Decision-making
1. Farmers Willingness to Pay for Crop Insurance: Evidence from Eastern Ghana

Emmanuella Ellis

Volume 7, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 447-463

Abstract
  Crop insurance is a risk management tool with the potential of dealing with risk more efficiently, the study uses a dichotomous contingent valuation method to elicit the willingness to pay for crop insurance among cereal farmers in the Eastern region of Ghana. The study employed descriptive statistical ...  Read More

Environmental policy and management
2. Valuing Recreational Benefits in an Aquatic Ecosystem Area with Contingent Valuation Method: Case of ShirinSou Wetland, Iran

Habib Shahbazi; Ahmad Samdeliri

Volume 7, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, , Pages 133-140

Abstract
  In this study, the recreational value of ShirinSou Wetland of the Kabodarahang County in Hamadan Province, Iran was estimated and the visitors' willingness to Pay (WTP) was measured by using Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) and One and One Half Bound model (OOHB) dichotomous choice (DC) questionnaire. ...  Read More

3. Estimating the Value of Improvement in Lake Urmia’s Environmental Situation Using Choice Experiment

Mina Salehnia; Baballah Hayati; Mohammad Ghahremanzadeh; Morteza Molaei

Volume 5, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, , Pages 271-282

Abstract
  The Lake Urmia and its satellite wetlands have been selected as a demonstration site for the United Nations Development Program / Global Environment Facility / Department of Environment Conservation of Iranian Wetlands Project. This project aims to demonstrate reduction of the major threats of this wetland ...  Read More

4. Applying CVM for Economic Valuation of Drinking Water in Iran

Morteza Tahami Pour; Mohammad Kavoosi Kalashami

Volume 2, Issue 3 , Summer 2012, , Pages 209-214

Abstract
  Economic valuation of water is useful in the administration and management of water. Population growth and urbanization caused municipal water demand increase in Iran. Limited water resource supply and urban water network capacity raised complexity in water resources management. Present condition suggests ...  Read More