Structural Applications of the Discrete Choice Model 1

@inproceedings{Dub2001StructuralAO,
  title={Structural Applications of the Discrete Choice Model 1},
  author={Jean-Pierre Dub{\'e} and Pradeep Chintagunta},
  year={2001}
}
A growing body of empirical literature uses structurally-derived economic models to study the nature of competition and to measure explicitly the economic impact of strategic policies. While several approaches have been proposed, the discrete choice demand system has experienced wide usage. The heterogeneous, or ‘‘mixed’’, logit in particular has been widely applied due to its parsimonious structure and its ability to capture flexibly substitution patterns for a large number of differentiated… CONTINUE READING

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