Sanvar Uddin Ahmed – Cost-Benefit Analysis of Enviroment Goods
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Contingent valuation is one of the means of incorporating socio-environmental considerations in cost–benefit analysis. The authors of this book have examined environmental valuation methods through the lens of cost–benefit analysis focused on three case studies in Japan: public parks, a bay wetland, and a recreational theme park. With implications for the world at large, the findings presented here serve as a valuable source of information on Japanese behavior regarding the valuation of environmental goods. New, alternative approaches and guidelines for cost–benefit analysis in the public and private spheres also are discussed. This volume makes an important addition to the library of all researchers and other scientists in the fields of environmental science and environmental economics.
Sarwar Uddin Ahmed, PhD is Professor and Dean, School of Business at the Independent University, Bangladesh. He has jointly published three books: Cost-benefit Analysis: Springer 2006, Corporate Social Performance: LAP 2012, and Foundations of Financial Management: Boier Desh 2014. He also wrote one chapter in Advances in Development Economics edited by Professor Dipak Basu and two chapters in Studies on Financial Markets in East Asia edited by Professor Masayuki Susai and Professor Shigeru Uchida. He has authored approximately 75 articles, reports and conference papers on environmental finance, relationship banking, corporate social responsibility and capital market. He is Chief Editor for the Independent Business Review.