Hedonic pricing of agriculture and forestry externalities

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In this study, the hedonic price method was used to identify and monetarize some of the external effects of agricultural and sylvicultural activities.We examined the renting price of rural self- catering cottages, or gîtes. Intensive livestock farming caused the renting-price of gîtes to decrease, whereas permanent grassland had the opposite effect.

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  • Agriculture
  • Benefit
  • Damage
  • Environment
  • Externality
  • Forestry
  • Hedonic pricing
  • Tourism
  • Valuation

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  • Philippe Le Goffe

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