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Establishing Fees for Beach Protection: Paying for a Public Good

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Costs of controlling shoreline erosion are not allocated equitably. Using estimates from Seabrook Island, South Carolina, we provide a method to set fees based on proximity to the beach. Equitable fees will encourage efficient beach protection policy. This method is also applicable to other areas that require beach maintenance.
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Keywords: BEACH NOURISHMENT FEE HEDONIC MODEL PUBLIC GOOD

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1999-01-01

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