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청계천 친수공간 복원 전후의 응답자 효용변화에 관한 연구 (Elicitation of WTP before and after waterfront restoration - Case study of Cheonggyecheon stream restoration project)

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  • 청계천 친수공간 복원 전후의 응답자 효용변화에 관한 연구 (Elicitation of WTP before and after waterfront restoration - Case study of Cheonggyecheon stream restoration project)
  • 손민수; 조우영; 김홍석
  • 한국지역학회


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Title 청계천 친수공간 복원 전후의 응답자 효용변화에 관한 연구 (Elicitation of WTP before and after waterfront restoration - Case study of Cheonggyecheon stream restoration project)
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Material Type Article
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손민수; 조우영; 김홍석

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[서울] : 한국지역학회

Date 2012
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 지역연구:vol. 28(no. 2)
Pages 16
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding Korea Citation Index
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Abstract

The major shortcomings of traditional stated valuation methods are information and hypothetical biases. Even with well designed survey, it is difficult to present and capture valid WTP from respondents with hypothetical scenarios and information. People may have different WTP if they actually experienced the changes. The objective of this study is to observe the responses from hypothetical survey with the responses from experienced samples. Cheonggyecheon restoration project in Seoul is selected for this study because Seoul Development Institute (SDI) conducted a study in 2003 to elicit WTP for this project. The restoration project is completed in 2005, and we conducted a survey in 2008 to elicit the WTP from the citizens who visited this site and experienced the changes. The samples are selected based on SDI study samples and tried to match similar socioeconomic characteristics. (The rest omitted)