BC3. Basque centre for climate change – Klima aldaketa ikergai

Klimagune Summer School Training Caravan Seminars UPV BC3

Seminario / Mintegia
“Convergence validity between revealed and stated recreation demand data: some empirical evidence"

Nos complace invitarle al Seminario ofrecido por David Hoyos que se celebrará el viernes 27 de marzo, a las 13:00 de la mañana en el Aula B.01 de la UPV en Sarriko. (Lehendakari Aguirre, 83)

Atseginez gonbidatzen zaitugu martxoaren 27an goizeko 13:00etan EHUko Sarrikon B.01gelan David Hoyosek emango duen mintegira. (Lehendakari Aguirre, 83)

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“Convergence validity between revealed and stated recreation demand data: some empirical evidence"

In a travel cost exercise, reported past visits to mount Jaizkibel, a natural area located in the Basque Country, are compared for convergence validity to stated intended future trips under the assumption that the natural resource’s conditions will remain the same. In line with the results obtained by other studies, the empirical evidence of this application suggests that revealed preference (RP) and stated preference (SP) data do not produce consistent data, i.e. do not achieve convergent validity. The paper attempts to update the convergence validity literature in continuous-choice studies by taking advantage of the recent developments in parametric estimation models for recreation data. Difference in welfare estimates is tested using a convolution method.

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David Hoyos:
Investigador de la Unidad de Economía Ambiental - Instituto de Economía Pública de la Universidad del País Vasco (UPV –EHU) / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatearen Ingurumen Enonomia Unitatea – Ekonomia Publikorako Institutuaren Ikerlaria

* El seminario se realizará en inglés. / Mintegia ingelesez burutuko da.

 







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