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Individual Preference-based Values and Environmental Decision Making: Should Valuation Have its Day in Court?

Macrory, R; Kontoleon, A; Swanson, T; (2002) Individual Preference-based Values and Environmental Decision Making: Should Valuation Have its Day in Court? In: Swanson, T, (ed.) Introduction to the Law and Economics of Environmental Policy: Issues in Institutional Design. Elsevier: Amsterdam.

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Type:Book chapter
Title:Individual Preference-based Values and Environmental Decision Making: Should Valuation Have its Day in Court?
Keywords:cost-benefit, Decision Making, decision-making, design, economics, ENVIRONMENT, environmental, ISSUES, law, policies, policy, Research, valuation, VALUES
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws

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