,”
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 13: 183-213, 1995.

Hanley, N. & Slark, R. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Paper Recycling: A Case Study and
Some General Principles,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
37(2): 189-97, 1994.

Ibenholt, K. & Lindhejm, H. “Costs and Benefits of Recycling Liquid Board Containers,”
Journal of Consumer Policy 26(3): 301-326, 2003.

Jakus, P., Tiller, K. & Park, W. “Generation of Recyclables by Rural Households,”


Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 21(1): 96-108, 1996.

Jenkins, R., The Economics of Solid Waste Reduction: The Impact of User Fees
Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar Press, 1993.

Judge, R. & Becker, A. “Motivating Recycling: A Marginal Cost Analysis,”


Contemporary Policy Issues 11(3): 58-68, 1993.

Kwak, S.-J., Yoo, S.-H. & Kim, C.-J. “Measuring the Economic benefits of Recycling:
The Case of the Waste Agricultural Film in Korea,” Applied Economics 36(13):
1445, 2004.

Lake, I., Bateman, I. & Parfitt, J. “Assessing a Curbside Recycling Scheme: A


Quantitative and Willingness to Pay Case Study,” Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management 46: 239-254, 1996.

Palmer, K., Sigman, H. & Walls, M. “The Cost of Reducing Municipal Solid Waste,”
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 33(2): 128-50, 1997.

Porter, R. “A Social Benefit-Cost Analysis of Mandatory Deposits on Beverage


Containers,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 5(4): 351-75,
1978.

Powell, J., Craighill, A., Parfitt, J. & Turner, K. “A Lifecycle Assessment and Economic
Valuation of Recycling,” Journal of Environmental Planning & Management
39(1): 97-113, 1996.

Roberts, R., Douglas, P. & Park, W. “Estimating External Costs of Municipal Landfill
Siting Through Contingent Valuation Analysis: A Case Study,” Southern Journal
of Agricultural Economics 1991, 55-165.

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Rose, D. “National Beverage Container Deposit Legislation: A Cost-Benefit Analysis,”
Journal of Environmental Systems 12(1): 71-84, 1982.

Sigman, H. “A Comparison of Public Policies for Lead Recycling,” Rand Journal of


Economics 26(3): 452-78, 1995.

Sigman, H. “The Effects of Hazardous Waste Taxes on Waste Generation and Disposal,”
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 30(2): 199-217, 1996.

Strathman, J., Rufolo, A. & Mildner, G. “The Demand for Solid Waste Disposal,” Land
Economics 71(1): 57-64, 1995.

Tiller, K., Jakus, P. & Park, W. “Household Willingness to Pay for Dropoff Recycling,”
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 22(2): 310, 1997.

Vigso, D. “Deposits on Single Use Containers – A Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of the


Danish Deposit System for Single Use Containers,” Waste Management &
Research 22(6): 477, 2004.

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Abala, D. “A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of the Willingness to Pay for


Recreational Services: A Case Study of Nairobi National Park,” Eastern Africa
Economic Review 3(2): 111-19, 1987.

Anderson, L. “Estimating the Benefits of Recreation under Conditions of Congestion:


Comments and Extension,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
7(1): 401-6, 1980.

Bateman, I. & Langford, I. “Non-Users Willingness to Pay for a National Park: An


Application and Critique of the Contingent Valuation Method,” Regional Studies
31(6): 571-82, 1997.

Bateman, I., Willis, K., Garrod, G., Doktor, P., Langford, I. & Turner, R. Recreation and
Environmental Preservation Value of the Norfolk Broads: A Contingent Valuation
Study Norfolk: Environmental Appraisal Group, University of East Anglia, 1992.

Beasley, S., Workman, W. & Williams, N. “Estimating Amenity Values of Urban Fringe
Farmland: A Contingent Valuation Approach: Note,” Growth and Change 17(4):
70-8, 1986.

Bell, F. “Recreational Benefits for the Atchafalaya River Basin,” Washington, D.C: U.S.
Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1981.

Bergstrom, J., Stoll, J., Titre, J. & Wright, V. “Economic Value of Wetlands-Based
Recreation,” Ecological Economics 2(2): 129-47, 1990.

Brander, L. & Koetse, M. “The Value of Urban Open Space: Meta-Analyses of


Contingent Valuation and Hedonic Pricing Results,” IVM Working Paper I. 07/03,
Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2007.

Breffle, W., Morey, E. & Lodder, T. “Using Contingent Valuation to Estimate a


Neighborhood’s Willingness to Pay to Preserve Undeveloped Urban Land,” Urban
Studies 35(4): 715-28, 1998.

Brookshire, D., Ives, B. & Schultze, W. “The Valuation of Aesthetic Preferences,”


Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 3(4): 325-46, 1976.

Brown, W., Sorhus, C., Chou-Yang, B. & Richards, J. “Using Individual Observations to
Estimate Recreation Demand Functions: A Caution,” American Journal of
Agricultural Economics 65(1): 154-57, 1983.

Bullock, C., Elston, D., & Chalmers, N. “An Application of Economic Choice
Experiments to a Traditional Land Use – Deer Hunting and Landscape Change in
the Scottish Highlands,” Journal of Environmental Management 52(4): 335-351,
1998.

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Burt, O. & Brewer, D. “Estimation of Net Social Benefits from Outdoor Recreation,”
Econometrica 39(5): 813-27, 1971.

Caulkins, P. Bishop, R. & Bouwes, N. Sr. “The Travel Cost Model for Lake Recreation:
A Comparison of Two Methods for Incorporating Site Quality and Substitution
Effects,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 68(2): 291-97, 1986.

Cesario, F. “Value of Time in Recreation Benefit Studies,” Land Economics 52(1): 32-
40, 1980.

Cicchetti, C. et al. “An Economic Evaluation of A Generalized Consumer Surplus


Measure: The Mineral King Controversy,” Econometrica 44(6): 1259-76, 1976.

Clawson, M. & Knetsch, J. Economics of Outdoor Recreation Baltimore, MD: Johns


Hopkins University Press, 1966.

Darling, A. “Measuring Benefits Generated by Urban Water Parks,” Land Economics


49(1): 22-34, 1973.

Del Saz-Salazar, S. & Garcia-Menendez, L. “The Nonmarket Benefits of Redeveloping


Dockland Areas for Recreational Purposes: The Case of Castellon, Spain,”
Environment and Planning A 35(12), 2115-29, 2003.

Daubert, J. & Young, R. “Recreational Demands for Maintaining Instream Flows: A


Contingent Valuation Approach,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics
63(4): 666-84, 1981.

Dupont, D. “CVM Embedding Effects When There Are Active, Potentially Active and
Passive Users of Environmental Goods,” Environmental and Resource Economics
25(3): 319-42, 2003.

Dwyer, J., Schroeder, H., Louviere, J. & Anderson, D. “Urbanites Willingness to Pay for
Trees and Forests in Recreation Areas,” Journal of Arboriculture 15(10): 247-52,
1989.

Eisworth, M., Englin, J., Fadali, E. & Shaw, D. “The Value of Water Levels in Water-
based Recreation: A Pooled Revealed Preference/Contingent Behavior Model,”
Water Resources Research 36(4): 1079-1086.

Fix, P. & Loomis, J. “Comparing the Economic Value of Mountain Biking Estimated
Using Revealed and Stated Preference,” Journal of Environmental Planning and
Management 41(2): 227-36, 1998.

Garrod, G. & Willis, K. “Estimating the Benefits of Environmental Enhancement: A Case


Study of the River Darent,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
39: 189-203, 1996.

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Grandstaff, S. & Dixon, J. “Evaluation of Lumpinee Public Park in Bangkok, Thailand,”
adapted from materials prepared by S, Eutrirak and S, Grandstaff in J. Dixon & M.
Hufschmidt (eds.) Economic Valuation Techniques for the Environment Baltimore
and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986, 121-40.

Gum, R. & Martin, E. “Problems and Solutions in Estimating the Demand for and Value
of Rural Outdoor Recreation,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 57(4):
558-66, 1975.

Hanley, N. “Valuing Rural Recreation Benefits: An Empirical Comparison of Two


Approaches,” Journal of Agricultural Economics 40(3): 361-74, 1989.

Hanley, N. & Knight, J. “Valuing the Environment: Recent UK Experience and an


Application to Green Belt Land,” Journal of Environmental Planning and
Management 35: 145-59, 1992.

Hanley, N., Koop, G., Wright, R. & Alvarez-Farizo, B. “Go Climb a Mountain: An
Application of Recreation Demand Models to Rock Climbing in Scotland,”
Journal of Agricultural Economics 52(1): 36-52, 2001.

Hanley, N., Wright, R. & Koop, G. “Modelling Recreation Demand Using Choice
Experiments: Climbing in Scotland,” Environmental and Resource Economics
22(3): 449-466, 2002.

Hanley, N., Bell, D. & Alvarez-Farizo, B. “Valuing the Benefits of Coastal Water
Quality Improvements Using Contingent and Real Behaviour,” Environmental and
Resource Economics 24(3): 273-, 2003.

Harris, B. & Meister, A. “The Use of Recreation Analysis in Resource Management: A


Case Study,” Journal of Environment Management 16(2): 117-24, 1983.

Hussain, S., Winrow-Giffin, A., Moran, D., Robinson, L., Fofana, A., Paramor, O. &
Frid, C. “An Ex Ante Ecological Assessment of the Benefits Arising from Marine
Protected Areas Designation in the U.K.,” Ecological Economics 69(4): 828-838,
2010.

Irwin, E. “The Effects of Open Space on Residential Property Values,” Land Economics
78(4): 465-80, 2002.

Krutilla, J. & Cichetti, C. “Evaluating Benefits of Environmental Resources with Special


Application to Hells Canyon,” Natural Resource Journal 12(2): 1-29, 1972.

Lindsay, G. and Knaap, G. “Willingness to Pay for Urban Greenway Projects,” Journal
of the American Planning Association 65(3): 44-51, 1999.

Loomis, J. “Balancing Public Trust Resources of Mono Lake and L.A.'s Water Right: An
Economic Approach,” Water Resources Research, 23(8): 1449-56, 1987.

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Loomis, J. “Monetizing Benefits Under Alternative River Recreation Use Allocation
System,” Water Resources Research 6(1): 28-32, 1980.

Loomis, J. “Measuring the Economic Benefits of Removing Dams and Restoring the
Elwha River: Results of a Contingent Value Survey,” Water Resources Research
32: 441-47, 1996.

Loomis, J., Sorg, C. & Donnelly, M. “Evaluating Regional Demand Models for
Estimating Recreation Use and Economic Benefits: A Case Study,” Water
Resources Research 22(4): 431-38, 1986.

Loomis, J., Walsh, R. & McKean, J. “The Opportunity Costs of Redwood National Park:
Comment and Elaboration,” Contemporary Policy Issues 3(2): 103-7, 1984-5.

McConnell, K., “Some Problems in Estimating the Demand for Outdoor Recreation,”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 57(2): 330-34, 1975.

McConnell, K. “Some Problems in Estimating the Demand for Outdoor Recreation:


Reply,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(3): 598-99, 1976.

McConnell, K. “Congestion and Willingness to Pay: A Case Study of Beach Use,” Land
Economics 53(2): 185-95, 1977

McMillan, M. “Measuring the Benefits Generated by Urban Water Parks: Comment,”


Land Economics 51(4): 379-81, 1975.

Mendelsohn, R. “An Application of the Hedonic Travel Cost Framework for Recreation
Modeling to the Valuation of Deer,” Advances in Applied Microeconomics 3: 89-
101, 1984.

Mendelsohn, R. & Markowski, M. “The Impact of Climate Change on Outdoor


Recreation,” in R. Mendelsohn and J.E. Neumann (eds.) The Impact of Climate
Change on the United States Economy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
2004, 267-288.

Menz, F. & Mullin, J. “Expected Encounters and Willingness to Pay for Outdoor
Recreation,” Land Economics 57(1): 33-40, 1981.

Mercer, E., Kramer, R., & Sharma, N. “Rainforest Tourism: Estimating the Benefits of
Tourism Development in a New National Park in Madagascar,” Journal of Forest
Economics 1(12): 239-269, 1995.

Morey, E. “The Choice of Ski Areas: Estimation of a Generalized CES Preference


Ordering with Characteristics,” Review of Economics and Statistics 66(4): 584-90,
1984.

Morey, E. “The Demand for Site-Specific Recreational Activities: A Characteristic


Approach,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 8(4): 345-71,
1981.

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Raybould, M. & Mules, T. “A Cost-Benefit Study of Protection of the Northern Beaches
of Australia’s Gold Coast,” Tourism Economics 5(2): 121-139, 1999.

Richer, J. “Willingness to Pay for Desert Protection,” Contemporary Economic Policy


13(4): 93-104, 1995.

Schroeder, T. “The Relationship of Local Public Park and Recreation Services to


Residential Property Values,” Journal of Leisure Research 14(3): 223-34, 1982.

Schulze, W. & Brookshire, D. “The Economic Benefits of Preserving Visibility in the


National Parklands of the Southwest,” Natural Resources Journal 23(1): 124-33,
1983.

Shaw, W. & Jakus, P. “Travel Cost Models of the Demand for Rock Climbing,”
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 25: 133-142, 1996.

Silberman, J., Gerlowski, D., & Williams, N. “Estimating Existence Values for Users and
Nonusers of New Jersey Beaches,” Land Economics 68(2): 225-236, 1992.

Stoll, J. “Recreational Activities and Non-Market Valuation: The Conceptualization


Issue,” Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 15(2): 119-25, 1983.

Smith, V.K., Poulos, C. & Kim, H. “Treating Open Space as an Urban Amenity,”
Resource and Energy Economics 24(1,2): 107-29, 2002.

Thomas, D., Ayache, F., & Hollis, G. “Use and Non-use Values in the Conservation of
Ichkeul National Park, Tunisia,” Environmental Conservation 18: 119-30, 1991.

Van der Heide C.M., van den Bergh, J., van Icerland, E. & Nunes, P. “Economic
Valuation of Habitat Defragmentation: A Study of the Veluwe, the Netherlands”
Ecological Economics 67(2): 205-21, 2008.

Walker, J. “Tall Trees, People, and Politics: The Opportunity Costs of the Redwood
National Park,” Contemporary Policy Issues 0(5): 22-29, 1984.

Walsh, R., Ericson, R., Arosteguy, D. & Hansen, M. “An Empirical Application of a
Model for Estimating the Recreation Value of Instream Flow,” Fort Collins, CO:
Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Colorado State University, 1980.

Walsh, R., Aukerman, R. & Milton, R. “Measuring Benefits and the Economic Value of
Water in Recreation on High Country Reservoirs,” Fort Collins, CO: Colorado
Water Resources Research Institute, Colorado State University, 1980.

Willis, K. “Pricing Public Parks,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management


46(1): 3-18, 2003.

Willis, K. & Benson, J. “A Comparison of User Benefits and Costs of Nature


Conservation at Three Nature Reserves,” Regional Studies 22(5): 417-28, 1988.

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Willis, K. & Garrod, G. “Valuing Landscape: A Contingent Valuation Approach,”
Journal of Environmental Management 37(1): 1-22, 1993.

Wilman, E. “Hedonic Prices and Beach Recreation Values,” in V. Smith (ed.) Advances
in Applied Microeconomics, Volume 1 Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1981.

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Adamowicz, W. “Economic Analysis of Hunting of Selected Big Game Species in the


Eastern Slopes of Alberta,” Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, 1983.

Ando, A. “Delay on the Path to the Endangered Species List: Do Costs and Benefits
Matter?” Resources for the Future Discussion Paper 97-43, July 1997.

Barbier, E. “Sustainable Use of Wetlands. Valuing Tropical Wetland Benefits: Economic


Methodologies and Applications,” The Geographical Journal 159(1): 22-33,
1993.

Barbier, E. “Valuing Environmental Functions: Tropical Wetlands,” Land Economics


70(2): 155-173, 1994.

Bateman, I. & Langford, I. “Non-User’s Willingness to Pay for a National Park: An


Application and Critique of the Contingent Valuation Method,” Regional Studies
31(6): 571-82, 1997.

Bateman, I., Willis, K., Garrod, G., Doktor, P., Langford, I. & Turner, R. Recreation and
Environmental Preservation Value of the Norfolk Broads: A Contingent
Valuation Study Technical Report, Norwich: Environmental Appraisal Group,
University of East Anglia, 1992.

Batie, S. & Mabbs-Zeno, C. “Opportunity Costs of Preserving Coastal Wetlands: A Case


Study of a Recreational Housing Development,” Land Economics 61(1): 1-9, 1985.

