Household survey and discrete choice experiment for investigating the opportunity cost of conservation restrictions in eastern Madagascar

  • Mahesh Poudyal (Creator)
  • Onjamirindra Rakotonarivo (Creator)
  • Alexandra Rasoamanana (Creator)
  • Rina Mandimbiniaina (Creator)
  • Nilsen Spencer (Creator)
  • Neal Hockley (Creator)
  • Julia Patricia Gordon Jones (Creator)


This data collection consists of primary dataset with accompanying documents for 'General Households Survey and Choice Experiment' segment of the data for work package 6 (WP6) of the ESPA (ecosystem services for poverty alleviation)-funded P4ges project (see Related resources). WP6 is concerned with the socio-economic aspects of the research undertaken within P4ges project. The survey was designed to provide background information on household composition, livelihoods and assets for use in analysis looking at the opportunity cost of conservation using discrete choice experiment and for selecting a sub-sample for more detailed follow-up surveys looking at agricultural practices, productivity and use of wild harvested products. The data was collected between June 2014 and June 2015 and comprises of 603 households.
Date made available9 Sept 2016
PublisherPrifysgol Bangor University
Date of data production1 Sept 2013 - 30 Jun 2015
Geographical coverageSelected villages around Corridor Ankeniheny-Zahamena, Madagascar