Although it has a much longer history in other contexts, contingent valuation
is only recently becoming common in sports applications (e.
95) The technique is named contingent valuation
Keywords: Non-market Valuation, Contingent Valuation
Method, Safe Water, Willingness to Pay, Karachi
Keywords: Environment, Contingent Valuation
(CV), Willingness to pay, Logit model
Therefore, we carried out surveys in two relatively small towns where local fourth-tier clubs were under threat, employing the contingent valuation
method (CVM) to evaluate local willingness-to-pay to sustain professional football in the community.
While researchers have considered issues related to time in contingent valuation
Finally, the contingent valuation
questions were asked.
In the next study, we build on the results of the previous experiment by applying principles of IIT in a vignette survey using contingent valuation
Because the Contingent Valuation
Method requires the use of questionnaires, it involves people and, therefore, an authorisation for the study was necessary.
To elicit people's preferences, we use the contingent valuation
method, because it allows us to frame the problem in terms of the costs implied by additional conservation.
Thus, the contingent valuation
method with iterative bidding design seems to have some influence on the mean WTP (see Model 2 in Table 2).
The contingent valuation
method (CVM) is a stated preference approach commonly used for valuing the provision or characteristic changes of a non-marketable good (Freeman, 2003).