Batie, S. & Shabman, L. “Estimating the Economic Value of Wetlands: Principles,


Method, and Limitations,” Coastal Zone Management Journal 10(3): 255-78,
1982.

Beaumont, N., Austen, M., Mangi, S. & Townsend, M. “Economic Valuation for the
Conservation of Marine Biodiversity,” Marine Pollution Bulletin 56(3): 386-396,
2008.

Bennett, J. “Using Direct Questioning to Value the Existence Benefits of Preserved


Natural Areas,” Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 28(2-3): 136-152,
1984.

Bishop, R. & Boyle, K. “Valuing Wildlife in Benefit-Cost Analysis: A Case Study


Involving Endangered Species,” Water Resources Research 23(5): 943-50, 1987.

Bockstael, N. & McConnell, K. “Theory and Estimation of the Household Production


Function for Wildlife Recreation,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management 8(3): 199-214, 1981.

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Bonnieux, F. & Le Goffe, P. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Landscape Restoration: A Case-
Study in Western France,” in S. Dabbert, A., Dubgaard, L. Slangen & W. Whitby
(eds.), The Economics of Landscape and Wildlife Conservation Oxford, UK: CAB
International, 1998.

Bowker, J. & Stoll, J. “Use of Dichotomous Choice Nonmarket Methods to Value the
Whooping Crane Resource,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(2):
327-81, 1988.

Boyle, K. & Bishop, R. “Valuing Wildlife in Benefit-Cost Analyses: A Case Study


Involving Endangered Species,” Water Resources Research 23(5): 943-50, 1987.

Brander, L., Florax, R., Vermaat, J. “The Empirics of Wetland Valuation: A


Comprehensive Summary and a Meta-Analysis of the Literature,” Environmental
and Resource Economics 33(2): 223-250, 2006.

Brander, L., Beukering van, P. & Cesar, H. “The Recreational Value of Coral Reefs: A
Meta-Analysis,” Ecological Economics 63: 209-218, 2007.

Brookshire, D., Eubanks, L., & Randall, A. “Estimating Option Prices and Existence
Values for Wildlife Resources,” Land Economics 59(1): 1-15, 1983.

Brouwer, R. & Slangen, L. “Contingent Valuation of the Public Benefits of Agricultural


Wildlife Management: The Case of Dutch Peat Meadow Land,” European Review
of Agricultural Economics 25(1): 53-72, 1998.

Brouwer, R., Langford, I., Bateman, I. & Turner, R. “A Meta-Analysis of Wetland


Contingent Valuation Studies,” Regional Environmental Change 1(1): 47-57,
1999.

Brouwer, R., van Beukering, P. & Sultanian, E. “The Impact of the Bird Flu on Public
Willingness to Pay for the Protection of Migratory Birds,” Ecological Economics
64(3): 575-585, 2008.

Brown, G. Jr. & Goldstein, J. “A Model for Valuing Endangered Species,” Journal of
Environmental Economics and Management 11(4): 303-9, 1984.

Brown, G. & Pollakowski, H. “Economic Valuation of Shoreline,” Review of Economics


and Statistics 59(3): 272-78, 1977.

Brown, G. Jr. & Shogren, J. “Economics of the Endangered Species Act,” Journal of
Economic Perspectives 12(3): 3-20, 1998.

Bulte, E. & van Kooten, G. “Economics of Antipoaching Enforcement and the Ivory
Coast Ban,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(2): 453-66, 1998.

Carson, R., Wilks, L., & Imber, D. “Valuing the Preservation of Australia’s Kakadu
Conservation Zone,” Oxford Economic Papers 46(5): 727-749, 1994.

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Chambers, C. & Whitehead, J. “A Contingent Valuation Estimate of the Benefits of
Wolves in Minnesota,” Environmental and Resource Economics 26(2): 249-68,
2003.

Chase, L., Lee, D., Schulze, W., & Anderson, D. “Ecotourism Demand and Differential
Pricing of National Park Access in Costa Rica,” Land Economics 74(4): 466-482,
1998.

Cicia, G., D’Ercole, E. & Marino, D. “Costs and Benefits of Preserving Farm Animal
Genetic Resources from Extinction: CVM and Bio-Economic Model for Valuing a
Conservation Program for the Italian Pentro Horse,” Ecological Economics 45(3):
445-459, 2003.

Clayton, C. & Mendelsohn, R. “The Value of Watchable Wildlife: A Case Study of


McNeil River,” Journal of Environmental Management 39(2): 101-6, 1993.

Cocheba D. “Wildlife Valuation: The Collective Good Aspect of Hunting,” Land


Economics 54(4): 490-504, 1978.

Cory, D. & Martin, W. “Valuing Wildlife for Efficient Multiple Use: Elk versus Cattle,”
Western Journal of Agricultural Economics 10(2): 282-93, 1985.

Costanza, R., d'Arge, R., de Groot, R., Farber, S., Grasso, M., Hannon, B., Limburg, K.,
Naeem, S., O'Neill, R., Paruelo, J., Raskin, R., Sutton, P. & van den Belt, M. “The
Value of the World's Ecosystem Services and Natural Capital,” Nature 387(6630):
253-60, 1997.

Costanza, R., d'Arge, R., de Groot, R., Farber, S., Grasso, M., Hannon, B., Limburg, K.,
Naeem, S., O'Neill, R., Paruelo, J., Raskin, R., Sutton, P. & van den Belt, M. "The
Value of the World's Ecosystem Services and Natural Capital,” Ecological
Economics 25(1): 3-15, 1998.

Dangler, H. “Wilderness Water Rights Protected Where Not in Conflict with Purposes of
National Forest in Colorado,” Natural Resources Journal 27(2): 441-56, 1987.

Daubert, S., Dubgaard, A., Slangen, L. & Whitby, W. (eds). The Economics of Landscape
and Wildlife Conservation Oxford: CAB International, 1998.

Decker, D. & Goff, G. Valuing Wildlife: Economic and Social Perspectives (Boulder,
CO: Westview Press, 1987).

Farber, S. & Costanza, R. “The Economic Value of Wetland Systems,” Journal of


Environmental Management 24: 41-51, 1987.

Farber, S. “The Value of Costal Wetlands for Protection of Property Against Hurricane
Wind Damage,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 14(2):
143-51, 1987.

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Flaaten, O. & Stollery, K. “The Economic Cost of Biological Predation,” Environment
and Resource Economics 8(1): 75-95, 1996.

Folke, C. “The Societal Value of Wetland Life Support,” in Folke, C., & Kaberger, T.,
(eds.), Linking the Natural Environment and the Economy: Essays from the Eco-
Group Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 1991.

Gren, I-M. “The Value of Investing in Wetlands for Nitrogen Abatement,” European
Review of Agricultural Economics 22(2): 157-72, 1995.

Gren, I-M., Folke, C., Turner, R., & Bateman, I. “Primary and Secondary Values of
Wetland Ecosystems,” Environmental and Resource Economics 4(1): 55-74, 1994.

Guidin, R. “Wilderness Costs in New England,” Journal of Forestry 78(9): 548-52, 1980.

Guldin, R. “Predicting Costs of Eastern National Forest Wilderness,” Journal of Leisure


Research 13(2): 112-28, 1981.

Hagen, D., Vincent, J. & Welle, P. “Benefits of Preserving Old Growth Forests and the
Spotted Owl,” Contemporary Policy Issues 10(1): 13-26, 1992.

Halstead, J., Lindsay, B. & Brown, C. “Use of the Tobit Model in Contingent Valuation:
Experimental Evidence from the Pemigewaset Wilderness Area,” Journal of
Environmental Management 33: 79-89, 1991.

Hanley, N. “The Economics of Landscape and Wildlife Conservation,” S. Dabbert, A.


Dubgaard, L. Slangen & W. Whitby (eds.), Carfax Publishing Company, Oxford,
CAB International, 1998.

Hanley, N., Kirkpatrick, H., Oglethorpe, D. & Simpson, I. “The Provision of Public
Goods from Agriculture: Modeling the ‘Provider Gets Principle’ for Moorland
Conservation in Scotland,” Land Economics 74(1): 102-13, 1998.

Hanley, N., MacMillan, D., Wright R., Bullock, C., Simpson, I., Parsisson, D. &
Crabtree, B., “Contingent Valuation vs. Choice Experiments: Estimating the
Benefits of Environmentally Sensitive Areas in Scotland,” Journal of Agricultural
Economics 49(1): 1-15, 1998.

Hay, M. & McConnell, K. “An Analysis of Participation in Non-Consumptive Wildlife


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Elvik, R. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Ambulance and Rescue Helicopters in Norway:
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Etchells, E., McLeod, R., Geerts, W., Barton, P. & Detsky, A. “Economic Analysis of
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Gill, M., Murday, V., and Slack, J. “An Economic Appraisal of Screening for Down’s
Syndrome in Pregnancy Using Maternal Age and Serum Alpha-Fetoprotein
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Ginsberg, G., Berger, S. & Shouval, D. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Nationwide


Inoculation Programme Against Viral Hepatitis B in an Area of Intermediate
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Ginsberg, G., Slater, P. & Shouval, D. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of an Infant Immunization


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Swint, M. & Nelson, W. “Prospective Evaluation of Alcoholism Rehabilitation Efforts:


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Votey, H. Jr. “Crime in Sweden: Causality, Control Effects and Economic Efficiency,”
in V. Smith (ed.) Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Volume 3 Greenwich, CT:
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Zarkin, G., Lindrooth, R., Demiralp, B. & Weshsberg, W. “The Cost and Cost-
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Abouchar, A. “How Do We Price America's Highways?” Challenge 30(2): 52-54, 1987.

Alexander, D. “Motor Carrier Deregulation and Highway Safety: An Empirical


Analysis,” Southern Economic Journal 59(1): 28-36, 1987.

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Anguera, R. “The Channel Tunnel—An Ex Post Economic Evaluation,” Transportation


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Austin, D. & Dinan, T. “Clearing the Air: The Costs and Consequences of Higher CAFE
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Begg, H. & Mills, G. “An Economic Assessment of the Tay Road Bridge (Scotland),”
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Beggs, S., Cardell, S. & Housman, J. “Assessing the Potential Demand for Electric Cars,”
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Berechman, J. “Costs, Economies of Scale and Factor Demand in Bus Transport: An


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Brems, H. “Light Rail Transit: Cost and Output,” Journal of Urban Economics 7(1): 20-
30, 1980.

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Brent, R. “Imputing Weights Behind Past Railway Closure Decisions Within a Cost-
Benefit Framework,” Applied Economics 7(2): 157-70, 1979.

Caffee, J., Winston, C. & Stemski, R. “Econometric Issues in Estimating Consumer


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Chalk, A. “Market Forces and Commercial Aircraft Safety,” Journal of Industrial


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Cheng, Y-H. “High-Speed Rail In Taiwan: New Experience and Issues for Future
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Chomitz, K. & Lave, C. “Part-Time Labour, Work Rules and Urban Transit Costs,”
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Claybrook, J. & Bollier, D. “The Hidden Benefits of Regulation: Disclosing the Auto
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Clotfelter, C. & Hahn, J. “Assessing the 55 MPH Speed Limit,” Policy Sciences 9(3):
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Conybeare, J. “Evaluation of Automobile Safety Regulations: The Case of Compulsory


Seat Belt Legislation in Australia,” Policy Sciences 12(1): 27-39, 1980.

Crandall, R., Gruenspecht, H., Keeler, T. & Lave, L. Regulating the Automobile
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Davidson, B. “A Benefit-Cost Analysis of the New South Wales Railway System,"


Australian Economic History Review 22(2): 127-50, 1982.

De Borger, B. "Cost and Productivity in Regional Bus Transportation: The Belgian


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Delucchi, M. “Environmental Externalities of Motor-Vehicle Use in the US,” Journal of


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Department for Transport. Value of Travel Time Savings in the UK London: Department
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Devlin, R. “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of No-Fault Automobile Insurance,” The Laurier


Institute for Business and Economic Studies Occasional Papers 1989-3, 1989.

De Wees, D., “The Effect of A Subway on Residential Property Values in Toronto,”


Journal of Urban Economics 3(4): 357-69, 1976.

Dodgson, J. "Benefits of Changes in Urban Public Transport Subsidies in Major


Australian Cities," Economic Record 62(177): 224-35, 1986.

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Integration of Allocational, Distributional and Public Finance Issues,” Journal of
Transport Economics and Policy 21(1): 57-71, 1987.

Dodgson, J. & Gonzalez, S. “Efficiency in Public Resource Allocation: The Social


Appraisal of Projects,” International Journal of Transport Economics 25(2): 221-
42, 1998.

El-Hifnawi, M. “Cross-Town Bus Routes as a Solution for Decentralized Travel: A Cost-


Benefit Analysis for Monterrey, Mexico,” Transportation Research Part A 36(2):
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Elvik, R. “How Would Setting Policy Priorities According to Cost-Benefit Analyses


Affect the Provision of Road Safety?” Accident Analysis and Prevention 35(4):
557-561, 2003.

Fathy, E. & Abdelkader, L. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Railway Electrification: Case


Study For Cairo-Alexandria Railway,” Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal
18(4): 323-33, 2000.

Felton, R. & Anderson, D. (eds.) Regulation and Deregulation of the Motor Carrier
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Forester, T., McNown, R. & Singell, L. “A Cost- Benefit Analysis of the 55 MPH Speed
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Forkenbrock, D. & Hanley, P. “Benefits, Costs, and Financing of Truck-Only Highway


Lanes,” Journal of Transportation Research Forum 44(2): 99-109, 2005.

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Freeman, A. III. “The Incidence of the Costs of Controlling Automotive Air Pollution,”
in F. Juster (ed.) The Distribution of Economic Well-Being Cambridge, MA:
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Garber, S. & Graham, J. “The Effects of the New 65 Mile-per-Hour Speed Limit on
Rural Highways Fatalities: A State-by-State Analysis,” Accident Analysis and
Prevention 22(2): 137-49, 1990.

Gardner, B. & Goss, R. “Lifeboats vs. Inflatable Liferafts: A Comparison of Costs and
Benefits,” in R. Goss (ed.) Advances in Maritime Economics Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press, 1977, 247-87.

Gaunt, C. & Black, T. “The Economic Cost of Taxicab Regulation: The Case of
Brisbane,” Economic Analysis & Policy 26(1): 45-58, 1990.

Giles, M. “The Cost of Road Crashes: A Comparison of Methods and Recent Australian
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Goss, R. & Vanags, A. “The Costs and Benefits of Navigational Aids in Port
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Graham, J. & Garber, S. “Evaluating the Effects of Automobile Safety Regulation,”


Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 2(2): 06-24, 1984.

Graves, S., Horwitch, M. & Bowman, E. “Deep-Draft Dredging of U.S. Coal Ports: A
Cost-Benefit Analysis,” Policy Sciences 17:153-78, 1984.

Greene, D. & Duleep, K. “Costs and Benefits of Automotive Fuel Economy


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Hahn, R. “The Economics of Airline Safety and Security: An Analysis of the White
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Hahn, R., Tetlock, P. & Burnett, J. “Should You Be Allowed to Use Your Cellular Phone
While Driving?” Regulation 23(3): 46-56.

Hanke, S. & Walker, R. "Benefit-Cost Analysis Reconsidered: An Evaluation of the Mid-


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Hansen, B. & Tourk, K. “The Suez Canal Project to Accommodate Super-Tankers,”


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Haughton, J. & Sarkar, S. “Gasoline Tax as a Corrective Tax: Estimates for the United
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Extended Set of Considerations in a Toll Road Context,” Transport Policy 11(2):
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Hopkins, T. & Threadgill, G. “Crash Protection for Auto Occupants,” in J. Miller & B.
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Jara-Diaz, S. & Friezz, T. “Measuring the Benefits Derived from A Transportation
Investment,” Transportation Review 6: 57-77, 1982.

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Kanemoto, Y. “Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Second Best Land Use for Transportation,”
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Khan, A. & Poulton, M. “Decision Theory, Transportation Planning and the Evaluation
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Kim, T. & Kim, J. “Issues in Building A National Transportation Development Model:
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Srinivasan, R. “Supply and Demand Model for Shorthaul Air Services in India,” Journal
of Quantitative Economics 41(1): 8-41, 1986.

St. Seidenfus, H. “European Ports in the Context of the World Economy and the
European Economy: Changes in Sea Transport,” International Journal of
Transportation Economics 14(2): 133-38, 1987.

Strazzera, E., Scarpa, R., Calia, P. Garrod, G. and Willis, K. “Modelling Zero Values and
Protest Responses in Contingent Valuation Surveys,” Applied Economics 35(2):
133-38, 2003.

Swoveland, C. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Proposed Runway Extension,” Management


Science 27(2): 155-73, 1981.

