Environmental Valuation in Cost Benefit Analysis: The Use of Stated Preference Methods
Stated preference method is a valuation/elicitation method in which respondents are required to state their choice over several alternatives. Two of positive traits of stated preference method are, unlike revealed preference method, it doesn’t need proxy market to value goods and services and it can elicit non-use value. The most famous methodologies under stated preference method are contingent valuation and choice modelling. These two methods have their own advantage and disadvantages. Nevertheless, these methodologies are utilized extensively to value attributes of environmental goods and services as a part of Extended Cost and Benefit Analysis.
The workshop will discuss in brief manner how to conduct a proper choice modeling and contingent valuation survey, including questionnaire development, data collection and data analysis. The training is suitable for policy makers, consultants and academicians.
The training will be held in:
Day : Sunday, August 13th, 2017
Time : 08.00 – 17.30 WIB
Location : DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Jakarta
We limit the size of class to ensure the workshop to be delivered effectively and efficiently. As it is empirical economics research methodology, we also expect for the participants are familiar with economics and econometrics and preferably has already conducted environmental valuation method. Applicants will be selected accordingly.
Interested applicants may apply the workshop through the following link https://tinyurl.com/ICIED2017. The deadline for application is on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Selected participants will be contacted via email on Monday, July 17, 2017.
Should you have any inquiries concerning the workshop, you can contact Ms. Rini Budiastuti (firstname.lastname@example.org/+62-81399278759).
The conference will be held on August 14-15, 2017. The theme for main conference is ‘Economic Research and Policy in the Changing World’. The main conference consists of plenary session, parallel session, and closing session.
The conference will have two activities in form of plenary session. The first one is keynote speech which will be given by Rema Hanna (Harvard Kennedy School). The second one is policy dialogue. In the second activity, several as well as experts and scholars are invited to discuss two main issues organized as follows:
The Challenges of Globalization and the Role of Regionalism: ASEAN’s Open-Regionalism Advantages
- Dr. M. Chatib Basri (Former Minister of Finance)
- Prof. Yasushi Suzuki (Ritsumeiken Asia Pacific University)
- Kiki Verico, Ph.D (Universitas Indonesia)
Creative Economy as the New Source of Economic Growth
- Prof. Mari Elka Pangestu (Former Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy)
- Felix Tan, Ph.D (UNSW Business School)
- Dr. Fithra Faisal Hastiadi (Universitas Indonesia)
The presenters will present their study and research in this session. Along with papers presentation, we will also have a special session in some parallel sessions. The special session is as follow.
To improve the engagement of higher education students in Indonesia, 2nd ICIED will host a parallel session for undergraduate students. Through this session, we encourage undergraduate students in Indonesia to submit and present their works in front of local and international scholars.
Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) Research Institutions Session
Several research institutions in FEB UI are invited to present their latest research and plans for future activities in this session.
Research Institution Sharing Forum Session
This session is planned to bridge networking development between local research institutions and donors (e.g. international institutions, non-governmental institutions). In this session, local research institutions will present their institution profile, including their portfolio, briefly.
Meeting with Editors Session
This session is held to facilitate a discussion between local and international journal publishers and Indonesian scholars regarding the process of journal submission and publication. The session is aimed to encourage the scholars, including high education students, to publish their research.
|08.45-09.00||Welcoming Speech by Rector of Universitas Indonesia|
|09.00-09.30||Keynote Speech by Ministry of National Development Planning – Prof. Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro|
|09.30-10.00||Keynote Speech by an International Scholar – Prof. Rema Hanna|
Plenary / Policy Dialogue Session 1 : “The Challenges of Globalization and the Role of Regionalism: ASEAN’s Open-Regionalism Advantages”
|13.00-15.00||Parallel Sessions 1 and Special Session|
|15.30-17.30||Parallel Sessions 2|
|08.00-10.00||Parallel Sessions 3|
|10.10-12.10||Parallel Sessions 4|
Plenary / Policy Dialogue Session 2 : “Creative Economy as the New Source of Economic Growth”
|14.40-16.40||Parallel Sessions 5 and Special Session|