By Ekin Birol, Phoebe Koundouri
This cutting edge publication is a compilation of cutting-edge selection test experiences undertaken in numerous ecu Union (EU) international locations, together with Finland, France, Greece, eire, Italy, Poland, Spain and the uk. The case stories provided drawback a number of environmental, agricultural and traditional source matters - corresponding to the administration of water assets, forests and agricultural landscapes; conservation of biodiversity and cultural history; noise pollutants relief and nutrients labeling.The ebook highlights how the alternative test procedure should be hired to notify effective and powerful layout and implementation of varied ecu point agricultural and environmental rules and directives, akin to the typical Agricultural coverage, Water Framework Directive, Forestry approach, Habitats Directive and foodstuff labeling platforms. This e-book can be of serious curiosity to researchers operating within the fields of environmental, typical source and agricultural economics. teachers and graduate scholars world wide, in addition to utilized economists operating in overseas and nationwide firms, would receive advantages from the leading edge selection scan purposes awarded during this ebook. overseas and nationwide coverage makers also will enjoy the info at the use and usability of the alternative test process in informing effective and powerful environmental, agricultural and average source administration coverage making.
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The ﬁnal case study on landscape management (Chapter 6) is by Loureiro and López, who investigate tourists’ preferences for various landscape attributes in Galicia, Spain. Tourists’ WTP was estimated for four landscape and cultural attributes, namely historical-cultural heritage; traditional customs, food products, and rural settlements; local environment; and agro-forest landscape. The results show that tourists derive the highest beneﬁts from protection of the local environment (maintaining clean rivers, cleaning open spaces and collecting and recycling waste), followed by protection of the traditional agro-forestry landscape (including wine terraces, autochthonous forests and autochthonous livestock).
The attributes considered in this choice experiment were ﬁshing area, ﬁshing system employed and price of the annual permit. All these attributes are found to be signiﬁcant determinants of ﬁshermen’s wetland management Applications of the choice experiment method in Europe 23 choices. The study also found that adopting the most environmentally friendly and traditional ﬁshing system would result in signiﬁcant welfare losses for the respondents and the population they are drawn from. Willis et al.
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Choice Experiments Informing Environmental Policy: A European Perspective (New Horizons in Environmental Economics) by Ekin Birol, Phoebe Koundouri