||Methods development for assessing air pollution control benefits.
Cropper, Maureen L. ;
Porter, William R. ;
Hansen, Berton J. ;
Jones, Robert A. ;
Riley, John G.
||California Univ., Riverside.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Health and Ecological Effects.
|| Office of Health and Ecological Effects, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Protection Agency ; Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service,
Air--Pollution--Economic aspects--California. ;
Air pollution ;
Economic impact ;
Economic models ;
Benefit cost analysis ;
Urban areas ;
Decision theory ;
Quality of life ;
Air quality ;
Air pollution abatement ;
Air pollution control ;
Public goods ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||5 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
||The research presented in this volume of a five volume study of the economic benefits of air pollution control explores various facets of the two central project objectives that have not been given adequate attention in the previous volumes. The valuations developed in these previous volumes have all been based on a partial equilibrium framework. Volume IV considers the adjustments and changes in underlying assumptions the values would require if they were to be derived in a general equilibrium framework. A second purely theoretical paper examines the impact upon the aformentioned partial equilibrium valuations under variation in consumer uncertainty about the health hazards associated with various forms of consumption. A new model of the variations in wages for assorted occupations across cities is tested to establish an estimate of willingness to pay for environmental amenities. The volume concludes with a report of a small experiment intended to test a particular way to remove any biases that bidding game respondents have to distort their true valuations.
||Feb. 1979. Includes bibliographical references. "EPA-600/5-79-001 d." Microfiche.
||v. 1. Experiments in the economics of air pollution epidemiology / by T.D. Crocker [and others] -- v. 2. Experiments in valuing non-market goods : a case study of alternative benefit measures of air pollution control in the south coast air basin of southern California / D.S. Brookshire [and others] -- v. 3. A Preliminary assessment of air pollution damages for selected crops within southern California / by Richard M. Adams, Narongsakdi Thanavibulchai, Thomas D. Crocker -- v. 4. Studies on partial equilibrium approaches to valuation of environmental amenities / M.L. Cropper [and others] -- v. 5. Executive summary / D.S. Brookshire [and others].
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||See also Volume 3, PB-293 617 and Volume 5, PB-293 619.
||Also available in set of 5 reports PC E14, PB-293 614-SET.
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