4 edition of Valuation and the environment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Martin O"Connor and Clive Spash.|
|Series||Advances in ecological economics|
|Contributions||O"Connor, Martin, 1958-, Spash, Clive L.|
|LC Classifications||GE170 .V34 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 339 p. :|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||98028491|
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Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies, celebrating 30 years in print, is now in its seventh edition (John Wiley & Sons, June ). Carefully revised and updated, this edition includes new insights on topics such as digital; environmental, social, and governance issues; and long-term investing, as well as fresh case studies. Valuation on the Revealed Willingness to Pay: Whenever an environmental good/service or a product using it as an input has a market, the buyers reveal their willingness to pay, since they buy the good/service at a price. On this principle four methods have been developed.
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The book provides first a general introduction to the key issues and concepts, considering the nature and magnitude of environmental problems, the cost-benefit method of evaluation and detailed methods for valuing the environment. This book provides a comprehensive and readable examination of the major techniques used in cost–benefit analysis and project appraisal to value environmental goods and services.
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Following an introductory chapter, 15 further chapters present methodological and empirical evidence for applying valuation methods to ecological policy problems.
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Practitioners of environmental valuation will also find this book useful in conducting state of the art valuation studies. The book is recommended for Masters or beginning Ph.D. courses offered in. Valuing the Environment: Meaning and Need for Environment Valuation.
Meaning: A measure used in survey-based valuation techniques, known as contingent valuation method, indicates an individual’s willingness to pay money to obtain some derived level of a good or service for an improved environment.
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Optimizing use of limited resources is one of the biggest challenges facing any decision-maker. Economic assessment is therefore a vital tool. It can enumerate the potential costs and value the anticipated benefits of a proposed programme, policy or regulatory. Monetary valuation of environmental goods has by now become the subject of numerous economic books and articles.
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Leading experts in the field present methodological and empirical evidence for applying valuation methods to ecological policy problems. Economics for the Environment Consultancy An Introduction to Economic Valuation of the Environment using Practical Examples Ece Ozdemiroglu ESPA Summer School Tuesday, 12 April The module first introduces the concept of environmental valuation and its motivations.
The different measures of welfare change, such as consumer surplus, willingness to pay and willingness to accept are then introduced, in order to provide a theoretical basis for environmental valuation.
In particular, price-to-book ratios (PBRs) above one - which have tended to prevail under normal market conditions - will tend to be driven by the market value of intangible assets and liabilities, which in turn may be affected by market developments and the competitive environment in ways that are not reflected in their book values.
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Valuing the environment The environment is an imprecise concept but, at a simplistic level, most people would agree that the natural world around us has some sort of intrinsic value. That value has been largely ignored by historic and current economic models, which have contributed to an accelerating, unprecedented decline in environmental.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data Environmental valuation in developed countries: case studies/edited by David Pearce. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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