To establish methodological and applied basis for discrete choice applications for environmental decision making.
Economic valuation methods are increasingly being used to inform the policy analysis process related to environmental issues. Among them, the use of discrete choice experiments has witnessed an enormous growth in the last few years although, given its infancy state, it is a rapidly evolving discipline.
The main objective of this network is to provide academics and policy makers with sound guidelines on the design, implementation and interpretation of results of discrete choice applications in the field of environmental economics.
The network currently involves more than fifteen scholars from ten different European Universities.