L'évaluation des actifs à usage récréatif: la méthode contingente des coûts de transport
Gildas Appéré ()
Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, 2004, vol. février, issue 1, 81-106
The acknowledgement of the economic and social weight of the natural assets used for recreational use naturally resulted in the question of their valuation. The Contingent Valuation Method and the Travel Cost Method appeared as the main ways of estimating the benefits connected with a non-trade use of these assets. Being used mostly in a competitive way, the idea of their combination is relatively recent and establishes a promising way to improve the valuation process. So, we propose here the Contingent Travel Cost Method to estimate the benefits the footfishermen of Brittany could attribute to the restoration of their sites of shellfishing which are exposed to damages that might make shell-eaters seriously ill. Classification JEL : Q26, D12, D80, Q25.
Keywords: contingent valuation; food safety; risk perception; recreational demand; water quality (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q26 D12 D80 Q25 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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