Theoretical And Empirical Considerations Of Eliciting Preferences And Model Estimation In Conjoint Analysis
AbstractThe theoretical underpinnings associated with eliciting consumer preferences and statistical properties of alternative models in conjoint analysis are examined. Results show that model selection makes little difference in the context of sign and significance of coefficients. However, results show that tobit is a better predictor of ordinal ranking relative to the probit model.
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