Blamey, Russell; Bennett, Jeff W; Louviere, Jordan; Morrison, Mark; Rolfe, John
A question that arises in the application of environmental choice modelling (CM) studies is whether to present the choice sets in a generic or labelled form. The former involves labelling the policy options to be presented to respondents in a generic way, for example, as 'option A', 'option B', etc. The labelled approach assigns alternative-specific descriptors to each option. These may relate to the names of proposed policies, different locations or any other policy-relevant details. Both...[Show more]
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