Teaching - Winterterm 2019/20

Module “Market- and Non-Market Valuation of Environmental Goods” (075016)

Block Seminar

The valuation of environmental goods and amenities is often complicated by the lack of market prices. This seminar will deal with distinct empirical methods to estimate the value of environmental goods and amenities. Methods to be covered include both market and non-market valuation methods, such as hedonic pricing, contingent valuation and revealed preference methods to elicit willingness-to-pay.

The introductory session will take place on October 18th, 2019.
For further information on the seminar, please refer to the following documents:

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For further information or questions please contact Christiane Brüggemann, RWI.