1. Incorporating Stated Consequentiality Questions in Stated Preference Research
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  1. Does One Size Really Fit All? Ecological Endpoint Heterogeneity in Stated Preference Welfare Analysis
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  1. Exploring Spatial Sources of Preference Heterogeneity for Landslide Protection
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  1. Scale Heterogeneity and Its Implications for Discrete Choice Analysis
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  1. Do Public Benefits of Voluntary Cleanup Programs Justify Their Public Costs? Evidence from New York
  2. Olesya M. Savchenko, John B. Braden
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  1. Is Airport Proximity an Amenity or Disamenity? An Empirical Investigation Based on House Prices
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  1. Safety in Numbers: Cost-effective Endangered Species Management for Viable Populations
  2. Pierce Donovan, Lucas S. Bair, Charles B. Yackulic, Michael R. Springborn
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