Modelling hierarchical destination choice

@inproceedings{Fotherlngham1985ModellingHD,
  title={Modelling hierarchical destination choice},
  author={A S Fotherlngham},
  year={1985}
}
  • A S Fotherlngham
  • Published 1985
The production-constrained gravity formulation is shown to be an especially inaccurate specification of reality whenever the selection of destinations by individuals results from a hierarchical choice process. Hierarchical decisionmaking violates the Independence from Irrelevant Alternatives property embedded in the theoretical derivation of the production-constrained gravity model from choice axioms. Various aspects of gravity model misspecification resulting from hierarchical destination… CONTINUE READING
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