|aEnvironmental economics, experimental methods /|cedited by Todd L. Cherry, Stephan Kroll, and Jason F. Shogren.
|axxi, 486 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledge explorations in environmental economics ;|v8
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tBaseline-and-credit emission permit trading : experimental evidence under variable output capacity /|rNeil J. Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, and R. Andrew Muller --|tA laboratory analysis of industry consolidation and diffusion under tradable fishing allowance management /|rChristopher M. Anderson, Matthew A. Freeman, and Jon G. Sutinen --|tCaveat emptor Kyoto : comparing buyer and seller liability in carbon emission trading /|rRobert Godby and Jason F. Shogren --|tA test bed experiment for water and salinity rights trading in irrigation regions of the Murray Darling Basin, Australia /|rCharlotte Duke, Lata Gangadharan, and Timothy N. Cason --|tAligning policy and real world settings : an experimental economics approach to designing and testing a cap-and-trade salinity credit policy /|rJohn R. Ward, Jeffery Connor, and John Tisdell --|tDiscussion : tradeable permit markets /|rDallas Burtraw and Dan Shawhan --|tCommunication and the extraction of natural renewable resources with threshold externalities /|rC. M漃nica Capra and Tomomi Tanaka --|tUnilateral emissions abatement : an experiment /|rBodo Sturm and Joachim Weimann --|tVoluntary contributions with multiple public goods /|rTodd L. Cherry and David L. Dickinson --|tCan public goods experiments inform policy? : interpreting results in the presence of confused subjects /|rStephen J. Cotten, Paul J. Ferraro, and Christian A. Vossler --|tSpies and swords : behavior in environments with costly monitoring and sanctioning /|rRob Moir --|tDiscussion : common property and public goods /|rCatherine L. Kling --|tManagerial incentives for compliance with environmental information disclosure programs /|rMary F. Evans ... [et al.] --|tAn investigation of voluntary discovery and disclosure of environmental violations using laboratory experiments /|rJames J. Murphy and John K. Stranlund --|tCongestion pricing and welfare : an entry experiment /|rLisa R. Anderson, Charles A. Holt, and David Reiley --|tSocial preferences in the face of regulatory change /|rJ. Gregory George, Laurie T. Johnson and E. Elisabet Rutstr鋌m --|tThe effects of recommended play on compliance with ambient pollution instruments /|rRobert J. Oxoby and John Spraggon --|tDiscussion : regulation and compliance /|rKathleen Segerson --|tPreference reversal asymmetries in a static choice setting /|rTimothy Haab and Brian Roe --|tMeasuring preferences for genetically modified food products /|rCharles Noussair, Stephane Robin, and Bernard Ruffieux --|tAn experimental investigation of choice under "hard" uncertainty /|rCalvin Blackwell, Therese Grijalva, and Robert P. Berrens --|tRationality spillovers in Yellowstone /|rChad Settle, Todd L. Cherry, and Jason F. Shogren --|tWind hazard risk perception : an experimental test /|rBradley T. Ewing, Jamie B. Kruse, and Mark A. Thompson --|tConsequentiality and demand revelation in double referenda /|rKatherine S. Carson, Susan M. Chilton, and W. George Hutchinson --|tInvestigating the characteristics of stated preferences for reducing the impacts of air pollution :
|aEnvironmental economics|xMathematical models.
|aCherry, Todd L.
|aShogren, Jason F.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0719/2007021864.html