Talley, W. & Anderson, E. “An Urban Transit Firm Providing Transit, Paratransit and
Contracted-Out Services: A Cost Analysis,” Journal of Transport Economics and
Policy 20(3): 353-68, 1986.

Taylor, D. “The Economic Effects of the Direct Regulation of the Taxicab Industry in
Metropolitan Toronto,” Logistics and Transportation Review 25(2): 169-182,
1989.

Taylor, S. & Wright, R. “An Economic Evaluation of Calgary's North-East Light Rail
Transit System,” Logistics and Transportation Review 19(4): 351-65, 1983.

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, An Economic Analysis of the Environmental
Impact of Highway Deicing EPA-600/2-76-105 by D. Murray and U. Ernst,
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1976.

Van Wee, B., van den Brink, R. & Nijland, H. “Environmental Impacts of High-Speed
Rail Links in Cost-Benefit Analyses: A Case Study of the Dutch Zuider Zee Line,”
Transportation Research Part D 8: 299-314: 299-314.

Veisten, K., Elvik, R. & Bax, C. “Assessing Conceptions of Cost-Benefit Analysis


among Road Safety Decision-Makers: Misunderstandings or Disputes?” Impact
Assessment and Project Appraisal 28(1): 57-67, 2010.

Viscencio-Brambila, H. & Fuller, S. “Estimated Effects of Deepened U.S. Gulf Ports on


Export-Grain Flow Pattern and Logistics Costs,” Logistics and Transportation
Review 23(2): 139-54, 1987.

Vitaliano, D. & Held, J. “Marginal Cost Road Damage User Charges,” The Quarterly
Review of Economics and Business 30(2): 32-49, 1990

Viton, P. “On the Economics of Rapid-Transit Operations,” Transportation Research


Part A 14(40): 243-53, 198.

Viton, P. “Equilibrium Short-Run-Marginal-Cost Pricing of a Transport Facility: The


Case of the San Francisco Bay Bridge,” Journal of Transport Economics and
Policy 14(2): 185-203, 1980.

Viton, P. “Consolidation of Scale and Scope in Urban Transit,” Regional Science and
Urban Economics, 22(1): 25-49, 1992.Viton, P. “Private Roads,” Journal of Urban
Economics 37(3): 260-89, 1995.

Wabe, S. & Coles, O. “The Short and Long Run Cost of Bus Transport in Urban Areas,”
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 9(2): 127-40, 1975.

Walters, A. “Investment in Airports and the Economists' Role; JFK International Airport:
An Example and Some Comparisons,” in J. Wolfe (ed.), Cost-Benefit and Cost-
Effectiveness Studies in Analysis London: Allan and Unwin, 1973.

Walters, A. “The Benefits of Minibuses: The Case of Kuala Lumpur,” Journal of


Transport Economics and Policy 13(3): 320-34, 1979.

Wardman, M. “The Value of Travel Time: A Review of British Evidence,” Journal of


Transport Economics and Policy 32(3): 285-317, 1998.

Wardman, M. “A Review of British Evidence on Time and Quality Valuations,”


Transportation Research, Part E, Logistics & Transportation Review 37(2,3): 107,
2001.

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Wardman, M. “Demand for Rail Travel and the Effects of External Factors,”
Transportation Research, Part E, Logistics & Transportation Review 42(3): 129-
148, 2006.

Waters, W. “Investment Criteria and the Expansion of Major Airports in Canada,”


Canadian Public Policy 3(1): 23-35, 1977.

Waters, W. & Meyers, S. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Toll Highway: British Columbia's


Coquihalla,” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 28(1): 434-43, 1987.

Watson, G., Zador, P. & Wilks, A. “The Repeal of Helmet Use Laws and Increased
Motorcyclist Mortality in the United States, 1975-1978,” American Journal of
Public Health 70: 579-85, 1980.

West, S. & Williams, R. “The Cost of Reducing Gasoline Consumption,” American


Economic Review 95(2): 294-299, 2005.

Wheaton, W. “Residential Decentralization Land Rents and the Benefits of Urban


Transportation Investment,” American Economic Review 67(2): 136-43, 1977.

White, P. “The Benefits of Minibuses: A Comment,” Journal of Transport Economics


and Policy 15(1): 77-79, 1981.

White, P. “Bus Deregulation: A Welfare Balance Sheet,” Journal of Transport


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Wijnen, W., Wesemann, P. & de Blaeij, A. “Valuation of Road Safety Effects in Cost-
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Williams, H. “Travel Demand Models, Duality Relations and User Benefit Analysis,”
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Wilson, H. “The Cost of Operating Buses in U.S. Cities,” Journal of Transport


Economics and Policy 11(1): 68-91, 1977.

Windle, R. & Dresner, M. “Mandatory Child Safety Seats in Air Transport: Do They
Save Lives?” Transportation Research Forum 31(2): 309-16, 1991.

Winston, C. “Conceptual Developments in the Economics of Transportation: An


Interpretative Study,” Journal of Economic Literature 23: 57-94, 1985.

Winston, C. “Government Failure in Urban Transportation,” Fiscal Studies 21(4): 403-


25, 2000.

Winston, C., Corsi, T., Grimm, C. & Evans, C. The Economic Effects of Surface Rate
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Woolley, P. “C-B Analysis of the Concorde Project,” Journal of Transport Economics


and Policy 6(3): 225-239, 1972.

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Yun, J. “Offsetting Behavior Effects of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy
Standards,” Economic Inquiry 40(2): 260-70, 2002.

Zamparini, L. & Reggiani, A. “Freight Transport and the Value of Travel Time Savings:
A Meta-Analysis of Empirical Studies,” Transport Reviews 27(5): 621-636, 2007.

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Anand, S. & Nalebuff, B., “Issues in the Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis to Energy
Projects in Developing Countries,” Oxford Economic Papers 39(1): 190-222, 1987.

Arsenault, E., Bernard, J-T. & Genest-Laplante, E. “Hydro-Quebec Energy Saving


Programs: “Watt” Are They Worth?” Resources and Energy Economics 18(1): 65-
82, 1996.

Austin, D. & Dinan, T. “Clearing the Air: The Costs and Consequences of Higher CAFE
Standards and Increased Gasoline Taxes,” Journal of Environmental Economics
and Management 50(3): 562-582, 2005.

Barzelay, M. & Pearson, S. “The Efficiency of Producing Alcohol for Energy in Brazil,”
Economic Development and Cultural Change 31(1): 131-44, 1982.

Bird, P. “The Economics of Energy Conservation Through Top-Up Loft Insulation,”


Energy Policy 13(2): 179-88, 1985.

Boyd, R., Krutilla, K., & Viscusi, K. “Energy Taxation as a Policy Instrument to Reduce
CO2 Emissions: A Net Benefit Analysis,” Journal of Environmental Economics
and Management 29(1): 1-24, 1995.

Burkhart, L. “Conservation Program Cost-Benefit Analysis—Choosing Among Options,”


Public Utilities Fortnightly 125(7): 41-44, 1990.

Burwell, C. & Phung, D. “On the Energy Cost-Effectiveness of Electric Home Heating,”
Public Utilities Fortnightly 113(6): 26-31, 1984.

Caves, D., Christensen, L., Hendricks, W. & Schoech, P. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of


Residential Time of Use Rates: A Case Study of Four Illinois Utilities,” Electric
Ratemaking 1: 40-46, 1982-3.

Chao, H. & Manne, A. “An Integrated Analysis of U.S. Oil Stockpiling Policies,” in
James L. Plummer (ed.) Energy Vulnerability Cambridge, MA: Ballinger
Publishing, 1982, 59-82.

Cicchetti, C. “The Trans Alaska Pipeline: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Alternatives,” in R.


Haveman, et al. (eds.) Benefit-Cost and Policy Analysis, 1973 Chicago, IL: Aldine
Publishing, 1974, 110-43.

Clinch, J. & Healy, J. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Domestic Energy Efficiency,” Energy


Policy 29(2): 113-24, 2001.

Clinch, J. & Healy, J. “Domestic Energy Efficiency in Ireland: Correcting Market


Failure,” Energy Policy 28(1): 1-8, 2000.

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Cox, A. & Gilbert, R. “An Economic Evaluation of the Costs and Benefits of Diablo
Canyon,” in R.J. Gilbert (ed.) Regulatory Choices Berkeley, CA: University of
California Press, 1991, 260-89.

Cox, A., Blumstein, C. & Gilbert, R. “Wind Power in California,” in R. Gilbert (ed.)
Regulatory Choices Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1991, 347-74.

da Motta, S. & da Rocha Ferreira, L. “The Brazilian National Alcohol Programme,”


Energy Economics 10(3): 229-34, 1988.

DeLuchi, M., Johnston, R. & Sperling, D. Methanol vs. Natural Gas Vehicles: A
Comparison of Resource Supply, Performance, Emissions, Fuel Storage, Safety,
Costs and Transitions SAE Technical Paper Series No. 881656, prepared for
International Fuels and Lubricants Meeting, Portland, OR, 100-13, Warrendale,
PA: Society of Automotive Engineers, 1988.

Dixon, J. “Selected Policy Options for Fuelwood Production and Use in the Philippines,”
from materials prepared by E. Hyman in J. Dixon & M. Hufschmidt (eds.)
Economic Valuation Techniques For the Environment Baltimore and London: The
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986, 163-77.

Doane, M., Hartman, R. & Woo, C. “Household’s Perceived Value or Service Reliability:
An Analysis of Contingent Valuation Data,” Energy Journal 9(0): 135-40, 1988.

Duke, R., & Kammen, D. “The Economics of Energy Market Transformation Programs,”
Energy Journal 20(4): 15-64, 1999.

El-Sayed, M. “Substitution Potential of Wind Energy in Egypt,” Energy Policy 30(8):


681-89, 2002.

European Commission. ExternE – Externalities of Energy Brussels, 1998.

Frieden, B. & Baker, L. “The Market Needs Help: The Disappointing Record of Home
Energy Conservation,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 2(3): 432-48,
1983.

Friedman, L. & Hausker, K. “Residential Energy Consumption: Models of Consumer


Behavior and Their Implications for Rate Design,” Journal of Consumer Policy
11(3): 287-313, 1988.

Geller, H. “Ethanol Fuel from Sugar Cane in Brazil,” Annual Review of Energy 10: 135-
64, 1995.

Gilbert, R. & Henly, J. “The Value of Rate Reform in a Competitive Electric Power
Market,” in R. Gilbert (ed.) Regulatory Choices Berkeley, CA: University of
California Press, 1991, 84-119.

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Grandstaff, S. “Tongonan Geothermal Power Plant Project in Leyte, Philippines,” from
materials prepared by B. Balagot in J. Dixon & M. Hufschmidt (eds.) Economic
Valuation Techniques For the Environment Baltimore and London: The Johns
Hopkins University Press, 1986, 83-101.

Hartman, R. “An Analysis of Department of Energy Residential Appliance Efficiency


Standards,” Energy Journal 2(2): 49-70, 1981.

Hartman, R. & Doane, M. “The Estimation of the Effects of Utility-Sponsored


Conservation Programmes,” Applied Economics 18(1): 1-25, 1986.

Hassett, K. & Metcalf, G. “Energy Tax Credits and Residential Conservation Investment:
Evidence from Panel Data,” Journal of Public Economics 57(2): 201-217, 1995.

Hausman, J. & Joskow, P. “Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Appliance Efficiency
Standards,” American Economic Review 72(2): 220-25, 1982.

Hausman, J. “Individual Discount Rates and the Purchase and Utilization of Energy
Using Durables,” Bell Journal of Economics 10(1): 33-54, 1979.

Hirshhorn, R. A Case Study: Energy Consumption Labeling of Refrigerators Ottawa:


Minister of Supply and Services, 1979.

Horwich, G. & Weimer, D. Oil Price Shocks, Market Response and Contingency
Planning Washington, D.C: American Enterprise Institute, 1984.

Horwich, G., Jenkins-Smith, H. & Weimer, D. “The International Energy Agency's


Mandatory Oil-Sharing Agreement: Tests of Efficiency, Equity and Practicality,”
in G. Horwich & D. Weimer (eds.) Responding to International Oil Crisis
Washington, D.C: American Enterprise Institute, 1988, 104-33.

Jakob, M. “Marginal Costs and Co-Benefits of Energy Efficiency Investments: The Case
of the Swiss Residential Sector,” Energy Policy 34: 172-187, 2006.

Kalt, J. “The Costs and Benefits of Federal Regulation of Coal Strip Mining,” Natural
Resources Journal 23(4): 893-915, 1983.

Khazzoom, J. “Economic Implications of Mandated Efficiency Standards for Household


Appliances,” Energy Journal 4(1): 27-40, 1980.

Koomey, J. Comparative Analysis of Monetary Estimates of External Environmental


Costs Associated with Combustion of Fossil Fuels Berkeley, CA: Electric Power
research Institute and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1990.

Krupnick, A., Walls, M. & Toman, M. The Cost-Effectiveness and Energy Security
Benefits of Methanol Vehicles Quality of the Environment Division, Discussion
Paper QE90-25, Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 1990.

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Krupnick, A. & Burtraw, D. “The Social Costs of Electricity: Do the Numbers Add Up?”
Resources Energy 18(4): 423-466, 1996.

Lareau, T. The Economics of Alternative Fuel Use: Substituting Methanol for Gasoline
Washington, DC: American Petroleum Institute, August 1989.

Levinson, M. “Alcohol Fuels Revisited: The Costs and Benefits of Energy Independence
in Brazil,” Journal of Developing Areas 21(3): 243-57, 1987.

Lind, R. “A Primer on Major Issues Relating to Discount Rates for Evaluating Energy
Options,” in R. Lind, et al. (eds.) Discounting for Time and Risk in Energy Policy
Washington, D.C: Resources for the Future, 1982, 21-99.

MacAvoy, P. “The Regulation-Induced Shortage of Natural Gas,” Journal of Law and


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Maddison, D. “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Slowing Climate Change,” Energy Policy


23(4/5): 337-46, 1995.

Mahlia, T., H. Masjuki, R. Saidur and M. Amalina, “Cost-Benefit Analysis of


Implementing Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards for Household Refrigerator-
Freezers in Malaysia,” Energy Policy 32(16): 1819-, 2004.

Manne, A. & Richels, R. Buying Greenhouse Insurance: The Economic Costs of CO2
Emission Limits Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1993.

Metcalf, G., & Hassett, K. “Measuring the Energy Savings From Home Improvement
Investments: Evidence From Monthly Billing Data,” The Review of Economics
and Statistics 81(3): 516-28, 1999.

Moulton, R. & Richards, K. Costs of Sequestering Carbon Through Tree Planting and
Forest Management in the United States Washington, DC: U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Forest Service, 1990.

Norberg-Bohm, V. “Creating Incentives for Environmentally Enhancing Technological


Change: Lessons From 30 Years of U.S. Energy Technology Policy,”
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 65(2): 125-48, 2000.

Nordhaus, W. “The Cost of Slowing Climate Change: A Survey,” Energy Journal 12(1):
37-65, 1991.

Owens, A. “Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Renewable Energy Technologies,”


Australian Economic Review 39(2): 207-215, 2006.

Portney, P., Parry, I., Gruenspecht, H. & Harrington, W. “The Economics of Fuel
Economy Standards,” Journal of Economic Perspectives 17(4), 203-, 2003.

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Prasanthi Gunawardena, U. “Inequalities and Externalities of Power Sector: A Case of
Broadlands Hydropower Project in Sri Lanka,” Energy Policy 38(1): 726-734,
2010.

Poullikkkas, A. “Parametric Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Installation of Photovoltaic


Parks in the Island of Cyprus,” Energy Policy 37(9): 3673-3680, 2009.

Rask, K. “The Social Costs of Ethanol Production in Brazil: 1978-1987,” Economic


Development and Cultural Change 43(3): 627-49, 1995.

Rosenfeld, A., Atkinson, C., Koomey, J., Maier, A., Mowris, R., & Price, L. “Conserved
Energy Supply Curves for U.S. Buildings,” Contemporary Policy Issues 11(1): 45-
68, 1993.

Rowe, R., Shelby, M., Epel, J., & Michelson, A. “Using Oxygenated Fuels to Mitigate
Carbon Monoxide Air Pollution: The Case of Denver,” Contemporary Policy
Issues 8(1): 39-53, 1990.

Sexton, R. & Sexton, T. “Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives on Consumer


Response to Electricity Information,” Journal of Consumer Affairs 21: 238-57,
1987.

