His primary areas of study are Recreation, Preference, Welfare, Microeconomics and Choice set. His work carried out in the field of Recreation brings together such families of science as Forest management, Multiple use, Wilderness and Forest ecology. His Preference research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Whole wheat and Environmental resource management.
The Welfare study combines topics in areas such as Econometrics, Environmental quality and Random utility models. His work in Environmental quality addresses issues such as Environmental economics, which are connected to fields such as Discrete choice, Environmental impact assessment, Land use and Contingent valuation. He focuses mostly in the field of Microeconomics, narrowing it down to matters related to Consumer behaviour and, in some cases, Sample.
Recreation, Environmental resource management, Forest management, Preference and Microeconomics are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wilderness, Discrete choice, Environmental planning, Forest ecology and Welfare. His Welfare research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Choice set, Econometrics, Environmental quality and Contingent valuation.
His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural resource economics, Incentive, Foothills and Sustainability, Sustainable forest management. His research integrates issues of Social value orientations and Public economics in his study of Forest management. He combines subjects such as Sample, Purchasing and Revealed preference with his study of Preference.
Public economics, Environmental resource management, Microeconomics, Econometrics and Production are his primary areas of study. His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Forest management, Sustainable forest management and Value. His Price elasticity of supply and Revealed preference study, which is part of a larger body of work in Microeconomics, is frequently linked to Low income and Government expenditure, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His studies deal with areas such as Economic impact analysis and Welfare as well as Econometrics. Peter C. Boxall has researched Welfare in several fields, including Choice set, Sample and Public good. His Choice set research integrates issues from Wildlife management, Wildlife and Recreation.
Peter C. Boxall mainly investigates Public economics, Agricultural economics, Preference, Applied economics and Econometrics. His research investigates the connection between Preference and topics such as Willingness to pay that intersect with problems in Sample and Demography. As part of his studies on Econometrics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Synthetic data.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Environmental resource management, concentrating on Watershed and frequently concerns with Climate change. Peter C. Boxall performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Rockfish and Welfare via his papers. Peter C. Boxall interconnects Supply and demand, Microeconomics, Revealed preference and Price elasticity of supply in the investigation of issues within Entitlement.
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Stated Preference Approaches for Measuring Passive Use Values: Choice Experiments and Contingent Valuation
Wiktor Adamowicz;Wiktor Adamowicz;Peter C. Boxall;Michael Williams;Jordan J. Louviere.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1998)
Understanding heterogeneous preferences in random utility models: a latent class approach.
Peter C. Boxall;Wiktor L. Adamowicz.
Environmental and Resource Economics (2002)
A comparison of stated preference methods for environmental valuation
Peter C. Boxall;Wiktor L. Adamowicz;Joffre Swait;Michael Williams.
Ecological Economics (1996)
Perceptions versus Objective Measures of Environmental Quality in Combined Revealed and Stated Preference Models of Environmental Valuation
Wiktor Adamowicz;Joffre Swait;Peter Boxall;Jordan Louviere.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1997)
Stated Preference Approaches for Measuring Passive Use Values: Choice Experiments versus Contingent Valuation
Wiktor Adamowicz;Peter Boxall;Michael Williams;Jordan Louviere.
Research Papers in Economics (1995)
Do ethical consumers care about price? A revealed preference analysis of fair trade coffee purchases
Chris Arnot;Peter Boxall;Sean Cash.
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics-revue Canadienne D Agroeconomie (2006)
The impact of oil and natural gas facilities on rural residential property values : a spatial hedonic analysis
Peter C. Boxall;Wing H. Chan;Melville L. McMillan.
Resource and Energy Economics (2005)
Factors Influencing Forest Values and Attitudes of Two Stakeholder Groups: The Case of the Foothills Model Forest, Alberta, Canada
Bonita L. McFarlane;Peter C. Boxall.
Society & Natural Resources (2000)
Multiple-use management of forest recreation sites: a spatially explicit choice experiment
Paula Horne;Peter C. Boxall;Wiktor L. Adamowicz.
Forest Ecology and Management (2005)
Complexity in choice experiments: choice of the status quo alternative and implications for welfare measurement*
Peter C. Boxall;Wiktor L. Adamowicz;Amanda Moon.
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2009)
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