The viewing value of elephants
One way to marshal the resources necessary to reduce poaching effectively is to demonstrate the opportunity cost or economic loss associated with declines in elephant populations. It is this task which unites the concerns of environmentalists and naturalists with the subject matter of economists which we now address.
KeywordsContingent Valuation Consumer Surplus Contingent Valuation Method Land Cost Elephant Population
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