Relational values help explain green infrastructure preferences: The case of managing crane habitat in Hokkaido, Japan

Hyerin Kim, Yasushi Shoji, Takahiro Tsuge, Takahiro Kubo & Futoshi Nakamura
The initial purpose of our study was to understand preferences of stakeholders on green infrastructure for flood control using a discrete choice experiment. However, the results of our study included unexpected findings. According to the utility theory of economics, an inexpensive green infrastructure scenario should have been chosen under ceteris paribus conditions, but our results differed from this expectation. Inconsistent results like ours are often interpreted as indicating bias and/or questionnaire design issues. However, our...
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