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Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Estimating discrete choices under uncertainty typically rely on assumptions of expected utility theory. We build on the dynamic choice modeling literature by using a nonlinear case-based reasoning approach based on cognitive processes and forms expectations by comparing the similarity between past problems and the current problem faced by a decision maker. This study provides a proof of concept of a behavioral model of location choice applied to recreational fishers’ location choice behavior in Connecticut. We find the case-based decision model does well in explaining the observed data and provides value in explaining the dynamic value of attributes.
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Thomas, P., & Guilfoos, T. (2023). Case-Based Reasoning and Dynamic Choice Modeling. Land Economics, 98(4), 120820-0183R1. https://doi.org/10.3368/le.120820-0183R1
Available at: https://doi.org/10.3368/le.120820-0183R1
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