La Valoración del Agua y la aplicación del método de las Preferencias Declaradas: Valoración Contingente vs. Experimentos de Elección

Palabras clave: Preferencias Declaradas, Preferencias Reveladas, Valoración Contingente, Experimentos de Elección

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En los métodos de Preferencias Declaradas (PD) se desarrollan preguntas a individuos para establecer sus preferencias sobre escenarios hipotéticos alternativos. Los métodos principales se basan en la Valoración Contingente (VC) y los Experimentos de Elección (EE). En los métodos de PD se desarrollan preguntas a individuos para establecer sus preferencias sobre escenarios hipotéticos que pueden ser diferentes (ya sean bienes o servicios). Cada alternativa es descrita mediante atributos diversos, y las respuestas son utilizadas para determinar las diferentes preferencias. Algunos métodos principales se fundamentan en la hipótesis de PD, así como en los métodos de VC y en los EE

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2020-06-30
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Alfranca, O. (2020). La Valoración del Agua y la aplicación del método de las Preferencias Declaradas: Valoración Contingente vs. Experimentos de Elección. Agua Y Territorio, (15), 101-114. https://doi.org/10.17561/at.15.4726