The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Contingent valuation, Econometrics, Microeconomics, Public good and Actuarial science. His Contingent valuation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electricity and Experimental economics. William D. Schulze has researched Econometrics in several fields, including Expected value and Willingness to pay.
His work on Bidding and Indirect utility function as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Preference elicitation and Conjoint analysis, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Incentive, Free riding, Value and Public economics. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Communication in small groups and Social psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Microeconomics, Public good, Public economics, Experimental economics and Contingent valuation. The Microeconomics study combines topics in areas such as Electricity and Electricity market. His Public good research includes elements of Value, Free riding and Altruism.
His Public economics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Incentive. His study looks at the relationship between Experimental economics and fields such as Environmental economics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Contingent valuation research integrates issues from Test, Actuarial science and Econometrics.
William D. Schulze mostly deals with Social psychology, Microeconomics, Electricity, Public good and Investment. His work in Social psychology addresses issues such as Test, which are connected to fields such as Compliance and Empirical research. His study in the field of Social preferences, Indifference curve, Prospect theory and Willingness to accept is also linked to topics like Deci-.
His work carried out in the field of Social preferences brings together such families of science as Matching and Public economics. His work investigates the relationship between Public good and topics such as Experimental economics that intersect with problems in Strategic dominance. His work focuses on many connections between Value and other disciplines, such as Actuarial science, that overlap with his field of interest in Incentive.
William D. Schulze mainly focuses on Microeconomics, Social psychology, Social preferences, Experimental economics and Greenhouse gas. His primary area of study in Microeconomics is in the field of Contingent valuation. William D. Schulze has included themes like Test, Field experiment, Empirical research and Commodity in his Social preferences study.
William D. Schulze combines subjects such as Incentive, Disgust and Public good with his study of Experimental economics. His Public good study frequently links to other fields, such as Consumer behaviour. His Consumer behaviour research incorporates elements of Organizational behavior and Affect.
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Why do people pay taxes
James Alm;Gary H. McClelland;William D. Schulze.
Journal of Public Economics (1992)
The Disparity Between Willingness to Accept and Willingness to Pay Measures of Value
Don L. Coursey;John L. Hovis;William D. Schulze.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1987)
Changing the Social Norm of Tax Compliance by Voting
James Alm;Gary H. McClelland;William D. Schulze.
The valuation of aesthetic preferences
David S Brookshire;Berry C Ives;William D Schulze.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1976)
A test of the expected utility model : evidence from earthquake risks
David S. Brookshire;Mark A. Thayer;John Tschirhart;William D. Schulze.
Journal of Political Economy (1985)
Valuing environmental commodities: some recent experiments
W.D. Schulze;R.C. d'Arge;D.S. Brookshire.
Land Economics (1981)
Alternative Non-market Value-Elicitation Methods: Are the Underlying Preferences the Same?
Trudy Ann Cameron;Gregory L. Poe;Gregory L. Poe;Robert G. Ethier;William D. Schulze.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2002)
An Experimental Examination of Intrinsic Values as a Source of the WTA-WTP Disparity
Rebecca R. Boyce;Thomas C. Brown;Gary H. McClelland;George L. Peterson.
Insurance for low-probability hazards: A bimodal response to unlikely events
Gary H. McClelland;William D. Schulze;Don L. Coursey.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (1993)
A Test for Payment Card Biases
Robert D. Rowe;William D. Schulze;William S. Breffle.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1996)
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