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D) 0.67 2. Hedonic valuation
A) is only a measurement of the natural amenities affecting humans.
B) separates and measures the value of each characteristic of a good, such as pleasure
of use and functionality, on the good’s total value.
C) demonstrates the substitutability of one attribute for another for houses.
D) is mandatory for project analysis for government agencies, like the NSA. 3. When determining the optimal amount of pollution, we often graph units of pollution on
the x-axis and prices on the y-axis. T...
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This document was uploaded on 03/25/2014 for the course ECON 328 at Wisconsin Milwaukee.
- Spring '08
- Environmental Economics