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Van Houtven, G. (2014)
Combining expert elicitation and stated preference methods to value ecosystem services from improved lake water quality
Ecological Economics, 99 :40-52.
Van Houtven, G. (2013)
Tradeoffs among ecosystem services, performance certainty, and cost-efficiency in implementation of the Chesapeake Bay total maximum daily load
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 42 (1):196-224.
Van Houtven, G. (2012)
Using ecosystem services to inform decisions on U.S. air quality standards
Environmental Science and Technology, 46 (12):6481-6488.
Van Houtven, G. (May 2012).
Nutrient credit trading for the Chesapeake Bay: An economic study: Prepared for Chesapeake Bay Commission
Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International.
Van Houtven, G. (Jan 2012).
Klamath River Basin restoration: Nonuse value survey. Final report: Prepared for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International.
Van Houtven, G. (Oct 2011).
An optimization approach to evaluate the role of ecosystem services in Chesapeake Bay restoration strategies: U.S. EPA/600/R-11/001
Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), Office of Research and Development.
Van Houtven, G. (2011)
Eliciting benefit–risk preferences and probability-weighted utility using choice-format conjoint analysis
Medical Decision Making, 31 (3):469-480.
Van Houtven, G. (2011)
Benefits transfer of a third kind: An examination of structural benefits transfer
In Preference Data for Environmental Evaluation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches (pp. 303-321). New York, NY: Routledge.
Van Houtven, G. (2010)
Rates and costs of respiratory illness in coal mining: A cross-industry comparative analysis
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 52 (6):610-617.
Van Houtven, G. (Apr 2010).
A framework incorporating community preferences in use attainment and related water quality decision-making: EPA/625/R-08/001F
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Center for Environmental Assessment.
Van Houtven, G. (2009)
Valuing Welfare Impacts of Beach Erosion: An Application of the Structural Benefit Transfer Method
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 91 (5):1343-1350.
Van Houtven, G. (2009)
Multiple sclerosis patients' benefit-risk preferences: serious adverse event risks versus treatment efficacy
Journal of Neurology, 256 (4):554-562.
Van Houtven, G. (2009)
Using conceptual models to communicate environmental changes
In Environmental Economics for Watershed Restoration . Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Van Houtven, G. (2008)
Combining revealed and stated preference data to estimate the nonmarket value of ecological services: An assessment of the state of the science
Journal of Economic Surveys, 22 (5):872-908.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2008)
Methods for the Meta-Analysis of Willingness-to-Pay Data: An Overview
Pharmacoeconomics, 26 (11):901-910.
Van Houtven, G. (September 2008).
Costs of illness among older adults: An analysis of six major health conditions with significant environmental risk factors: RTI Press Publication No. RR-0002-0809
Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI Press.
Van Houtven, G. (2008)
Cancer premiums and latency effects: A risk tradeoff approach for valuing reductions in fatal cancer risks
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 36 (2):179-199.
Van Houtven, G. (2007)
Valuing water quality improvements in the United States using meta-analysis: Is the glass half-full or half-empty for national policy analysis?
Resource and Energy Economics, 29 (3):206-228.
Van Houtven, G. (2007)
Improving the practice of benefits transfer: A preference calibration approach
In Environmental Value Transfer: Issues and Methods, Series on: The Economics of Non-Market Goods and Resources (pp. 241-260). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2006)
Structural benefit transfer: An example using VSL estimates
Ecological Economics, 60 (2):361-371.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2006)
The missing piece: Valuing averting behavior for children's ozone exposures
Resource and Energy Economics, 28 (3):215-228.
Van Houtven, G. (2006)
Valuing avoided morbidity using meta-regression analysis: What can health status measures and QALYs tell us about WTP?
