Discrete Choice Models
Advances in Discrete Choice Models and Experimental Design for Stated Choice Data in Energy and Environmental Resources, Padova, Italy, 29 Aug - 9 Sep 2011
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Advances in Discrete Choice Models and Experimental Design for Stated Choice Data in Energy and Environmental Resources
29th August – 9th September, University of Padua, Italy
The teaching committee is comprised of Jordan Louviere, Riccardo Scarpa, Terry Flynn and Christine Eckert.
The 2 week workshop covers introductory topics related to choice models, preference heterogeneity and design of Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) (Introductory Week) and recent extensions of advanced discrete choice models, Best-Worst Scaling (BWS) and individual-level modelling (Advanced Topics). Hands-on examples allow participants to understand not just conceptual ideas, but also the mechanics of implementing the ideas in practical settings of policy making in energy and environmental resources.
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