In this article, we estimate willingness to pay for curbside recycling. Using a unique data set, we also test for and detect significant hypothetical bias using stated- and revealed-preference data. A short-scripted “cheap-talk” statement is used to mitigate the bias and provide more efficient estimates of the welfare impacts of curbside recycling programs.
Willingness to Pay for Curbside Recycling With Detection and Mitigation of Hypothetical BiasAmerican Journal of Agriculture Economics
Citation InformationAadland, David M., and Arthur J. Caplan. (2003) "Willingness to Pay for Curbside Recycling With Detection and Mitigation of Hypothetical Bias." American Journal of Agriculture Economics, 58(2), 492-502.