Contingent Valuation of Yangtze Finless Porpoises in Poyang by Yanyan Dong

By Yanyan Dong

This booklet offers the findings of the examine, and gives research of either its methodological and policy-related implications. at the method facet, it assesses and validates the valuation workshop method; appraises the impact of distance on willingness to pay and the impression of the respondents’ skill to pay. From a coverage standpoint, the publication examines the attitudes and choice of respondents on trade-offs among financial progress and ecological use.

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