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Fourteen. Valuing Impacts from Observed Behavior: Indirect Market Methods. Figure 14-1 Demand Curve for Visits to a Municipal Swimming Pool. Figure 14-2 Decision Tree for Airbag Purchase. Figure 14-3 The Hedonic Price Method.

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Valuing Impacts from Observed Behavior: Indirect Market Methods


Figure 14 1 demand curve for visits to a municipal swimming pool
Figure 14-1Demand Curve for Visits to a Municipal Swimming Pool


Figure 14 2 decision tree for airbag purchase
Figure 14-2Decision Tree for Airbag Purchase


Figure 14 3 the hedonic price method
Figure 14-3The Hedonic Price Method


Figure 14-4“Representative” Individual’s Inverse Demand Curve for Visits to a Recreational Area as a Function of Total Cost per Visit


Figure 14-5The Market Demand Curve for a Recreational Site Derived Using the Zonal Travel Cost Method


Figure 14 6 the effect of an ordinance reducing smog on expenditures for window cleaning
Figure 14-6The Effect of an Ordinance Reducing Smog on Expenditures for Window Cleaning