Publications

Journal Articles

2019

Balmford BGreen R.EOnial MPhalan BBalmford A (2019) How imperfect can land sparing be before land sharing is more favourable for wild species? Journal of Applied Ecology (Vol. 56, January 2019, Issue 1, pages 73-84) DOI

Agriculture currently covers 40% of the world's ice‐free land (Foley et al., 2011), and poses the single greatest threat to biodiversity of any sector (IUCN, 2016). Moreover, with an increasingly large and wealthy human population, agricultural demand is rising quickly (Godfray et al., 2010). Indeed, it is expected that as much food will be produced this half‐century as since the beginning of agriculture (DEFRA, 2009). More equitable distribution of food, reduction in post‐harvest waste, and switching to more plant‐based diets would help limit the footprint of agriculture (Godfray et al., 2010). However, food production is still predicted to increase, so managing land‐use to minimise the negative impacts on wild nature is crucial (Foley et al., 2011).

2018 

Bateman IBalmford B (2018) Public funding for public goods: A post-Brexit perspective on principles for agricultural policy. Land Use Policy (Vol. 79, December 2018, pages 293-300) DOI

In early 2019 the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union and with it the Common Agricultural Policy. The UK Government has announced its intentions to formulate a novel agricultural policy following the principle that public funding should be restricted to the provision of public goods. However, the acceptance, interpretation and application of this principle is the subject of intense debate. We overview the background to this debate, reveal the major flaws in present policy and identify and provide our answers to three key questions which future policy must address: (1) What are the farm related public goods that public money should support?; (2) How should that spending be allocated?; (3) How much should be spent? We believe that these questions and their answers will be of general interest beyond the UK.

Faccioli MKuhfuss LCzajkowski M (2018) Stated Preferences for Conservation Policies Under Uncertainty: Insights on the Effect of Individuals’ Risk Attitudes in the Environmental Domain. Environemental and Resource Economics. DOI

This paper contributes to the literature focusing on the stated preference valuation of the environment, by shedding more light on the role of uncertainty (around environmental outcomes) and people’s attitudes towards risk. The study relies on a discrete choice experiment to compare preferences for environmental outcomes under climate change across two split samples, each confronted with a scenario where results were presented as certain or uncertain, but were otherwise associated with the same expected outcomes. Our research shows the existence of significantly different preferences between the certain and the uncertain treatment, with uncertain outcomes being associated with more extreme utility levels and willingness to pay (in absolute terms), which indicates that individuals are not risk neutral in the presence of uncertainty around environmental outcomes. The findings of this paper are useful to better understand stated preferences for conservation policies in risky contexts and reinforce the idea that uncertainty should be explicitly incorporated in the design of stated preference studies to better inform policy.

McGowan J, Bode M, Holden MH, Davis K, Krueck NC, Beger M, Yates KL, Possingham HP (2018). Ocean zoning within a sparing versus sharing framework. Theoretical Ecology DOI. 

2017 

Andrews, B., Ferrini, S. and Bateman, I.J., (2017) Good Parks - Bad Parks: The Influence of Location on WTP and Preference Motives for Urban Parks, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 6(2): 204-224, doi: 10.1080/21606544.2016.1268543

Winter DM, Inman A, Wheeler R, Vrain E, Lovett A, Collins A, Jones I, Johnes P, Cleasby W (2017). An exploration of individual, social and material factors influencing water pollution mitigation behaviours within the farming community. Land Use Policy. Full text.

Torres C, Faccioli M, Riera Font A (2017). Waiting or acting now? the effect on willingness-to-pay of delivering inherent uncertainty information in choice experiments. Ecological Economics, 131, 231-240. DOI.

Smith GS, Day B (2017). Addressing the Collective Action Problem in Multiple-purchaser PES: an Experimental Investigation of Negotiated Payment Contributions. Ecological Economics, 144, 36-58. DOI

Law EA, Bennett NJ, Ives CD, Friedman R, Davis KJ, Archibald C, Wilson KA (2017). Equity trade-offs in conservation decision making. Conservation Biology DOI. 

Law EA, Ferraro PJ, Arcese P, Bryan BA, Davis K, Gordon A, Holden MH, Iacona G, Marcos Martinez R, McAlpine CA, et al (2017). Projecting the performance of conservation interventions. Biological Conservation, 215, 142-151. DOI. 

Binner AR, Day BH (2017). How Property Markets Determine Welfare Outcomes: an Equilibrium Sorting Model Analysis of Local Environmental Interventions. Environmental and Resource Economics. DOI.

Hampson DI, Ferrini S, Rigby D, Bateman IJ (2017). River water quality: who cares, how much and why Water (Switzerland), 9(8). 
2016 

Faccioli M, Hanley N, Torres C, Font AR (2016). Do we care about sustainability? an analysis of time sensitivity of social preferences under environmental time-persistent effects. J Environ Manage, 177, 356-364. Author URL. DOI.

Bateman I, Agarwala M, Binner A, Coombes E, Day B, Ferrini S, Fezzi C, Hutchins M, Lovett A, Posen P, et al (2016). Spatially explicit integrated modelling and economic valuation of climate driven land use change and its indirect effects. J Environ Manage, 181, 172-184. Author URL

Lamb A, Green R, Bateman I, Broadmeadow M, Bruce T, Burney J, Carey P, Chadwick D, Crane E, Field R, et al (2016). The potential for land sparing to offset greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture. Nature Climate Change Full textDOI 

 2015

Owen NE, Challenor P, Menon PP, Bennani S (In Press) (2015). Comparison of surrogate-based uncertainty quantification methods for computationally expensive simulators. Author URL. Full text.

Faccioli M, Riera Font A, Torres Figuerola CM (2015). Valuing the recreational benefits of wetland adaptation to climate change: a trade-off between species' abundance and diversity. Environ Manage, 55(3), 550-563. Author URL. DOI.

Davis KJ, Kragt ME, Gelcich S, Burton M, Schilizzi S, Pannell DJ (2015). Why are Fishers not Enforcing Their Marine User Rights?. Environmental and Resource Economics, 67(4), 661-681. DOI. 

