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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 74 Citations 29,178 204 World Ranking 171 National Ranking 18

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Statistics
  • Ecology
  • Agriculture

His primary areas of study are Contingent valuation, Valuation, Econometrics, Cost–benefit analysis and Actuarial science. Ian J. Bateman interconnects Woodland, Stratified sampling and Public economics in the investigation of issues within Contingent valuation. The Valuation study combines topics in areas such as Land use, Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Natural resource economics and Environmental economics.

As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Ecosystem services, concentrating on Sustainability and frequently concerns with Sustainable development and Environmental planning. His studies in Econometrics integrate themes in fields like Variety and Data collection. His study in the field of Social discount rate is also linked to topics like Empirical evidence.

His most cited work include:

  • Economic Valuation with Stated Preference Techniques: a Manual (1210 citations)
  • Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture: Premises and Policies (853 citations)
  • Bringing ecosystem services into economic decision-making: land use in the United Kingdom. (570 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Ian J. Bateman focuses on Contingent valuation, Valuation, Environmental resource management, Willingness to pay and Econometrics. His Contingent valuation research integrates issues from Actuarial science, Public economics and Public good. His biological study deals with issues like Natural resource economics, which deal with fields such as Cost–benefit analysis.

He has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Land use, Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Ecosystem valuation and Recreation. In his work, Climate change is strongly intertwined with Agriculture, which is a subfield of Land use. His Ecosystem services course of study focuses on Sustainability and Sustainable development.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Contingent valuation (24.94%)
  • Valuation (22.06%)
  • Environmental resource management (19.66%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2013-2021)?

  • Natural resource economics (14.63%)
  • Ecosystem services (12.23%)
  • Environmental resource management (19.66%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Natural resource economics, Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Valuation and Environmental planning are his primary areas of study. In his study, World Wide Web and Time horizon is inextricably linked to Cost–benefit analysis, which falls within the broad field of Natural resource economics. As a member of one scientific family, Ian J. Bateman mostly works in the field of Ecosystem services, focusing on Sustainability and, on occasion, Food systems and Food security.

His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental resource management, Land use are connected with Climate change, Environmental impact assessment and Recreation and other disciplines. The various areas that he examines in his Valuation study include Econometrics, Contingent valuation, Microeconomics, Willingness to pay and Water quality. His Willingness to pay research incorporates themes from Actuarial science and Preference.

Between 2013 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Natural capital and ecosystem services informing decisions: From promise to practice (428 citations)
  • The potential for land sparing to offset greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture (106 citations)
  • Using revealed preferences to estimate the Value of Travel Time to recreation sites (64 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Statistics
  • Ecology
  • Agriculture

His main research concerns Valuation, Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Willingness to pay and Environmental resource management. Ian J. Bateman combines subjects such as Actuarial science, Development economics and Economic data with his study of Valuation. His Ecosystem services study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural resource economics and Energy supply.

His research in the fields of Contingent valuation overlaps with other disciplines such as Public park. Contingent valuation is a subfield of Microeconomics that Ian J. Bateman explores. His work in Environmental resource management covers topics such as Land use which are related to areas like Environmental impact assessment and Recreation.

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Best Publications

Economic Valuation with Stated Preference Techniques: a Manual

Ian J. Bateman;Richard T. Carson;Brett Day;W. Michael Hanemann.
Economic valuation with stated preference techniques: a manual. (2002)

3118 Citations

Economic Valuation With Stated Preference Techniques

Ian Bateman;Richard Carson;Brett Day;Michael Hanemann.
(2002)

2005 Citations

Environmental Economics: An Elementary Introduction

Robert Kerry Turner;David William Pearce;Ian J Bateman.
(1993)

1848 Citations

Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture: Premises and Policies

Tara Garnett;M.C. Appleby;A. Balmford;I.J. Bateman.
Science (2013)

1226 Citations

Bringing ecosystem services into economic decision-making: land use in the United Kingdom.

Ian Jan Bateman;Amii R. Harwood;Georgina M. Mace;Robert T. Watson.
Science (2013)

756 Citations

Valuing environmental preferences : theory and practice of the contingent valuation method in the US, EU, and developing countries

Ian Bateman;K. G. Willis.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)

679 Citations

Economic Analysis for Ecosystem Service Assessments

Ian J. Bateman;Ian J. Bateman;Ian J. Bateman;Georgina M. Mace;Carlo Fezzi;Giles Atkinson.
Environmental and Resource Economics (2011)

653 Citations

Natural capital and ecosystem services informing decisions: From promise to practice

Anne D. Guerry;Anne D. Guerry;Stephen Polasky;Jane Lubchenco;Rebecca E Chaplin-Kramer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)

583 Citations

Validity and reliability

Ian J. Bateman;Richard T. Carson;Brett Day;Michael Hanemann.
(2002)

554 Citations

A Test of the Theory of Reference-Dependent Preferences

Ian Bateman;Alistair Munro;Bruce Rhodes;Chris Starmer.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1997)

534 Citations

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