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Stated Choice Methods: Analysis and Applications
1. Choosing as a way of life Appendix A1. Choosing a residential telecommunications bundle 2. Introduction to stated preference models and methods 3. Choosing a choice model Appendix A3. MaximumExpand
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Applied Choice Analysis: A Primer
Preface 1. In the beginning 2. Basic notations of statistics 3. Choosing 4. Paradigms of choice data 5. Processes in setting up stated choice experiments 6. Choices in data collection 7. Nlogit for applied choice analysis: a primer 8. Handling choice data 9. Case study: model choice data. Expand
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The Mixed Logit model: The state of practice
The mixed logit model is considered to be the most promising state of the art discrete choice model currently available. Expand
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A latent class model for discrete choice analysis: contrasts with mixed logit
This paper proposes a semi-parametric extension of the MNL, based on the latent class formulation, which resembles the mixed logit model but which relaxes its requirement that the analyst makes specific assumptions about the distributions of parameters across individuals. Expand
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Stated Choice Methods
A graduate and practitioner guide to the study and prediction of consumer choice behaviour, concentrating on stated preference methods. Expand
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Applied discrete-choice modelling
This book contains the following appendices: on the functional form of the utility expression and its relationship to discrete choice, by louviere, jj; sampling, specification and data errors in probabilistic discrete choice models, by horowitz, j. Expand
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Applied Choice Analysis: Index
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Modelling attribute non-attendance in choice experiments for rural landscape valuation
Non-market effects of agriculture are often estimated using discrete choice models from stated preference surveys. In this context we propose two ways of modelling attribute non-attendance. The firstExpand
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Modeling Ordered Choices: A Primer
It is increasingly common for analysts to seek out the opinions of individuals and organizations using attitudinal scales such as degree of satisfaction or importance attached to an issue. ExamplesExpand
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