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Aggregate Environmental Epidemiology: Retrospect and Prospect (01/01/1983)Sharefkin, Mark F.
Carson, Richard T.
Resources for the Future
Assessing the Benefits of Drinking Water: A Primer for Stakeholders (04/01/2002)Computer IconOffice of Water, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water and Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation, National Center for Environmental Economics
Benefits Transfer: Procedures, Problems, and Research Needs, 1992 Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Workshop, Snowbird, Utah (04/01/1993)Computer IconBingham, Tayler H.
Kealy, Mary Jo
David, Elizabeth L.
LeBlanc, Michael
Graham-Tomassi, Theodore
Leeworthy, Robert
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE)
Computational Framework for Assessing Costs and Benefits of Mandated Environmental Quality Management Actions (05/16/1983)Meta Systems, Inc.
Economic Damages to Household Items from Water Supply Use in the United StatesComputer IconTihansky, Dennis P.Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Implementation Research Division,
Economic Analysis Branch
Economics and Episodic Disease: The Benefits of Preventing a Giardiasis Outbreak (01/01/1991)Harrington, Wiston
Krupnick, Alan J.
Spofford, Jr., Walter O.
Resources for the Future
Environmental Investments: The Cost of a Clean Environment, Report of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to the Congress of the United States. (11/01/1990)Computer IconEnvironmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, Science, Economics, and Statistics Division
Evaluating the Risk Tradeoffs of Drinking Water Disinfection (07/13/1987)Raucher, RobertEnergy and Resource Consultants, Inc.
Implementation Opportunities for Economic Incentives for Environmental Pollution Control (03/01/1993)Computer IconEnvironmental Law Institute
Measuring the Benefits of Water Pollution Abatement (01/01/1981)Mills, Edwin S.
Feenberg, Daniel
Princeton University,
Department of Economics
Reducing Lead in Drinking Water: A Benefit Analysis (04/01/1987)Computer IconLevin, RonnieEnvironmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation
Reducing Lead in Drinking Water: A Benefit Analysis: Summary (12/01/1986)Levin, RonnieEnvironmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation
Sector Study: Incremental National Pollution Control Costs and Benefits Summary (07/01/1988)Computer IconEnvironmental Law Institute
The Benefits of Preventing an Outbreak of Giardiasis Due to Drinking Water Contamination (09/01/1985)Harrington, Winston
Krupnick, Alan J.
Spofford Jr., Walter O.
Resources for the Future
The Health and Economic Effects of Drinking WaterComputer IconMcCormick, David
Candela, Cristine
Bendix Corporation, Applied Science and Technology Division
The Municipal Sector Study: Impacts of Environmental Regulations on Municipalities (09/01/1988)Computer IconSingh, Jasbinder
Stein, Raffael
Chandra, Sanjay
Snyder, Brett
Policy Planning and Evaluation, Inc.
Valuing Changes in Drinking Water Quality Using Averting Expenditures (02/01/1990)Computer IconAbdalla, Charles W.
Epp, Donald J.
Roach, Brian A.
Pennsylvania State University, Environmental Resources Research Institute
Valuing Drinking Water Risk Reductions Using the Contingent Valuation Method: A Methodological Study of Risks From THM and Giardia (05/01/1986)Mitchell, Robert Cameron
Carson, Richard T.
Resources for the Future
Valuing Environmental Quality Changes Using Averting Expenditures: An Application to Groundwater Contamination (06/01/1990)Abdalla, Charles W.
Epp, Donald J.
Roach, Brian A
Shortle, James S.
Pennsylvania State University, Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology Department

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