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La Trobe Business School Choice Modelling Workshop - 2016

On 15 July 2016, Peter Sivey and I ran the La Trobe Business School Choice Modelling workshop. You can find details here.
The program is below. Some of the presenters have kindly made either their slides or their paper available - there is a link to each available file under the title. Where presenters have not, it is because the work was preliminary. In these cases, you are advised to contact the presenters directly.

Presenters

10:00am – Professor Anthony Scott (Melbourne Institute, University of Melbourne)

                “Pro-social Motivation and Public Sector Work: Evidence from Physicians”

10:45am -- coffee break

11:00am – Dr Anke Leroux (Department of Economics, Monash University)

                “Eliciting Risk Preferences for Intrinsic Attributes”

                Slides here

11:45am – Professor Harmen Oppewal (Department of Marketing, Monash University)

                “Modelling Consumer Destination Choice when Options are Geographically Presented:                 Findings from an Experimental Trip-scheduling Task.”

12:30pm – Lunch 45 minutes

1:15pm – Dr Akshay Vij (The Institute for Choice, University of South Australia)

              “Latent class choice models and repeated cross-sectional data: Understanding                            and predicting preference shifts over time”

                Paper here                

2:00pm – Professor Iain Fraser (Department of Economics, University of Kent at Canterbury                        and La Trobe Business School)

              “Examining the Relationship Between Visual Attention and Stated Preferences:                            A Discrete Choice Experiment Using Eye-Tracking”

                slides here                

2:45pm - coffee break

3:15pm – Dr Elisabeth Huynh (The Institute for Choice, University of South Australia)

              “The Preference Structure of Dentists' Job Search and Choice in Australia”

                Slides here                

4:00pm – Professor John Rose (The Institute for Choice, University of South Australia)

                “Incorporating a budget constraint into discrete choice experiments”
                Slides here 

 
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