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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. You could not be signed in. Interviewing people in the context of a valuation scenario, informs them for improvements that will be undertaken from the new projects under consideration and at the same time involves them as users in the decision making process. Access to full text is restricted to subscribers. Does the number of discrete choice options matter? The current contingent valuation study is performed based on data collected through personal interviews where respondents are asked about their WTP for a given improvement in the water supply. Cited by Google Scholar.

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For this purpose, a double bound dichotomous choice format contingent valuation study was conducted where members of households were interviewed with face to face interviews. Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Van Houtven, George L.

Evaluating Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Improved Potable Water Quality and Quantity

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Volume 5, Issue 6. Water Supply 5 6: Access to full text is restricted to subscribers. The current contingent valuation study is performed based on data collected through personal interviews where respondents are asked about their WTP for a given improvement in the water supply.

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The present research is about water supply shortages and low drinking water quality in the Municipality of Rethymno during peak water demand periods. Contingent valuationdouble bounded dichotomous choicewastewater treatment.

Evaluating Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Improved Potable Water Quality and Quantity

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Interviewing people in the context of a valuation scenario, informs them for improvements that will be undertaken from the new projects under consideration and at the same time involves them as users in the decision making process.

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The results point out that female respondents, households with high income, with children, and households which do not use tap water for drinking, are on average willing to pay more. Water Science and Technology: You could not be signed in.