Binner A, Day B (2015). Exploring mortgage interest deduction reforms: an equilibrium sorting model with endogenous tenure choice. Journal of Public Economics, 122, 40-54. DOI.                                                                                                            

Bateman IJ, Coombes E, Fitzherbert E, Binner A, Badura T, Carbone C, Fisher B, Naidoo R, Watkinson AR (2015). Conserving tropical biodiversity via market forces and spatial targeting. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(24), 7408-7413. DOI. 

Rigby D, Burton M, Balcombe K, Bateman I, Mulatu A (2015). Contract cheating & the market in essays. Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, 111, 23-37. DOI. 

Bateman I, Benchekroun H, Vossler C (2015). EAERE Award for the Best Paper Published in Environmental and Resource Economics during 2014. Environmental and Resource Economics, 62(1). DOI
Fezzi C, Harwood AR, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ (2015). Erratum: the environmental impact of climate change adaptation on land use and water quality (Nature Climate Change (2015) 5 (255-260)). Nature Climate Change, 5(4). ‌ DOI‌
Guerry AD, Polasky S, Lubchenco J, Chaplin-Kramer R, Daily GC, Griffin R, Ruckelshaus M, Bateman IJ, Duraiappah A, Elmqvist T, et al (2015). Natural capital and ecosystem services informing decisions: from promise to practice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(24), 7348-7355. DOI.
Fezzi C, Bateman I (2015). The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture: Nonlinear Effects and Aggregation Bias in Ricardian Models of Farmland Values. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2(1), 57-92. DOI.
Fezzi C, Harwood AR, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ (2015). The environmental impact of climate change adaptation on land use and water quality. Nature Climate Change, 5(3), 255-260. Full text. DOI. 
2014 

Davis K, Kragt M, Gelcich S, Schilizzi S, Pannell D (2014). Accounting for enforcement costs in the spatial allocation of marine zones. Conservation Biology, 29(1), 226-237. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Harwood AR, Abson DJ, Andrews B, Crowe A, Dugdale S, Fezzi C, Foden J, Hadley D, Haines-Young R, et al (2014). Economic Analysis for the UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis and Scenario Valuation of Changes in Ecosystem Services. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(2), 273-297. DOI. 

Bateman I, Agarwala M, Badura T (2014). Pollinator declines - Avoid pitfalls of consensus methods. Nature, 505(7482). DOI.

Ferrini S, Schaafsma M, Bateman I (2014). Revealed and stated preference valuation and transfer: a within-sample comparison of water quality improvement values. Water Resources Research, 50(6), 4746-4759. DOI.

Schaafsma M, Morse-Jones S, Posen P, Swetnam R, Balmford A, Bateman I, Burgess N, Chamshama S, Fisher B, Freeman T, et al (2014). The importance of local forest benefits: Economic valuation of Non-Timber Forest Products in the Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania. Global Environmental Change, 24, 295-305. DOI.
Fezzi C, Bateman IJ, Ferrini S (2014). Using revealed preferences to estimate the value of travel time to recreation sites. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 67(1), 58-70DOI. 
Abson DJ, Termansen M, Pascual U, Aslam U, Fezzi C, Bateman I (2014). Valuing climate change effects upon UK agricultural GHG emissions: Spatial Analysis of a Regulating Ecosystem Service. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(2), 215-231. DOI.
Fezzi C, Bateman I, Askew T, Munday P, Pascual U, Sen A, Harwood A (2014). Valuing provisioning ecosystem services in agriculture: the Impact of Climate Change on Food Production in the United Kingdom. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(2), 197-214. DOI.
2013 

Colón-González FJ, Fezzi C, Lake IR, Hunter PR (2013). The effects of weather and climate change on dengue. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 7(11). Author URL. DOI. 

Bateman IJ, Harwood AR, Mace GM, Watson RT, Abson DJ, Andrews B, Binner A, Crowe A, Day BH, Dugdale S, et al (2013). ‌: land use in the United Kingdom. Science, 341(6141), 45-50. Author URL. DOI
Bateman I (2013). EAERE Award for the Best Paper Published in Environmental and Resource Economics during 2012. Environmental and Resource Economics, 56(1), 1-2. DOI. 
Sen A, Harwood AR, Bateman IJ, Munday P, Crowe A, Brander L, Raychaudhuri J, Lovett AA, Foden J, Provins A, et al (2013). Economic Assessment of the Recreational Value of Ecosystems in Great Britain: Methodological Development and National and Local Application. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(2), 233-249. DOI.
Bateman IJ, Harwood AR, Mace GM, Watson RT, Abson DJ, Andrews B, Binner A, Crowe A, Day BH, Dugdale S, et al (2013). Ecosystem Services Nature's Balance Sheet Response. SCIENCE, 342(6157), 421-422. Author URL.
Bateman IJ, Harwood AR, Mace GM, Watson RT, Abson DJ, Andrews B, Binner A, Crowe A, Day BH, Dugdale S, et al (2013).Ecosystem services response.Science, 342(6157), 421-422. Author URL. DOI.
Garnett T, Appleby MC, Balmford A, Bateman IJ, Benton TG, Bloomer P, Burlingame B, Dawkins M, Dolan L, Fraser D, et al (2013). Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture: Premises and Policies Science, 341(6141), 33-34. DOI.

