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Comparing willingness-to-pay: bidding game format versus open-ended and payment scale formats

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  • Frew, Emma J.
  • Wolstenholme, Jane L.
  • Whynes, David K.

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  • Frew, Emma J. & Wolstenholme, Jane L. & Whynes, David K., 2004. "Comparing willingness-to-pay: bidding game format versus open-ended and payment scale formats," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 68(3), pages 289-298, June.
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