Choice experiments

Linking urban air pollution with residents’ willingness to pay for greenspace: A choice experiment study in Beijing

In this paper, we investigate the nexus between urban air pollution and residents’ preferences for greenspace. We first provide a theoretical discussion on three potential mechanisms that link these two environmental issues. To start with, where …

Including value orientations in choice models to estimate benefits of wildlife management policies

Value orientations towards wildlife affect the way people perceive nature and their connection with animals. In particular, the social psychological literature within the environmental field suggests that there are two main orientations of people …

The link between response time and preference, variance and processing heterogeneity in stated choice experiments

In this article we utilize the time respondents require to answer a self-administered online stated preference survey. While the effects of response time have been previously explored, this article proposes a different approach that explicitly …

Estimating the Irish public's willingness to pay for more sustainable salmon produced by integrated multi-trophic aquaculture

Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) has been put forward as a potential sustainable alternative to single fin fish species aquaculture. In IMTA, several species are combined in the production process. Integrating species has a conceivable …

Behavioral implications of providing real incentives in stated choice experiments

This paper explores the potential impacts of introducing real economic incentives in choice experiments (CE). While many others have investigated such impacts before, the majority of the literature has focused solely on mitigation of hypothetical …