The Survey Research Program provides CERPA critical capacity to conduct research and analyses on current social and economic issues. Survey research has contributed to a number of CERPA projects, such as estimating the benefits of arts and culture in local economies, assessing the preferences for off-shore wind turbines in North Carolina, and investigating the impacts of scenic highway designations. CERPA maintains a computer assisted telephone survey laboratory, while also having the ability to conduct mail- and web-based surveys.
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Current Funded Projects
- Understanding the Motivations of Individual Participation in the Voluntary Carbon Markets, 2009.
- Preferences for Off-Shore Wind Turbines: An Application of Visualization Wall Technology, 2008-2009.