Using Stated Preference Methods to Design Cost-Effective Subsidy Programs to Induce Technology Adoption. An Application to a Stove Program in Southern Chile
Felipe Vásquez Lavín,
Hugo Salgado and
Carlos Chavez ()
Past Working Papers from Universidad del Desarrollo, School of Business and Economics
We study the design of an economic incentive based program –a subsidy- to induce adoption of more efficient technology in a pollution reduction program in southern Chile. Stated preferences methods, contingent valuation (CV), and choice experiment (CE) are used to estimate the probability of adoption and the willingness to share the cost of a new technology by a household.
Keywords: Stated preferences; cost-effectiveness; environmental policy; urban pollution; households; contingent valuation; choice experiments. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013-08, Revised 2015
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