Wiktor Adamowicz
Wiktor Adamowicz
Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, University of Alberta
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Combining revealed and stated preference methods for valuing environmental amenities
W Adamowicz, J Louviere, M Williams
Journal of environmental economics and management 26 (3), 271-292, 1994
19891994
Stated preference approaches for measuring passive use values: choice experiments and contingent valuation
W Adamowicz, P Boxall, M Williams, J Louviere
American journal of agricultural economics 80 (1), 64-75, 1998
18291998
Understanding heterogeneous preferences in random utility models: a latent class approach
PC Boxall, WL Adamowicz
Environmental and resource economics 23 (4), 421-446, 2002
11222002
A comparison of stated preference methods for environmental valuation
PC Boxall, WL Adamowicz, J Swait, M Williams, J Louviere
Ecological economics 18 (3), 243-253, 1996
9181996
Perceptions versus objective measures of environmental quality in combined revealed and stated preference models of environmental valuation
W Adamowicz, J Swait, P Boxall, J Louviere, M Williams
Journal of environmental economics and management 32 (1), 65-84, 1997
7011997
The influence of task complexity on consumer choice: a latent class model of decision strategy switching
J Swait, W Adamowicz
Journal of Consumer Research 28 (1), 135-148, 2001
5642001
Introduction to attribute-based stated choice methods
W Adamowicz, J Louviere, J Swait
NOAA-National Oceanic Athmospheric Administration, Washington, USA, 1998
4671998
Attribute-based methods
TP Holmes, WL Adamowicz
A primer on nonmarket valuation, 171-219, 2003
4122003
Choice environment, market complexity, and consumer behavior: a theoretical and empirical approach for incorporating decision complexity into models of consumer choice
J Swait, W Adamowicz
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 86 (2), 141-167, 2001
3872001
Socioeconomic determinants of health‐and food safety‐related risk perceptions
DM Dosman, WL Adamowicz, SE Hrudey
Risk analysis 21 (2), 307-318, 2001
3682001
Contemporary guidance for stated preference studies
RJ Johnston, KJ Boyle, W Adamowicz, J Bennett, R Brouwer, ...
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 4 (2 …, 2017
3412017
A logit model for predicting the daily occurrence of human caused forest-fires
CV Garcia, PM Woodard, SJ Titus, WL Adamowicz, BS Lee
International Journal of Wildland Fire 5 (2), 101-111, 1995
2261995
Trading off health, environmental and genetic modification attributes in food
W Hu, A Hünnemeyer, M Veeman, W Adamowicz, L Srivastava
European Review of Agricultural Economics 31 (3), 389-408, 2004
2212004
What's it worth? An examination of historical trends and future directions in environmental valuation
WL Adamowicz
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 48 (3), 419-443, 2004
2182004
The economics of the environment and natural resources
Q Grafton, W Adamowicz, D Dupont, H Nelson, RJ Hill, S Renzetti
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
2062008
Functional form and the statistical properties of welfare measures
WL Adamowicz, JJ Fletcher, T Graham-Tomasi
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 71 (2), 414-421, 1989
2041989
Multiple-use management of forest recreation sites: a spatially explicit choice experiment
P Horne, PC Boxall, WL Adamowicz
Forest Ecology and Management 207 (1-2), 189-199, 2005
1942005
Biodiversity and nature-based tourism at forest reserves in Uganda
R Naidoo, WL Adamowicz
Environment and Development Economics 10 (2), 159-178, 2005
1882005
Complexity in choice experiments: choice of the status quo alternative and implications for welfare measurement
P Boxall, WL Adamowicz, A Moon
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53 (4), 503-519, 2009
1632009
Economic benefits of biodiversity exceed costs of conservation at an African rainforest reserve
R Naidoo, WL Adamowicz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (46), 16712-16716, 2005
1612005
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