Status Quo and Willingness to Pay for Reduction of Risk of Erosive Runoff

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Salima Taibi
Dimitri Laroutis
Iryna Petrovska

In this paper the problem of Status Quo and willingness to pay by inhabitants of Haute-Normandy region in France for reduction of risk of erosive runoff was researched. The paper is dedicated to the definition of the factors which influence people’s willingness and unwillingness to pay for protection from erosive runoff. Analysis of data requires statistical methods that can properly account for the correlation of respondents with the risk of missing values due to drop-out of study respondents.

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Taibi, S., Laroutis, D., & Petrovska, I. (2014). Status Quo and Willingness to Pay for Reduction of Risk of Erosive Runoff. Zeszyty Naukowe SGGW W Warszawie - Problemy Rolnictwa Światowego, 14(4), 173–177.

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