A comparison of responses to single and repeated discrete choice questions
According to neoclassical economic theory, a stated preference elicitation format comprising a single binary choice between the status quo and one alternative is incentive compatible under certain conditions. Formats typically used in choice experiments comprising a sequence of discrete choice questions do not hold this property. In this paper, the effect on stated preferences of expanding the number of binary choice tasks per respondent from one to four is tested using a split sample...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU College of Asia & the Pacific|
|Source:||Resource and Energy Economics|
|Access Rights:||Open Access|
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