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Contingent valuation analysis of willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity
John H. Cawley
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 12510., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12510.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
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|Pagination||29 p. :|
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’Protest zeros’ occur when respondents reject some aspect of the contingent valuation (CV) market scenario by reporting a zero value even though they place a positive value on the amenity being valued. This is inevitable even in the best-designed CV study, and, when excluded on an ad hoc basis, may cause a selection bias problem. This could affect the Cited by: Estimating consumer willingness to pay a price premium for Alaska secondary wood products. Res. Pap. PNW-RP Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 7 p. Dichotomous choice contingent valuation survey techniques were used to estimate.
The In most contingent valuation (CV) studies, WTP (Willingness to pay) and WTA (Willingness to accept) were often used separately, so protesting or no response or even babbling answers are increasing, and the debate persists over the reliability of CV in economic policy analysis. In order to improve the reliability of CV, WTP and WTA is used. COST–BENEFIT ANALYSIS INVOLVING ADDICTIVE GOODS: CONTINGENT VALUATION TO ESTIMATE WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY FOR SMOKING CESSATION DAVID L. WEIMERa,, AIDAN R. VININGb and RANDALL K. THOMASc aUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA bSimon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Canada cHarris Interactive, Rochester, NY, USA .
Blomquist, G. C., and Whitehead, J. C. () Resource Quality Information and Validity of Willingness to Pay in Contingent Valuation, Resource and Energy Economics, 20(2): (June ). Published by Elsevier (ISSN: ). Resource quality information and validity of willingness to pay in contingent valuation. CONTINGENT VALUATION RICHARD T. CARSON University of California, San Diego, USA W. MICHAEL HANEMANN University of California, Berkeley, USA Contents Abstract Keywords 1. Introduction 2. History of contingent valuation Antecedents and beginnings Early empirical development File Size: KB.
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Contingent Valuation Analysis of Willingness to Pay To Reduce Childhood Obesity John Cawley. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in SeptemberRevised in June NBER Program(s):Health Care, Health Economics.
Several recent surveys have asked Americans whether they support policies to reduce childhood obesity. This paper uses contingent valuation (CV), a method frequently used to estimate people's willingness to pay (WTP) for goods or services not transacted in markets, applied to unique survey data from New York State to estimate the willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity.
The willingness to pay data correlate in predictable ways with Cited by: In a contingent valuation analysis of the WTP to reduce childhood obesity in New York state residents, Cawley observed a mean value of € ($ in. This paper uses contingent valuation (CV), a method frequently used to estimate people's willingness to pay (WTP) for goods or services not transacted in markets, applied to unique survey data from New York State to estimate the willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity.
The willingness to pay data correlate in predictable ways with. Get this from a library. Contingent valuation analysis of willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity. [John H Cawley, Jr.; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Contingent Valuation Analysis of Willingness to Pay To Reduce Childhood Obesity John Cawley NBER Working Paper No.
SeptemberRevised June JEL No. I1,I18 ABSTRACT Several recent surveys have asked Americans whether they support policies to reduce childhood obesity. Get this from a library. Contingent Valuation Analysis of Willingness to Pay To Reduce Childhood Obesity. [John Cawley] -- Several recent surveys have asked Americans whether they support policies to reduce childhood obesity.
There is reason for skepticism of such surveys because people are not confronted with the tax. The average willingness to pay for obesity reduction therapy which could reduce weight by 5 kg in 3 months is estimated to be NT$12, (US$) among the sample respondents.
The Role of Contingent Valuation in Benefit-Cost Analysis Economists tend to think that markets work well most of the time. When we say that markets “work well” we mean that they efficiently allocate resources.
Resources that are allocated efficiently are employed in those uses where the marginal benefits are equal to the marginal costs. Title(s): Contingent valuation analysis of willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity/ John Cawley.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, c 1. Introduction. The CV method is a widely used nonmarket valuation method especially in the areas of environmental cost–benefit analysis and environmental impact assessment 1 (see Mitchell and Carson,Cummings et al., ).Its application in environmental economics includes estimation of non-use values (e.g.
Walsh et al.,Brookshire et al., ), Cited by: An elaborate test of construct validity of willingness to pay per QALY estimates obtained through contingent valuation. Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 31, Issue. 1, p. Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 31, Issue. 1, p.
Cited by: Contingent valuation (CV) is a survey-based hypothetical and direct method to estimate monetary valuations of effects of health technologies .The validity of CV to elicit monetary valuations of health care provisions has been adequately established in the literature [2–6].There have been several attempts to use the contingent valuation technique to estimate Cited by: We conducted a contingent valuation survey in the UK, Italy and France designed to answer this question.
The survey was administered in these three countries following a standardized protocol. Persons of age 40 and older were asked questions about their willingness to pay for a specified risk by: The valuation of changes in consumption of addictive goods resulting from policy interventions presents a challenge for cost-benefit analysts.
Consumer surplus losses from reduced consumption of addictive goods that are measured relative to market demand schedules overestimate the social cost of cessation interventions.
Willingness to Pay to Reduce Mortality Risks: Evidence from a Three-Country Contingent Valuation Study Summary Valuing a change in the risk of death is a key input into the calculation of the benefits of environmental policies that save lives.
Typically such risks are monetized using the Value of a Statistical Life (VSL).Cited by: Wright, Steven G., "Using contingent valuation to estimate willingness to pay for improved water source in rural Uganda ", Master's report, Michigan Technological University, Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Commons.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Willingness to Pay to Reduce Mortality Risks: T2 - Evidence from a Three-Country Contingent Valuation Study. AU - Alberini, AnnaCited by: This value can differ from the perspectives of Willingness to Pay (WTP) and Willingness to Accept [Compensation] (WTA).
Our objective was to study the perceptions of the patient about the service provided by the family physician by means of the WTA/WTP ratio. Methods. An economic evaluation study by the Contingent Valuation Method was by: The contingent valuation method (CVM) was applied for data collection in our study.
(e.g. obesity, chronic diseases) but not for receipt of preventive nutrition service for infants and young children (19 Cawley J.
Contingent valuation analysis of willingness to pay to reduce childhood obesity. Econ Hum Biol. ; –Cited by: 2. Cost-benefit analysis involving addictive goods: contingent valuation to estimate willingness-to-pay for smoking cessation.
Weimer DL(1), Vining AR, Thomas RK. Author information: (1)University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WIUSA. [email protected] by: based on the willingness of individuals to pay to eliminate their addiction.
Empirically, we estimate the magnitude of this adjustment for smokers using a contingent valuation (CV) survey. Our estimates of the willingness-to-pay to avoid addiction are between about $ and $The paper examined the willingness of smallholder cassava processors to pay for value-added solid wastes management solutions in Nigeria.
We employed a multistage sampling procedure to obtain primary data from cassava processors from the forest and Guinea savannah zones of Nigeria. Contingent valuation and logistic regression were used to determine the willingness of Author: Olaoluwa Omilani, Adebayo Busura Abass, Victor Olusegun Okoruwa.