Crime Does Not Pay: Volume 7
Bruce Berman Making Innovation Pay. People Who Turn IP Into Shareholder Value
Skill-Based Pay and Employee Attitudes
Households' Willingness to Pay For Soil Conservation Practices
Willingness to Pay by Using Travel Cost Method: A Case of Nepal
Doctor Strange: Don't Pay the Ferryman
Peter Kent Pay Per Click Search Engine Marketing For Dummies
Estimating Community Willingness to Pay for Environmental Conservation
Strengthening the pay-performance link in government
Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Management in Dunkwa-Offin
Willingness to Pay for Sustainable Management of Wetlands in Nigeria
Willingness-to-Pay to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS
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Pricing and Hedging of Defaultable Models
This work provides an understanding of how the contingent valuation approach could be utilized to estimate the willingness to pay for environmental protection and conservation initiatives by the local communities that directly and indirectly benefit from the environment. The Thesis provides an entry point into the realm of qualitative and quantitative estimation of the value of non-market benefits provided to society by nature. It tries to locate the approach of environmental valuation from economic theory, and offers a reasonable range of examples of studies that have successfully applied contingent valuation across a range of public policy themes. This thesis is particularly important to the extent that it focuses on an issue that has increasingly gained prominence on the environmental policy agenda, namely; how best communities could be brought on board as part of galvanizing efforts for better environmental management.This material will be found useful particularly for environmental policy makers, Third year undergraduate students of Economics, as well as First year Master of Economics students whose interest lie in environmental and natural resource Economics.