Shippee, G. “Energy Consumption and Conservation Psychology: A Review and


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SRI International, “The Economics of Alternative Fuels and Conventional Fuels,” Paper
presented to Economics Workshop Advisory Board on Air Quality and Fuel, San
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Stauffer, C., Jr. “Cost and Coal Market Effects of Alternative Approaches for Reducing
Electric Utility Sulfur Dioxide Emissions,” in P. Mandelbaum (ed.) Acid Rain: An
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Titus, J. “The Costs of Climate Change to the United States,” in S. Majumdar, L.


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Trane, K. & Ignelzi, P. “The Economic Value of Energy-Saving Investments by


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U.K. Department of Energy. “An Evaluation of Energy Related Greenhouse Gas
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Yandle, B. “Fuel Efficiency by Government Mandate: A Cost-Benefit Analysis,” Policy


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Yoo, S. & Chae, K. “Measuring the Economic Benefits of the Ozone Pollution Control
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Alba-Ramirez, A. & San Segundo, M. “The Returns to Education in Spain,” Economics


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Angrist, J. & Krueger, A. “Does Compulsory School Attendance Affect Schooling and
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Arulampalam, W. & Booth, A. “Learning and Earning: Do Multiple Training Events


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Ashenfelter, O. & Card, D. “Using the Longitudinal Structure of Earnings to Estimate the
Effects of Training Programmes,” Review of Economics and Statistics 67(4): 648-
60, 1985.

Ashenfelter, O. & Krueger, A. “Estimates of Economic Return to Schooling from a New


Sample of Twins,” American Economic Review 84(5): 1157-73, 1994.

Aturupane, H. “Applying Welfare Economics: An Ex Ante Cost-Benefit Analysis of a


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Barnett, W.S. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of the Perry Preschool Program and Its Long-Term
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Barnett, W.S. Lives in the Balance: Age 27 Benefit-Cost Analysis of the High/Scope
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Barnow, B. “The Impact of CETA Programs on Earnings: A Review of the Literature,”


Journal of Human Resources, 22(2): 157-93, 1987.

Bar-Or, Y., Burbidge, J., Magee, L & Robb, A. “The Wage Premium to a University
Education in Canada, 1971-1991,” Journal of Labor Economics 13(4): 762-94,
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Bassi, L & Ludwig, J. “School-to-Work Programs in the United States: A Multi-Firm
Case Study of Training, Benefits, and Costs,” Industrial and Labor Relations
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Belfield, C.R. Early Childhood Education: How Important are the Cost-Savings to the
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Belfield, C., Nores, M., Barnett, W. & Schweinhart, L. “The High/Scope Perry Preschool
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of Human Resources 41(1): 162-190, 2006.

Bell, S. & Orr, L. “Is Subsidized Employment Cost-Effective for Welfare Recipients?
Experimental Evidence from Seven State Demonstrations,” Journal of Human
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Belli, P., Khan, Q. & Psacharopoulos, G. “Assessing a Higher Education Project: a


Mauritius Feasibility Study,” Applied Economics 31(1): 27-35, 1999.

Bennell, P. “General versus Vocational Secondary Education in Developing Countries: A


Review of the Rates of Return Evidence,” Journal of Development Studies 33(2):
230-247, 1996.

Bennell, P. “Using and Abusing Rates of Return: A Critique of the World Bank’s 1995
Education Sector Review,” International Journal of Educational Development
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Bennell, P. & Segerstrom, J. “Vocational Education and Training in Developing


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Bennett, R., Glennerster, H. & Nevison, D. “Investing in Skill: Expected Returns to


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Berrueta-Clement, J., Schweinhart, L., Barnett, W., Epstein, A. & Weikart, D. Changed
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Black, S., “Do Better Schools Matter? Parental Valuation of Elementary Education,”
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Bloom, H., Orr, L., Bell, S., Cave, G., Doolittle, F., Lin, W. & Bos, J. “The Benefits and
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Bloom, H. “Estimating the Effect of Job-Training Programs Using Longitudinal Data:


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Bogart, W. & Cromwell, B. “How Much Is a Neighborhood School Worth?” Journal of
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Bourne, C. & Dass, A. “Private and Social Returns to Higher Education in Science and
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Blundell, R., Dearden, L., Meghir, C. & Sianesi, B. “Human Capital Investment: The
Returns from Education and Training to the Individual, the Firm and the
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Breslaw, J. & Stelcner, M. “The Effects of Health on the Labor Force Behavior of
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Card, D. & Krueger A. “Does School Quality Matter? Returns to Education and the
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Cave, G. & Doolittle, F. Assessing Jobstart: Interim Impacts on a Program for High
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Cicirelli, V., et al. The Impact of Head Start: An Evaluation of the Effects of Head Start
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Cohn, E. & Addison, J. “The Economic Returns to Lifelong Learning in OECD


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Cooper, S. & Cohn, E. “Internal Rates of Return to College Education in the United
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Corson, W., Decker, P., Dunstan, S. & Gordon, A. The New Jersey Unemployment
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Couch, K. “New Evidence on the Long-Term Effects of Employment Training


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Currie, J. “Early Childhood Education Programs,” Journal of Economic Perspectives


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Davies, J. “Empirical Evidence on Human Capital Externalities,” Working Paper #2003-


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Dodge, D. & Stager, D. “Economic Returns to Graduate Study in Science, Engineering


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Donohue, J. and Siegelman, P. “Allocating Resources Among Prisons and Social


Programs in the Battle Against Crime,” Journal of Legal Studies, 27: 380-8, 1998.

Emery, Herb. “Total and Private Returns to University Education in Canada: 1960 to
2000 and in Comparison to Other Postsecondary Training,” C. Beach, R. Boadway
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Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 2(2): 196-219, 1983.

Graham, D., Kaplan, D. & Sibley, D. “Efficiency and Competition in the Airline
Industry,” Bell Journal of Economics 14(1): 118-38, 1983.

Gravelle, J., Kiefer, D. & Zimmerman, D. Is Job Creation a Meaningful Policy


Justification? Washington, D.C: Congressional Research Service, Library of
Congress, 1991.

Gray, W. “The Cost of Regulation: OSHA, EPA and the Productivity Slowdown,”
American Economic Review, 77(5): 998-1012, 1987.

Grossman, G. “Promoting New Industrial Activities: A Survey of Recent Arguments and


Evidence,” OECD Economics Studies 0(14):88-125, 1990.

Guasch, J. & Hahn, R. “The Costs and Benefits of Regulation: Implications for
Developing Countries,” The World Bank Research Observer 14(1): 137-58, 1999.

Hahn, R. & Hird, J. “The Costs and Benefits of Regulation: Review and Synthesis,” Yale
Journal of Regulation 8(1): 233-278, 1991.

Hahn, R. & Tetlock, P., “The Economics of Regulating Cellular Phones in Vehicles,”
Working Paper, AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 1999.

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Hamilton, J. & Viscusi, W. “How Costly is ‘Clean’? An Analysis of the Benefits and
Costs of Superfund Site Remediations,” Journal of Policy Analysis and
Management 18(19): 2-27, 199.

Hamilton, J. & Viscusi, W. Calculating Risks? Cambridge, MA and London: MIT Press,
1999.

Harrington, S. The Consumer Welfare Impact of Insurance Rate Regulation Washington,


D.C: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies.

Harrington, W. & McConnell, V. “Coase and Car Repair: Who Should Be Responsible
for Emissions of Vehicles in Use?” Washington D.C: Resources for the Future,
Discussion Paper 99-22, 1999.

Harrington, W. & McConnell, V. “Cost Effectiveness of Remote Sensing of Vehicle


Emissions,” in R. Kosobud (ed.) Cost-Effective Approaches to Control of Urban
Smog Chicago, IL: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1993.

Hazilla, M. & Kopp, R. “The Social Cost of Environmental Quality Regulations: A


General Equilibrium Analysis,” Journal of Political Economy 98(4): 853-73, 1990.

Hubbard, T. “Using Inspection and Maintenance Programs to Regulate Vehicle


Emissions,” Contemporary Economic Policy 15(2): 52-62, 1997.

Hufbauer, G. & Elliot, K. Measuring the Cost of Protection in the United States
Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics, 1994.

Hufbauer, G., Berliner, D. & Elliott, K. Trade Protection in the United States: 31 Case
Studies Washington, D.C: Institute for International Economics, 1986.

Ippolito, R. “The Effect of Price Regulation in the Automobile Insurance Industry,”


Journal of Law and Economics 23(1): 55-90, 1979.

Kahn, M., “The Efficiency and Equity of Vehicle Emissions Regulation: Evidence from
California’s Random Audits,” Eastern Economic Journal 22(4): 457-566, 1996.

Krugman, P. The Age of Diminished Expectations--U.S. Economic Policy in the 1990s


Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1990.

Leff, N. “Externalities, Information Costs, and Social Benefit-Cost Analysis for


Economic Development: An Example from Telecommunications,” Economic
Development and Cultural Change 32(2): 255-76, 1984.

Len, G., Schnitz, A. & Knutsen, R. “Gains and Losses of Sugar Program Policy
Options,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 69(5): 591-608, 1987.

Liebenthal, A., et al. “The World Bank’s Experience with Large Dams: An Overview of
Impacts,” World Bank, 1996.

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Luken, R. & Clark, L. “How Efficient Are National Environmental Standards? A
Benefit-Cost Analysis of the United States Experience,” Environmental and
Resource Economics 1(4): 385-413, 1991.

Luken, R. Efficiency in Environmental Regulation: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Alternative


Approaches, Studies in Risk and Uncertainty Boston: Kluwer, 1990.

Lutter, R. & Mader, E. “Lead in Soil: Is Your Backyard Safer Than a Hazardous Waste
Site?” Washington D.C: AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, 2000.

Lutter, R., Morrall, J. and Viscusi, K. “The Cost Per Life Saved Cutoff for Safety-
Enhancing Regulations,” Economic Inquiry 37(4): 599-609, 1999.

MacAvoy, P. “The Regulation Induced Shortage of Natural Gas,” Journal of Law and
Economics 14(1): 167-200, 1971.

Margolick, M. & Uhler, R. The Economic Impact of Removing Log Export Restrictions in
British Columbia Forest Economics and Policy Analysis Project, Information
Report, 86-82, April 1986.

Moore, T. “U.S. Airline Deregulation: Its Effects on Passengers, Capital and Labor,”
Journal of Law and Economics 29(1): 1-28, 1986.

Morrison, S. & Winston, C. The Economic Effects of Airline Deregulation Washington,


DC: The Brookings Institution, 1986.

Morrison, S., Watson, T. & Winston, C., “Fundamental Flaws of Social Regulation: The
Case of Airline Noise,” Journal of Law and Economics 42(2): 723-44, 1999.

Munch, P. & Smallwood, D. “Solvency Regulation in Property-Liability Insurance


Industry: Empirical Evidence," Bell Journal of Economics 11(1): 261-79, 1980.

Mynemi, G., Dorfman, J. & Ames, G. “Welfare Impacts of the Canada-U.S. Softwood
Lumber Trade Dispute: Beggar Thy Consumer Trade Policy,” Canadian Journal of
Agricultural Economics 42(3): 261-71, 1994.

Myunghun, L. “The Effect of Sulfur Regulations on the U.S. Electric Power Industry: A
Generalized Cost Approach,” Energy Economics 24(5): 491-, 2002.

Office of Management and Budget, “Report to Congress on the Costs and Benefits of
Federal Regulations,” Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Washington,
D.C, 1997.

Olsen, E. “An Economic Analysis of Rent Control in New York City,” Journal of
Political Economy 80(6): 1081-110, 1972.

Peltzman, S. “The Effect of FTC Advertising Regulation,” Journal of Law and


Economics 24(3): 403-48, 1981.

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Portney, P. “Air Pollution Policy,” in P. Portney (ed.) Public Policies for Environmental
Protection, Washington, D.C: Resources for the Future, 1990.

Redelmeier, D. & Weinstein, M. “Cost-Effectiveness of Regulations against Using a


Cellular Telephone While Driving,” Medical Decision Making, 19(1): 1-8, 1999.

Rucker, R. & Thurman, W. “The Economic Effects of Supply Controls: The Simple
Analytics of the U.S. Peanuts Program,” Journal of Law & Economics 33(2): 483-
515, 1990.

Rucker, R., Thurman, W. & Sumner, D. “Restricting the Market for Quota: An Analysis
of Tobacco Production Rights With Corroboration from Congressional
Testimony,” Journal of Political Economy 103(1): 142-75, 1995,

Rucker, R. & Thurman, W. “The Economic Effects of Supply Controls: The Simple
Analysis of the U.S. Peanut Program,” Journal of Law and Economics 33(2): 483-
515, 1990.

Schmitz, A. & Schmitz, T. “Supply Management: The Past and Future,” Canadian
Journal of Agricultural Economics 42(2): 125-48, 1994.

Schneider, L., Klein, B. & Murphy, K. “Governmental Regulation of Cigarette Health


Information,” Journal of Law and Economics 24(3): 575-612, 1981.

Sloan, F. & Steinwald, B. “Effects of Regulation on Hospital Costs,” Journal of Law and
Economics 23(1): 81-110, 1980.

Smith, A. & Venables, A. “Counting the Cost of Voluntary Restrains in the European Car
Market,” in E. Helpman & A. Karim (eds.) International Trade and Trade Policy
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991, 187-220.

Smith, J. “An Analysis of State Regulation Governing Liquor Store Licensees,” Journal
of Law and Economics 25(2): 301-20, 1982.

Smith, R. “Franchise Regulation: An Economic Analysis of State Restrictions on


Automobile Distribution,” Journal of Law and Economics 25: 125-28, 1982.

Swales, J. “A Cost-Benefit Approach to the Evaluation of Regional Selective


Assistance,” Fiscal Studies 18(1): 73-85, 1997.

Swales, J. “The Ex Post Evaluation of Regional Selective Assistance,” Regional Studies


31(9): 859-65, 1997.

Taylor, D. “The Economic Effects of the Direct Regulation of the Taxicab Industry in
Metropolitan Toronto,” Logistics and Transportation Review 25(2): 169-83, 1989.

Trela, I. & Whalley, J. “Global Effects of Developed Country Trade Restrictions on


Textiles and Apparel,” The Economic Journal 100(403): 1190-1205, 1990.

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Trzcinka, C. & Zweig, R. An Economic Analysis of the Cost and Benefits of SEC Rule
12b-1 Monograph Series in Finance and Economics, No. 1990-1, N.Y: New York
University, 1990.

Ulrich, A., Furtan, W. & Schmitz, A. “The Cost of a Licensing System Regulation: An
Example From Canadian Prairie Agriculture,” Journal of Political Economy 95(1):
160-78, 1987.

Viscusi, W.K. “Consumer Behavior and the Safety Effects of Product Safety
Regulation,” Journal of Law and Economics 28(3): 527-54, 1985.

Viscusi, W.K. & Cavallo, G. “Safety Behavior and Consumer Responses to Cigarettes
Lighter Safety Mechanisms,” Managerial and Decision Economics 7(5): 441-56,
1996.

Viscusi, W. Risk by Choice: Regulating Health and Safety in the Work Place Cambridge,
MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.

Walls, M. "Welfare Costs of an Oil Import Fee," Contemporary Policy Issues 8(2):176-
89, 1990.

Warr, P. "The Jakarta Export Processing Zone: Benefits and Costs," Bulletin of
Indonesian Economic Studies 19(3): 28-49, 1983.

Wenders, J. The Economics of Telecommunications: Theory and Policy Cambridge, MA:


Ballinger, 1987.

Winston, C. "Welfare Effects of ICC Regulation Revisited," Bell Journal of Economics


12(1): 232-44, 1981.

Winston, C. “Economic Deregulation: Days of Reckoning for Microeconomists,” Journal


of Economic Literature 31(3): 1263-89, 1993.

Winston, C., Corsi, T., Grimm, C. & Evans, C. The Economic Effects of Surface Rate
Deregulation Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1990.

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Begun, J., Professionalism and the Public Interest: Price and Quality in Optometry
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1981.

Benham, L., “The Effect of Advertising on the Price of Eyeglasses,” Journal of Law and
Economics 15: 337-52, 1972.

Bond, R., Kwoka, J., Phelan, J. & Whitten, I., Staff Report on Effects of Restrictions on
Advertising and Commercial Practice in the Professions: The Case of Optometry
Washington, DC: U.S. Federal Trade Commission, 1980.

Caroll, S. & Gaston, R., “Occupational Restriction and Quality of Service Received,”
Southern Economic Journal, 47: 959-76, 1981.

Feldman, R. & Begun, J., “The Effects of Advertising Restrictions: Lessons From
Optometry,” Journal of Human Resources 13(Supplement): 248-62, 1978.

Goldman, F. & Grossman, M., “The Demand for Pediatric Care: An Hedonic Approach,”
Journal of Political Economy 86(2): 259-80, 1978.

