Affiliation: University of Glasgow
- Aggregating the benefits of environmental improvements: distance-decay functions for use and non-use valuesNick Hanley
Department of Economics, University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Building, G12 8RT, Scotland, Glasgow, UK n d
J Environ Manage 68:297-304. 2003..Finally, we explore the impact on part-whole bias, in terms of the relationship between WTP for an individual site and WTP for a more inclusive group of sites, of allowing for distance-decay effects...
- Estimating the monetary value of health care: lessons from environmental economicsNick Hanley
Economics Department, University of Glasgow, UK
Health Econ 12:3-16. 2003..Important areas for future research in health economics are identified...
- Estimating the economic value of improvements in river ecology using choice experiments: an application to the water framework directiveNick Hanley
Economics Department, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland
J Environ Manage 78:183-93. 2006..We thus also test the ability of choice experiments for benefits transfer across two very similar rivers in the UK...
- Cost-benefit analysis and the water framework directive in ScotlandNick Hanley
Economics Department, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, United Kingdom
Integr Environ Assess Manag 2:156-65. 2006..We find that for Scotland as a whole, implementation is predicted to result in positive net social benefits...