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Economic Research and Policy Concerning Water Use and Management, Proceedings of the Third Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series

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Subject:
1. Benefits Analysis
8. Other Analyses and Reports
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Stated Preference
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Revealed Preference
Environmental Media:
b. Water
b. Water - Surface
Authors:
Hsu, Shi-Ling
EPA Project Officer/ Manager:
Carlin, Alan
Geographic Area:
Seattle
Study Purpose:
Empirical Application, Data Development, Policy Evaluation
Report Series:
Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop
Inventory Record #: EE-0423
List of all reports in the Series:
1) Stated Preference: What Do We Know? Where Do We Go?
You are here--> 2) Economic Research and Policy Concerning Water Use and Management, Proceedings of the Third Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
3) Economic Analysis and Land Use Policy, Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
4) Valuing and Managing Ecosystems: Economic Research Sponsored by NSF/EPA, Proceedings of the first Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
5) Community Based Environmental Decision Making, Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
6) Valuing Health for Environmental Policy with Special Emphasis on Children's Health Protection, Proceedings of the Second Workshop in the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series
7) Economic Valuation of Mortality Risk Reduction: Assessing the State of the Art for Policy Applications
8) Market Mechanisms and Incentives: Applications to Environmental Policy, Proceedings of a Workshop Sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency's National Center for Environmental Economics and National Center for Environmental Research
9) Valuing Environmental Health Risk Reductions to Children
10) Corporate Environmental Behavior and the Effectiveness of Government Interventions
11) Valuation of Ecological Benefits: Improving the Science Behind Policy Decisions
12) Socio-economic Causes and Consequences of Future Environmental Changes Workshop
13) Economic Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop
14) Morbidity and Mortality: How Do We Value the Risk of Death and Illness?
15) Market Mechanisms and Incentives: Applications to Environmental Policy
16) Valuation for Environmental Policy: Ecological Benefits
17) Analytical Methods for Assessing the Environmental Justice Implications of Environmental Regulations
18) Improving the Assessment and Valuation of Climate Change Impacts for Policy and Regulatory Analysis: Modeling Climate Change Impacts and Associated Economic Damages
19) Improving the Assessment and Valuation of Climate Change Impacts for Policy and Regulatory Analysis: Research on Climate Change Impacts and Associated Economic Damages
20) Benefits of Environmental Information Disclosure
21) Benefits Transfer Workshop Proceedings
22) Advancing the Theory and Methods for Understanding Employment Effects of Environmental Regulation

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The purpose of the Environmental Policy and Economics Workshop Series is to hold in-depth workshops on timely topics that will further the use of economics as a tool for environmental decision making. Both NSF/EPA grant recipients and researchers (from EPA, fellow Federal agencies, academia, and others) will be invited to attend and discuss their on-going research. Topics are chosen based on relevance to current EPA issues and, more broadly, to issues of concern to the environmental economics community. These topics include exploration of innovations in economic research methods as well as how research will further environmental policy making and future environmental economic studies.
This report represents the proceedings of the third workshop of this series. This two-day workshop was dedicated to exploring issues surrounding water use and watershed management. The first session concerned a specific case study of the Snake River economic study currently underway by the Army Corps of Engineers and several other participating Federal agencies. The next three sessions-"Integrating Economic and Physical Models in Water and Watershed Research," "Methods for Measuring Stakeholder Values of Water Quality and Watershed Protection," and "Applications of Stakeholder Valuation Techniques for Water and Watersheds"-considered economic methods and research areas employed by researchers who are more generally studying water use and/or watershed management.
The Workshop included the following papers (please scroll down for link to download proceedings):

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Date Linked: 05/28/2009

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