Haas-Wilson, D., “The Effect of Commercial Practice Restrictions: The Case of


Optometry,” Journal of Law and Economics, 29: 165-86, 1986.

Kleiner, M. & Kudrle, R., “Does Regulation Affect Economic Outcomes? The Case of
Dentistry,” 43(2): 547-582, 2000.

Leffer, K., “Physician Licensure: Competition and Monopoly in American Medicine,”


Journal of Law and Economics 21: 165-86, 1978.

Leland, H., “Quacks, Lemons, and Licensing: A Theory of Minimum Quality Standards,”
Journal of Political Economy 87(6): 1328-46, 1979.

Noether, M., “The Effect of Government Policy Changes on the Supply of Physicians:
Expansion of a Competitive Fringe,” Journal of Law and Economics 29(2): 231-
62, 1986.

Shepard, L., “Licensing Restrictions and the Cost of Dental Care,” Journal of Law and
Economics 21(1): 187-201, 1978.

White, W. “The Impact of Occupational Licensure of Clinical Laboratory Personnel,”


Journal of Human Resources 13(4): 91-102, 1978.

White, W., Public Health and Private Gain: The Economics of Licensing Clinical
Laboratory Personnel Chicago, IL: Maaroufa Press Inc., 1979.

Zardkoohi, A. & Pustay, M., “Does Transferability Affect the Social Costs of
Licensing?” Public Choice,62(2): 187-90, 1989.

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Baecher, G., Pate, M. & de Neufville, R. “Risk of Dam Failure in Benefit-Cost


Analysis,” Water Resources Research 16(3): 449-56, 1980.

Blackorby, C., Donaldson, G., Picard, R. & Slade, M. “Expo 1986: An Economic Impact
Analysis,” Chapter 13 in R. Allen & G. Rosenblath (eds.) Restraining the Economy
Vancouver: New Star Books, 1986.

Chande, D. & Fisher, T.C. “Have a Penny? Need a Penny? Eliminating the One-Cent
Coin from Circulation,” Canadian Public Policy 29(4): 511-517, 2003.

Conrad, K., & Seitz, H. “The Economic Benefits of Public Infrastructure,” Applied
Economics, 26(4): 303-11, 1994.

Dupuit, J. “On the Measurement of the Utility of Public Works,” Annales des Ponts et
Chausses 1(8) 1844; English translation in International Economic Papers 2,
London: Macmillan, 1952.

Graves, S., Horwitch, M. & Bowman, E. “Deep-Draft Dredging of U.S. Coal Ports: A
Cost-Benefit Analysis,” Policy Sciences 17(2): 153-78, 1985.

Liebenthal, A., et al., “The World Bank’s Experience with Large Dams: An Overview of
Impacts,” World Bank, 1996.

Lombra, R.E. “Eliminating the Penny from the U.S. Coinage System: An Economic
Analysis,” Eastern Economic Journal 27(Fall): 433-42, 2001.

Menzies, G. “Money to Burn, or to Melt? A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Australian Polymer


Banknotes,” North American Journal of Economics and Finance 15(3): 355, 2004.

Muller, R. “Some Economics of the Grand Canal,” Canadian Public Policy 14(2): 162-
74, 1988.

Paranjpye, V. “Economic and Financial Aspects,” in M. Barber & G. Ryder (eds.),


Damming the Three Gorges, (2nd. Ed.,) Toronto: Earthscan Publications Ltd., 1993.

Shaffer, M. “The Benefits and Costs of Two B.C. Hydro Construction Projects,” R. Allen
& G. Rosenblath (eds.) Restraining the Economy Vancouver: New Star Books,
1986.

Summers, A. “Improving the Use of Empirical Research as a Policy Tool: Replication of


Educational Production Functions,” in V. Smith (ed.) Part 3: Issues in Modeling
Public Provision of Education and Crime Protection, Advances in Applied
Microeconomics Volume 3, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1984.

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Teisberg, T. & Weiher, R. “Valuation of Geomagnetic Storm Forecasts: An Estimate of
the Net Economic Benefits of a Satellite Warning System,” Journal of Policy
Analysis and Management 19(2): 329-334.

Viscencio-Brambila, H. & Fuller, S. “Estimated Effects of Deepened U.S. Gulf Ports on


Export-Grain Flow Pattern and Logistics Costs,” Logistics and Transportation
Review, 23(2): 139-54, 1987.

Yochum, G. & Agarwal, V. “Economic Impact of Port on A Regional Economy: Note,”


Growth and Change 18(3): 74-87, 1987.

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Anderson, L. “The Demand Curve for Recreation Fishing with an Application to Stock
Enhancement Activities,” Land Economics 59(3): 279-86, 1983.

Anderson, L. “An Economic Analysis of Joint Recreational and Commercial Fisheries,”


in Allocation of Fishery Resources Rome: United Nations Food and Agriculture
Organization, 1980.

Bishop, R. “Limitations of Entry in the United States Fishing Industry: An Economic


Appraisal of a Proposed Policy,” Land Economics 49: 381-90, 1973.

Boyce, J., Herrmann, M., Bischak, D., & Greenberg, J. “The Alaska Salmon
Enhancement Program: A Cost-Benefit Analysis,” Marine Resource Economics
8(4): 293-312, 1993.

Brown, W., Sorhus, C. & Gibbs, K. “Estimated Expenditure by Sport Anglers and Net
Economic Values of Salmon and Steelhead for Specified Fisheries in the Pacific
Northwest,” Department of Economics, Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR,
1980.

Cauvin, D. “The Valuation of Recreational Fisheries,” Canadian Journal of Fishing and


Aquatic Sciences 37: 1321-27, 1980.

Copes, P., & Knetsch, J. “Recreational Fisheries Analysis: Management Modes and
Benefit Implications,” Canadian Journal of Fishing and Aquatic Sciences 38:559-
79, 1981.

Donnelly, D., Loomis, J., & Sorg, C. “The Net Economic Value of Recreational
Steelhead Fishing in Idaho,” U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Forest and Range
Experiment Station, 1985.

Dupont, D. “Rent Dissipation in Restricted Access Fisheries,” Journal of Environmental


Economics and Management 19: 26-44, 1990.

Dwyer, J., & Bowes, M. “Concepts of Value for Marine Recreational Fishing,” American
Journal of Agricultural Economics 60(5): 1008-12, 1978.

Gordon, D., et al. “Economic Evaluation of Sport Fisheries, What Do They Mean?”
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 102: 293-311, 1973.

Hufschmidt, M., & Dixon, J. “Valuation of Losses of Marine Produce Resources Caused
by Coastal Development of Tokyo Bay,” adapted from Y. Hanayama & I. Sano in
J. Dixon & M. Hufschmidt (eds.) Economic Valuation Techniques For the
Environment Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986,
102-20.

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James, D. “A Hypothetical Case Study: The Lake Burley Fishery Project,” in J. Dixon &
M. Hufschmidt (eds.) Economic Valuation Techniques For the Environment
Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986, 11-38.

King, D. & Walka, A. “A Market Analysis of Trout Fishing on Fort Apache Indian
Reservation,” School of Renewable Natural Resources, University of Arizona,
Tucson, AZ, 1980.

Kuronuma, Y., & Tisdell, C. “Economics of Antarctic Mink Whale Catches:


Sustainability and Welfare Considerations,” Marine Resource Economics 9: 141-
58, 1994.

Layman, R., Boyce, J., & Criddle, K. “Economic Valuation of the Chinook Salmon Sport
Fishery of the Gulkana River, Alaska, Under Current and Alternate Management
Plans,” Land Economics 72(1): 113-28, 1996.

Loomis, J., & Larson, D. “Total Economic Values of Increasing Grey Whale Populations:
Results From a Contingent Valuation Survey of Visitors and Households,” Marine
Resource Economics 9: 275-86, 1994.

Loomis, J., Sorg, C., & Donnelly, D. “Economic Losses to Recreational Fisheries Due to
Small-Head Hydro-Power Development: A Case Study of the Henry's Fork in
Idaho,” Journal of Environmental Management 22:85-94, 1986.

Massey, D., Newbold, S. & Gentner, B. “Valuing Water Quality Changes Using a
Bioeconomic Model of a Coastal Recreational Fishery,” Journal of Environmental
Economics and Management 52(1): 482-500, 2006.

McConnell, K. “Values of Marine Recreational Fishing: Measurement and Impact of


Measurement,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 61(5): 921-25, 1979.

McConnell, K., & Duff, V. “Estimating Net Benefits of Recreational Fishing,” Journal of
Environmental Economics and Management 2(3): 224-30, 1976.

McConnell, K., & Norton, V. “An Economic Evaluation of Marine Recreational


Fishing,” in R. Stroud (ed.) Marine Recreational Fisheries Washington: Sport
Fishing Institute, 1976.

McConnell, K. & Strand, I. “Measuring the Cost of Time in Recreation Demand


Analysis: An Application to Sportfishing,” American Journal of Agricultural
Economics 63(1): 153-56, 1981.

McConnell, K., & Sutinen, J. “Bioeconomic Models of Marine Recreational Fishing,”


Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 6(2): 127-39, 1979.

Meyer, P. “Publicly Vested Values for Fish and Wildlife: Criteria in Economic Welfare
and Interface with the Law,” Land Economics 55(2): 223-35, 1979.

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Montgomery, M., & Needelman, M. “The Welfare Effects of Toxic Contamination in
Freshwater Fish,” Land Economics 73(2): 211-23, 1997.

Parks, P., & Bonifaz, M. “Nonsustainable Use of Renewable Resources: Mangrove


Deforestation and Mariculture in Ecuador,” Marine Resource Economics 9(1): 1-
18, 1994.

Russell, C. “Publicly Vested Values for Fish and Wildlife: Comment,” Land Economics
58(4): 559-62, 1982.

Russell, C., & Vaughan, W. “The National Recreational Fishing Benefits of Water
Pollution Control,” Journal of Environment Economics and Management 9(3):
328-54, 1982.

Samples, K., & Bishop, R. “Estimating the Value of Variations in Anglers' Success
Rates: An Application of the Multiple-Site Travel Cost Method,” Marine Resource
Economics 2(1): 55-74, 1985.

Schelle, K. & Muse, B. "Efficiency and Distributional Aspects of Alaska's Limited Entry
Program," in N. Mollet (ed.), Fishery Access Control Programs Worldwide
Fairbanks: University of Alaska Sea Grant Program, 1986.

Schwindt, R., Vining, A., & Globerman, S. “Net Loss: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the
Canadian Pacific Salmon Fishery,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
19(1): 23-45, 2000.

Sorg, C., et al. “The Net Economic Value of Cold and Warm Water Fishing in Idaho,”
Resource Bulletin, Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range
Experiment Station, U.S. Forest Service, 1985.

Stevens, J. "Measurement of Economic Values in Sport Fishing: An Economist's View on


Validity, Usefulness, and Propriety," Transactions of the American Fisheries
Society 98: 352-57, 1969.

Vaughan, W., & Russell, C. "Valuing A Fishing Day: An Application of a Systematic


Varying Parameter Model," Land Economics, 58(4): 450-63, 1982.

Weithman, S., & Haas, M. "Socioeconomic Value of the Trout Fisheries in Lake
Taneycomo, Missouri," Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 111: 223-
30, 1982.

Whitehead, J., Clifford, W. & Hoban, T. “Willingness to Pay for a Saltwater Recreational
Fishing License: A Comparison of Angler Groups,” Marine Resource Economics
16(3): 177-94, 2001.

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Adams, R., Adams., D., Callaway, J., Chang, C. & McCarl, B. “Sequestering Carbon on
Agricultural Land: Social Cost and Impacts on Timber Markets,” Contemporary
Policy Issues 11: 76-, 1993.

Adger, N. & Whitby, M. “Accounting for the Impact of Agriculture and Forestry on
Environmental Quality,” European Economic Review 35(2,3): 629-42, 1991.

Anderson, F. “Ontario Reforestation Policy: Benefits and Costs,” Canadian Public


Policy 3(3): 336-47, 1979.

Andrasko, K., Heaton, K. & Winnet, S. “Evaluating the Costs and Efficiency of Options
to Manage Global Forests: A Cost Curve Approach,” in Technical Workshop to
Explore Options for Global Forest Management, April 1991 in Bangkok, Thailand
Organized by the Office of the National Environment Board, Ministry of Science,
Technology and Energy, Washington, D.C, 1991.

Armstrong, G., Phillips, G. & Beck, J. An Opportunity Cost Criterion for Scheduling
Timber Harvest: A Comparison of Area and Volume Based Approaches UBC
Working Paper 160, Forest Economics and Policy Analysis Research Unit,
Vancouver, B.C., 1991.

Bowes, M. & Krutilla, J. “Multiple Use Forestry and the Economics of the Multi-Product
Enterprise,” in V. Smith (ed.) Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Volume 2
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1982.

Brumelle, S., Carley, J., Vertinsky, I. & Wehrung, D. “Evaluating Silvicultural


Investments: An Analytic Framework,” Working Paper 116, Forest Economics and
Policy Analysis, Vancouver, B.C., 1988.

Cowling, E. “Effects of Air Pollution on Forestry: Critical Review,” Journal of Air


Pollution Control Association 35: 919-23, 1985.

Crocker, T. “On the Value of the Condition of a Forest Stock,” Land Economics 61(3):
244-53, 1985.

Dubgaard, A. “Economic Valuation of Recreational Benefits from Danish Forests, in S.


Dabbert, A. Dubgaard & M. Whitby (eds.) The Economics of Landscape and
Wildlife Conservation Oxford & N.Y: CAB International, 1998: 53-64.

Flora, D. & McGinnis, W. Embargoes On and Off: Some Effects of Ending the Export
Ban on Federal Logs and Halting Exports of State Owned Logs Seattle, WA: Trade
Research, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, 1989.

Garrod, G. and Willis, K. “The Environmental Economic Impact of Woodland: A Two-


Stage Hedonic Price Model of the Amenity Value of Forestry in Britain,” Applied
Economics 24(7): 715-28, 1992.

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Goffe, P. “Hedonic Pricing of Agriculture and Forestry Externalities,” Environmental
and Resource Economics 15(4): 397-401, 2000.

Hagen, D., Vincent, J. & Welle, P. “Benefits of Preserving Old Growth Forests and the
Spotted Owl,” Contemporary Policy Issues 10(1): 13-26, 1992.

Hanley, N. & Slark, R. “Cost-Benefit Analysis of Paper Recycling: A Case Study and
Some General Principles,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
37(2): 189-98, 1994.

Hartman, R. “The Harvesting Decision When a Standing Forest Has Value,” Economic
Inquiry 14(1): 52-58, 1976.

Hassan, R. “Measuring Asset Values and Flow Benefits of Non-Traded Products and
Ecosystems Services of Forest and Woodland Resources in South Africa,”
Environment, Development and Sustainability 5(3-4): 403-18, 2003.

Heaps, T. & Platt, B. The Social Discount Rate for Silvicultural Investments, B.C.
Ministry of Forests, Industry Development and Marketing Branch, 1989.

Heaps, T. An Analysis of the Present Value of Stumpage Under a Variety of Economic


and Management Conditions Economic Council of Canada, Discussion Paper No.
284, 1985.

Hosking, S. & duPreez, M. “A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Removing Alien Trees in the


Tsitsikamma Mountain Catchment,” South African Journal of Science 95: 442-48,
1999.

Hyde, W. “Developments Versus Preservation in Public Resource Management: A Case


Study from the Timber-Wilderness Controversy,” Journal of Environmental
Management 16(4): 347-55, 1983.

Hyde, W., Boyd, R. & Daniels, B. “The Impacts of Public Interventions: An Examination
of the Forestry Sector,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 7(1): 40-61,
1987.

Hyde, W., Newman, D. & Seldon, B. The Benefits of Forestry Research Forest
Economics and Policy Analysis Research Unit, UBC Working Paper 134,
Vancouver, B.C., 1989.

Johnson, R., Krutilla, J., Bowes, M. & Wilman, E. “A Methodology for Estimating the
Consequences of Forest Management on Recreation Benefits,” Multiple Use
Forestry Project, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC, December 31, 1981.

Kramer, R., & Mercer, D. “Valuing a Global Environmental Good: U.S. Residents'
Willingness to Pay to Protect Tropical Rain Forests,” Land Economics 73(2): 196-
210, 1997.

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Krause, F. & Koomey, J. “Unit Cost of Carbon Savings From Urban Trees, Rural Trees,
and Electricity Conservation: A Utility Cost Perspective,” Report for the Energy
Analysis Program, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, 1989.

Kriström, R. Valuing Environmental Benefits Using the Contingent Valuation Method:


An Econometric Analysis Sweden: Umeå Economic Studies No. 219, University
of Umeå, 1990.

