Attribute causality in environmental choice modelling
When selecting attributes in environmental Choice Modelling studies, preference should be given to those attributes that are demand-relevant, policy-relevant, and measurable. The use of these criteria will often result in a short list of environmental attributes of which some are causally related. The inclusion of attributes that have a "cause-effect" relationship may stimulate some respondents to seek to understand the causal relations among attributes in order to assign greater meaning to the...[Show more]
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