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Finding your way out: Utility maximization and regret minimization in the presence of opt out alternatives
Stephane Hess, Matthew Beck, Caspar Chorus
Analysis of Drivers’ Route Choice Behavior Considering Probabilistic Choice Set
Gang Xu, Tomio Miwa, Takayuki Morikawa
The influences of individuals in joint decisions: recreation in the Alps in Italy
Mara Thiene, Cam Rungie, Riccardo Scarpa
Effects of en-route choices on utility-based route choice modeling: an empirical analysis
Dawei Li, Tomio Miwa, Takayuki Morikawa
The 2N-ary choice tree model for preferential choice with N-alternative multi-attribute choice options
Adele Diederich, Lena Wollschlaeger
A strategic perspective on work mode choice behaviour: The concept of commuting plans
Joffre Swait, Michiel Bliemer
Probabilistic Choice (Models) as a Result of Balancing Multiple Goals
Joffre Swait, Anthony Marley
Structural Choice Modelling of Discrete Choice Experiments
Len Coote, Cam Rungie, Jordan Louviere
Evaluating Decision Makers' Preferences via Lexicographic Semiorders
Clintin Davis-Stober, Nicholas Brown, Daniel Cavagnaro
A Single Latent Dimension Explains Accepting and Rejecting
Guy Hawkins, Scott D. Brown, Andrew Heathcote
Linking Discrete Choice to Continuous Demand in a Computable General Equilibrium Model – With Applications to Economic Policy Evaluation
Truong Phuoc Truong, David Alan Hensher
Stated attribute cut-offs in choice experiments: do they affect the variance of choices?
Riccarda Moser, Roberta Raffaelli
Latent Class Choice Models with Feedback through Consumer Surplus
Vij Akshay, Joan Walker
Overcoming Challenges and Improvements in Best-Worst Elicitation: Determining What Matters to Japanese Wheat Millers
Paul F. Burke, Jordan J. Louviere, Edward Wei, T. Gordon MacAulay, Ken Quail, Richard T. Carson
Sequential attribute presentation effects in stated choice experiments: A study in the context of holiday destination choice
Twan Huybers, Harmen Oppewal, Geoffrey I. Crouch
Hybrid Choice Models for Decision Uncertainty: Implicitly or explicitly uncertain?
Thijs Dekker, Stephane Hess, Roy Brouwer, Marjan Hofkes
A latent variable approach to dealing with missing or inaccurately measured variables: the case of income
Stephane Hess, Nobuhiro Sanko, Jeff Dumont, Andrew Daly
Stated innovation diffusion model from stated preference data: The Case of Photo-Voltaic (PV) Solar Cells for Household Electricity Generation
Towhidul Islam
Attitudes towards and preferences for end-of-life care: results from discrete choice experiments in Australia
Elisabeth Huynh, Terry Nicholas Flynn, Jordan J Louviere, Charlie Corke
Impact of Distributional Assumptions on the Prediction Properties of Kuhn-Tucker based Multiple Discrete-Continuous Choice Models
Abdul Pinjari, Sujan Sikder
Correcting for Covert Selection Processes in Consumer Evaluations
Yuanping Ying, Linda Court Salisbury, Fred M. Feinberg
A New Baseline Model for Estimating Willingness to Pay from Discrete Choice Models
Mikolaj Czajkowski, Richard T. Carson
Random Regret Minimization: Overview of empirical performance and policy implicatons
Caspar Chorus, Sander van Cranenburgh
Cognitive burden in discrete choice experiments: the case of preferences for end-of-life care in Singapore
Marcel Bilger, Chetna Malhotra, Eric Finkelstein, Assad Farooqui, Terry Nicholas Flynn
Valuing Protection of the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex to the Malaysian Public
Richard T. Carson, J. R. DeShazo, Kurt Schwabe, Jeffrey R Vincent
Learning how to choose – effects of instruction choice sets on stated choices
Juergen Meyerhoff, Klaus Glenk
Consumer heterogeneity in the willingness to pay for local organic food
Johanna Hasselbach, Jutta Roosen
Bounding WTP distributions to reflect the 'actual' consideration set
Danny Campbell, David A Hensher, Riccardo Scarpa
An investigation of individual preferences: stability over time and consistency across incentives
Emmanouil Mentzakis, Jingjing Zhang
A hybrid mode choice model to account for the dynamic effect of inertia over time
Elisabetta Cherchi, Maria Borjesson, Michel Bierlaire
Time, product features and the role of information framing in choices of more efficient appliances
Jorge Arana, Jordan Louvier, Darla Hatton MacDonald, John Rose
Combining multiple DCEs from the same respondents and different product categories: A structural choice modeling approach.