Kula, E. “The Developing Framework for the Economic Evaluation of Forestry in the
U.K.,” Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(3): 365-76, 1986.

Manning, G. “Evaluating Public Forestry Investments in British Columbia: The Choice


of Discount Rate,” Forest Chronicle 53: 1551-58, 1977.

Margolick, M. & Uhler, R. The Economic Impact of Removing Log Export Restrictions in
British Columbia Forest Economics and Policy Analysis Project, Information
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McKillop, W. “Use of Contingent Valuation in Northern Spotted Owl Studies: A


Critique,” Journal of Forestry, 90(8): 36-37, 1992.

Montgomery, C. & Brown, G. “Economics of Species Preservation: The Spotted Owl


Case,” Contemporary Policy Issues 10(1): 1-12, 1992.

Montgomery, C., Brown, G. & Adams, D. “The Marginal Costs of Species Preservation:
The Northern Spotted Owl,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management 26(2): 111-28, 1994.

Moulton, R. & Richards, K. Costs of Sequestering Carbon Through Tree Planting and
Forest Management in the United States Washington, DC: U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Forest Service, 1990.

Newcomb, K. “An Economic Justification for Rural Afforestation: The Case of


Ethiopia,” Annals of Regional Science 21(3): 80-99, 1987.

Parks, P. & Bonifaz, M. “Nonsustainable Use of Renewable Resources: Mangrove


Deforestation and Mariculture in Ecuador,” Marine Resource Economics 9(1): 1-
18, 1994.

Pautsch, G., Kurkalova, L., Babcock, B., & Kling, C. “The Efficiency of Sequestering
Carbon in Agricultural Soils,” Contemporary Economic Policy, 19(2): 123-34,
2001.

Pearce, D.W. & Pearce, C. The Value of Forest Ecosystems A Report to the Secretariat,
Convention on Biological Diversity, 2001.

Pope, L. Using Cost-Benefit Analysis to Evaluate Forest Land Use Alternatives Natural
Resources Management Program, SFU Research Report No. 40, 1986.

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Rosenthal, D. & Brown, T. “Comparability of Market Prices and Consumer Surplus for
Resource Allocation Decisions,” Journal of Forestry 83(2): 105-9, 1985.

Row, C., Kaiser, H. & Sessions, J. "Discount Rate for Long-Term Forest Service
Investments," Journal of Forestry 79: 367-69, 376, 1981.

Rubin, J., Helfand, G. & Loomis, J. “A Benefit Cost Analysis of the Northern Spotted
Owl,” Journal of Forestry 89(12): 25-30, 1991.

Sathirathai, S. & Barbier, E. “Valuing Mangrove Conservation in Southern Thailand,”


Contemporary Economic Policy 19(2): 109-22, 2001.

Simon Fraser University, Natural Resources Management Program, Wilderness and


Forestry: Assessing the Cost of Comprehensive Wilderness Protection in British
Columbia, Vancouver: SFU-NRM Report No. 6, 1990.

Sorg, C. & Loomis, J. “Empirical Estimates of Amenity Forest Values: A Comparative


Review,” Technical Report by the U.S. Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO: Rocky
Mountain Forest Range Experiment Station, 1985.

Stanbury, W., Vertinsky, I. & Thille, H. The Use of Cost Benefit Analysis to Allocate
Forest Lands Among Alternative Users Forest Economics and Policy Analysis
Research Unit and Faculty of Commerce, UBC, 1990.

Stone, M. & Reid, R. “Opportunity Costs of Spotted Owl Management Options for
British Columbia,” Canadian Public Policy 23(1): 69-82, 1997.

Van Kooten, G., Krcmar, E. & Bulte, E. “Preference Uncertainty in Non-Market


Valuation: A Fuzzy Approach,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics
83(3): 487-500, 2001.

Weimer, D. “An Earmarked Fossil Fuel Tax to Save the Rain Forest,” Journal of Policy
Analysis and Management 9(2), 1990.

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Askari, H. “The Contribution of Migration to Economic Growth in the EEC,” Economia


Internazionale 27: 341-45, 1974.

Bhagwati, J. & Rodriguez, C. “Welfare-Theoretical Analyses of the Brain Drain,”


Journal of Development Economics 2(3): 195-221, 1975.

Borjas, G. “Immigrant and Emigrant Earnings: A Longitudinal Study,” Economic Inquiry


27(1): 21-37, 1989.

Borjas, G. “Assimilation Changes in Cohort Quality and the Earnings of Immigrants,”


Journal of Labour Economics 3(4):463-89, 1985.

Bourguignon, C. & Fenet, B. International Labour Migrations and Economic Choices:


The European Case Paris: OECD, 1977.

Clodman, J. & Richmond, A. Immigration and Unemployment Toronto: York University,


Institute for Behavioural Research, 1982.

Collier, V. & Rempel, H. “The Divergence of Private From Social Costs in Rural-Urban
Migration: A Case Study of Nairobi, Kenya,” Journal of Development Studies
13(3): 199-216, 1977.

Davies, G. “Macroeconomic Effects of Immigration: Evidence from CANDIDE,


TRACE, and RDX2,” Canadian Public Policy 3(3): 299-306, 1977.

Gerking, S. & Mutti, J. “Costs and Benefits of Illegal Immigration: Key Issues for
Government Policy,” Social Science Quarterly 61:71-85, 1980.

Graves, P. & Linneman, P. “Household Migration: Theoretical and Empirical Results,”


Journal of Urban Economics 6(3): 383-404, 1979.

Greenwood, M. “Research on Internal Migration in the United States: A Survey,”


Journal of Economic Literature 13(2): 397-433, 1975.

Hart, R. “Interregional Economic Migration: Some Theoretical Considerations, Part I,”


Journal of Regional Science 15(2): 127-38, 1975.

Hart, R. “Interregional Economic Migration: Some Theoretical Considerations, Part II,”


Journal of Regional Science 15(3): 289-305, 1975.

Heaton, C. & Throsby, D. “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Foreign Student Flows from


Developing Countries: The Case of Postgraduate Education,” Economics of
Education Review 17(2): 117-26, 1998.

Jones, K. & Smith, A. The Economic Impact of Commonwealth Immigration Cambridge:


Cambridge University Press, 1970.

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Kim, K. “The Economics of the Brain Drain: Pros, Cons, and Remedies,” Journal of
Economic Development 1(1):55-80, 1976.

MacMillen, M. “The Economic Effects of International Migration: A Survey,” Journal of


Common Market Studies 20(3):245-67, 1982.

Marr, W. & Percy, M. “Immigration Policy and Canadian Economic Growth,” in J.


Whalley & R. Hill (eds.) Domestic Policies and the International Economic
Environment Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985.

Pashigian, B. “Occupational Licensing and the Interstate Mobility of Professionals,”


Journal of Law and Economics 22(1): 1-25, 1979.

Rodriguez, C. “On the Welfare Aspects of International Migration,” Journal of Political


Economy 83(5): 1065-72, 1975.

Rodriguez, C. “Brain Drain and Economic Growth: A Dynamic Model,” Journal of


Development Economics 2(3): 223-47, 1975.

Seward, S. The Relationship Between Immigration and the Canadian Economy


Discussion Paper 87.A.10, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ottawa, 1987.

Usher, D. “Public Property and the Effects of Migration Upon Other Residents of the
Migrants' Countries of Origin and Destination,” Journal of Political Economy
85(5): 1001-20, 1977.

Völker, G. “Impact of Turkish Labour Migration on the Economy of the Federal


Republic of Germany,” German Economic Review 11(1): 61-77, 1973.

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Abdalla, C., Roach, B. & Epp, D. “Valuing Environmental Quality Changes Using
Averting Expenditures: An Application to Groundwater Contamination,” Land
Economics 68(2): 163-69, 1992.

Baecher, G., Pate, M. & de Neufville, R. “Risk of Dam Failure in Benefit-Cost


Analysis,” Water Resources Research 16(3): 449-56, 1980.

Birol, E., Koundouri, P. & Kountouris, Y. “Assessing the Economic Viability of


Alternative Water Resources in Water-Scarce Regions: Combining Economic
Valuation, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Discounting,” Ecological Economics 69(4):
839-847, 2010.

Boadu, F. “Contingent Valuation for Household Water in Rural Ghana,” Journal of


Agricultural Economics 43(3): 458-65, 1992.

Bockstael, N., Hanemann, W., Strand, I. & McConnell, K. Measuring the Benefits of
Water Quality Improvement Using Recreation Demand Models, Volume II, Benefit
Analysis Using Indirect or Imputed Market Methods CR-8-111043-0-0, Report
Prepared for the Office of Policy and Resource Management, U.S. EPA, University
of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1986.

Bohm, R., Essenburg, T. & Fox, W. “Sustainability of Potable Water Services in the
Philippines,” Water Resources Research 29(7): 1955-63, 1993.

Boyle, K., Poe, G. & Bergstrom, J. “What Do We Know About Groundwater Values?
Preliminary Implications from a Meta Analysis of Contingent-Valuation Studies,”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76(5): 1005-61, 1994.

Brookshire, D. et al. “Existence Values and Normative Economics: Implication for


Valuing Water Resources,” Water Research 22(11): 1509-18, 1986.

Carson, R. & Mitchell, R. “Value of Clean Water: The Public's Willingness-to-Pay for
Boatable, Fishable, and Swimmable Quality Water,” Working Paper, Washington,
D.C: Resources for the Future, 1987.

Chicoine, D. & Ganapathi, R. “Evidence on the Specification of Price in the Study of


Domestic Water Demand,” Land Economics 62(1): 26-32, 1986.

Choe, K., Whittington, D., & Lauria, D. “The Economic Benefits of Surface Water
Quality Improvements in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Davao,
Philippines,” Land Economics 72(4): 519-37, 1996.

Coelli, T., et al., “Hedonic Pricing for a Cost Benefit Analysis of a Public Water Supply
Scheme,” Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 35(1): 1-20, 1991.

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Crouter, J. “Hedonic Estimation Applied to A Water Rights Market,” Land Economics
63(3): 259-71, 1987.

Daubert, J. & Young, R. “Recreational Demands for Maintaining Instream Flows: A


Contingent Valuation Approach,” Land Economics 63: 667-76.

Decooke, B., Buckley, J. & Wright, S. “Great Lakes Diversions Preliminary Assessment
of Economic Impacts,” Canadian Water Resources Journal 9(1): 1-15, 1984.

Eckstein, O. Water Resource Development: The Economics of Project Evaluation


Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1958.

Edwards, S. “Option Prices for Groundwater Protection,” Journal of Environmental


Economics and Management 15(4): 475-88, 1988.

Farber, S. & Griner, B. “Valuing Watershed Quality Improvements Using Conjoint


Analysis,” Ecological Economics 34(1): 63-76, 2000.

Green, C. & Tunstall, S. “The Evaluation of River Water Quality Improvements by the
Contingent Valuation Method,” Applied Economics 23(7): 1135-46, 1991.

Jordan, J. & Elnagheeb, A. “Willingness to Pay for Improvements in Drinking Water


Quality,” Water Resources Research 29(2): 237-45, 1993.

Kanazawa, M. “Pricing Subsidies and Economic Efficiency: The U.S. Bureau of


Reclamation,” Journal of Law and Economics 36(1): 205-34, 1993.

Ko, J-Y., Day, J. Lane, R. & Day, J. “A Comparative Evaluation of Money-Based and
Energy-Based Cost-Benefit Analyses of Tertiary Municipal Wastewater Treatment
Using Forested Wetlands vs. Sand Filtration in Louisiana,” Ecological Economics,
forthcoming.

Kontogeorgakos, D. & Martinos, N. “Irrigation and Rural Development: An Ex Post


Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Tavropos Irrigation Project in Central Greece,”
Water Resources Research 27(11): 2819-23, 1991.

Kulshreshtha, S. et al. “Economic Impacts of Irrigation Development in Alberta Upon the


Provincial and Canadian Economy,” Canadian Water Resources Journal 10(2): 1-
10, 1985.

Loomis, J. “Measuring the Economic Benefits of Removing Dams and Restoring the
Elwha River: Results of a Contingent Valuation Survey,” Water Resources
Research 32: 411-47, 1996.

MacRae, D. & Whittington, D. “Assessing Preferences in Cost-Benefit Analysis:


Reflections on Rural Water Supply Evaluation in Haiti,” Journal of Policy Analysis
and Management 7(2): 246-63, 1988.

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Maki, J., Hoffman, D. & Berk, R. “A Time Series Analysis of the Impact of a Water
Conservation Campaign,” Evaluation Quarterly 2(1): 107-18, 1978.

McGuckin, J. “On the Economics of Desalination of Brackish Household Water


Supplies,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 8: 79-91, 1981.

Miller, E., “Demineralization of Brackish Municipal Water Supplies-Comparative


Costs,” Journal of American Water Work Association 69(7): 349-51, 1977.

Muller, R., “The Value of Water in Canada,” Canadian Water Resources Journal 10(4):
12-20, 1985.

Paranjpye, V. “Economic and Financial Aspects,” in M. Barber & G. Ryder (eds.),


Damming the Three Gorges (2nd. Ed.) Toronto: Earthscan Publications Ltd., 1993.

Pattanayak, S., van den Berg, C., Yang, J-C. & Van Houtven, G. The Use of Willingness
to Pay Experiments: Estimating Demand for Piped Water Connections in Sri
Lanka Washington DC: World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 3818.

Ramirez, J., et al. “Ex Post Analysis of Flood Control: Benefit-Cost Analysis and the
Value of Information,” Water Resources Research 24(8): 1397-1405, 1988.

Renzetti, S. “Evaluating the Welfare Effects of Reforming Municipal Water Prices,”


Journal of Environmental Economics & Management 22(2): 147-63, 1992.

Roberts, P. “Benefit-Cost Analysis: Its Use (Misuse) in Evaluating Water Resource


Projects,” American Business Law Journal 14: 73-84, 1976.

Schultz, S. & Lindsay, B. “The Willingness to Pay for Groundwater Protection,” Water
Resources Research 1869-75, 1990.

Stackmann, M. & Agordy, F. “The Potential of Economic Desalination for Small


Systems,” Journal of American Water Work Association 69(7): 344-47, 1977.

Thansky, D. “Economic Damages from Residential Use of Mineralized Water Supply,”


Water Resources Research 10(2): 145-54, 1974.

Thomas, J. & Syme, G. “Estimating Residential Price Elasticity of Demand for Water: A
Contingent Valuation Approach,” Water Resources Research 24(11): 1847-57,
1988.

Tihansky, D. “Economic Damages from Residential Use of Mineralized Water Supply,”


Water Resources Research 1(12): 145-54, 1974.

Veloz, A., Southgate, D., Hitzhusen, F., and Macgregor, R. “The Economics of Water
Control in a Subtropical Watershed: A Dominican Case,” Land Economics 61(2):
145-155, 1985.

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Weber, J. & Whittlesey, N. Revisiting State-Level Project Evaluation: Estimating the
Direct and Indirect Net Benefits of Irrigation Pullman, WA: Agricultural
Economics, Washington State University, 1991.

Whitehead, J. & Finney, S. “Willingness to Pay for Submerged Maritime Cultural


Resources,” Journal of Cultural Resources 27(3-4): 231-40, 2003.

Whittington, D., Briscoe, J., Mu, X. & Baron, W. “Estimating the Willingness to Pay for
Water Services in Developing Countries: A Case Study of the Use of Contingent
Valuation Surveys in Southern Haiti,” Economic Development and Cultural
Change 38(2): 293-311, 1990.

Whittington, D., Lauria, D., Wright, A. Choe, K., Hughes, J. & Swarna, V. “Household
Demand for Improved Sanitation Services in Kumasi, Ghana: A Contingent
Valuation Study,” Water Resources Research 29(6): 1539-60, 1993.

Yadav, S., & Wall, D. “Benefits-Cost Analysis of Best Management Practices


Implemented to Control Nitrate Contamination of Groundwater,” Water Resources
Research 34(3): 497-504, 1999.

Yang, W., Khanna, M., Farnsworth, R. & Onal, H. “Is Geographical Targeting Cost-
Effective? The case of the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program in
Illinois,” Review of Agricultural Economics 27(1): 70-88, 2005.

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Basu, K. & Emerson, P. “The Economics of Tenancy Rent Control,” The Economic
Journal 110(466): 939-62, 2000.

Buchanan, G. & Heinberg, J. Housing Allowance Household Experiment Design, Part I:


Summary and Overview Working Paper 205-4, Washington, DC: The Urban
Institute, 1972.

Carlson, D., Haveman, R., Kaplan, T. & Wolfe, B. “The Benefits and Costs of the
Section 8 Housing Subsidy Program: A Framework and First-Year Analysis,”
Madison, WI: Institute for Research on Poverty, Discussion Paper no. 1380-10,
2010.

