Joint use of attribute importance rankings and non-attendance data in choice experiments

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Chalak, A.; Abiad, A.; Balcombe, Kelvin;

The joint and alternative uses of attribute non-attendance and importance ranking data within discrete choice experiments are investigated using data from Lebanon examining consumers’ preferences for safety certification in food. We find that both types of information; ... View more
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