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The effects of presentation formats in choice experiments

Genius Murwirapachena and Johane Dikgang
Publication date
November 2019

In most choice experiment studies in environmental economics, the attributes of non-traded environmental goods are communicated to respondents in the form of a table consisting of verbal descriptions. The table normally consists of attributes, their detailed descriptions, and levels. Thereafter, respondents are presented with a series of choice sets, which are often in the form of written text. 

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Policy Brief 204