New Analysis Issues in Stated Preference Research

Published in: Stated Preference Modelling Techniques: A Compilation of Major Papers Selected from PTRC's Vast Bank of Meeting and Conference Material / Ortúzar, J. de D. (ed.). PTRC Perspectives v. 4 (London : PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd., 2000)

Posted on RAND.org on September 01, 1993

by Andrew Daly

"Stated Preference" (SP) methods have been used more and more widely for transport planning studies of many kinds. While it is clear that SP offers a most valuable approach for solving a wide range of problems, it has also become clear that SP is not a panacea and that the approach in itself exhibits new problems which are not encountered with other methods.

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