Hedonic Prices, Identification, and the Demand for Public Safety
Journal of Regional Science
Examines the use of a two-stage intercity hedonic model to estimate household demand for public safety. Estimation of a willingness-to-pay function for the public-safety good; Determinant of willingness to pay; Comparison between the influence of income and the combined impact of family life-cycle considerations.
Clark, David E. and Cosgrove, James C., "Hedonic Prices, Identification, and the Demand for Public Safety" (1990). Economics Faculty Research and Publications. 566.