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DISCLAIMER
ABSTRACT
1. VOLUME II: EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES FOR VALUING ENVIROMIENTAL COMMODITIES
2. VOLUME III: AN UPDATING OF EARLIER EFFORTS TO ESTIMATE THE NATIONAL BENEFITS OF CONTROLLING ACID PRECIPITATION
Show details for 3. VOLUME IV: VALUING ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS: THE EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION3. VOLUME IV: VALUING ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS: THE EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION
4. VOLUME V: AIR POLLUTION AND DISEASE: AN EVALUATION OF THE NAS TWINS
5. VOLUME VI: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH: THE CASE OF
ST. LOUIS
Show details for 6. VOLUME VII: ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF CONTROLLING THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL 6. VOLUME VII: ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF CONTROLLING THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION ON CHILDREN'S HEALTH
7. VOLUME VIII: MEASURING THE BENEFITS OF CLEAN AIR AND WATER
APPENDIX 1. BIBLIOGRAPHY
FIGURE 1. CHANGES IN PRODUCER'S QUASI-RENT AND CONSUMER'S SURPLUS
FIGURE 2. DISTRIBUTION OF NET BENEFITS, CORN
TABLE 1. OVERVIEW OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF STUDY EXPERIMENTS TO STUDY PURPOSES
TABLE 2. WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY (WEEKDAY SAMPLE, N=36)
TABLE 3. WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY (WEEKEND SAMPLE, N=64)
TABLE 4. RANK-ORDERING OF ENVIRONMENTS
TABLE 5. TOTAL COST SAVINGS, BY SYMPTOM, FOR A 30 PERCENT IMPROVEMENT IN U.S. AIR QUALITY IN 1981 DOLLARS
TABLE 6. VARIABLE DEFINITIONS
TABLE 7. ESTIMATES OF THE HEALTH PRODUCTION FUNCTION (DERIVATIVES EVALUATED AT THE MEAN) 820 CASES
TABLE 8. ESTIMATES OF THE HEALTH PRODUCTION FUNCTION (DERIVATIVES EVALUATED AT THE MEAN) 2197 CASES
TABLE 9. WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR REDUCTIONS IN OZONE LEVELS


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