Tratalos JA, Sugden R, Bateman IJ, Gill JA, Jones AP, Showler DA, Sutherland WJ, Watkinson AR (2013). The Conflict Between Conservation and Recreation When Visitors Dislike Crowding: a Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Recreational Beach Users. Environmental and Resource Economics, 55(3), 447-465. DOI

Perino G, Andrews B, Kontoleon A, Bateman I (2013). The Value of Urban Green Space in Britain: a Methodological Framework for Spatially Referenced Benefit Transfer. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57(2), 251-272. DOI.
 2012
Metcalfe PJ, Baker W, Andrews K, Atkinson G, Bateman IJ, Butler S, Carson RT, East J, Gueron Y, Sheldon R, et al (2012). An assessment of the nonmarket benefits of the Water Framework Directive for households in England and Wales. Water Resources Research, 48(3). DOI.
Bateman I, Binner A, Coombes E, Day B, Ferrini S, Fezzi C, Hutchins M, Posen P (2012). Integrated and spatially explicit modelling of the economic value of complex environmental change and its indirect effects. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-40. 
Fezzi C, Bateman I (2012). Non-linear effects and aggregation bias in Ricardian models of climate change. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-33.
Day B, Bateman IJ, Carson RT, Dupont D, Louviere JJ, Morimoto S, Scarpa R, Wang P (2012). Ordering effects and choice set awareness in repeat-response stated preference studies. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 63(1), 73-91. DOI. 
Dupont DP, Bateman IJ (2012). Political affiliation and willingness to pay: an examination of the nature of benefits and means of provision. Ecological Economics, 75, 43-51. DOI.  
Atkinson G, Bateman I, Mourato S (2012). Recent advances in the valuation of ecosystem services and biodiversity. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 28(1), 22-47. DOI. 
Kataria M, Bateman I, Christensen T, Dubgaard A, Hasler B, Hime S, Ladenburg J, Levin G, Martinsen L, Nissen C, et al (2012). Scenario realism and welfare estimates in choice experiments - a non-market valuation study on the European water framework directive. Journal of Environmental Management, 94(1), 25-33. DOI. 
Morse-Jones S, Bateman IJ, Kontoleon A, Ferrini S, Burgess ND, Turner RK (2012). Stated preferences for tropical wildlife conservation amongst distant beneficiaries: Charisma, endemism, scope and substitution effects. Ecological Economics, 78, 9-18. DOI. 
Schaafsma M, Morse-Jones S, Posen P, Swetnam RD, Balmford A, Bateman IJ, Burgess ND, Chamshama SAO, Fisher B, Green RE, et al (2012). Towards transferable functions for extraction of Non-timber Forest Products: a case study on charcoal production in Tanzania. Ecological Economics, 80, 48-62. DOI. 
Fezzi C, Bateman I, Ferrini S (2012). Using revealed preferences to estimate the value of travel time to recreation sites. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1). 
2011 

Brida JG, Osti L, Faccioli M (2011). Residents' perception and attitudes towards tourism impacts: a case study of the small rural community of Folgaria (Trentino - Italy). Benchmarking, 18(3), 359-385. DOI.

Faccioli M (2011). Youth's perception of tourism impact: Policy implications for Folgaria (Italy). International Journal of Tourism Policy, 4(1), 1-35. DOI.

Kirkby CA, Giudice R, Day B, Turner K, Soares-Filho BS, Oliveira-Rodrigues H, Yu DW (2011). Closing the ecotourism-conservation loop in the Peruvian Amazon. Environmental Conservation, 38, 6-17. DOI. 

Luisetti T, Turner RK, Bateman IJ, Morse-Jones S, Adams C, Fonseca L (2011). Coastal and marine ecosystem services valuation for policy and management: Managed realignment case studies in England. Ocean and Coastal Management, 54(3), 212-224. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Mace GM, Fezzi C, Atkinson G, Turner K (2011). Economic analysis for ecosystem service assessments. Environmental and Resource Economics, 48(2), 177-218. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R, Ferrini S, Schaafsma M, Barton DN, Dubgaard A, Hasler B, Hime S, Liekens I, Navrud S, et al (2011). Making Benefit Transfers Work: Deriving and Testing Principles for Value Transfers for Similar and Dissimilar Sites Using a Case Study of the Non-Market Benefits of Water Quality Improvements Across Europe. Environmental and Resource Economics, 50(3), 365-387. DOI. 
Fezzi C, Bateman IJ (2011). Structural agricultural land use modelling for spatial agro-environmental policy analysis. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 93(4), 1168-1188. DOI. 
Luisetti T, Bateman IJ, Kerry Turner R (2011). Testing the fundamental assumption of choice experiments: Are values absolute or relative? Land Economics, 87(2), 284-296. DOI. 
Schaafsma M, Morse Jones S, Posen P, Swetnam RD, Balmford A, Bateman IJ, Burgess N, Chamshama SAO, Fisher B, Freeman T, et al (2011). The importance of local forest benefits: Valuation of non-timber forest products in the eastern arc mountains in Tanzania. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-49. 
Donaldson C, Baker R, Mason H, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Wildman J, Bateman I, Loomes G, Robinson A, Sugden R, et al (2011). The social value of a QALY - Raising the bar or barring the raise? BMC Health Services Research, 11. DOI.
2010 

Fezzi C, Bunn D (2010). Structural Analysis of Electricity Demand and Supply Interactions. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 72(6), 827-856. DOI.

Day BH, Loomes G (2010). Conflicting violations of transitivity and where they may lead us. Theory and Decision, 68, 233-242. DOI.

Parry L, Day B, Amaral S, Peres CA (2010). Drivers of rural exodus from Amazonian headwaters. Population and Environment, 32, 137-176. DOI. 

Day B, Pinto Prades J-L (2010). Ordering anomalies in choice experiments. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 59, 7675-7697. DOI.
Parry L, Peres CA, Day B, Amaral S (2010). Rural-urban migration brings conservation threats and opportunities to Amazonian watersheds. Conservation Letters, 3, 251-259. DOI.
Kirkby CA, Giudice-Granados R, Day B, Turner K, Velarde-Andrade LM, Duenas-Duenas A, Lara-Rivas JC, Yu DW (2010). The market triumph of ecotourism: an economic investigation of the private and social benefits of competing land uses in the Peruvian Amazon. PLoS ONE, 5 DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Mace GM, Fezzi C, Atkinson G, Turner K (2010). Economic analysis for ecosystem service assessments. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-49. 

Turner K, Bateman I (2010). Editorial. Environmental and Resource Economics, 45(1), 1-1. DOI.

