|Title||Report/Research Authors||Research Organization|
|1. Benefits Analysis|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Quantification without Monetization|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Risk Communication and Other|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Benefits Transfer|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Morbidity|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Mortality|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Other|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Productivity|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Resource/Environmental Harms|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Other|
|1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Revealed Preference|
|A Case Study of a Hazardous Waste Site: Perspectives from Economics and Psychology, Volume IV of Improving Accuracy and Reducing the Costs of Environmental Benefits Assessments (05/01/1986)||Schulze, William D.|
McClelland, Gary H.
|Colorado, University of, Departments of Economics and Psychology|
|A Comparison of Alternative Approaches for Estimating Recreation and Related Benefits of Water Quality Improvements (03/01/1983)||Desvousges, William H.|
Smith, V. Kerry
McGivney, Matthew P.
|Research Triangle Institute|
|A Model Estimating the Economic Impacts of Current Levels of Acidification on Recreational Fishing in the Adirondack Mountains (05/01/1985)||Violette, Daniel M.||Energy and Resource Consultants, Inc.|
|A Review of Air Pollutant Damage to Materials (10/01/1980)||Yocom, John E.|
Stankunas, Alexander R.
|TRC Environmental Consultants, Inc.|
|A Set of Morbidity and Mortality Values for Environmental Assessment (09/01/1985)||Tolley, George S.||Chicago, University of|
|AERE Workshop on Recreation Demand Modeling (07/10/1985)||Morey, Edward|
Rowe, Robert D.
Smith, V. Kerry
|Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE)|
|Alternative Assessment Methods for Benefits of Acid Deposition Control||Crocker, Thomas D.||Wyoming, University of, Resource and Environmental Economics Laboratory|
|An Analytical Basis for Valuing Potential and Realized Groundwater Protection Benefits in the State of Wyoming (07/01/1988)||Crocker, Thomas D.|
Forester, Bruce A.
Shogren, Jason F.
|Wyoming, University of,|
Department of Economics
|An Economic Assessment of the Benefits of the Final Effluent Limitations Guidelines for Iron and Steel Manufacturers (05/01/1982)||Raucher, Robert||Public Interest Economics Center|
|An Economic Assessment of the Benefits of the Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines for Organics and Plastics Manufacturers Volume II (03/01/1984)||Cook, Zena L.|
Ferguson, Allen R.
Leighton, Julia L.
|Public Interest Economics Foundation|
|An Hedonic Analysis of Property Values and Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup: The Effects of Cleanup over Time (06/01/1998)||Hurd, Brian|
|Colorado at Boulder, University of, Center for Economic Analysis|
|Assessing the Benefits of Drinking Water: A Primer for Stakeholders (04/01/2002)||Office of Water, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water and Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation, National Center for Environmental Economics|
|Automobile Safety and the Value of Statistical Life in the Family: Valuing Reduced Risk for Children, Adults and the Elderly (06/15/2000)||Mount, Timothy|
|Benefit Methodologies Applied to Hazardous Waste, Volume I of Research and Demonstration of Improved Methods for Carrying Out Benefit-Cost Analysis of Individual Regulations (11/01/1984)||Harrison Jr., David||Harvard University,|
John F. Kennedy School of Government,
Energy and Environmental Policy Center
|Benefit of Water Pollution Control on Property Values (10/01/1973)||Dornbusch, D.M.|
|David M. Dornbusch and Company|
|Benefits From Improvement in Chesapeake Bay Water Quality, Volume III of Benefit Analysis Using Indirect or Imputed Market Methods (04/01/1988)||Bockstael, Nancy E.|
McConnell, Kenneth E.
Strand, Ivar E.
|Maryland, University of, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics|
|Benefits of Preserving Cultural Materials from Damages Associated with Acidic Deposition (12/01/1983)||Charles River Associates Inc.||Charles River Associates Inc.|