Valuing the benefits of health intervention using three different approaches to contingent valuation: re-treatment of mosquito bed-nets in Nigeria

Abstract

The objective of this study was to determine the level of willingness to pay (WTP) for re-treatment of mosquito nets and compare the theoretical validity of the WTP estimates from three contingent valuation question formats, namely the bidding game BG;: binary with follow-up technique (BWFU) and a novel structured haggling technique (SH) that mimicked price-taking behaviour in the study area.

Citation

Onwujekwe, O.; Fox-Rushby, J.; Hanson, K. Valuing the benefits of health intervention using three different approaches to contingent valuation: re-treatment of mosquito bed-nets in Nigeria. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy (2004) 9 (2) 67-75. [DOI: 10.1258/135581904322987472]

Valuing the benefits of health intervention using three different approaches to contingent valuation: re-treatment of mosquito bed-nets in Nigeria

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