Jones A, Wright J, Bateman I, Schaafsma M (2010). Estimating Arrival Numbers for Informal Recreation: a Geographical Approach and Case Study of British Woodlands. Sustainability, 2(2), 684-684. 
Crowther J, Hampson DI, Bateman IJ, Kay D, Posen PE, Stapleton CM, Wyer MD (2010). Generic modelling of faecal indicator organism concentrations in the UK. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1). 
Fezzi C, Hutchins M, Rigby D, Bateman IJ, Posen P, Hadley D (2010). Integrated assessment of water framework directive nitrate reduction measures. Agricultural Economics, 41(2), 123-134. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Dupont DP (2010). Political affiliation and willingness-to-pay for publicly versus privately provided environmental goods. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-34. 
Hampson D, Crowther J, Bateman I, Kay D, Posen P, Stapleton C, Wyer M, Fezzi C, Jones P, Tzanopoulos J, et al (2010). Predicting microbial pollution concentrations in UK rivers in response to land use change. Water Res, 44(16), 4748-4759. Author URL. DOI. 
Morse-Jones S, Bateman I, Kontoleon A, Ferrini S, Burgess N, Turner K (2010). Testing the theoretical consistency of stated preferences for tropical wildlife conservation. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-24. 
Bateman IJ, Fisher B, Fitzherbert E, Glew D, Naidoo R (2010). Tigers, markets and palm oil: Market potential for conservation. ORYX, 44(2), 230-234. DOI. 
Baker R, Bateman I, Donaldson C, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Loomes G, Mason H, Odejar M, Pinto Prades JL, Robinson A, et al (2010). Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: Preliminary results from the social value of a QALY project. Health Technology Assessment, 14(27). DOI. 
Baker R, Bateman I, Donaldson C, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Loomes G, Mason H, Odejar M, Pinto Prades JL, Robinson A, et al (2010). Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: preliminary results from the Social Value of a QALY Project. Health technology assessment (Winchester, England), 14(27), 1-162. 
 2009
Hime S, Bateman IJ, Posen P, Hutchins M (2009). A transferable water quality ladder for conveying use and ecological information within public surveys. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-36. 

Bateman IJ (2009). Bringing the real world into economic analyses of land use value: Incorporating spatial complexity. Land Use Policy, 26(SUPPL. 1). DOI.

Hutchins M, Fezzi C, Bateman I, Posen P, Deflandre-Vlandas A (2009). Cost-effective mitigation of diffuse pollution: setting criteria for river basin management at multiple locations. Environ Manage, 44(2), 256-267. Author URL. DOI. 
Bateman IJ (2009). Economic analysis for ecosystem assessments: Application for the UK national ecosystem assessment (NEA). Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-51.
Bateman IJ, Turner RK (2009). Environmental and Resource Economics: Editorial. Environmental and Resource Economics, 42(1). DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Munro A (2009). Household Versus Individual Valuation: What's the Difference? Environmental and Resource Economics, 43(1), 119-135. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R, Ferrini S, Schaafsma M, Barton DN, Dubgaard A, Hasler B, Hime S, Liekens I, Navrud S, et al (2009). Making benefit transfers work: Deriving and testing principles for value transfers for similar and dissimilar sites using a case study of the non-market benefits of water quality improvements across Europe. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-47. 
Bateman IJ, Day BH, Dupont D, Georgiou S (2009). Procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one-half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91, 806-820. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Day BH, Jones AP, Jude S (2009). Reducing gain-loss asymmetry: a virtual reality choice experiment valuing land use change. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 58(1), 106-118. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Coombes E, Fisher B, Fitzherbert E, Glew D, Naidoo R (2009). Saving Sumatra’s species: Combining economics and ecology to define an efficient and self-Sustaining program for inducing conservation within oil palm plantations. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-37. 
Day B, Bateman IJ, Carson RT, Dupont D, Louviere JJ, Morimoto S, Scarpa R, Wang P (2009). Task independence in stated preference studies: a test of order effect explanations. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-40. 
Brainard J, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2009). The social value of carbon sequestered in Great Britain's woodlands. Ecological Economics, 68(4), 1257-1267. DOI. 
 2008
Luisetti T, Turner K, Bateman I (2008). An ecosystem services approach to assess managed realignment coastal policy in England. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-25. 
Bateman IJ, Carson RT, Day B, Dupont D, Louviere JJ, Morimoto S, Scarpa R, Wang P (2008). Choice set awareness and ordering effects in discrete choice experiments. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-45. 

Bateman IJ, Munro A, Poe GL (2008). Decoy effects in choice experiments and contingent valuation: Asymmetric dominance. Land Economics, 84(1), 115-127. DOI.

Fezzi C, Rigby D, Bateman IJ, Hadley D, Posen P (2008). Estimating the range of economic impacts on farms of nutrient leaching reduction policies. Agricultural Economics, 39(2), 197-205. DOI. 
Fezzi C, Hutchins M, Rigby D, Bateman IJ, Posen P, Hadley D, Deflandre-Vlandas A (2008). Integrated assessment of water framework directive nitrate reduction measures. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-34. 
Bateman IJ, Burgess D, Hutchinson WG, Matthews DI (2008). Learning design contingent valuation (LDCV): NOAA guidelines, preference learning and coherent arbitrariness. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 55(2), 127-141. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Fisher B, Fitzherbet E, Glew DW, Watkinson A (2008). Making tigers pay: Marketing conservation of the Sumatran tiger through tiger friendly' oil palm production. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-30. 
Coombes EG, Jones AP, Bateman IJ, Tratalos JA, Gill JA, Showler DA, Watkinson AR, Sutherland WJ (2008). Spatial and temporal modelling of beach use: a case study of East Anglia, UK. Coastal Management, 37(1). DOI. 
Luisetti T, Bateman IJ, Turner RK (2008). Testing the fundamental assumption of choice experiments: Are values absolute or relative? Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-21. 
Ferrini S, Fezzi C, Day BH, Bateman IJ (2008). Valuing spatially dispersed environmental goods: a joint revealed and stated preference model to consistently separate use and non-use values. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-25. 
2007 

Day B (2007).Distribution-free estimation with interval-censored contingent valuation data: Troubles with Turnbull? Environmental and Resource Economics, 37, 777-795.

