A CONJOINT ANALYSIS OF WATERFOWL HUNTING IN LOUISIANA
Christopher E.C. Gan and
E. Jane Luzar
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1993, vol. 25, issue 2, 10
Conjoint analysis, widely used in marketing research, offers an alternative resource valuation approach suited to outdoor recreation activities characterized as multiattribute. Design, implementation, and interpretation of conjoint analysis are reviewed in the context of recreation applications. Conjoint analysis is used in an analysis of waterfowl hunting in Louisiana. Using primary data collected from a survey of waterfowl hunters, ordered logit is used to estimate willingness-to-pay for recreation experience attributes.
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