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Document type:
Konferenzbeitrag 
Author(s):
R. Raffaelli; L. Menapace 
Non-TUM Co-author(s):
ja 
Cooperation:
international 
Title:
Indirect questioning as a debiasing mechanism in preference elicitation for sustainable food? First evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment 
Abstract:
Indirect questioning (IQ), i.e., asking respondents to predict the behavior of others, has been employed in stated preference studies as WTP elicitation technique. This technique, also referred to as Inferred Valuation, represents a promising approach for reducing hypothetical bias when it is not possible to sell actual goods to participants and when the social desirability bias is a potential problem (e.g., preferences for sustainable food attributes). To date, several issues associated to the...    »
 
Intellectual Contribution:
Discipline-based Research 
Book / Congress title:
30th International Conference of Agricultural Economists 
Congress (additional information):
Vancouver, Kanada 
Year:
2018 
Month:
Jul 
Key publication:
Nein 
Peer reviewed:
Ja 
International:
Ja 
Book review:
Nein 
Commissioned:
not commissioned 
Interdisciplinarity:
Nein 
Mission statement:
Ethics and Sustainability:
Nein