Patricia A Champ
Patricia A Champ
US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
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A primer on nonmarket valuation
P Champ, K Boyle, T Brown
Kluwer Academic Publishers; Springer, 2003
Using donation mechanisms to value nonuse benefits from public goods
PA Champ, RC Bishop, TC Brown, DW McCollum
Journal of environmental economics and management 33 (2), 151-162, 1997
Which response format reveals the truth about donations to a public good?
TC Brown, PA Champ, RC Bishop, DW McCollum
Land Economics, 152-166, 1996
Donation payment mechanisms and contingent valuation: an empirical study of hypothetical bias
PA Champ, RC Bishop
Environmental and resource economics 19, 383-402, 2001
Wildfire risk and housing prices: a case study from Colorado Springs
GH Donovan, PA Champ, DT Butry
Land Economics 83 (2), 217-233, 2007
Insights into wildfire mitigation decisions among wildland–urban interface residents
H Brenkert–Smith, PA Champ, N Flores
Society and Natural Resources 19 (8), 759-768, 2006
Using respondent uncertainty to mitigate hypothetical bias in a stated choice experiment
RC Ready, PA Champ, JL Lawton
Land Economics 86 (2), 363-381, 2010
Social amplification of wildfire risk: the role of social interactions and information sources
H Brenkert‐Smith, KL Dickinson, PA Champ, N Flores
Risk analysis 33 (5), 800-817, 2013
Contingent valuation and incentives
PA Champ, NE Flores, TC Brown, J Chivers
Land Economics 78 (4), 591-604, 2002
Measuring the difference in mean willingness to pay when dichotomous choice contingent valuation responses are not independent
GL Poe, MP Welsh, PA Champ
Land economics, 255-267, 1997
Trying not to get burned: understanding homeowners’ wildfire risk–mitigation behaviors
H Brenkert-Smith, PA Champ, N Flores
Environmental Management 50, 1139-1151, 2012
The economic cost of adverse health effects from wildfire-smoke exposure: a review
I Kochi, GH Donovan, PA Champ, JB Loomis
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (7), 803-817, 2010
A comparison of approaches to mitigate hypothetical bias
PA Champ, R Moore, RC Bishop
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 38 (2), 166-180, 2009
Is willingness to pay for a public good sensitive to the elicitation format?
PA Champ, RC Bishop
Land economics 82 (2), 162-173, 2006
The hidden cost of wildfires: Economic valuation of health effects of wildfire smoke exposure in Southern California
LA Richardson, PA Champ, JB Loomis
Journal of Forest Economics 18 (1), 14-35, 2012
Collecting survey data for nonmarket valuation
PA Champ
A primer on nonmarket valuation 3, 59-98, 2003
Living in a tinderbox: wildfire risk perceptions and mitigating behaviours
PA Champ, GH Donovan, CM Barth
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (6), 832-840, 2013
Catching fire? Social interactions, beliefs, and wildfire risk mitigation behaviors
K Dickinson, H Brenkert-Smith, P Champ, N Flores
Society & Natural Resources 28 (8), 807-824, 2015
Valuing mortality impacts of smoke exposure from major southern California wildfires
I Kochi, PA Champ, JB Loomis, GH Donovan
Journal of forest economics 18 (1), 61-75, 2012
Is seeing believing? Perceptions of wildfire risk over time
PA Champ, H Brenkert‐Smith
Risk Analysis 36 (4), 816-830, 2016
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