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Autores: Lynch,
Lori; Geoghegan,
Tipo: Article
Palavras-chave: Agricultural and Food Policy; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Environmental Economics and Policy;
Land Economics/Use; Research Methods/ Statistical Methods; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2011
Water use and salinity in the Murray–Darling Basin: A state-contingent model
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Adamson,
David; Mallawaarachchi,
Thilak; Quiggin,
John C.
The supply of water for irrigation is subject to climatic and policy uncertainty. The object of the present paper is to show how the
linear and non-linear programming models commonly used in modelling problems such as those arising in the Murray–Darling
Basin may be adapted to incorporate a state-contingent representation of uncertainty. Estimates showing the potential value of
improved water use are also derived.
Tipo: Journal Article
Palavras-chave: Irrigation; Salinity; Uncertainty; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy.
Ano: 2007
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Dadakas,
Dimitrios; Jakus,
Paul M.
This paper evaluates the impact of the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) on U.S. farmland values. Fourier series analysis
decomposes climatological variation into ENSO and non-ENSO components.
Farmland values, regressed against ENSO
variation and other variables, are negatively affected by ENSO related weather variability in about 90% of U.S. climatological
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation
Palavras-chave: El Nino; Farmland Value; Ricardian Rent Theory; Land Economics/Use; Resource /Energy Economics and
Ano: 1999
Estimating consumer surplus and elasticity of demand of tourist visitation to a region in North
Queensland using contingent valuation
Provedor de dados: 31
Autores: Greiner,
Romy; Rolfe,
The Daintree Rainforest is a prime attraction for Tropical North Queensland as a tourist destination. Visitation of the rainforest,
specifically the Cape Tribulation section, has increased rapidly as impediments to self-drive access have been removed. This
paper examines the potential for the local council to manage the volume of self-drive access to the Cape Tribulation region by
price mechanisms. The assessment is based on estimates of willingness to pay from a contingent valuation survey of self-drive
tourists to the region, from which estimates of consumer surplus and demand elasticity are derived. A comprehensive discussion
of the social and economic implications and transaction costs of price-based mechanisms is offered.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation
Palavras-chave: Contingent valuation; Tourist management; Recreation use fees; Consumer surplus; Elasticity of demand;