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Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 80 Citations 32,450 328 World Ranking 132 National Ranking 15

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Ecology
  • Agriculture
  • Microeconomics

Nick Hanley mainly focuses on Contingent valuation, Valuation, Environmental economics, Public economics and Cost–benefit analysis. His Contingent valuation research integrates issues from Quality, Marketing, Goose, Recreation and Convergent validity. His study in Valuation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Valuation of options, Ecosystem services, Actuarial science and Microeconomics, Willingness to pay.

His Environmental economics study also includes

  • Natural resource economics, Environmental planning and Common value auction most often made with reference to Biodiversity,
  • Sustainable development, which have a strong connection to Environmental studies, Sustainability and Natural resource. His Public economics study incorporates themes from Agriculture, Preference, Economic valuation, Lexicographic preferences and Choice modelling. Nick Hanley combines subjects such as Discounting and Environmental protection with his study of Cost–benefit analysis.

His most cited work include:

  • Economic Valuation with Stated Preference Techniques: a Manual (1210 citations)
  • Cost-benefit analysis and the environment (981 citations)
  • USING CHOICE EXPERIMENTS TO VALUE THE ENVIRONMENT (847 citations)

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

Nick Hanley focuses on Natural resource economics, Willingness to pay, Contingent valuation, Valuation and Public economics. His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Biodiversity, Pollution and Environmental resource management in his study of Natural resource economics. Within one scientific family, Nick Hanley focuses on topics pertaining to Econometrics under Willingness to pay, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Choice modelling.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental economics and Recreation. His studies in Valuation integrate themes in fields like Microeconomics, Actuarial science, Ecosystem services and Environmental planning. His Public economics study frequently links to other fields, such as Cost–benefit analysis.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Natural resource economics (17.64%)
  • Willingness to pay (17.80%)
  • Contingent valuation (15.97%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2015-2021)?

  • Willingness to pay (17.80%)
  • Ecosystem services (11.65%)
  • Public economics (15.31%)

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

His primary areas of investigation include Willingness to pay, Ecosystem services, Public economics, Natural resource economics and Environmental resource management. Nick Hanley works in the field of Willingness to pay, focusing on Contingent valuation in particular. His Contingent valuation study combines topics in areas such as Mixed logit and Spatial heterogeneity.

He has researched Ecosystem services in several fields, including Flood myth, Flood defence, Payment and Environmental economics. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cost–benefit analysis, Climate change, Preference and Choice modelling. Incentive is closely connected to Biodiversity in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Natural resource economics.

Between 2015 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Contemporary Guidance for Stated Preference Studies (420 citations)
  • Nudging farmers to enrol land into agri-environmental schemes: the role of a collective bonus (69 citations)
  • Social Norms, Morals and Self-interest as Determinants of Pro-environment Behaviours: The Case of Household Recycling (62 citations)

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

  • Ecology
  • Agriculture
  • Microeconomics

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Willingness to pay, Environmental resource management, Microeconomics, Ecosystem services and Public economics. His study of Contingent valuation is a part of Willingness to pay. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biodiversity, Marine ecosystem, Ecosystem, Mixed logit and Recreation in addition to Environmental resource management.

His studies deal with areas such as Macroeconomics, Payment and Land management as well as Microeconomics. Nick Hanley has included themes like Control, Environmental economics and Stakeholder theory in his Ecosystem services study. His Public economics study combines topics in areas such as Liberian dollar, Nudge theory, Agriculture and Choice modelling.

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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

Cost-benefit analysis and the environment

Nick D. Hanley;Clive L. Spash.
(1993)

2365 Citations

Economic Valuation With Stated Preference Techniques

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

2005 Citations

Environmental Economics: In Theory and Practice

Nick D. Hanley;Jason F. Shogren;Ben White.
(1996)

1756 Citations

Driving improvements in emerging disease surveillance through locally relevant capacity strengthening.

Jo E. B. Halliday;Katie Hampson;Nick Hanley;Tiziana Lembo.
Science (2017)

1689 Citations

Choice modelling approaches: a superior alternative for environmental valuation?

Nick Hanley;Susana Mourato;Robert E. Wright.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2002)

1440 Citations

USING CHOICE EXPERIMENTS TO VALUE THE ENVIRONMENT

Nick Hanley;Robert E. Wright;Vic Adamowicz.
Environmental and Resource Economics (1998)

1371 Citations

Pricing Nature: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Policy

Nick D. Hanley;Edward Barbier.
(2009)

697 Citations

Contemporary Guidance for Stated Preference Studies

Robert J. Johnston;Kevin J. Boyle;Wiktor Adamowicz;Jeff Bennett.
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2017)

642 Citations

Preferences, information and biodiversity preservation

Clive L. Spash;Nick Hanley.
Ecological Economics (1995)

562 Citations

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