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A Breath of Bad Air - A contingent valuation study


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Title: A Breath of Bad Air - A contingent valuation study
Other Titles: A Breath of Bad Air - A contingent valuation study
Authors: Osmanovic, Renata
Issue Date: 9-Oct-2017
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: 201710:091
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Keywords: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo
air pollution
contingent valuation method
willingness to pay
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Abstract: Bosnia and Herzegovina has the highest concentration of PM2.5 and the highest death rate related to air pollution in Europe. This study tries to address the issue by the contingent valuation method to elicit citizens’ willingness to mitigate the air pollution in Sarajevo. The monetary valuation predicted that the average citizen living in Canton Sarajevo was willing to pay 4.65 KM/month (≈ 2.30 EUR) through a tax surcharge during a three-year period for a decrease of air pollutants by 20%. Sugge... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53972
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