De Alessi, L. “Error and Bias in Benefit-Cost Analysis: HUD’s Case for the Wind Rule,”
Cato Journal 16(1): 129-47, 1996.

DeSalvo, J. “A Methodology for Evaluating Housing Programs,” Journal of Regional


Science 11(2): 173-85, 1971.

DeSalvo, J. “Benefits and Costs of New York City's Middle Income Housing Programs,”
Journal of Political Economy 83(4): 791-806, 1975.

Flood, J. & Yates, J. Housing Subsidies Study AHRC Project No. 160, AGPS, Canberra,
1987.

Hammond, C. The Benefits of Subsidized Housing Programs: An Intertemporal


Approach Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

Johnson, M. & Hurter, A. “Economic Impacts of Subsidized Housing Relocation,”


Papers in Regional Science 78(3): 265-295, 1999.

Johnson, M., Ladd, H. & Ludwig, J. “The Benefits and Costs of Residential Mobility
Programs,” Housing Studies 17(1): 125-138.

Kraft, J. & Olsen, E. “The Distribution of Benefits from Public Housing,” in F. Juster
(ed.) The Distribution of Economic Well-Being, New York: National Bureau of
Economic Research, 1977.

Leger, M. & Kennedy, S. Final Comprehensive Report of the Freestanding Housing


Voucher Demonstration Volume 1 & 2. Cambridge, Mass: Abt Associates, 1990.

Lowry, I. Experimenting With Housing Allowances: The Comprehensive Final Report of


the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment Santa Monica, CA: Rand Institute,
1981.

Marks, J. & Goldberg, M. “House Prices: Under RRAPS?” Canadian Public Policy
11(1):16-25, 1985.

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Mayo, S. “Sources of Inefficiency in Subsidized Housing Programs: A Comparison of
U.S. and German Experience,” Journal of Urban Economics 20(2): 229-49, 1986.

Mayo, S., Mansfield, S., Warner, D. & Zwetchkenbaum, R. Housing Programs and
Other Rental Assistance Programs—A Comparison Based on the Housing
Allowance Demonstration Experiment, Part 2: Costs and Efficiency Cambridge,
Mass: Abt Associates, 1980.

McDonald, J. and McMillan, D. “Costs and Benefits of Land Use Regulations: A


Theoretical Survey,” Journal of Real Estate Literature 11(2): 157-175, 2003.

Morrall, J. & Olsen, E. “The Cost-Effectiveness of Leased Public Housing,” Policy


Analysis 6(2): 151-170.

Murray, M. “The Distribution of Tenant Benefits in Public Housing,” Econometrica


43(4): 771-88, 1975.

Murray, M. “Tenant Benefits in Alternative Federal Housing Programmes,” Urban


Studies 17(1): 25-34, 1980.

Murray, M. “Methodologies for Estimating Housing Subsidy Benefits,” Public Finance


Quarterly 6(2): 161-92, 1978.

Olsen, E. “An Econometric Analysis of Rent Control,” Journal of Political Economy


80(6): 1081-110, 1972.

Olsen, E. & Barton, D. “The Benefits and Costs of Public Housing in New York City,”
Journal of Public Economics 20(3): 299-332, 1983.

Olsen, E., “Economics of Rent Control,” Regional Science and Urban Economics 28(6):
673-78, 1998.

Olsen, E., “The Cost-Effectiveness of Alternative methods of Delivering Housing


Subsidies,” Thomas Jefferson Center for Political Economy, Working Paper #351,
December, 2000.

Olsen, E. “Housing Programs for Low-Income Households,” in R. Moffitt (ed.) Means-


Tested Transfer Programs in the U.S. NBER, Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 2003.

Smith, L. “Intertenancy Rent Decontrol in Ontario,” Canadian Public Policy 29(2): 213-
25, 2003.

Varady, D. “Indirect Benefits of Subsidized Housing Programs,” Journal of the American


Planning Association 48(4): 432-441, 1982.

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Aaron, H., & von Furstenberg, G. “The Efficiency of Transfers in Kind,” Western
Economic Journal 9: 184-91, 1971.

Ballard, C. “The Marginal Efficiency Cost of Redistribution,” American Economic


Review 78(5): 1019-33, 1988.

Barmack, J. “The Case against In-Kind Transfers: The Food Stamp Program,” Policy
Analysis 3(4): 509-30, 1977.

Caniglia, A. “The Economic Evaluation of Food Stamps: An Intertemporal Analysis with


Nonlinear Budget Constraints,” Public Finance Quarterly 16(1), 1988.

Carlson, D., Haveman, R., Kaplan, T. & Wolfe, B. “The Benefits and Costs of the
Section 8 Housing Subsidy Program: A Framework and First-Year Analysis,”
Madison, WI: Institute for Research on Poverty, Discussion Paper no. 1380-10,
2010.

Ellwood, D. & Bane, M. “The Impact of AFDC on Family Structure and Living
Arrangements,” Research in Labor Economics 7: 137-207, 1985.

Gramlich, E. & Wolkoff, M. “A Procedure for Evaluating Income Distribution Policies,”


Journal of Human Resources 14(3): 319-350, 1979.

Hu, S. & Knaub, N. “Effects of Cash and In-Kind Welfare on Family Expenditures,”
Policy Analysis 2(1): 71-92, 1976.

Knaub, N. “The Impact of Food Stamps and Cash Welfare on Food Expenditures, 1971-
1975,” Policy Analysis 7(2): 169-82, 1981.

Lermer, G. & Stanbury, W. “The Cost of Redistributing Income by Means of Direct


Regulation,” Canadian Journal of Economics 28(1): 190-207, 1985.

Lewis, H. & Morrison, R. Income Transfer Analysis Washington, D.C: Urban Institute,
1989.

Mead, L. “The Potential for Work Enforcement: A Study of WIN,” Journal of Policy
Analysis and Management 7(2): 264-88, 1988.

Moffitt, R. & Kehrer, K. “The Effect of Tax and Transfer Programs on Labor Supply,”
Research in Labor Economics 4: 103-50, 1981.

Quidema, T. “Cost-Benefit Analysis in a Situation of Unemployment: Calculating the


Decline in Unemployment as a Result of the Realization of a Government Project,”
Public Finance Quarterly 15(1): 105-15, 1987.

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Roberts, R. “A Positive Model of Private Charity and Public Transfers,” Journal of
Political Economy 92(1): 136-48, 1984.

Sandmo, A. “Redistribution and the Marginal Cost of Public Funds,” Journal of Public
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Tullock, G. Economics of Income Redistribution Hingham, MA: Kluwer, 1983.

Warburton, W. & Frketich, C. “Toward More Complete Cost Benefit Analysis of Wage
Subsidy Programs,” Canadian Journal of Economics 29(Special Issue, Part 1):
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Adams, R. McCarl, B., Segerson, K., Rosenwieg, C., Bryant, K., Dixon, B., Connor, R.,
Evenson, R. & Ojima, D. “Economic Effects of Climate Change on US
Agriculture,” in R. Mendelsohn and J. Neumann (eds.), The Impact of Climate
Change on the United States Economy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1999, 18-54.

Adger, N. & Whitby, M. “Accounting for the Impact of Agriculture and Forestry on
Environmental Quality,” European Economic Review 35(2,3): 629-42, 1991.

Alston, J. & Hurd, B. “Some Neglected Social Costs of Government Spending in Farm
Programs,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 72(1): 149-56, 1990.

Alston, J. “The Effects of the CAP on International Trade in Poultry Meat,” European
Review of Agricultural Economics 13(2): 217-31, 1986.

Alston, J., Marra, M., Pardy, P. & Wyatt, T. “Research Returns Redux: A Meta Analysis
of the Returns to Agricultural R&D,” Australian Journal of Agricultural and
Resource Economics 4492): 185-215, 2000.

Alvarez-Farizo, B., Hanley, N., Wright, R. & MacMillan, D. “Estimating the Benefits of
Agri-Environmental Policy: Econometric Issues in Open-Ended Contingent
Valuation Studies,” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 42(1):
23-43, 1999.

Beasley, S., Workman, W. & Williams, N. “Estimating Amenity Values of Urban Fringe
Farmland: A Contingent Valuation Approach: Note,” Growth and Change 17(4):
70-78, 1986.

Beghin, J., El Osta, B. Cherlow, J. & Mohanty, S. “The Cost of the U.S. Sugar Program
Revisited,” Contemporary Economic Policy 21(1): 106-116, 2003.

Bennett, J., van Bueren, M., & Whitten, S. “Estimating Society’s Willingness to Pay to
Maintain Viable Rural Communities,” Australian Journal of Agricultural and
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Bergstrom, J., Dillman, B. & Stoll, J. “Public Environmental Amenity Benefits of Private
Land: The Case of Prime Agricultural Land,” Southern Journal of Agricultural
Economics 17(1): 139-49, 1985.

Bonnieux, F., Rainelli, P. & Vermersch, D. “Estimating the Supply of Environmental


Benefits by Agriculture: A French Case Study,” Environmental and Resource
Economics 11(2): 135-53, 1998.

Bonnieux, F., Carpentier, A., & Weaver, R. “Reducing Soil Contamination: Economic
Incentives and Potential Benefits,” Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment
67(2-3): 275-88, 1998.

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Bonnieux, F. & LeGoffe, P. “Valuing the Benefits of Landscape Restoration: A Case
Study of the Cotentin in Lower-Normandy, France,” Journal of Environmental
Management 50(3): 321-33, 1997.

Borcherding, T. & Dorosch, G. The Egg Marketing Board: A Case Study of Monopoly
and Its Social Cost Vancouver, B.C.: Fraser Institute, 1981.

Bower, J. & Didychuk, D. “Estimation of Market Benefits of Agricultural Land


Retention in Eastern Canada,” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review
23(2): 218-55, 1994.

Boyd, R., Doroodian, K. & Power, A. “The Impact of Removing the Sugar Quota on the
U.S. Economy: A General Equilibrium Analysis,” Journal of Policy Modeling
18(2): 185-201, 1996.

Braverman, A. & Hammer, J. “Multimarket Analysis of Agricultural Pricing Policies in


Senegal,” in I. Singh, L. Squire & J. Strauss (eds.) Agricultural Household Models:
Extensions, Applications, and Policy Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1986.

Brouwer, R. & Slangen, L. “Contingent Valuation of the Public Benefits of Agricultural


Wildlife Management: The Case of Dutch Peat Meadow Land,” European Review
of Agricultural Economics 25(1): 53-72, 1998.

Burgan, B. and Thomson, N. “Regulating the Egg Industry: Lessons from South
Australia,” Economic Analysis and Policy 19(1): 129-140, 1989.

Capalbo, S. & Antle, J. “Incorporating Social Costs in the Returns to Agricultural


Research,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 71(2): 458-63, 1989.

Dabbert, S., Dubgaard, A., Slangen, L. & Whitby, W. (eds.), The Economics of
Landscape and Wildlife Conservation Oxford, UK: CAB International, 1998.

Davey, B. & Dunnett, E. “The Economics of Regulation in the Agri-Food Industry,”


Food Market Commentary 4(3): 13-19, 1982.

Drake, L. “The Non-Market Value of the Swedish Agricultural Landscape,” European


Review of Agricultural Economics 19(3): 351-64, 1993.

Drake, L. “The Swedish Agricultural Landscape – Economic Characteristics, Valuations


and Policy Options,” International Journal of Social Economics 26(7/8/9): 1042,
1999.

Fox, G. “Is the United States Really Underinvesting in Agricultural Research?” American
Journal of Agricultural Economics 67(4): 806-12, 1985.

Gardner, B. & Huffaker, R. “Cutting the Loss from Federal Irrigation Water Subsidies,”
Choices 1st Q, 24-26, 1988.

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Goffe, P. “Hedonic Pricing of Agriculture and Forestry Externalities,” Environmental
and Resource Economics 15(4): 397-401, 2000.

Graham, J., Webber, C. & MacGregor, R. “A Regional Analysis of Direct Government


Assistance Programs in Canada and Their Impacts on the Beef and Hog Sectors,”
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 36(4): 915-28, 1988.

Hanley, N., Kirkpatrick, H., Simpson, I., & Oglethorpe, D. “Principles For the Provision
of Public Goods From Agriculture: Modeling Moorland Conservation in
Scotland,” Land Economics 74(1): 102-13, 1998.

Hanley, N., & Oglethorpe, D. “Emerging Policies on Externalities from Agriculture: An


Analysis for the European Union,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics
81(5): 1222-27, 1999.

Heck, W., Taylor, O. & Tingey, D. (eds.), Assessment of Crop Loss from Air Pollutants
London: Elsevier Science, 1988.

Henze, A. & Zeddies, J. “EC Programmes, Economic Effects and Cost Benefit
Considerations on Adjustments in EC Agriculture,” European Review of
Agricultural Economics 15(2/3): 191-210, 1988.

Hosseini, S., Hassanpour, E. & Sadeghian, S. “An Economic Evaluation of Iranian Public
Agricultural R&D: The Case of Sugarbeet,” Research Policy 38(9): 1446-1452,
2009.

Howitt, R., Gossard, T., & Adams, R. “Effects of Alternative Ozone Levels and
Response Data on Economic Assessments: The Case of California Crops,” Journal
of the Air Pollution Control Association 34(11): 1122-27, 1984.

Ippolito, R. “The Social Costs of Government Regulation of Milk,” Journal of Law and
Economics, 21(1): 33-65, 1978.

Jager, H., Unsworth, M., de Temmerman, L. & Mathy, P. Effects of Air Pollution on
Agricultural Crops in Europe Brussels: Commission of the European
Communities, 1993.

Kashian, R. Two Papers in the Study of Regional Economics: The Amity Value of
Farmland and Regional Distribution of Initial Public Offerings Unpublished
Ph.D., University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1999.

Kashian, R. & Skidmore, M. “Preserving Agricultural Land via Property Assessment


Policy and Willingness to Pay,” Economic Development Quarterly 16(1), 75-87.

Klein, K. & Jetter, F. “Economic Benefits From the Alberta Warble Control Program,”
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 35(2): 289-303, 1987.

Kopp, R. & Krupnick, A. “Agricultural Policy and the Benefits of Ozone Control,”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 69(5): 956-62, 1987.

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Krupnick, A. & Kopp, R. The Acute Health and Agricultural Benefits of Reducing
Ambient Ozone in the United States Report to the Office of Technology
Assessment, RFF Discussion Paper QE-88-10, 1989.

Krystynak, R. “An Economic Assessment of 2,4-D in Canada: The Case of Grain,”


Canadian Farm Economics 18(1): 7-30, 1983.

Kuik, O., Helming, J., Dorland, C. & Spaninks, F. “The Economic Benefits to
Agriculture of a Reduction of Low-Level Ozone Pollution in The Netherlands,”
European Review of Agricultural Economics 27(1): 75-90, 2000.

Lewandrowski, J. & Schimmelphennig, D. “Economic Implications of Climate Change


for U.S. Agriculture,” Land Economics 75: 39-57, 1999.

MacKenzie, J. & El-Ashry, M. Air Pollution’s Toll on Forests and Crops New Haven:
Yale University Press, 1989.

Mendelsohn, R., Nordhaus, W. & Shaw, D. “The Impact of Climate Variation on US


Agriculture,” in R. Mendelsohn and J. Neumann (eds.), The Impact of Climate
Change on the United States Economy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1999, 55-74.

Nagy, J. & Furtan, W. “Economic Costs and Returns From Crop Development Research:
The Case of Rapeseed Breeding in Canada,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural
Economics, 26(1): 1-14, 1978.

Nagy, J. “Economic Returns to Feed Barley Yield-Increasing and Disease Resistance


Research at the Alberta Field Crop Development Centre,” Canadian Journal of
Agricultural Economics 51(3): 281-298, 2003.

Norton, G. & Davis, J. “Evaluating Returns to Agricultural Research: A Review,”


American Journal of Agricultural Economics 63: 685-99, 1981.

Norton, G., Ganoza, V. & Pomerada, C. “Potential Benefits of Agricultural Research and
Extension in Peru,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 69(2): 247-57,
1987.

Palmquist, R. & Danielson, L. “A Hedonic Study of the Effects of Erosion Control and
Drainage on Farmland Values,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics
71(1): 55-62, 1989.

Per Hasund, K. “Valuable Landscapes and Reliable Estimates,” in S. Dabbert, A.


Dubgaard, L. Slangen & W. Whitby (eds.), The Economics of Landscape and
Wildlife Conservation Oxford, UK: CAB International, 1998: 65-83.

