The Value of Snowfall to Skiers and Boarders
Jeffrey Englin () and
Klaus Moeltner ()
Environmental & Resource Economics, 2004, vol. 29, issue 1, 123-136
An interesting winter sport phenomenon inrecent years has been the growth ofsnowboarding. Snowboarding has outpaced skiingat many resorts and has become the snow ridingactivity of choice for many young people. Thisstudy develops an empirical demand model forwinter sport trips amongst college studentsfrom both camps and estimates economic welfareassociated with the two different activities. The results show that both trip demand andsurplus values are strongly affected by snowconditions. These effects are distinctlydifferent for the two consumer groups. Copyright Kluwer Academic Publishers 2004
Keywords: count data models; marginal value of snowfall; recreation demand; seasonal trip data; skiers vs. snowboarders (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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