Recent Progress on Endogeneity in Choice Modeling
MetadataShow full item record
We describe recent progress in several areas related to endogeneity, including: choice set formation and attention to attributes; interactions among decision-makers; respondents� strategic behavior in answering stated preference choices; models of multiple discrete/continuous choice; distributions of willingness-to-pay; and methods for handling traditionally endogenous explanatory variables.
At the time of publication J. Louviere was at the University of Technology, Sydney; K. Train was at UC Berkeley; M. Ben-Akiva was at MIT; C.R. Bhat was at the University of Texas at Austin; D. Brownstone was at UC Irvine; T.A. Cameron was at the University of Oregon; R.T. Carson was at UC San Diego; J.R. DeShazo was at UCLA; D. Fiebig was at the University of New South Wales; W. Greene was at NYU; D. Hensher was at the University of Sydney; and D. Waldman was at the University of Colorado, Boulder.