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Evaluating the performance of different willingness to pay question formats for valuing environmental restoration in rural China

Evaluating the performance of different willingness to pay question formats for valuing environmental restoration in rural China

Environment and Development Economics 11(5): 585-601

This paper compares protest rates and willingness to pay (WTP) using a payment card versus single and double bounded voter referendum contingent valuation question formats. To compare the WTP question formats, the study valued a proposed watershed restoration programme for the Ejina oasis in Inner Mongolia Province, China. There were 695 respondents in the payment card treatment and 457 in the dichotomous choice treatment.

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DOI: 10.1017/S1355770X06003147

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