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Impact of Innovation on Consumers Liking and Willingness to Pay for Traditional Sausages

F., Braghieri A., Piasentier E., Favotto S., Naspetti S., Zanoli R., Effect of information about organic production on beef liking and consumer willingness to pay. Food Qual. Prefer., 2010, 21, 2, 207–212. 17. Newson R.S., Elmadfa I., Biro Gy., Cheng Y., Prakash V., Rust P., Barna M., Lion R.,. Meijer G.W., Neufingerl N., Szabolcs I., van Zweden I., Yang R. Y., Feunekes G.I.J., Barriers for progress in salt reduction in the general population”. Appetite, 2013, 71, 22–31. 18. Official Journal of the European Union Commission implementing regulation [EU

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Consumer willingness to pay a price premium for ecological goods: a case study from Ukraine

References 66% of consumers willing to pay more for sustainable goods , Nielsen report reveals. [ https://ashtonmanufacturing.com.au/66-of-consumers-willing-to-pay-more-for-sustainable-goods-nielsen-report-reveals ] site visited on 1/02/2019. Akeju T.J., Adeyinka S.A., Oladehinde G.J., Fatusin A.F. 2018. Regression analysis of residents’ perception on willingness to pay (WTP) for improved water supply: a case from Nigeria. Agricultural and Resource Economics: International Scientific E-Journal , 4, 2: 5–18. Badu-Gyan F., Owusu V. 2017. Consumer

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A more efficient valuation of beaches using tourists’ perspectives and Geographic Information System (GIS): The case of Patenga of Chittagong, Bangladesh

References ADB Validation Report . 2008. Bangladesh: Sundarbans Biodiversity Conservation Project. Operations Evaluation Department, Asian Development Bank. Alves B., Rigall-I-Torrent R., Ballester R., Benavente J., Ferraira O. 2015. Coastal erosion perception and willingness to pay for beach management (Cadiz, Spain). Journal of Coastal Conservation , 19, 3: 269–280. Amin M.A. 2019. Reckless plastic waste dumping greatly endangering Bay of Bengal. Dhaka Tribune . Retrieved in June 2019 from: https

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Consumers’ willingness to pay for safe buka foods: A case study of workers in Nigeria tertiary institutions

REFERENCES Akhter S., Yew T. S. (2015): Tourists’ Willingness to Pay for Marine Resource Conservation at Pulau Perhentian Marine Park, MalaysiaGreener Journal of Economics and Accountancy 4: 029–041. Doi. org/10.15580/GJEA.2015.2.012315012 Akinbode S. O. (2005): Consumption patterns, safety perception and willingness to pay for safety of street food in Ogun State. An unpublished thesis submitted to the Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, FUNAAB, Ogun State. Nigeria. Antle J. M. (2001): Economic Analysis of Food Safety. In

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Valuation approaches to ecosystem goods and services for the National Botanical Garden, Bangladesh

References Ajzen I., Driver B.L. 1992. Contingent Value Measurement. On the Nature and Meaning of Willingness to Pay. Journal of Consumer Psychology , 1, 4: 297–316. Bateman I.J., Langford I.H., Turner R.K, Willis K.G., Garrod, G.D. 1995. Elicitation and truncation effects in contingent valuation studies. Ecological Economics , 12: 161–179. Bharali A., Mazumder R. 2012. Application of travel cost method to assess the pricing policy of public parks: The case of Kaziranga National Park. Journal of Regional Development and Planning , 1(1): 41

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Selected aspects of the forest recreational function in view of its users

- program własny Lasów Państwowych [Active sharing of the forest - the program of the State Forests]. Studia i Materiały Centrum Edukacji Przyrodniczo-Leśnej , 13, 4 (29): 144-149. Janusz A., Piszczek M. 2008. Oczekiwania społeczeństwa wobec lasu - na przykładzie odwiedzających Leśny Kompleks Promocyjny Lasy Beskidu Sądeckiego [Publics opinion and expectation of the forest area - on an example of visitors to the forest promotion area Beskid Sądecki Forest]. Studia i Materiały Centrum Edukacji Przyrodniczo-Leśnej , 10, 3 (19): 139

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The preferences of visitors to selected forest areas for tourism and recreational purposes

. Turystyczno-rekreacyjne funkcje lasów w Polsce - obraz społecznych potrzeb w zakresie przepływu informacji [Tourist-recreational functions of forests in Poland - an overview of public needs concerning the flow of information on recreational opportunities]. Sylwan, 1: 62-72. Loomis J.B., Gonzales-Cabana. 1998. A willingness-to-pay function for protecting acres of spotted owl habitat from fire. Ecological Economics, 25: 315-322. Ożga W., Skłodowska Z., Skłodowski J. 2012. Zdrowie społeczeństwa, wypoczynek i turystyka przyrodnicza w lasach. In

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Economic evaluation of recreational use of forests roads on the example of Pisek City Forests Ltd.

., Swanson J. 2002. Economic valuation with stated preference techniques: a manual. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. Bernath K., Roschewitz A. 2008. Recreational benefits of urban forests: Explaining visitors‘ willingness to pay in the kontext of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Environmental Management , 89, 155–166. Blaha P. 2010. The results of the monitoring and their practical application – Liberec Region. Ochrana přírody , Special issue. Busch M., La Notte A., Laporte V., Erhard M. 2012. Potentials of quantitative and qualitative approaches

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Shoot Induction from Axillary Bud of β-Carotene Enriched Manihot esculenta Crantz and Molecular Stability of Regenerants

revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco tissue cultures. Physiologia Plantarum 15: 473-497. Oparinde A., Abhijit A., Ekin B., Ilona P (2014): Information and Consumer Willingness to Pay for Biofortified Yellow Cassava: Evidence from Experimental Auctions in Nigeria. HarvestPlus Working Paper No. 13. 26 p. Puonti-Kaerlas J. (1998): Cassava Biotechnology. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews 15(1): 329-364. SAS Institute (2002): Statistical Analysis System “SAS/STAT” User’s Guide, Version 6, Fourth edition; Vol. 1. The SAS

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Determinants of forest land use decisions among rural farm households in south-western Nigeria

in Nigeria: Case study of NgelNyaki Forest Reserve, Mambilla Plateau, Taraba State, Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Forestry and Environment 2: 69–76. http://journals.sjp.ac.lk/index.php/JTFE/article/view/571 Brako D. E. (2015): Farmers’ willingness to pay for cocoa grafting in the eastern region of Ghana. Thesis submitted to the department of agricultural economics and agribusiness, School of Agriculture, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon. Retrieved from: www.ugspace.ug.edu.gh/bitstream/handle/123456789/8107/DOMPREH

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