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Trivariate probit models of pre-purchase/purchase shopping channel choice: clothing purchases in Northern California

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  • Patricia L. Mokhtarian
  • Wei (Laura) Tang

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  • Patricia L. Mokhtarian & Wei (Laura) Tang, 2013. "Trivariate probit models of pre-purchase/purchase shopping channel choice: clothing purchases in Northern California," Chapters, in: Stephane Hess & Andrew Daly (ed.), Choice Modelling, chapter 12, pages 243-273, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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