Nellthorp JA, Bristow A, Day BH (2007). Introducing willingness-to-pay for noise changes into transport appraisal: an application of benefit transfer. Transport Reviews, 27, 1-27. DOI. 

Day B, Bateman I, Lake I (2007). Beyond implicit prices: Recovering theoretically consistent and transferable values for noise avoidance from a hedonic property price model. Environmental and Resource Economics, 37(1), 211-232. DOI. 
Bateman I, Day B, Loomes G, Sugden R (2007). Can ranking techniques elicit robust values? Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 34(1), 49-66. DOI. 
Fezzi C, Rigby D, Bateman IJ, Hadley D, Posen P (2007). Estimating the range of impacts arising from nitrate leaching reduction policies using farm accounts. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-31. 
Bateman IJ, Barbier EB, Barrett S (2007). Introduction to the special issue in honour of David W. Pearce: Environmental economics and policy. Environmental and Resource Economics, 37(1), 1-6. DOI. 
Bateman I, Dent S, Peters E, Slovic P, Starmer C (2007). The affect heuristic and the attractiveness of simple gambles. Journal of Behavioural Decision Making, 20(4), 365-380. DOI. 
Covey J, Loomes G, Bateman IJ (2007). Valuing risk reductions: Testing for range biases in payment card and random card sorting methods. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 50(4), 467-482. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Deflandre-Vlandas A, Fezzi C, Hadley D, Hutchins M, Lovett A, Posen P, Rigby D (2007). WFD related agricultural nitrate and phosphate leaching reduction options: Cost estimates derived from farm level survey data & a cost-effectiveness assessment for the Derwent catchment. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-62. 
 2006
Schmidt S, Bateman I, Breinlinger-O'Reilly J, Smith P (2006). A management approach that drives actions strategically: Balanced scorecard in a mental health trust case study. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 19(2), 119-135. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R, Davies H, Day BH, Deflandre A, Di Falco S, Georgiou S, Hadley D, Hutchins M, Jones AP, et al (2006). Analysing the agricultural costs and non-market benefits of implementing the Water Framework Directive. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 57(2), 221-237. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R, Davies H, Day BH, Deflandre A, Falco SD, Georgiou S, Hadley D, Hutchins M, Jones AP, et al (2006). Catchment hydrology, resources, economics and management (ChREAM): Integrated modelling of rural land use and farm income impacts of the WFD and its potential non-market benefits. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-21. 
Bateman IJ, Cole MA, Georgiou S, Hadley DJ (2006). Comparing contingent valuation and contingent ranking: a case study considering the benefits of urban river water quality improvements. J Environ Manage, 79(3), 221-231. Author URL. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R (2006). Consistency and construction in stated WTP for health risk reductions: a novel scope-sensitivity test. Resource and Energy Economics, 28(3), 199-214. DOI. 
Bateman I, Day B, Dupont D, Georgiou S, Matias NGN, Morimoto S, Subramanian L (2006). Does phosphate treatment for prevention of eutrophication pass the benefit-cost test? Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-25. 
Brainard J, Jones A, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2006). Equal access for all? Ethnicity and public park Availability in Birmingham (UK). Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-38. 
Day B, Bateman I, Lake I (2006). Estimating the demand for peace and quiet using property market data. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-37. 
Bateman IJ, Dent S, Slovic P, Starmer C (2006). Exploring the determinants of affect: Examining rating scale assessments of gambles. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-37. 
Bateman IJ, Burgess D, Hutchinson WG, Matthews DI (2006). Preference learning versus coherent arbitrariness: NOAA guidelines or a Learning Design Contingent Valuation (LDCV). Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-25.
Bateman IJ, Jones AP, Jude S, Day BH (2006). Reducing gains/loss asymmetry: a virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) valuing land use change. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-28. 

Soto Montes De Oca G, Bateman IJ (2006). Scope sensitivity in households' willingness to pay for maintained and improved water supplies in a developing world urban area: Investigating the influence of baseline supply quality and income distribution upon stated preferences in Mexico City. Water Resources Research, 42(7). DOI. 

Brainard J, Lovett A, Bateman I (2006). Sensitivity analysis in calculating the social value of carbon sequestered in British grown Sitka spruce. Journal of Forest Economics, 12(3), 201-228. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Day BH, Georgiou S, Lake I (2006). The aggregation of environmental benefit values: Welfare measures, distance decay and total WTP. Ecological Economics, 60(2), 450-460. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Georgiou S (2006). The socioeconomic consequences and management of climate change impacts on water resources. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-22. 
Jude S, Jones AP, Andrews JE, Bateman IJ (2006). Visualisation for participatory coastal zone management: a case study of the Norfolk coast, England. Journal of Coastal Research, 22(6), 1527-1538. DOI. 
2005 
Day B (2005). Distribution-free estimation with interval-censored contingent valuation data: Troubles with turnbull? Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-33.
Bateman IJ, Brouwer R, Georgiou S, Hanley N, Machado F, Mourato S, Saunders C (2005). A 'natural experiment' approach to contingent valuation of private and public UV health risk reduction strategies in low and high risk countries. Environmental and Resource Economics, 31(1), 47-72. DOI. 
Bateman I, Munro A (2005). An experiment on risky choice amongst households. Economic Journal, 115(502). DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Munro A, Poe GL (2005). Asymmetric dominance effects in choice experiments and contingent valuation. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-18. 

Brouwer R, Bateman IJ (2005). Benefits transfer of willingness to pay estimates and functions for health-risk reductions: a cross-country study. Journal of Health Economics, 24(3), 591-611. DOI.

Bateman I, Brouwer R (2005). Consistency and construction in stated WTP for health risk reductions: a novel scope-sensitivity test. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-20. 
Bateman IJ, Cooper P, Georgiou S, Navrud S, Poe GL, Ready RC, Riera P, Ryan M, Vossler CA (2005). Economic valuation of policies for managing acidity in remote mountain lakes: Examining validity through scope sensitivity testing. Aquatic Sciences, 67(3), 274-291. DOI. 

