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Workshop report: good data is key to the development of good models: so how is innovation in data collection keeping apace?

In: Choice Modelling

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  • Rob Sheldon
  • Martin Dix
  • Terry Flynn
  • Paul Metcalfe

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Choice modelling has been one of the most active fields in economics over recent years. This valuable new book contains leading contributions from academics and practitioners from across the different areas of study where choice modelling is a key analytical technique, drawn from a recent international conference.

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  • Rob Sheldon & Martin Dix & Terry Flynn & Paul Metcalfe, 2013. "Workshop report: good data is key to the development of good models: so how is innovation in data collection keeping apace?," Chapters, in: Stephane Hess & Andrew Daly (ed.), Choice Modelling, chapter 6, pages 125-143, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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