Payment and provision consequentiality in voluntary contribution mechanism: separate or joint effects?
Jie He (),
Jérôme Dupras (),
Franck Ndefo () and
Thomas Poder ()
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Jérôme Dupras: Université du Québec à Outaouais
Franck Ndefo: Université de Sherbrooke
Thomas Poder: Université de Montréal
Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 2020, vol. 13, issue 1, No 2, 36 pages
Abstract We conducted a field stated preferences survey to understand the influence of payment and provision consequentiality script on valuation associated with voluntary contribution. Based on four treatment groups with single or combined consequentiality scripts and a contingent-ranking willingness to pay question, this paper provided some evidence that at least for some attributes, a respondent facing positive provision probability reported a significantly higher preference for the opt-in projects if and only if the payment consequentiality was co-presented. For the payment consequentiality, its impact on valuation was independent of the presence of provision consequentiality. We also discussed the limits of our study and provided suggestions for future research in this line.
Keywords: Hypothetical bias; Payment consequentiality; Provision consequentiality; Contingent ranking; Voluntary donation; Ecosystem services valuation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q51 Q57 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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