Ready, R., Berger, M. & Blomquist, G. “Measuring Amity Values from Farmland:
Hedonic Pricing vs. Contingent Valuation,” Growth and Change 28(4), 438-458,
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Reichelderfer, K. “Externalities and the Returns to Agricultural Research: Discussion,”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 71(2): 464-65, 1989.

Rucker, R. & Thurman, W. “The Economic Effects of Supply Controls: The Simple
Analytics of the U.S. Peanuts Program,” Journal of Law & Economics 33(2): 483-
515, 1990.

Rucker, R., Thurman, W. & Sumner, D. “Restricting the Market for Quota: An Analysis
of Tobacco Production Rights With Corroboration from Congressional
Testimony,” Journal of Political Economy 103(1): 142-75, 1995.

Sampson, J. & Gerrard, C. “Government Interventions and the Production of Wheat in


Saskatchewan and North Dakota: An Empirical Analysis,” Canadian Journal of
Agricultural Economics 35(1): 1-20, 1987.

Southgate, D. & Macke, R. “The Downstream Benefits of Soil Conservation in the Third
World Hydroelectric Watersheds,” Land Economics 65(1): 38-48, 1989.

Spash, C. “Assessing the Economic Benefits to Agriculture from Air Pollution Control,”
Journal of Economic Surveys 11(1): 47-70, 1997.

Ulrich, A., Furtan, W. & Schmitz, A. “The Cost of a Licensing System Regulation: An
Example From Canadian Prairie Agriculture,” Journal of Political Economy 95(1):
160-78, 1987.

Van Kooten, C., Weisensel, W. & deJong, E. “Estimating the Costs of Soil Erosion in
Saskatchewan,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(1): 63-75, 1988.

Van Kooten, C. “Bioeconomic Evaluation of Government Agricultural Programs on


Wetland Conservation,” Land Economics 69(1): 27-38, 1993.

Weber, M. & Hauer, G. “A Regional Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on Canadian


Agriculture,” Canadian Public Policy, 29(2): 163-179, 2003.

Whitby, M. & Saunders, C. “Estimating the Supply of Conservation Goods in Britain: A


Comparison of the Financial Efficiency of Two Policy Instruments,” Land
Economics 72(3): 313-26, 1996.

Whitehead, J., Hoban, T. & Clifford, W. “Willingness to Pay for Agricultural Research
and Extension Programs,” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 33(1):
91-101, 2001.

Widmer, L., Fox, G. & Brinkman, G. “The Rate of Return to Agricultural Research in a
Small Country: The Case of Beef Cattle Research in Canada,” Canadian Journal
of Agricultural Economics 36(1): 23-35, 1988.

Willis, K., Garrod, G. & Saunders, C. Valuation of the South Downs and Somerset Levels
Environmentally Sensitive Areas, University of Newcastle on Tyne, Centre for
Rural Economy, 1993.

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Willis, K. & Garrod, G. “Transferability of Benefits Estimates,” in K. Willis & J.
Corkindale (eds.), Environmental Valuation: New Perspectives Oxford, UK: CAB
International, 1995.

Zentner, R. “Returns to Public Investment in Canadian Wheat and Rapeseed Research,”


in K. Klein & W. Furtan (eds.) Economics of Agricultural Research in Canada
Calgary: The University of Calgary Press, 1983, 169-88.

Financial Efficiency of Two Policy Instruments,” Land Economics 72(3): 313-26, 1996.

Whitehead, J., Hoban, T. & Clifford, W. “Willingness to Pay for Agricultural Research
and Extension Programs,” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 33(1):
91-101, 2001.

Widmer, L., Fox, G. & Brinkman, G. “The Rate of Return to Agricultural Research in a
Small Country: The Case of Beef Cattle Research in Canada,” Canadian Journal
of Agricultural Economics 36(1): 23-35, 1988.

Willis, K., Garrod, G. & Saunders, C. Valuation of the South Downs and Somerset Levels
Environmentally Sensitive Areas, University of Newcastle on Tyne, Centre for
Rural Economy, 1993.

Willis, K. & Garrod, G. “Transferability of Benefits Estimates,” in K. Willis & J.


Corkindale (eds.), Environmental Valuation: New Perspectives Oxford, UK: CAB
International, 1995.

Zentner, R. “Returns to Public Investment in Canadian Wheat and Rapeseed Research,”


in K. Klein & W. Furtan (eds.) Economics of Agricultural Research in Canada
Calgary: The University of Calgary Press, 1983, 169-88.

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24. INFORMATION

Beales, H. “Benefits and Costs of Label Information Programs,” in L. Morris, M. Mazis


and I. Barofsky (eds.), Product Labeling and Health Risks Cold Spring Harbor,
NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Banbury Report 6, 1980, 243-260.

Bond, E. “A Direct Test of the ‘Lemons Model’: The Market for Used Pickup Trucks,”
American Economic Review 72(4): 836-40.

Brown, T., Barro, S., Manfredo, M. & Peterson, G. “Does Better Information About the
Good Avoid the Embedding Effect?” Journal of Environmental Management 44:
1-10, 1995.

Chiappori, P. & Salanie, B. “Testing for Asymmetric Information in Insurance Markets,”


Journal of Political Economy 108(1): 56-78, 2000.

Crutchfield, S., Kuchler, F. & Variyam, J. “The Economic Benefits of Nutrition


Labeling: A Case Study for Fresh Meat and Poultry Products,” Journal of
Consumer Affairs 24(2): 185-207, 2001.

Federal Register, Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Proposed Rules to Amend the Food
Labeling Regulations 56 Federal Register 229, 60856-60878, 1991.

Federal Register, Regulatory Impact Analysis for Proposed Rules Implementing the
Organic Foods Production Act of 1990 65 Federal Register 49, 13632-13645.

French, M. & Neighbors, D. “A Model of Firm Costs of Compliance with Food Labeling
Regulations,” in J. Caswell (ed.), Economics of Food Safety N.Y: Elsevier, 1991,
229-325.

Golan, E., Kuchler, F. & Mitchell, L. “Economics of Food Labeling,” Journal of


Consumer Policy 24(2): 117-184, 2001.

Ippolito, P. and Mathios, A. “Information, Advertising, and Health Choices,” Rand


Journal of Economics 21(3): 459-480, 1990.

Ippolito, P. and Mathios, A. “Information and Advertising: The Case of Fat


Consumption in the United States,” American Economic Review 85(2): 132-156,
1995.

Pope, R. “The Value of Information About Food -- Concepts and Their Implications for
Measurement,” Technical Bulletin, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C:
U.S. Department of Agriculture, forthcoming.

Puelz, R. & Snow, A. “Evidence on Adverse Selection: Equilibrium Signaling and Cross-
Subsidization in the Insurance Market,” Journal of Political Economy 102(2): 236-
57, 1994.

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Roberts, T., Buzby, J. & Olinger, M. “Using Benefit and Cost Information to Evaluate a
Food Safety Regulation: HACCP for Meat and Poultry,” American journal of
Agricultural Economics 78: 1297-1301, 1996.

Senauer, B., Kinsey, J. & Roe, T. “The Cost of Inaccurate Consumer Information: The
Case of EPA Gas Mileage,” Journal of Consumer Affairs 18(2): 193-212, 1984.

Sexton, R. Sexton, T., Jong-Wen Wann, J. & Kling, C. “The Conservation and Welfare
Effects of Information in a Time-of-Day Pricing Experiment,” Land Economics
65(3): 272-80, 1989.

Sexton, R. “Welfare Loss From Inaccurate Information: An Economic Model With


Application to Food Labels,” Journal of Consumer Affairs 15(2): 214-31, 1981.

Sexton, R. & Sexton, T. “Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives on Consumer


Response to Electricity Information,” Journal of Consumer Affairs 21(2): 238-57,
1987.

Teisberg, T. & Weilher, R. “Valuation of Geomagnetic Storm Forecasts: An Estimate of


the Net Economic Benefits of a Satellite Warning System,” Journal of Policy
Analysis and Management 19(2): 329-335, 1999.

Wimmer, B. & Chezum, B. “An Empirical Examination of Quality Certification in a


‘Lemons Market’,” Economic Inquiry 41(2): 279-291, 2003.

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Baade, R. “An Analysis of the Economic Rationale for Public Subsidization of Sports
Stadiums,” Annals of Regional Science 22(2): 37-48, 1988.

Bille, T. “A Contingent Valuation Study of the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen,” 200-37,


in S. Navrud and R. Ready (ed.), Valuing Cultural Heritage Cheltenham, UK:
Edward Elgar, 2002.

Blake, A. “The Economic Impact of the London 2012 Olympics,” TTRI Discussion
Paper 5/2005, Nottingham: Christel DeHaan Tourism and Travel Research
Institute, Nottingham University Business School.

Boardman, A. & and S. Hargreaves-Heap, "Network Externalities and Government


Restrictions on Satellite Broadcasting of Key Sporting Events," Journal of Cultural
Economics 23:3, 1999, 167-181.

Boxall, P., Englin, J., & Adamowicz, W. “The Contribution of Aboriginal Rock Paintings
to Wilderness Recreation Values in North America,” 105-17, in S. Navrud and R.
Ready (ed.), Valuing Cultural Heritage Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2002.

Boxall, P., Englin, J., & Adamowicz, W. “Valuing Aboriginal Artifacts: A Combined
Revealed-Stated Preference Approach,” Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management 45(2): 213-30, 2003.

Crompton, J. “Economic Impact of Sports Facilities and Events: Eleven Sources of


Misapplication,” Journal of Sport Management 9(1): 14-35, 1995.

Crompton, J. “Economic Impact Studies: Instruments for Political Shenanigans?,”


Journal of Travel Research 45(1): 67-82, 2006.

Crompton, J., Lee, S. & Shuster, T. “A Guide for Undertaking Economic Studies: The
Springfest Festival,” Journal of Travel Research 40(1): 79-87, 2001.

Dwyer, L. & Forsyth, P. “Public Sector Support for Special Events,” Eastern Economic
Journal 35(4): 481-499, 2009.

Dwyer, L. & Forsyth, P. “Assessing the Benefits of Inbound Tourism,” Annals of


Tourism Research 20(4): 751-768, 1993.

Finn, A., McFadyn, S. & Hoskins, C. “Valuing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation,”
Journal of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 177-192, 2003.

Fleisher, A. & Felsenstein, D. “Cost-Benefit Analysis Using Economic Surpluses: A


Case Study of a Televised Event,” Journal of Cultural Economics 26(2): 139-156,
2002.

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Garrod, G., Willis, K., Bjarnadottir & Cockbain, “The Non-Priced Benefits of
Renovating Historic Buildings,” Cities 13(6): 420-430, 1996.

Haener, M., Dosman, D., Adamowicz, W. & Boxall, P. “Can Stated Preference Methods
be Used to Value Attributes of Subsistence Hunting by Aboriginal Peoples? A
Case Study in Northern Saskatchewan,” American Journal of Agricultural
Economics 83(3): 1334-40, 2001.

Hamilton, B. & Kahn, P. “Baltimore’s Camden Yards Ballparks,” 245-281, in Noll, R. &
Zimbalist, A. (eds.) Sports, Jobs & Taxes Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution
Press, 1997.

Holt, G., Elliot, D. & Moore, A. “Placing a Value on Public Library Services,” Public
Libraries 38(2): 98-108, 1999.

Irani, D. “Public Subsidies to Stadiums: Do the Costs Outweigh the Benefits?” Public
Finance Review 25(2): 238-254, 1997.

Johnson, B & Whitehead, J. “Value of Public Goods from Sports Stadiums: The CVM
Approach,” Contemporary Economic Policy 18(1): 48-58, 2000.

Madden, J. “Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Mega Sporting Events: A General


Equilibrium Assessment,” Public Finance and Management 6(3): 346-394, 2006.

Maddison, D. & Mourato, S. “Valuing Different Road Options for Stonehenge,”


Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 4(4): 203-12, 2001.

Martin, F. “Determining the Size of Museum Subsidies,” Journal of Cultural Economics


18(4): 255-70, 1994.

Morey, E., Rossman, K., Chesnut, L. and Ragland, S. “Valuing Reduced Acid Rain
Deposition Injuries to Cultural Resources. Marble Monuments in Washington,
D.C,” 159-83, in S. Navrud and R. Ready (ed.), Valuing Cultural Heritage
Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2002.

Navrud, S. & Strand, J. “Social Costs and Benefits of Preserving and Restoring the
Nidaros Cathedral,” 31-9, in S. Navrud and R. Ready (ed.), Valuing Cultural
Heritage Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2002.

Noll, R. & Zimbalist, A. (eds.) Sports, Jobs & Taxes Washington D.C.: Brookings
Institution Press, 1997.

Noonan, D. “Contingent Valuation and Cultural Resources: A Meta-Analytic Review of


the Literature,” Journal of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 159-176, 2003.

Papandrea, F. “Willingness to Pay for Domestic Television Programming,” Journal of


Cultural Economics 23(3): 147-164, 1999.

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Powe, N. and Willis, K. “Benefits Received by Visitors to Heritage Sites: A Case Study
of Warkworth Castle,” Leisure Studies 15(4): 259-75, 1996.

Price, C. “Donations, Charges and Willingness to Pay: Aesthetic Values for Cathedrals
and Countryside,” Landscape Research 19(1): 9-12, 1994.

Rolfe, J. & Windle, J. “Valuing the Protection of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Sites,”
The Economic Record 79(Special Issue): 85-95, 2003.

Sanz, J., Herrero, L. & Bedate, A. “Contingent Valuation and Semiparametric Methods:
A Case Study of the National Museum of Sculpture in Valladolid, Spain,” Journal
of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 241-57, 2003.

Schwer, R. & Daneshvary, R. “Willingness to Pay for Public Television and the Advent
of Look-Alike Cable-Television Channels – A Case Study,” Journal of Media
Economics 8(3): 95-109, 1995.

Shaffer, M., Greer, A. & Mauboules, C. Olympics Costs and Benefits Vancouver: Centre
for Policy Alternatives, 2003.

Thompson, E., Berger, M., Blomquist, G. & Allen, S. “Valuing the Arts: A Contingent
Valuation Approach,” Journal of Cultural Economics 26(2): 87-113, 2002.

Throsby, D. “Determining the Value of Cultural Goods: How Much (or How Little) Does
Contingent Valuation Tell Us?” Journal of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 275-285,
2003.

Ulibarri, C. & Ulibarri, V. “Benefit-Transfer Valuation of a Cultural Heritage Site: The


Petroglyph National Monument,” Environment and Development Economics
15(1): 39-57, 2010.

Whitehead, J. & Finney, S. “Willingness to Pay for Submerged Maritime Cultural


Resources,” Journal of Cultural Economics 27(3-4): 231-40, 2003.

Willis, K. & Garrod, G. “Estimating the Demand for Cultural Heritage: Artefacts of
Historical and Architectural Interest,” Hume Papers in Public Policy 6(3): 1-16,
1998.

Willis, K. & Powe, N. “Paying for Heritage: What Price for Durham Cathedral?” Journal
of Environmental Planning and Management 37(3): 267-78, 1994.

Zimmerman, D. “Subsidizing Stadiums: Who Benefits, Who Pays? 119-145, in Noll, R.


& Zimbalist, A. (eds.) Sports, Jobs & Taxes Washington D.C.: Brookings
Institution Press, 1997.

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Grinols, E. & Omorov, J. “Development or Dreamfield Delusions?: Assessing Casino


Gambling’s Costs and Benefits ” The Journal of Law and Commerce 16(1): 49-87,
1996.

Grinols, E. & Mustard, D. “Business Profitability Versus Social Profitability,”


Managerial and Decision Economics 22(1-3): 143-162, 2001.

Henriksson, L. “Hardly a Quick Fix: Casino Gambling in Canada,” Canadian Public


Policy 22(2): 116-128.

Henriksson, L. “Gambling in Canada: Some Insights for Cost-Benefit Analysis”


Managerial and Decision Economics 22(1-3): 113-123, 2001.

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Greenberg, D. & Robbins, P. “Incorporating Nonmarket Time into Benefit-Cost Analyses


of Social Programs: An Application to the Self-Sufficiency Program,” Journal of
Public Economics 92(3-4): 766-94, 2008.

Karoly, L., Greenwood, P., Eviringham, S., Hoube, J., Kilburn, M., Rydell, P., Sanders,
M. & Chiesa, J. Investing in Our Children: What We Know and Don’t Know about
the Costs and Benefits of Early Childhood Intervention, Santa Monica, CA.:
RAND.

Karoly, L., Kilburn, M., Bigelow, J., Caulkins, J., Cannon, J. & Chiesa, J. Assessing
Costs and Benefits of Early Childhood Intervention Programs: Overview and
Application to the Starting Early Smart Program, Santa Monica, CA.: RAND.

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