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More information about the environmental valuation methods and the applications in the Baltic Sea:

Ahtiainen, H. 2009. Valuing international marine resources: A meta-analysis on the Baltic Sea. MTT Discussion Papers 1/2009. Available on the Internet: http://www.mtt.fi/english/publications/dp/2009/DP2009_1.pdf

Artell, J. 2011. A spatial hedonic approach to water recreation value. Paper presented in EAERE Conference June 30, 2011, Rome, Italy.

Champ, P.A., Boyle, K.J. &Brown, T.C. 2003. A Primer on Nonmarket Valuation. ISBN: 978-1-4020-1445-1


Eggert, H. & Olsson, B., 2009. Valuing multi-attribute marine water quality. Marine Policy 33, 201-206. Available on the Internet http://econpapers.repec.org/article/eeemarpol/v_3a33_3ay_3a2009_3ai_3a2_3ap_3a201-206.htm.

Kataria, M & Lampi E. 2008. Betalningsvilja för miljökvalitetsmålen. En värderingsstudie. Rapport 5822. Naturvårdsverket.

Kosenius, A-K., 2010. Heterogeneous preferences for water quality attributes: The Case of eutrophication in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea. Ecological Economics 69 (3): 528-538.

Markowska, A., Zylicz, T., 1999. Costing an international public good: the case of the Baltic Sea. Ecological Economics 30 (2): 301 – 316.

Soutukorva Åsa, 2001. The value of improved water quality: a random utility model of recreation in the Stockholm Archipelago. Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, Discussion Paper Series No. 135. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm. Available on the Internet http://www.beijer.kva.se/PDF/49545339_artdisc135.pdf

Söderqvist, T. 1996. Contingent valuation of a less eutrophied Baltic Sea. Beijer Discussion Papers No. 88. The Beijer Institute.

Söderqvist, T. and Hasselström L. 2008. The economic value of ecosystem services provided by the Baltic Sea and Skagerrak. Existing information and gaps of knowledge. Report 5874. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

Söderqvist, T. and Scharin, H. 2000. The regional willingness to pay for a reduced eutrophication in the Stockholm archipelago. Beijer Discussion Papers No. 128. The Beijer Institute.


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