John C. Whitehead
John C. Whitehead
Department of Economics, Appalachian State University
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Heading for higher ground: Factors affecting real and hypothetical hurricane evacuation behavior
JC Whitehead, B Edwards, M Van Willigen, JR Maiolo, K Wilson, KT Smith
Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards 2 (4), 133-142, 2000
3442000
Contingent valuation when respondents are ambivalent
RC Ready, JC Whitehead, GC Blomquist
Journal of environmental economics and management 29 (2), 181-196, 1995
3261995
Value of public goods from sports stadiums: The CVM approach
BK Johnson, JC Whitehead
Contemporary economic policy 18 (1), 48-58, 2000
2822000
Combining revealed and stated preference data to estimate the nonmarket value of ecological services: an assessment of the state of the science
JC Whitehead, SK Pattanayak, GL Van Houtven, BR Gelso
Journal of Economic Surveys 22 (5), 872-908, 2008
2592008
The value of public goods generated by a major league sports team: The CVM approach
BK Johnson, PA Groothuis, JC Whitehead
Journal of Sports Economics 2 (1), 6-21, 2001
2582001
Resource quality information and validity of willingness to pay in contingent valuation
GC Blomquist, JC Whitehead
Resource and Energy Economics 20 (2), 179-196, 1998
2481998
Measuring recreation benefits of quality improvements with revealed and stated behavior data
JC Whitehead, TC Haab, JC Huang
Resource and energy economics 22 (4), 339-354, 2000
2402000
Testing for non-response and sample selection bias in contingent valuation: analysis of a combination phone/mail survey
JC Whitehead, PA Groothuis, GC Blomquist
Economics Letters 41 (2), 215-220, 1993
2061993
Willingness to pay for quality improvements: should revealed and stated preference data be combined?
JC Huang, TC Haab, JC Whitehead
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 34 (3), 240-255, 1997
1981997
Green vs. green: Measuring the compensation required to site electrical generation windmills in a viewshed
PA Groothuis, JD Groothuis, JC Whitehead
Energy Policy 36 (4), 1545-1550, 2008
1932008
Benefit-cost analysis of FEMA hazard mitigation grants
A Rose, K Porter, N Dash, J Bouabid, C Huyck, J Whitehead, D Shaw, ...
Natural hazards review 8 (4), 97-111, 2007
1872007
Incentive incompatibility and starting-point bias in iterative valuation questions
JC Whitehead
Land Economics 78 (2), 285-297, 2002
1772002
Measuring contingent values for wetlands: effects of information about related environmental goods
JC Whitehead, GC Blomquist
Water resources research 27 (10), 2523-2531, 1991
1771991
Willingness to pay for a green energy program: a comparison of ex-ante and ex-post hypothetical bias mitigation approaches
JC Whitehead, TL Cherry
Resource and energy economics 29 (4), 247-261, 2007
1672007
Valuing beach access and width with revealed and stated preference data
JC Whitehead, CF Dumas, J Herstine, J Hill, B Buerger
Marine Resource Economics 23 (2), 119-135, 2008
1632008
From hopeless to curious? Thoughts on Hausman's “dubious to hopeless” critique of contingent valuation
TC Haab, MG Interis, DR Petrolia, JC Whitehead
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 35 (4), 593-612, 2013
1592013
Environmental interest group behavior and self‐selection bias in contingent valuation mail surveys
JC Whitehead
Growth and Change 22 (1), 10-20, 1991
1461991
Assessing the validity and reliability of contingent values: a comparison of on-site users, off-site users, and non-users
JC Whitehead, GC Blomquist, TJ Hoban, WB Clifford
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29 (2), 238-251, 1995
1441995
Environmental risk and averting behavior: Predictive validity of jointly estimated revealed and stated behavior data
JC Whitehead
Environmental and Resource Economics 32 (3), 301-316, 2005
1392005
Contingent valuation of quasi-public goods: Validity, reliability, and application to valuing a historic site
CM Chambers, PE Chambers, JC Whitehead
Public Finance Review 26 (2), 137-154, 1998
1371998
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