Publikasjonsdetaljer

År
1997
Forfattere
Hansen, B.T.
Institusjon
AKF, Institute of Local Government Studies - DenmarkCopenhagenDenmark
Publisert i/av
Journal of cultural economics
Nr
21 (1), p 1-28
Næring
Land
Danmark
Type
Vitenskapelig artikkel
Nøkkelord
betalingsvillighet, Verdsetting, Kulturelle verdier, willingness to pay WTP, valuation
Abstrakt / Utdrag

In this paper some of the results of a Contingent Valuation (CV)-Study of the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, are presented. The estimated aggregated willingness-to-pay (WTP) for the Royal Theatre through taxes shows that the Danish population wants to pay at least as much as the theatre receives in public subsidies. The visitors comprise only about 7 per cent of the total population, but the non-users' WTP is quite substantial which is the interesting point. It means that the non-users are willing to pay an option price and that the Royal Theatre has non-use value.