Valuation tools - related goods approaches, Public Economics

Valuation Tools - Related Goods Approaches

There are three similar methods under this category, viz.

  1. Barter exchange approach,
  2. Direct substitute approach, and
  3. Indirect substitute approach.

Here a non-marketed environmental good or service is related to a marketed good or service.

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