New Insight Of Chinese Livestock Consumer
AbstractThis paper overviews the development of Chinese livestock market. Based on a consumer preferences survey, a series of ordered probit models is developed to estimate Chinese consumers' preferences on the attributes of frozen and chilled livestock products. Keywords: Chinese livestock market, consumers' preferences, ordered probit model, attributes
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Chinese livestock market; consumers' preferences; ordered probit model; attributes; Consumer/Household Economics;
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