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A bibliography on stated preference studies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Jürgen Meyerhoff and Peter Elsasser

A bibliography on stated preference studies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland

A Sociological Perspective on Stated Willingness to Pay
Ulf Liebe and Jürgen Meyerhoff

A Sociological Perspective on Stated Willingness to Pay

Participant behaviour and performance in Contingent Valuation
Nele Lienhoop

Participant behaviour and performance in Contingent Valuation

Utilisation of Grounded Theory Methodology for the development of a Choice Experiment: Preliminary studies  on the insurance value of biodiversity
Sandra Rajmis and Jan Barkmann

Utilisation of Grounded Theory Methodology for the development of a Choice Experiment: Preliminary studies on the insurance value of biodiversity

WTP or WTA, or both? Experiences from two choice experiments for early planning stages
Claudia Cerda et al.

WTP or WTA, or both? Experiences from two choice experiments for early planning stages

Valuing farm animal genetic resources by using a choice ranking method
Kerstin Zander and Karin Holm-Müller

Valuing farm animal genetic resources by using a choice ranking method

A split-sample experiment to test for effects of attribute order in choice experiments
Klaus Glenk

A split-sample experiment to test for effects of attribute order in choice experiments

In quest of appropriate scenarios: Contingent valuation of Icelandic hydropower
David Bothe

In quest of appropriate scenarios: Contingent valuation of Icelandic hydropower

The neglect of possible disutility as a bias source in the contingent valuation of public goods
Peter Elsasser

The neglect of possible disutility as a bias source in the contingent valuation of public goods

Estimating WTP with Discrete Choice Models
Andrea M. Leiter

Estimating WTP with Discrete Choice Models

Stated Preference Methods for Environmental Valuation: Applications from Austria and Germany
Jürgen Meyerhoff et al.

Stated Preference Methods for Environmental Valuation: Applications from Austria and Germany