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Recreation site substitution and urban recreation site choice models



Recreation site substitution and urban recreation site choice models



Dissertation Abstracts International, A 45(1): p.320



An urban recreation site choice model is developed which is consistent with utility maximizing consumer choice theory and reflects different substitution effects. In order to identify substitutable site explicitly, traditional demand theory is extended to directly relate consumer's wants with the attributes of commodities. The simultaneous site choice models and the nested site choice models are developed based on different assumptions.

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