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Determining the Economic Value of Water: Concepts and Methods
Robert Alton Young
No preview available - 2005
acre-foot agricultural allocation analysis annual applied approach assumed assumptions at-site value at-source values average behavior benefit transfer capital changes concept consumer surplus consumers consumption contingent valuation cost method cost–benefit damages demand function derived econometric economic rents economic value economists effects environmental equation estimate evaluation farm firm forgone hedonic property value hydropower income incremental industrial water input-output model inputs instream investment irrigation water land long-run measure meta-analysis nomic observations offstream ofwater opportunity costs output production function property value method quantity quasi-rents recreational reflect regional rents represent residential water residual method responses returns revealed preference salinity sector shadow price short-run statistical survey tion travel cost travel cost method unit users value marginal product value of water value-added valuing water variable water demand water quality water resource water rights water supply water valuation welfare welfare economics willingness to pay yield