Turner K, Bateman I (2005). Editorial: Professor David W. Pearce. Environmental and Resource Economics, 32(4), 443-444. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Cooper P, Georgiou S, Navrud S, Poe GL, Ready RC, Riera P, Ryan M, Vossler CA (2005). Erratum: Economic valuation of policies for managing acidity in remote mountain lakes: Examining validity through scope sensitivity testing (Aquatic Sciences (June 13, 2005)3(274-291)). Aquatic Sciences, 67(3). DOI.

Georgiou S, Bateman IJ (2005). Revision of the EU Bathing Water Directive: economic costs and benefits. Mar Pollut Bull, 50(4), 430-438. Author URL. DOI.

Brouwer R, Bateman IJ (2005). Temporal stability and transferability of models of willingness to pay for flood control and wetland conservation. Water Resources Research, 41(3), 1-6. DOI.
Bateman I, Kahneman D, Munro A, Starmer C, Sugden R (2005). Testing competing models of loss aversion: an adversarial collaboration. Journal of Public Economics, 89(8 SPEC. ISS.), 1561-1580. DOI. 
Bateman I, Georgiou S, Lake I (2005). The aggregation of environmental benefit values: a spatially sensitive valuation function approach. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-64. 
Brainard J, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2005). The social value of carbon sequestered in Great Britain's woodlands. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-23. 
Bateman IJ, Covey J, Loomes G (2005). Valuing risk reductions: Testing for range biases in payment card and random card sorting methods. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-20. 
 2004

Atkinson G, Day B, Mourato S, Palmer C (2004). 'Amenity' or 'eyesore'? Negative willingness to pay for options to replace electricity transmission towers. Applied Economics Letters, 11(4), 203-208. Abstract. DOI.

Ready R, Navrud S, Day BH, Duborg R, Machado F, Mourato S, Spanninks F, Rodriguez M (2004). Contingent valuation of ill health caused by pollution: Testing for context and ordering effects. Portuguese Economic Journal, 3, 145-156.

Brainard JS, Jones AP, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2004). Exposure to environmental urban noise pollution in Birmingham, UK. Urban Studies, 41(13), 2581-2600. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Mawby J (2004). First impressions count: Interviewer appearance and information effects in stated preference studies. Ecological Economics, 49(1), 47-55. DOI. 
Powe NA, Bateman IJ (2004). Investigating insensitivity to scope: a split-sample test of perceived scheme realism. Land Economics, 80(2), 258-271. DOI. 
Day B, Bateman I, Lake I (2004). Nonlinearity in hedonic price equations: an estimation strategy using model-based clustering. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-82. 
Bateman IJ, Day BH, Dupont D, Georgiou S (2004). OOH LA: Testing the one-and-one-half bound dichotomous choice elicitation method for robustness to anomalies. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-57. 
Day B, Bateman I, Lake I (2004). Omitted locational variates in hedonic analysis: a semiparametric approach using spatial statistics. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-58. 
Bateman IJ, Cole M, Cooper P, Georgiou S, Hadley D, Poe GL (2004). On visible choice sets and scope sensitivity. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 47(1), 71-93. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Cooper P, Georgiou S, Navrud S, Poe GL, Ready R, Riera P, Ryan M, Vossler CA (2004). Scope sensitivity tests for preference robustness: an empirical examination of economic expectations regarding the economic valuation of policies for reducing acidity in remote mountain lakes. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-88.  
Bateman I, Munro A (2004). Testing economic models of the household: an experiment. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-41. 
Cooper P, Poe GL, Bateman IJ (2004). The structure of motivation for contingent values: a case study of lake water quality improvement. Ecological Economics, 50(1-2), 69-82. DOI. 
 2003
Day B (2003). Submarket identification in property markets: a hedonic housing price model for Glasgow. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-50.
De Oca GSM, Bateman IJ, Tinch R, Moffatt PG (2003). Assessing the willingness to pay for maintained and improved water supplies in Mexico City. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-31. 
Bateman IJ, Jones AP (2003). Contrasting conventional with multi-level modelling approaches to meta-analysis: Expectation consistency in U.K. woodland recreation values. Land Economics, 79(2), 235-258. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Jones AP (2003). Contrasting conventional with multi-level modelling approaches to meta-analysis: Expectation consistency in UK woodland recreation values. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-37. 
Horton B, Colarullo G, Bateman IJ, Peres CA (2003). Evaluating non-user willingness to pay for a large-scale conservation programme in Amazonia: a UK/Italian contingent valuation study. Environmental Conservation, 30(2), 139-146. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Mawby J (2003). First impressions count - Almost double! a study of the interaction of interviewer appearance and information effects in stated preference studies. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-29. 
Bateman IJ, Kahneman D, Munro A, Starmer C, Sugden R (2003). Is there loss aversion in buying? an adversarial collaboration. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-39. 
Brainard JS, Jones AP, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2003). Modelling environmental equity: Exposure to environmental urban noise pollution in Birmingham, UK. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-26. 
Bateman I, Munro A (2003). Non-cooperative decision-making and measures of household surplus. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-28. 
Powe NA, Bateman IJ (2003). Ordering effects in nested 'top-down' and 'bottom-up' contingent valuation designs. Ecological Economics, 45(2), 255-270. DOI. 
Turner RK, Bateman IJ (2003). The Exxon Valdes contingent valuation study. Environmental and Resource Economics, 25(3), 255-256. DOI. 
Turner RK, Georgiou S, Brouwer R, Bateman IJ, Langford IJ (2003). Towards an integrated environmental assessment for wetland and catchment management. Geographical Journal (2), 99-116. DOI. 
Day B, Bateman I, Lake I (2003). What price peace? a comprehensive approach to the specification and estimation of hedonic housing price models. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (1), 1-49. 
2002 

Bateman IJ, Jones AP, Lovett AA, Lake IR, Day BH (2002). Applying Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to environmental and resource economics. Environmental and Resource Economics, 22(1-2), 219-269. DOI.

