**Qualitative Choice Analysis: Theory, Econometrics, and an Application to Automobile Demand**

by Kenneth Train

**Publisher**: The MIT Press 1993**ISBN/ASIN**: 0262200554**ISBN-13**: 9780262200554**Number of pages**: 272

**Description**:

This book is a comprehensive but concise text that covers the recently developed and widely applicable methods of qualitative choice analysis, illustrating the general theory through simulation models of automobile demand and use. It is also a detailed study of automobile demand and use, presenting forecasts based on these powerful new techniques.

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