Potential policy options to improve sport fishing in Balbina: a choice experiment analysis (thesis)
Albuja Bucheli, Maria Gabriela
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In the case of Balbina, we try to measure the value of recreational fishing, which is a direct use value not captured by actual market transactions that generates utility for sport anglers. As Kahn explains, there are essentially three methods that can be used to measure the value of non market goods in environmental economics. . . . Due to its advantages, this study is developed using the choice modeling stated preference technique to elicit non market values for sport fishing in Balbina and the trade-offs involved when considering different policy options to improve the reservoir. [From the Introduction]
Thesis; [FULL-TEXT FREELY AVAILABLE ONLINE]Maria Gabriela Albuja Bucheli is a member of the Class of 2011 of Washington and Lee University.
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