The European COST Action E45 on European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX) participants developed a set of good practice guide- lines for the non-market valuation of forests, elaborating on stated and revealed preference methodologies, as well as benefit transfer and meta-analytical procedures. This article presents a summary of the guidelines.

The European COST Action E45 on European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX) participants developed a set of good practice guidelines for the non-market valuation of forests, elaborating on stated and revealed preference methodologies, as well as benefit transfer and meta-analytical procedures. This article presents a summary of the guidelines.

Non-Market Valuation Good Practice Guidelines Proposal for Forest Goods and Services

SIGNORELLO, Giovanni;DE SALVO, MARIA;
2012-01-01

Abstract

The European COST Action E45 on European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX) participants developed a set of good practice guidelines for the non-market valuation of forests, elaborating on stated and revealed preference methodologies, as well as benefit transfer and meta-analytical procedures. This article presents a summary of the guidelines.
2012
The European COST Action E45 on European Forest Externalities (EUROFOREX) participants developed a set of good practice guide- lines for the non-market valuation of forests, elaborating on stated and revealed preference methodologies, as well as benefit transfer and meta-analytical procedures. This article presents a summary of the guidelines.
Revealed preferences; Stated preferences; Benefit transfer
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