Health Economics, 15 (8):775-795.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2006)
Evaluating Risk-Benefit Tradeoffs and Health-Related Utility: A Comparison of Standard Gamble and Conjoint Methods
Presented at Economics of Population Health: The Inaugural Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, Madison, WI, June 2006.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2006)
Quantifying Patients' Risk-Benefit Tradeoff Preferences: A Conceptual and Empirical Comparison of Methods
Presented at ISPOR 11th Annual International Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 2006.
Van Houtven, G. (2006)
Quantifying patients' risk-benefit tradeoff preferences: A conceptual and empirical comparison of methods
Value in Health, 9 (3):A5-A5.
Van Houtven, G.L. (February 2006).
Regulatory impact analysis of the final BSE rulemaking using the beef sector facility-level model, Final report, Contract no. 53-3A94-03-12, Task order 19
Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, RTI Project Number 0208893.019
Van Houtven, G.L. (2005)
Pollution trading in water quality limited areas: Use of benefits assessment and cost-effective trading ratios
Land Economics, 81 (2):191-205.
Van Houtven, G. (2004)
Recovering Hicksian consumer surplus within a collective model: Hausman's method for the household
Environmental & Resource Economics, 28 (2):153-167.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2003)
Valuing Avoided Morbidity Using Meta-Analysis: What Can QALY Weights Tell Us About WTP
Presented at International Health Economics Association Meetings, San Francisco, CA, June 2003.
Van Houtven, G. (2003)
Benefit Transfer Functions for Avoided Morbidity: A Preference Calibration Approach
Van Houtven, G. (2003)
Preference Calibration with QALYs
Van Houtven, G. (2003)
Using Preference Calibration for VSL Estimation
Van Houtven, G. (March 2003).
Valuation of Morbidity Losses: Meta-Analysis of Willingness-to-Pay and Health Status Measures
Van Houtven, G. (2003)
Valuing Environmental Risks: From Preference Calibration to Estimation
Van Houtven, G.L. (2003)
VSL reconsidered: what do labor supply estimates reveal about risk preferences?
Economics Letters, 80 (2):147-153.
Van Houtven, G. (2002)
Benefit transfer via preference calibration: 'Prudential algebra' for policy
Land Economics, 78 (1):132-152.
Van Houtven, G.L. (2002)
Compensating for public harms: Why public goods are preferred to money
Land Economics, 78 (3):368-389.
Van Houtven, G. (2002)
Private demand for a HIV/AIDS vaccine: evidence from Guadalajara, Mexico
Vaccine, 20 (19-20):2585-2591.
Van Houtven, G. (2001)
The efficiency of political mechanisms for siting nuisance facilities: Are opponents more likely to participate than supporters?
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 22 (2-3):141-161.
Van Houtven, G.L. (Jan 2000).
A benefits assessment of water pollution control programs since 1972: Part 1, The benefits of point source controls for conventional pollutants in rivers and streams: Prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water
Research Triangle Park, NC: Research Triangle Institute. US EPA Office of Water,
Van Houtven, G.L. (1999)
Household behavior under alternative pay-as-you-throw systems for solid waste disposal
Land Economics, 75 (4):515-537.
Van Houtven, G. (1999)
Valuation: Issues and methods
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 81 (5):1275-1275.
Van Houtven, G. (1998)
Using contingent valuation to measure the compensation required to gain community acceptance of a LULU: The case of hazardous waste disposal facility
Public Finance Review, 26 (3):231-249.
Van Houtven, G.L. (1997)
Altruistic preferences for life-saving public programs: Do baseline risks matter
Risk Analysis, 17 (1):81-92.
Van Houtven, G. (1996)
Paying for Permanence: An Economic Analysis of EPA's Cleanup Decisions at Superfund Sites
Rand Journal of Economics, 27 (3):563-582.
Van Houtven, G.L. (1996)
When Is a Life Too Costly to Save? The Evidence from U.S. Environmental Regulations
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 30 (3):348-368.
Van Houtven, G.L. (1995)
Measuring the benefits of local public goods: Environmental quality in Gaston County, North Carolina
Applied Economics, 27 :1253-1260.