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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2009Task independence in stated preference studies: A test of order effect explanationsDay, Brett; Bateman, Ian J.; Carson, Richard T.; Dupont, Diane; Louviere, Jordan J.; Morimoto, Sanae; Scarpa, Riccardo; Wang, Paul
2004Scope sensitivity tests for preference robustness: An empirical examination of economic expectations regarding the economic valuation of politices for reducing acidity in remote mountain lakesBateman, Ian J.; Cooper, Philip; Georgiou, Stavros; Navrud, Stale; Poe, Grey L.; Ready, Richard; Riera, Pere; Ryan, Mandy; Vossler, Christian A.
2005The social value of carbon sequestered in Great Britain's woodlandsBrainard, Julii; Bateman, Ian J.; Lovett, Andrew A.
2005Consistency and construction in stated WTP for health risk reductions: A novel scope-sensitivity testBateman, Ian J.; Brouwer, Roy
2001Visible choice sets and scope sensitivity: An experimental and field test of study design effects upon nested contingent valuesBateman, Ian J.; Cooper, Philip; Georgiou, Stavros; Poe, Gregory L
2002Investigating the characteristics of expressed preferences for reducing the impacts of air pollution: A contingent valuation experimentBateman, Ian J.; Georgiou, Stavros; Langford, Ian H.; Poe, Gregory L.; Tsoumas; Andreas
2003First impressions count: Almost double! : A study of the interaction of interviewer appearance and information effects in stated preference studiesBateman, Ian J.; Mawby, James
2006Reducing grains/loss asymmetry: A virtual reality choice experiment (VRCE) valuing land use changeBateman, Ian J.; Jones, Andy P.; Jude, Simon; Day, Brett H.
2004Ooh la la: Testing the one-and-one-half bound dichotomous choice elicitation method for robustness to anomalesBateman, Ian J.; Day, Brett H.; Dupont, Diane P.; Georgiou, Stavros
2003Contrasting conventional with multi-level modelling approaches to meta-analysis: Exceptation consistency in UK woodland recreation valuesBateman, Ian J.; Jones, Andrew P