In this blog post, I will replicate the results from Fruth et al (2019), a recently published choice experiment study. … More

# Tag: WTP

# Using R as a pedagogical tool: Deriving Welfare Measures

In this blog post I will talk about the concepts of compensating and equivalent surplus, especifically in the field of … More

# The WTP for marine protected areas: Using the Convolution Test

In this previous blog post, I estimated the willingness to pay to establish a marine protected area in two different … More

# The WTP for marine protected areas: Replicating Karlõševa et al. (2019)

In the spirit of replicating studies, in this blog post I am replicating the findings from Karlõševa et al. (2019) … More

# Meta-Analysis: Replicating Sundt and Rehdanz (2015)

In the spirit of replicating studies, I decided to dedicate a blog post to replicate the results from Sundt and … More

# Analyzing CV data (non-parametric)

When analyzing CV data, one can do so by parametrically, or non-parametrically. When using the parametric approach, we need to … More

# Analyzing CV data with Probit and Logit models

In my previous post, I showed how to analyze contingent valuation (CV) data using the linear probability model. In this … More

# Analyzing CV data (The Linear Probability Model)

This blog post focuses on how to estimate a linear probability model with contingent valuation data. The Deepwater Horizon CV … More