Modelling the Choices of Individuals [ 2003 - 2005 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof JJ Louviere A/Prof DJ Street

Brief description Individuals make decisions daily and some of these decisions have wide-reaching and long-term consequences, such as choices among housing, public transport, electoral candidates and health care options. The principal aim of this project is to develop reliable and valid ways to model individual level choice processes. Once completed, this will provide insights into ways to aggregate sampled observations when population-level applications are required, and allow us to compare and test several competing theories of choice behaviour. This will enable us to make contributions to understanding and modelling human decision making in many fields ranging from marketing to medicine.

Funding Amount $197,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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