Jasha Henry Bowe
Check it out! A Monte Carlo analysis of the performance of selection criteria and tests for Choice Experiments models
Elisabetta Strazzera, Davide Contu, Silvia Ferrini
Is Attribute Non-attendance Affected by the Dimensionality of Stated Choice Experiments?
Priska Johanna Weller, Malte Oehlmann, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Estimating Mixed Logit Models with Large Choice Sets
Roger H. von Haefen
Choice Models in Communication Studies: the Framing of Communication on Carbon Capture and Storage.
Kevin P.F. Broecks, Sander van Egmond, Frank J. van Rijnsoever, Marko P. Hekkert, Marlies Verlinde-van den Berg
The incorporation of subjective risks into choice experiments to test the scenario adjustment
Simone Cerroni, W. Douglass Shaw, Sandra Notaro, Roberta Raffaelli
Choice Models in Communication Studies: the Communication of Arguments on Carbon Capture and Storage.
Kevin P.F. Broecks, Sander van Egmond, Frank J. van Rijnsoever, Marko P. Hekkert, Marlies Verlinde-van den Berg
A joint mode/time-of-day choice model using combined revealed preference and stated choice data
Pedro Lizana, Juan de Dios Ortuzar, Julian Arellana, Luis Ignacio Rizzi
Testing Consumer Decision Strategies in Comparative and Non-Comparative Choice Tasks: A Structural Choice Modelling Formulation of the Evaluability Thesis
Ann Wallin, Len Coote
Analysing the Merit of Latent Variables over Traditional Objective Attributes for Traveller Mode Choice Using RPL Model
A.H.M. Mehbub Anwar, Kiet Tieu, Peter Gibson, Khin Than Win, Matthew Berryman
An Application of Structural Choice Modelling to the Study of Choice Set Size
Thomas Magor, Len Coote
An investigation into the effect of competitive context on brand price elasticities
Steven Dunn, Svetlana Bogomolova, John Dawes
Comparing forced and unforced choices in a choice experiment: the role of reference dependent preferences
Anthony Scott, Julia Witt
Introducing Factorial Structures to Discrete Choice Experiments
George Chryssochoidis
Methodological and Empirical Challenges in Modelling Households’ Residential Location Choices at the Level of Dwelling Units
Alireza Zolfaghari, Dr Aruna Sivakumar, Prof John Polak
What Is the Tolerable Walking Distance to School? Application of a Discrete Hazard-based Model and a Random Utility Method
Alireza Ermagun, Amir Samimi, Taha Hossein Rashidi
Introducing relations between activities and goods consumption in microeconomic time use models
Sergio R. Jara-Diaz
How do travellers value their travel time? A study-case for the Madrid-Barcelona corridor
Raquel Espino, Concepción Román, Juan Carlos Martín, Elisabetta Cherchi, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, Luis Ignacio Rizzi, Rosa Marina González, Francisco Javier Amador
Evidence-based environmental attributes in choice experiments
Marit Ellen Kragt
REVIEW OF THE APPLICATION OF LATENT VARIABLES TO THE ATTRIBUTES IN DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS
Cam M Rungie
Dynamic Menu Choice – A new tool for an old problem
Paul Markowitz, Jason Lee
Is “choosing the best” the opposite of “choosing the worst”? – utility and emotion in best‐ and worst‐choices.
Jordan Louviere, Carsten Rasch, Thorsten Teichert
The use of status quo and opt out options in choice experiments. Implications of researchers dubious use of the ‘neither’ option
Line Bjørnskov Pedersen, Dorte Gyrd-Hansen
What drives active transportation choices among the aging population? Comparing a Bayesian belief network and mixed logit modeling approach
Astrid Kemperman, Harry Timmermans
A study on bias in logit model estimates caused by self-reported choice sets
Sander Van Cranenburgh, Caspar G. Chorus
Discrete continuous choice model to determine participation in contractual biodiversity conservation by pastoralists in northern Australia
Julie Ballweg
Using Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS) to Find Interactions of Socio-Demographics That Model Individual Differences in Australian Farmers Purchase Behavior
Ingo Bentrott
Does familiarity with a choice task increase the use of heuristics? Evidence from a Choice Experiment
Mylene Lagarde
Developing a new end-of-life instrument for use in economic evaluation
Joanna Coast, Philip Kinghorn, Elisabeth Huynh, Terry Nicholas Flynn
CORRECTING FOR ENDOGENEITY WITHOUT INSTRUMENTS IN DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS: THE MULTIPLE INDICATOR SOLUTION
Cristian Angelo Guevara, Daniel Polanco
Does Social Networking Substitute for or Stimulate Teenagers’ Travel? Findings from a Latent Class Model
Maria Kamargianni, Amalia Polydoropoulou
A Bayesian Approach to Latent Heterogeneity of Preferences in Travel Mode Choice Models
Olvar Bergland, Stefan Flügel
Route-Choice Modeling using GPS-based Travel Surveys
Sivaramakrishnan Srinivasan, Nagendra Dhakar
Modeling wine consumers preferences: How different can consumers be?
