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General Papers

Selecting a study sample for discrete choice experiments: the effect of psychological distance
Jorien Veldwijk, Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Ulrik Kihlbom, Sophie Langenskiold, Evelien Dekker, Frank Kallenberg, Ardine de Wit, Mattijs Lambooij
The use of specialty training to retain doctors in Malawi: a cost effectiveness analysis using stated preferences
Kate Mandeville, Godwin Ulaya, Adamson Muula, Titha Dzowela, Mylene Lagarde, Kara Hanson
Application of Stated Preference Choice Models in the City of Johannesburg Demand Model
Theuns Lamprecht, Evan Roux
Airline Itinerary Choice Modelling Using Machine Learning
Rodrigo Acuna-Agost, Thierry Delahaye, Alix Lheritier, Michael Bocamazo
Incorporating External Information into Discrete Choice Models with Incomplete Choice Data
DAVID BROWNSTONE, Phillip Li
Examining Attribute Non-Attendance in Discrete Choice Experiments using a gaze-contingent eye tracking application
Kennet Christian Uggeldahl, Chris N.H. Street, Thomas Lundhede, Søren Bøye Olsen
Commuting bicylists’ route choice
Thomas Hedemark Lundhede, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Hans Skov-Petersen
Panel data for modelling dynamics in duration of outdoor leisure activities
Lissy La Paix, Md Saidul Azam Chowdhury, Karst T. Geurs
Modeling Swiss mobility tool ownership: A hybrid multivariate probit approach with sample selection
Henrik Becker, Allister Loder, Basil Christian Schmid, Kay W Axhausen
Do social norms matter? Evidence from stated preference studies varying communicated social norm levels.
Katarzyna Zagórska, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Jacob LaRiviere, Natalia Letki, Nick Hanley
Assessing the Performance of Berkson-Theil Method on Multiple Choice Sets and Aggregated Choice Data
Weibo Li, Maria Kamargianni, Philip Krammer, Lynnette Dray, Andreas Schafer
Estimating a preference-based single index measure for the impact of self-management on quality of life in diabetes for the UK general population
Alexander Michael Labeit
Challenges in online updating of individual choice models for recommender systems or autonomous decision agents
Nicolo' Daina, Esra Suel, Charilaos Latinopoulos, John Polak
Rewarding truthful-telling in stated preference studies
Pierre Mahieu, Romain Crastes, Jordan Louviere, Ewa Zawojska
A New Mixed MNP Model Accommodating a Variety of Dependent Non-Normal Coefficient Distributions
Chandra R. Bhat, Patricia S. Lavieri
Stated-preferences methods applications in health in Africa: The how, the what, and the where
Lauren Brown, Joyce Lee, John Bridges