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A theory of iterative choice in lists
In a list, alternatives appear according to an order and the decision maker follows this order to evaluate alternatives. He records the first alternative as the initial survivor and then at every stage, he compares the ...
Hierarchical modeling of choice concentration of US households
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Data Description Measures of Choice Concentration Methodology Results Interpreting θ Decomposing the Effects of Time, Number of Decisions and Concentration Preference Conclusion.
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