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TitleEnvironmental valuation in South Asia
Author edited by A.K. Enamul Haque, M.N. Murty, and Priya Shyamsundar
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011
Descript xxii, 477 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

Environmental valuation: a review of methods -- Valuing the environment as a production input -- Should shrimp farmers pay paddy farmers?: the challenges of examining salinization externalities in South India -- Evaluating gains from De-Eutrophication of Dutch Canal in Sri Lanka -- Pesticide productivity and vegetable faming in Nepal -- Forests, Hydrological services, and agricultural income: a case study from the Western Ghats of India -- Can mangroves minimize property loss during big storms?: an analysis of house damages due to the super cyclone in Orissa -- Valuation of recreational amenities from environmental resources: the case of two national parks in Northern Pakistan -- Valuing the land of tigers: what Indian visitors reveal -- Estimating welfare losses from urban air pollution using panel data from household health diaries -- Children in the slums of Dhaka: diarrhoea prevalence and its implications -- Red well, green wells and the costs of arsenic contamination in Bangladesh -- Air quality and cement production: examining the implications of point sources polluation in Sri Lanka -- Revisiting the need for improved stoves: estimating health, time and carbon benefits -- Benefits from reduced air pollution in Delhi and Kolkata: a hedonic property price approach -- The value of statistical life -- An assessment of demand for improved household water supply in Southwest Sri Lanka


Environmental economics -- South Asia Environmental quality -- South Asia

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