SOME NOTEWORTHY OUTSIDE PUBLICATIONS APPARENTLY PREPARED AS A RESULT OF RESEARCH FUNDED BY THE EPA OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FROM 1971 TO 1983 by Alan Carlin
In those cases where the parentage to reports to EPA is clear, the publications are shown in [brackets].
Adams, R.M., T.D. Crocker, N. Thanavibulchai, “An economic assessment of air pollution damages to selected annual crops in Southern California,” Journal of Enviroronmental Economics and Management, 9(1), March, 1982, pp. 42-58.
[Brookshire, David S., Ralph C. d'Arge, William D. Schulze, and Mark A. Thayer. 1979. Experiments in Valuing Non-Market Goods: A Case Study of Alternative Benefit Measures of Air Pollution Control in the South Coast Air Basin of Southern California, vol. 2 of Methods Development for Assessing Air Pollution Control Benefits, EPA-600/5-79-001b].
- Published as David S. Brookshire, Mark A. Thayer, William D. Schulze, and Ralph C. d'Arge, "Valuing Public Goods: A Comparison of Survey and Hedonic Approaches," The American Economic Review, Vol. 72, No. 1, March 1982, pp. 165-77
- Reprinted in The Economics of the Environment: An Introduction, edited by Anil Markandya and Julie Richardson, Earthscan Publications Limited, London, 1992.
Reprinted in Economics of the Environment, edited by Wallace Oates, Edward Elgar Publishers, London, 1992
Brookshire, David S., and Thomas D. Crocker, “The Advantages of Contingent Valuation Methods for Benefit-cost Analysis,” Public Choice, 36(2), January, 1981, pp. 235-52. [stated to be based in part on grants from EPA and EPRI]
Brookshire, David S., Don L. Coursey, and William D. Schulze, “The External Validity of Experimental Economics Techniques: Analysis of Demand Behavior,” Economic Inquiry, 25(2), 1987, pp. 239-50.
Coursey, Don L., John L. Hovis, and William D. Schulze, “The Disparity between Willingness to Accept and Willingness to Pay Measures of Value, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 102(3), August, 1987, pp. 679-90.
Coursey, Don L., and William D. Schulze, “The Application of Laboratory Experimental Economics to the Contingent Valuation of Public Goods,” Public Choice, 49(1), January 1986, pp. 47-68.
Crocker, Thomas D., William D. Schulze, Shaul Ben-David, and Allen V. Kneese. 1979. Experiments with Economics of Air Pollution Epidemioloqy, vol. 1 of Methods Development for Assessing Air Pollution Control Benefits, EPA-600/5-79-001a
Crocker, TD, and BA Foster, “Decision Problems in the Control of Acid Precipiation: Nonconvexities and Irreversibilities,” Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 31(1), January 1981, pp. 31-7.
Crocker, TD, and RL Horst, “Hours of Work, Labor Productivity, and Environmental Conditions: A Case Study,” The Review of Economics and Statistics, 63(3), August 1981, pp. 361-8.
Cummings, Ronald, D.S. Brookshire, W.D. Schulze, Valuing Environmental Goods: An Assessment of the Contingent Valuation Method, Rowman and Allanheld, Totawa, NJ, 1986, 270 pp. [Also available on NCEE Website]
Gerking, Shelby, and William Schulze, “What Do We Know about Benefits of Reduced Mortality from Air Pollution Control,” The American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 71(2), May 1981, pp. 228-34.
Loehman, Edna, David Boldt, and Kathleen Chaikin. 1980. Study Design and Property Value Study, vol. 1 of Measuring the Benefits of Air Quality Improvements in the San Francisco Bay Area, EPA-230-07-83-009 .
Mills, Edwin S., and Feenberg, Daniel, Measuring the Benefits of Water Pollution Abatement, Academic Press, New York, 1980, ISBN 0122509501
[Mitchell, Robert Cameron, and Richard T. Carson. 1981. An Experiment in Willingness to Pay for Intrinsic Water Pollution Control Benefits, Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future)]
- Much later and improved version published (with some added EPA funding) as Robert T. Carson and Richard T. Carson, "The Value of Clean Water: The Public's Willingness to Pay for Boatable, Fishable, and Swimmable Quality Water," Water Resources Research, Vol. 29, No. 7, pp. 2445-2454, July 1993. Also led to Robert Cameron Mitchell and Richard T. Carson, Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: The Contingent Value Method, RFF Press, Washington, DC, 1989, 488 pages, ISBN 0-915707-32-2.
Schulze, WD, RC d’Age, and DS Brookshire, “Valuing Environmental Commodities: Some Recent Experiments,” Land Economics, 57(2), May 1981, pp. 151-72.
Schulze, W., and S. Gerking, “What Do We Know about Benefits of Reduced Mortality from Air Polluition Control,” American Economic Review Proceedings, 72(1), May 1981.
Sharefkin, Mark F. 1983. Economic Benefits from Control of Major Environmental Episodes, (Washington, D.C., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development).
Vaughan, William J., and Clifford S. Russell. 1982. Freshwater Recreational Fishing: The National Benefits of Water Pollution Control (Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future), John Hopkins University Press. 220pp. ISBN: 0801829860
Part of research also published as
William J. Vaughan and Clifford S. Russell, "Valuing a Fishing Day: An Application of a Systematic Varying Parameter Model," Land Economics, Vol. 58, No. 4, 1982, pp. 450-63