Brainard JS, Jones AP, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA, Fallon PJ (2002). Modelling environmental equity: Access to air quality in Birmingham, England. Environment and Planning A, 34(4), 695-716. DOI. 
2001 
Turner RK, Bateman IJ, Georgiou S, Jones A, Langford IH (2001). An ecological economics approach to the management of a multi-purpose coastal wetland. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (ECM 01-01), 1-36. 
Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Jones AP, Kerr GN (2001). Bound and path effects in double and choice contingent valuation. Resource and Energy Economics, 23(3), 191-213. DOI. 
Kontogianni A, Skourtos MS, Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Georgiou S (2001). Integrating stakeholder analysis in non-market valuation of environmental assets. Ecological Economics, 37(1), 123-138. DOI. 
Brainard J, Bateman I, Lovett A (2001). Modelling demand for recreation in English woodlands. Forestry, 74(5), 423-438. DOI. 

Brainard J, Jones AP, Bateman IJ, Lovett AA, Fallon PJ (2001). Modelling the relationship between socio-economic indicators and air pollution. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (ECM 01-04).

Brouwer R, Bateman IJ, Hanley N, Dubourg R, Georgiou S, Kontogianni A, Machado F, Mourato S, Saunders C, Skourtos MS, et al (2001). Public perception and valuation of UV health risks in low and high risk countries. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 01-05). 

Medin H, Nyborg K, Bateman I (2001). The assumption of equal marginal utility of income: How much does it matter? Ecological Economics, 36(3), 397-411. DOI.
Langford IH, Skourtos MS, Kontogianni A, Day RJ, Georgiou S, Bateman IJ (2001). Use and non-use values for conserving endangered species: the case of the Mediterranean monk seal. Environment and Planning A, 33(12), 2219-2233. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Cooper P, Georgiou S, Poe GL (2001). Visible choice sets and scope sensitivity: an experimental and field test of study design effects upon nested contingent values. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (EDM 01-01). 
2000 
Georgiou S, Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Day RJ, Georgiou S, Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Day RJ, Bateman IJ (2000). Coastal bathing water health risks: Developing means of assessing the adequacy of proposals to amend the 1976 EC directive. Risk, Decision and Policy, 5(1), 49-68. 
Scarpa R, Bateman I (2000). Efficiency gains afforded by improved bid design versus follow-up valuation questions in discrete-choice CV studies. Land Economics, 76(2), 299-311. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (2000). Estimating and valuing the carbon sequestered in softwood and hardwood trees, timber products and forest soils in Wales. Journal of Environmental Management, 60(4), 301-323. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Munro A, Starmer C, Sugden R (2000). Estimating four Hicksian welfare measures for a public good: a contingent valuation investigation. LAND ECONOMICS, 76(3), 355-373. Author URL. DOI. 
Lake IR, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ, Day BH (2000). Improving land compensation procedures via GIS and hedonic pricing. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 18(6). DOI. 

Langford IH, Georgiou S, Bateman IJ, Day RJ, Turner RK (2000). Public perceptions of health risks from polluted coastal bathing waters: a mixed methodological analysis using cultural theory. Risk Anal, 20(5), 691-704. Author URL.

Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Nishikawa N, Lake I (2000). The Axford debate revisited: a case study illustrating different approaches to the aggregation of benefits data. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 43(2), 291-302. DOI. 
Lake IR, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ, Day B (2000). Using GIS and large-scale digital data to implement hedonic pricing studies. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 14(6), 521-541. DOI.
 1999
Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Kerr GN (1999). Bound and path effects in multiple-bound dichotomous choice contingent valuation. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 99-12). 

Bateman IJ, Lovett AA, Brainard JS (1999). Developing a methodology for benefit transfers using geographical information systems: Modelling demand for woodland recreation. Regional Studies, 33(3), 191-205. DOI.

Turner K, Bateman I (1999). Environmental and Resource Economics: Editorial. Environmental and Resource Economics, 14(4). 
Brainard J, Lovett A, Bateman I (1999). Integrating geographical information systems into travel cost analysis and benefit transfer. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 13(3), 227-246. DOI. 

Turner RK, Georgiou S, Gren IM, Wulff F, Barrett S, Söderqvist T, Bateman IJ, Folke C, Langaas S, Zylicz T, et al (1999). Managing nutrient fluxes and pollution in the Baltic: an interdisciplinary simulation study. Ecological Economics, 30(2), 333-352. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Ennew C, Lovett AA, Rayner AJ (1999). Modelling and mapping agricultural output values using farm specific details and environmental databases. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 50(3), 488-511. 
Brouwer R, Bateman IJ, Saunders C, Langford IH (1999). Perception and valuation of risk reduction as a public and private good: Investigating methodological issues in contingent valuation of UV risks in New Zealand. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 99-06), 1-101. 

Brouwer R, Powe N, Turner RK, Bateman IJ, Langford IH (1999). Public attitudes to contingent valuation and public consultation. Environmental Values, 8(3), 325-347. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Nishikawa N (1999). The aggregation of non-user benefits: a case study illustrating different approaches. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 99-18), 1-18. 
 1998
Langford IH, Georgiou S, Bateman IJ, Day RJ, Turner RK (1998). A cultural theory analysis of public perceptions of health risks from polluted coastal bathing waters. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 98-20). 
Georgiou S, Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Day RJ, Turner RK (1998). Coastal bathing water health risks: assessing the adequacy of proposals to amend the EC Directive. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (PA 98-04).  
Kerry Turner R, Lorenzoni I, Beaumont N, Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Mcdonald AL (1998). Coastal management for sustainable development: Analysing environmental and socio-economic changes on the UK coast. Geographical Journal, 164(3), 269-281. 
Georgiou S, Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Turner RK (1998). Determinants of individuals' willingness to pay for perceived reductions in environmental health risks: a case study of bathing water quality. Environment and Planning A, 30(4), 577-594. DOI. 
Lake IR, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ, Langford IH (1998). Modelling environmental influences on property prices in an urban environment. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 22(2), 121-136. DOI. 
Langford IH, Kontogianni A, Skourtos MS, Georgiou S, Bateman IJ (1998). Multivariate mixed models for open-ended contingent valuation data: Willingness to pay for conservation of monk seals. Environmental and Resource Economics, 12(4), 443-456. DOI. 
Langford IH, Moulden-Horrocks S, Day RJ, McDonald AL, Bateman IJ, Saunders C (1998). Perceptions of risk of malignant melanoma skin cancer from sunlight: a comparative study of young people in the UK and New Zealand. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (PA 98-05). 
McLeod H, Langford IH, Jones AP, Stedman JR, Day RJ, Lorenzoni I, Bateman IJ (1998). Regional variations in the socio-economic distribution of air pollutants in England and Wales: implications for environmental justice. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 98-11). 
Brown K, Turner RK, Hameed H, Bateman I (1998). Reply to Lindberg and McCool: 'A critique of environmental carrying capacity as a means of managing the effects of tourism development'. Environmental Conservation, 25(4), 293-294. DOI. 

