||Stated Preference: What Do We Know. Where Do We Go. Proceedings. Session One. Theory and Design of Stated Preference Methods. Octomber 12-13, 2000.
||Environmental Law Inst., Washington, DC.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Economic analysis ;
Decision making ;
Environmental valuation ;
Policy discussions ;
Constructed preferences ;
Environmental decision making ;
Stated preference methods ;
Nonmarket valuation ;
STAR (Science to Achieve Results) grants
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Contents: Introductory Remarks; Session I: Theory and Design of Stated Preference Methods; Incentive and Informational Properties of Preference Questions; Optimal Design for Choice Experiments for Nonmarket Valuation; Constructed Preferences and Environmental Valuation; Policy Discussion for Session I; Question and Answer Period for Session I.