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Outdoor recreation is one of the most popular leisure activities in the United States, yet the potential impacts of climate change on the nonmarket aspects of this activity are largely unknown or poorly understood. We estimate the nonlinear effects of temperature and precipitation on the demand...
Programs that certify the environmental (or other social) attributes of firms are common. But the proliferation of labeling schemes makes it difficult for consumers to know what each one means—what level of “greenness” does a particular label imply? We provide the first model in which consumers...
Survey-based welfare measures for public goods are often very sensitive to value elicitation methods, for example, whether the elicitation is framed as an up-or-down vote or an open-ended willingness-to-pay (WTP) question. Leading hypotheses for elicitation effects are tied to either behavioral...
Preference heterogeneity can influence behavior in economically significant ways, thereby influencing the effectiveness of environmental policies or interventions. We test this hypothesis in the context of efficient cooking technology in India. We use stated preference methods to first...
The nonmonetary costs consumers experience from regulations are challenging to quantify and, thus, easily overlooked. Using quasi-experimental policy variation and high-frequency supermarket data, this paper identifies previously hidden time costs from policies that ban or tax the use of...
We develop a demographic approach for estimating the utility discount rate (UDR) portion of the Ramsey rule. We show how age-specific mortality rates and life expectancies imply a natural, long-term UDR for individuals at each age, and these can be aggregated into a population-level social UDR....
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