Klein RJT, Bateman IJ (1998). The recreational value of cley marshes nature reserve: an argument against managed retreat? Water and Environment Journal, 12(4), 280-285. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Lovett AA (1998). Using geographical information systems (GIS) and large area databases to predict Yield Class: a study of Sitka spruce in Wales. Forestry, 71(2), 147-168. DOI.

1997 

Brouwer R, Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Crowards TC, Turner RK (1997). A meta-analysis of wetland contingent valuation studies. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, GEC 97-20 

Bateman I, Munro A, Rhodes B, Starmer C, Sugden R (1997). A test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 112(2), 478-505.
Bateman IJ, Langford IH (1997). Budget-constraint, temporal, and question-ordering effects in contingent valuation studies. Environment and Planning A, 29(7), 1215-1228. DOI. 
Turner RK, Lorenzoni I, Beaumont N, Bateman IJ, Langford IH, McDonald AL (1997). Coastal management and environmental economics: analysing environmental and socio-economic changes on the UK coast. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, GEC 97-25 
Bateman I, Munro A, Rhodes B, Starmer C, Sugden R (1997). Does part-whole bias exist? an experimental investigation. Economic Journal, 107(441), 322-332. DOI. 
Brown K, Turner RK, Hameed H, Bateman I (1997). Environmental carrying capacity and tourism development in the Maldives and Nepal. Environmental Conservation, 24(4), 316-325. DOI
Lovett AA, Brainard JS, Bateman IJ (1997). Improving benefit transfer demand functions: a GIS approach. Journal of Environmental Management, 51(4), 373-389. DOI. 
Bateman IJ, Langford IH (1997). Non-users' willingness to pay for a National Park: an application and critique of the contingent valuation method. Regional Studies, 31(6), 571-582. DOI. 
Foster V, Bateman IJ, Harley D (1997). Real and hypothetical willingness to pay for environmental preservation: a non-experimental comparison. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 48(2), 123-138. 
Brainard JS, Lovett AA, Bateman IJ (1997). Using isochrone surfaces in travel-cost models. Journal of Transport Geography, 5(2), 117-126. 
1996 
Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Langford HD (1996). A multilevel modelling approach to triple-bounded dichotomous choice contingent valuation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 7(3), 197-211. 
Lake IR, Bateman IJ, Parfitt JP (1996). Assessing a kerbside recycling scheme: a quantitative and willingness to pay case study. Journal of Environmental Management, 46(3), 239-254. DOI. 
Georgiou S, Langford I, Bateman I, Turner RK (1996). Determinants of individual's willingness to pay for reductions in environmental health risks: a case study of bathing water quality. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, GEC 96-14 
Georgiou S, Langford I, Bateman I, Turner RK (1996). Economic and epidemiological investigation of coastal bathing water health risks. Working Paper - Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, PA 96-01 

Kerr GN, Graham AW (1996). Elicitation and truncation effects in contingent valuation studies: comment. Ecological Economics, 19(3), 261-264. DOI.

Bateman IJ, Diamand E, Langford IH, Jones A (1996). Household willingness to pay and farmers' willingness to accept compensation for establishing a recreational Woodland. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 39(1), 21-43. 
Bateman IJ, Garrod GD, Brainard JS, Lovett AA (1996). Measurement issues in the travel cost method: a geographical information systems approach. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 47(2), 191-205. 
 1995
Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Graham A (1995). A survey of non-users willingness to pay to prevent saline flooding in the Norfolk Broads. Working Paper - Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 95-11). 
Bateman I, Munro A, Rhodes B, Starmer C, Sugden R (1995). A test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences. Working Paper - Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 95-19). 
Bateman IJ, Langford IH (1995). Design effects in contingent valuation studies: mental account and temporal ordering effects. Working Paper - Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 95-02). 
Bateman IJ, Langford IH, Turner R, Willis KG, Garrod GD (1995). Elicitation and truncation effects in contingent valuation studies. Ecological Economics, 12(2), 161-179. DOI. 

Henderson N, Bateman I (1995). Empirical and public choice evidence for hyperbolic social discount rates and the implications for intergenerational discounting. Environmental & Resource Economics, 5(4), 413-423. DOI.

Brainard J, Bateman I, Lovett A (1995). How much is a forest worth? Mapping Awareness, 9(9), 22-26. 
1994

Bateman I, Willis K, Garrod G (1994). Consistency Between Contingent Valuation Estimates: a Comparison of Two Studies of UK National Parks. Regional Studies, 28(5), 457-474. DOI.

Bateman I (1994). Contingent valuation and hedonic pricing: problems and possibilities. Landscape Research, 19(1), 30-32. DOI.

Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Langford HD (1994). Multilevel modelling and contingent valuation. Part 1: a triple bounded dichotomous choice analysis. Working Paper - Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 94-04). 

Langford IH, Bateman IJ, Langford HD (1994). Multilevel modelling and contingent valuation. Part 1: a triple bounded dichotomous choice analysis. Working Paper - Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 94-04). 

1993

Bateman I, Turner RK, Bateman S (1993). Extending cost benefit analysis of UK highway proposals: environmental evaluation and equity. Project Appraisal, 8(4), 213-224. DOI.

1990

Bateman I, Mellor C (1990). The UK timber market: an econometric model. Oxford Agrarian Studies, 18(1), 53-61. DOI.

1989

Bateman I (1989). Modified discounting method: some comments—1. Project Appraisal, 4(2), 104-106. DOI.