Special Issue "Discrete Choice Modeling"
A special issue of Econometrics (ISSN 2225-1146).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2016).
Interests: Applied Econometrics, Health Economics, Transport, Production/Efficiency/Productivity, Choice Modeling, Entertainment and Media, Numerical Analysis and Computation
The focus of the Special Issue will be on theory and applications for models of discrete outcome variables, such as choice among unordered alternatives (e.g., brand choice), ordered alternatives (such as survey data), binary choice, and combinations of any or all of these. We are interested in both theoretical development of estimation and analysis platforms, hypothesis testing, inference methods, etc., and applications of the techniques of discrete choice modeling in observed settings, such as health and retirement, labor markets, travel choice, environmental economics, and market equilibrium.
The aim of the Special Issue is to contribute to the very large and still emerging literature on models and methods for analyzing individual choices. The availability of many rich public data sets, such as NLS, GSOEP, HILDA and BHPS has provided researchers with excellent opportunities for the pursuits suggested for this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. William Greene
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- Discrete Choice
- Choice Experiment
- Panel Data
- Ordered Choice
- Binary Choice
- Dynamic Models
- Multinomial Choice