Evaluating land use change in economic frameworks often requires non-market values to be assessed. However non-market valuation experiments can be sensitive to the way the tradeoffs are framed. The aim of the research reported in this paper was to examine the influence of varying the valuation scope and combination of attributes in a split sample choice experiment focused on assessing the impacts of increased mining activity (coal and coal seam gas) in the Surat Basin in southern Queensland, Australia. The region had traditionally been dominated by the agricultural sector. The survey was designed to assess the largely, but not exclusively, non-use values of a distant population (Brisbane (capital city) residents) for tradeoffs between positive and negative impacts, which incorporated economic, social and environmental issues. Four impact attributes were identified: (A) local jobs in the mining sector; (B) house prices in the non-mining sector; (C) wage rates in the non-mining sector, and (D) inspections and independent monitoring activity at coal seam gas mining sites (a proxy to address environmental concerns). The results indicate that varying the combination of attributes had a significant influence on preferences and welfare estimates, which varied across attributes and valuation formats.
Strategic Data Laboratory Information
Dari data warehouse dapat dilihat, dipilih dan didownload data-data statistik, antara lain data ke-PUan, data profil wilayah dan literal serta data penunjang lainnya dari berbagai sumber
Berisi sumber literatur berupa ebook, jurnal maupun peraturan baik nasional maupun internasional. Dilengkapi dengan link kepada langganan jurnal internasional dan juga link jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pekerjaan Umum
Menyimpan data hasil penelitian Pusat Litbang Kebijakan dan Penerapan Teknologi maupun dari balai penerapan teknologi
Menyimpan data dan informasi mengenai teknologi hasil litbang dari Pusat-Pusat Litbang di lingkungan Badan Litbang Kementerian PUPR