Dale Whittington spends much of his time researching Developing country, Water supply, Economic growth, Willingness to pay and Contingent valuation. His research integrates issues of Valuation and Discrete choice in his study of Developing country. His Water supply research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sanitation, Natural resource economics, Public economics and Service.
His studies deal with areas such as Water use, Demand curve, Agricultural economics and Vaccination as well as Economic growth. His Willingness to pay research includes themes of Private sector and Environmental resource management. Dale Whittington works mostly in the field of Contingent valuation, limiting it down to topics relating to Actuarial science and, in certain cases, Marketing, Developed country, Consumer behaviour, Referendum and Resource, as a part of the same area of interest.
Dale Whittington mainly focuses on Developing country, Water supply, Contingent valuation, Public economics and Willingness to pay. In his study, Distribution is strongly linked to Tariff, which falls under the umbrella field of Developing country. Dale Whittington has researched Water supply in several fields, including Economic growth, Sanitation and Natural resource economics.
His research investigates the connection between Economic growth and topics such as Vaccination that intersect with problems in Environmental health. The various areas that Dale Whittington examines in his Contingent valuation study include Actuarial science and Valuation. In his work, Cholera is strongly intertwined with Socioeconomics, which is a subfield of Willingness to pay.
Dale Whittington focuses on Agricultural economics, Subsidy, Sanitation, Distribution and Water scarcity. Dale Whittington interconnects Market structure and Water tariff in the investigation of issues within Agricultural economics. His study in Sanitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mortality rate and Development economics.
His study focuses on the intersection of Environmental economics and fields such as Order with connections in the field of Water supply. His Electricity research overlaps with Urban area and Developing country. His Developing country research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Global public good and International economics.
His main research concerns Sanitation, Market structure, Agricultural economics, Water supply and Distribution. His Sanitation research incorporates elements of Mortality rate, International community, Health economics and Development economics. His research investigates the link between Water supply and topics such as Water scarcity that cross with problems in Natural resource economics.
His Natural resource economics study incorporates themes from Water security, Environmental resource management, Economic model and Human capital. Dale Whittington undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Context and Public economics in his work. The concepts of his Public economics study are interwoven with issues in Randomized controlled trial, Preference and Yield.
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Estimating the willingness to pay for water services in developing countries: a case study of the use of contingent valuation surveys in southern Haiti.
Dale Whittington;John Briscoe;Xinming Mu;William Barron.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (1990)
Administering contingent valuation surveys in developing countries
World Development (1998)
A study of water vending and willingness to pay for water in Onitsha, Nigeria
Dale Whittington;Donald T. Lauria;Xinming Mu.
World Development (1991)
Improving the Performance of Contingent Valuation Studies in Developing Countries
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
Giving Respondents Time to Think in Contingent Valuation Studies: A Developing Country Application*
Dale Whittington;V.Kerry Smith;Apia Okorafor;Augustine Okore.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1992)
Estimation of water demand in developing countries : an overview
Celine Nauges;Dale Whittington.
World Bank Research Observer (2010)
Role of hepatic and intestinal cytochrome P450 3A and 2B6 in the metabolism, disposition, and miotic effects of methadone
Evan D. Kharasch;Christine Hoffer;Dale Whittington;Pamela Sheffels.
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (2004)
How well is the demand-driven, community management model for rural water supply systems doing? Evidence from Bolivia, Peru and Ghana.
Dale Whittington;Dale Whittington;Jennifer Davis;Linda Prokopy;Kristin Komives.
Water Policy (2009)
The economic benefits of surface water quality improvements in developing countries: A case study of Davao, Philippines
Kyeong Ae Choe;Dale Whittington;Donald T. Lauria.
Land Economics (1996)
Coping with unreliable public water supplies: Averting expenditures by households in Kathmandu, Nepal
Subhrendu K. Pattanayak;Subhrendu K. Pattanayak;Jui Chen Yang;Dale Whittington;K. C. Bal Kumar.
Water Resources Research (2005)
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