Web Survey Bibliography
For 20 years the debate about clean air regulation has centered on acid rain and the controversy about acid rain in the Adirondack Park, which covers some six million acres in New York State. But until now policymakers have never had an estimate of the economic value of improvements to the park to New York State residents. Our five-year study quantifies the change in total economic value (the sum of use and nonuse value) that would result from an improvement in the ecological attributes of the Adirondack Park that could be expected to follow from policies currently under consideration, such as Clear Skies. To obtain these estimates a contingent valuation survey was administered to a random sample of New York State residents through the Internet, Web TV, and mail.
Our preferred estimates of the mean willingness to pay (WTP) using the base case characterization of ecological improvements range from $48 to $107 per year per household in New York State. The alternative scope case scenario yields mean WTP ranging from $54 to $159 per year per household. Multiplying these population-weighted estimates by the approximate number of households in the state yields benefits ranging from about $336 million to $1.1 billion per year. The instrument passes an external scope test and a test of sensitivity to bid, both of which are important measures of validity for stated preference studies.
The results of this study help complete the two-decade-long project of integrated assessment across natural and social sciences, resulting in economic estimates that can be used to guide policymaking to address the ecological effects of acid rain in North America. The values above exceed cost estimates of reducing SO2 and NOx emissions from power plants subject to the Clear Skies initiative if the cost share is determined according to the share of these emissions actually being deposited in the park.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Web-TV surveys (35)
- Effects of Self-Awareness on Disclosure During Skype Survey Interviews; 2013; Feuer, S., Schober, M. F.
- Lessons to keep in mind when interviewing via Webcam; 2012; Carlon, M.
- 3 screen measurement: Soccer World Cup 2010; 2010; Conry, S., Benezra, K., Singh, S.
- Gender-of-Interviewer Effects in a Video-Enhanced Web Survey: Results from a Randomized Field Experiment...; 2009; Fuchs, M.
- Introducing Visual Methods ; 2008; Prosser, J., Loxley, A.
- Response Effects in Video-enhanced Web Surveys; 2008; Fuchs, M.
- Transitioning from Self-Reports to Self-Installed Electronic Audience Measurement; 2008; Trussell, N., Vanno, L., Matthess, E., Bailey, J., Link, M. W.
- Nonresponse Bias in Two Methods of Panel Recruitment ; 2007; DiSogra, C., Slotwiner, D., Clinton, S., Chan, E., Hendarwan, E., & Zheng, W.
- Digital Video as Research Practice: Methodology for the Millennium; 2005; Shrum, W., Duque, R., Brown, T.
- Valuation of Natural Resource Improvements in the Adirondacks; 2004; Banzhaf, S., Burtraw, D., Evans, D., Krupnick A.
- So you bought yourself a PPM panel … A story of PPM in Belgium and the surplus value for VRT Radio...; 2004; Lardon, S., Quartier, W.
- Exposure data for online media in a mixed media planning database: Research concept and online media...; 2004; Schneller, J., Faehling, G.
- Methodological Aspects of on-line Qualitative Research; 2004; Hak, T.
- Picture This! Exploring Visual Effects in Web Surveys; 2004; Couper, M. P., Tourangeau, R., Kenyon, K.
- Race-of-Interviewer Effects: What Happens on the Web?; 2004; Krysan, M., Couper, M. P.
- Mode-Effects in Pre-Recruited Panels of Full Population?; 2004; Bandilla, W., Bosnjak, M., Altdorfer, P., Lohmann, H.
- Nonresponse to Private and Sensitive Survey Questions; 2004; Montenegro, X.
- An Analysis of Frequency and Duration of Search on the Internet; 2004; Bhatnagar, A., Ghose, S.
- Installing peoplemeter TAM panels in 2000; 2003; Sellick-Petra, A.
- Strong enough for adults? Interactive television as a research tool; 2003; Chaplin, J., Mills, J.
- The Advent of internet surveys for political research: a comparison of telephone and internet surveys...; 2003; Berrens, R. P., Bohara, A. K., Jenkins-Smith, H. C., Silva, C. L., Weimer, D. L.
- Better television audience measurement through cable and satellite set top boxes; 2002; Harvey, B., Jarvis, T., Booth, R.
- The end of measurement as we know it?; 2002; Green, A.
- Internet panel as a tool for TV programme appreciation research; 2002; Hammersma, M., Appel, M.
- Quality control of TV peoplemeter panels; 2002; Chavenon, H., Khoury, J.
- Electronic measurement of magazine reading. New methodology, new problems, new solutions; 2002; Mattlin, J.
- A cup of tea, a sofa and a remote control. The world of research through interactive TV; 2002; Walker, D. A.
- IAPI (Internet Aided Personal Interview); 2002; Muehlenfeld, H. -U.
- Nonresponse Error and Mode Effects in the Web-Enabled Survey on Civic Attitudes and Behaviors after...; 2002; Thalji, L., Langer, M., Pulliam, P., Wiebe, E. F.
- Panel Bias from Attrition and Conditioning: A Case Study of the Knowledge Networks Panel; 2001; Clinton, J. D.
- A Comparison of the Random Digit Dialing Telephone Survey Methodology with Internet Survey Methodology...; 2001; Chang, L. C., Krosnick, J. A.
- A Free Web TV for Your Thoughts; 2001; Longstreth, A.
- Online Methodologies And Best Practices; 2001; Frankovic, K. A.
- Evaluating Nonresponse in a Web-Enabled Survey on Health and Aging; 2001; Wiebe, E. F., Eyerman, J., Loft, J. D.
- Probability Based Internet Surveys: A Synopsis of Early Methods and Survey Research Results; 2001; Huggins, V. J.