Demand effects of consumers’ stated and revealed preferences

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Engström, Per ; Forsell, Eskil (2013)
  • Publisher: Uppsala: Uppsala University, Department of Economics
  • Subject: regression discontinuity design | C21 | revealed preferences | C26 | peer effects; observational Learning; stated preferences; revealed preferences; eWOM; Google play; Android apps; regression discontinuity design; instrumental variable analysis | Android apps | Google play | M31 | observational learning | peer effects | instrumental variable analysis | stated preferences | D83 | eWOM
    • jel: jel:C21 | jel:C26 | jel:D83 | jel:M31
      ddc: ddc:330

Knowledge of how consumers react to different quality signals is fundamental for understanding how markets work. We study the online market- place for Android apps where we compare the causal effects on demand from two quality related signals; other consumers' stated an... View more
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