Browse Dept. of Agricultural and Consumer Economics by Subject "Recreation"
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(1994)The focus of this study was to learn more about a critical commodity market participant, the long term speculator. The speculator's activity broadens a market, creates essential liquidity, and performs an irreplaceable ...
The Economic Implications of Alternative Management Structures at the Lake Shelbyville Water Resource Project (1993)The preferences of all major interest groups should be incorporated when developing management policy for water resource projects. Successful incorporation of these preferences requires an understanding of the economic ...
Joint Hedonic Travel Cost Method: Combining Revealed and Stated Preference Data to Estimate Demand for Attribute Quality of Sport Fishing in Illinois (2002)This study evaluates the performance of the hedonic travel cost method by applying recent methodological advances in recreation valuation: conjoint analysis and combined revealed and stated preference data. The combination ...