David Esteban Palma, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, Luis Ignacio Rizzi, Eduardo Agosin, Gerard Casaubon
A Utility Theory for Logit Models with Repeated Choices
Eric English
Estimating Conditional Certainty Equivalents using Choice-Experiment Data
Juan Marcos Gonzalez, A Brett Hauber, F Reed Johnson
Labelling effects for alcoholic drinks in Australia: Evidence from three experimental designs
Doina Olaru, Wade Jarvis
THE USE OF RISK-BASED DISCRETE CHOICE EXPERIMENTS TO ELICIT PREFERENCES FOR DIFFERENT HEALTH STATES
Angela Robinson, Anne Spencer, Peter Moffatt
WTP for the integration between the HSR and air transport at Madrid Barajas airport
Juan Carlos Martin, Concepción Román
Community preferences for the allocation of donor organs for transplantation
Kirsten Howard, Stephen Jan, John Rose, Michelle Irving, Germaine Wong, Allison Tong, Steven Chadban, Richard Allen, Jonathan C Craig, Alan Cass
A COMPARISON OF DISCRETE CHOICE AND BEST WORST SCALING METHODS TO ASSESS AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC PREFERENCES FOR THE FUNDING OF NEW HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES
Jennifer A Whitty, Julie Ratcliffe, Gang Chen, Paul A Scuffham
Attribute-level non-attendance in a choice experiment investigating preferences for health service innovations
Seda Erdem, Danny Campbell, Arne Risa Hole
Choice consistency and its determinants
dan rigby
Inferred vs stated attribute non-attendance in choice experiments: A study of doctors' prescription behaviour
Arne Risa Hole, Julie Riise Kolstad, Dorte Gyrd-Hansen
Acceptance of life-threatening hazards among young tourists: a stated choice experiment
igor sarman, stefano scagnolari, rico maggi
The role of altruism in non-market valuation.
Anna Bartczak
Cardinal utility for applied research using situation-specific choice experiments
Daniel Gregg
Estimating QALY values from discrete choice experiments using mixed logit models
Yuanyuan Gu, Richard Norman, Rosalie Viney
The sequencing effects of including choice experiments and contingent valuation in the same survey
Jill Windle, John Rolfe
Using a latent variable choice model to capture heterogeneous attitudes and preferences toward the landscape externalities of wind power generation
Petr Mariel, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Stephane Hess
Providing real economic incentives in Choice Experiments – extending the aim from hypothetical bias mitigation to behavioral benefits in a broader sense
Morten Raun Mørkbak, Søren Bøye Olsen, Sigrid Denver, Danny Campbell
Predictive validity across product categories with similar attributes.
Abou Bakar, Richard Lee, Cam M Rungie
Hypothetical Bias or Model Misspecification?: Evidence from the field
Jorge Araña, Simon Fifer, John Rose, Carmelo León
Forecast combination for discrete choice models: predicting FOMC monetary policy decisions
Andrey Vasnev, Laurent Pauwels
Efficient Availability Stated Choice Designs
John Rose, Jordan Louviere, Michiel Bliemer
The regret of not modelling regret in choice experiments: a Monte Carlo investigation
Marco Boeri, Alberto Longo, Riccardo Scarpa
The perceived unreliability of rank-ordered data: an econometric origin and empirications
Hong il Yoo
Valuation of small and multiple health risks: A critical analysis of SP data applied to food and water safety
Henrik Andersson, Arne Risa Hole, Mikael Svensson
Citizen Preferences for Multifunctional Agriculture in the Watershed Areas of Northern Thailand: A Latent Class Choice Model
Chapika Sangkapitux
What If You Had To Eat It? Addressing Incentive Compatibility in a Food Choice Experiment
Darla Hatton MacDonald, John Rose, Haidee J Lease, David N Cox
Modelling “on-the-fly” spatial decisions: The case of refuelling
Ari Pramono, Harmen Oppewal
Making productive use of the wasted: a behavioural model of activity choice for business travel time and implications of ICT use for in-travel productivity.
