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Contrasting conventional with multi-level modelling approaches to meta-analysis: expectation consistency in UK woodland recreation values

Contrasting conventional with multi-level modelling approaches to meta-analysis: expectation consistency in UK woodland recreation values

Econometrics informing natural resources management: selected empirical analyses: 281-315

This chapter compares the application of traditional regression and novel multi-level modelling (MLM) methodologies to meta-analyses of British woodland recreation values. While both sets of results generally conform well to expectations derived from either theoretical considerations or empirical regularities, the conventional regression findings suggest that certain authors and forests are associated with large recreation value residuals.

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