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Handbook of Choice Modelling

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  • Stephane Hess
  • Andrew Daly

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Choice modelling is an increasingly important technique for forecasting and valuation, with applications in fields such as transportation, health and environmental economics. For this reason it has attracted attention from leading academics and practitioners and methods have advanced substantially in recent years. This Handbook, composed of contributions from senior figures in the field, summarises the essential analytical techniques and discusses the key current research issues. It will be of interest to academics, students and practitioners in a wide range of areas.

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  • Stephane Hess & Andrew Daly (ed.), 2014. "Handbook of Choice Modelling," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14820.
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    Economics and Finance; Environment; Urban and Regional Studies;

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