Jacek Pawlak
Equilibrium in Transportation Networks: Is it Pure, Mixed, Stochastic or Quantal Response?
Vinayak V Dixit, Laurent Denant-Boemont
Modelling the Effects of Driving Range Uncertainty on Electric Vehicle Users’ Charging Behaviour
Nicolo' Daina, Aruna Sivakumar, John Polak
The influence of design dimensions on stated choices – an example from environmental valuation using a design-of-designs approach
Malte Oehlmann, Priska Weller, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Using an ANA data-based dynamic design to improve choice experiment design efficiency : a simulation analysis
Alex Kravchenko
Inter-shopping duration of maintenance shopping activities of seniors and non-seniors
Behzad Karimi, Taha Hossein Rashidi, Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian
Squeezing More Toothpaste Out of Each Tube: A Test of the Validity of Combining Discrete-Choice and Best-Worst Scaling Data
Reed Johnson
A normalization approach to discrete choice models in willingness-to-pay space
Ricardo Alvarez Daziano
Validating travel behavior estimated from smartcard data
Marcela A. Munizaga, Claudio Navarrete, Diego Silva
Modelling mode choice in freight transport: Efficient vs. orthogonal choice experiments
Concepción Román, Ana Isabel Arencibia, Maria Feo, Leandro Garcia
What drives Consumer to Competing Multiproduct Grocery Stores? An Empirical Investigation
SONIKA SINGH, ASHUTOSH PRASAD, BRIAN T RATCHFORD
Modeling car ownership and usage: a dynamic discrete-continuous choice modeling approach
Aurélie Glerum, Emma Frejinger, Anders Karlström, Muriel Beser Hugosson, Michel Bierlaire
The Random Subspace Proportional Hazard Model (RSPHM) For Inter-shopping Duration
Behzad Karimi, Zahra Pourabdollahi, Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian
The Public’s Preference for Green Power in Australia
Chunbo Ma, Michael Burton
Design Choices for Studies of Decision Making
Spring Sampson
Effects of consumer trust in the label on choice: an empirical study of organic logos in Italy
Raffaele Zanoli
Environmental Value Orientations in Discrete Choice Experiments: A Latent Variables Approach
David Hoyos, Petr Mariel, Stephane Hess
A generalized relative utility based choice model with multiple context dependencies
Junyi Zhang
Modelling Electric Vehicle Adoption in the UK: Does the experience of using an electric vehicle change stated preference?
Aruna Sivakumar, Nicolo Daina, John Polak, Stephen Skippon, Jenny Stannard
Investigating Differences between Internet and Mail Implementation of a Stated-Preference Study While Controlling for Differences in Sample Frames and Self-Selection Effects
Mark Morrison, Darla Hatton MacDonald, Kevin Boyle, John Rose, Roderick Duncan
Hybrid Choice Modelling of Alternative Fuel Vehicles Including Second Order Structural Equations
Jose Soto, Victor Cantillo, Julian Arellana
The comparative efficacy of combining latent class and nested logit (LCNL) to simultaneously account for inter-alternative correlation and taste heterogeneity so as to improve toll route choice forecasts.
Collins Teye-Ali, Peter Davidson, Rob Culley
Choice-Modeling of Environmental Trade-offs in Subsistence Economies: Lessons from the Brazilian Coast and Rainforests
James Randall Kahn, Alexandre A.F. Rivas, Carlos Eduardo Rezende
A New Spatial Multiple Discrete-Continuous Modeling Approach to Land Use Change Analysis
Chandra R Bhat, Subodh Dubey, Rajesh Paleti
The Formulation and Estimation of a Spatial Lag Ordered-Response Model with Non-Normal Kernel Distribution and Non-Normal Individual Mixing Distribution
Chandra R Bhat, Sebastian Astroza, Rajesh Paleti
Robot Choices
Mary-Anne Williams
Understanding the role of patient perceptions of treatment outcomes in the face of limited clinical evidence
Mirja Elisabeth Klojgaard, Stephane Hess
Antecedent Volition & Process Representation in Models of Choice Behaviour
Joffre Swait
The best of both worlds: integrating psychological and econometric theories of choice
Scott Brown
Choice modeling in transportation and economics: prospects and problems
David Brownstone
Choice modelling and environmental valuation: Where have we been, what’s up ahead?
Vic Adamowicz
Estimating Demand for High Fuel Economy Vehicles
David S Bunch, David Brownstone
Impact of household time constraints on person travel demand: the notion of family priority time in activity based models
Goran Vuk, John L Bowman, Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly