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Cancer premiums and latency effects: A risk tradeoff approach for valuing reductions in fatal cancer risks
G Van Houtven, MB Sullivan, C Dockins
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 36, 179-199, 2008
752008
Value of statistical life analysis and environmental policy: A white paper
C Dockins, K Maguire, N Simon, M Sullivan
US Environmental Protection Agency, National Center for Environmental Economics, 2004
532004
Valuation of childhood risk reduction: The importance of age, risk preferences, and perspective
C Dockins, RR Jenkins, N Owens, NB Simon, LB Wiggins
Risk Analysis 22 (2), 335-346, 2002
522002
Beyond the RfD: broad application of a probabilistic approach to improve chemical dose–response assessments for noncancer effects
WA Chiu, DA Axelrad, C Dalaijamts, C Dockins, K Shao, AJ Shapiro, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 126 (6), 067009, 2018
412018
Estimating the health benefits of environmental regulations
A McGartland, R Revesz, DA Axelrad, C Dockins, P Sutton, TJ Woodruff
Science 357 (6350), 457-458, 2017
242017
A stated preference study of the Chesapeake Bay and Watershed Lakes
C Moore, D Guignet, K Maguire, C Dockins, N Simon
192015
Risk assessment for benefits analysis: Framework for analysis of a thyroid-disrupting chemical
DA Axelrad, K Baetcke, C Dockins, CW Griffiths, RN Hill, PA Murphy, ...
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 68 (11-12), 837-855, 2005
192005
Value of statistical life analysis and environmental policy: A white paper, US Environmental Protection Agency
C Dockins, K Maguire, N Simon, M Sullivan
National Center for Environmental Economics, April 21, 2004
192004
Policy Brief—What’s in a Name? A Search for Alternatives to “VSL”
NB Simon, C Dockins, KB Maguire, SC Newbold, AJ Krupnick, LO Taylor
Review of environmental economics and policy, 2019
172019
Valuing ecological improvements in the Chesapeake Bay and the importance of ancillary benefits
C Moore, D Guignet, C Dockins, KB Maguire, NB Simon
Journal of benefit-cost analysis 9 (1), 1-26, 2018
152018
Value of statistical life analysis and environmental policy: A white paper for presentation to Science Advisory Board-Environmental Economics Advisory Committee
C Dockins, K Maguire, N Simon, M Sullivan
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation …, 2004
102004
Linking economics and risk assessment
C Dockins, CW Griffiths, N Owens, NB Simon, DA Axelrad
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 67 (8-10), 611-620, 2004
102004
What to do at low doses: a bounding approach for economic analysis
CW Griffiths, C Dockins, N Owens, NB Simon, DA Axelrad
Risk Analysis: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 22 (4), 679-688, 2002
102002
US environmental protection Agency's framework for human health risk assessment to inform decision making
J Fitzpatrick, R Schoeny, K Gallagher, K Deener, C Dockins, M Firestone, ...
International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 20 (1-3), 3-20, 2017
92017
Meeting report: Estimating the benefits of reducing hazardous air pollutants—summary of 2009 workshop and future considerations
MR Gwinn, J Craig, DA Axelrad, R Cook, C Dockins, N Fann, R Fegley, ...
Environmental health perspectives 119 (1), 125-130, 2011
72011
Preterm birth and economic benefits of reduced maternal exposure to fine particulate matter
JJ Kim, DA Axelrad, C Dockins
Environmental research 170, 178-186, 2019
62019
What’s in a Name? A Systematic Search for Alternatives to “VSL”
C Dockins, KB Maguire, S Newbold, NB Simon, A Krupnick, LO Taylor
42018
Willingness to pay for environmental health risk reductions when there are varying degrees of life expectancy: A white paper
C Dockins, K Maguire, N Simon
Prepared by the National Center for Environmental Economics, US …, 2006
32006
Muddying the Water? An Analysis of Non-Constant Baselines in Stated Preference Surveys
KB Maguire, C Moore, D Guignet, C Dockins, NB Simon
12018
Meta-Analysis and Publication Bias in the Hedonic Wage Literature
W Wheeler, C Dockins
12013
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