2-D Shapes Are Behind the Drapes! by Tracy Kompelien

By Tracy Kompelien

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Title: 2-D Shapes Are at the back of the Drapes!
Author: Kompelien, Tracy
Publisher: Abdo Group
Publication Date: 2006/09/01
Number of Pages: 24
Binding variety: LIBRARY
Library of Congress: 2006012570

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First, and perhaps most important, it requires an explicit connection to be developed between the CV question and individual preferences. This description interprets how the object of choice posed in a CV question is introduced into an individual’s utility function. The reason for being explicit arises because we wish to take advantage of the efficiency gains from estimating the same parameters with information from different choices. Models derived to describe the revealed preference and CV responses must share some structural parameters for the estimation to offer efficiency advantages.

His Proposition 2Ј implies that provided weak integrability conditions are satisfied we could relax these assumptions as well. Thus, parametric pricing is not a requirement for recovering sufficient information to develop consistent welfare measures. Choice information is. Another way of interpreting professional objections to CV is to suggest people’s responses are at best motivated by a simple integral of one of the stacked components of Ebert’s incomplete conditional demand and should not, on theoretical grounds alone, be expected to offer accurate welfare measures.

Improving the water flow rate in a river that supports whitewater rafting or the water level in a lake that provides boating and fishing opportunities should increase the likelihood that recreationists interested in these types of facilities would decide to use the improved resources. These increases in likelihood (or rate) of use provide information about the importance of the respective improvements to each type of uses. Thus, if analysts search for choice information related to non-market resources, recognizing that it would need to be combined with contingent valuation information, we would then expect that stated preference findings would rarely be the exclusive basis for measuring people’s values for improving environmental resources.

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