Hanemann, Loomis, and Kanninen (1991) show that the double-bounded dichotomous choice model is asymptotically more efficient than the single-bounded model.
What does DBDC stand for?
DBDC stands for Double-Bounded Dichotomous Choice
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- Digital Bathymetric Database (US DoD)
- Don't Be a Douchebag
- Du Bruit dans le Bourg (French: Noise in the Village)
- Digital Bathymetric Data Base - Variable resolution
- Digital Bathymetric Data Base-5 Minute
- Digital Bathymetric Data Base - Variable Resolution
- Defence Business Development Consulting (Belgium)
- Des Bruits de Casseroles (French: Sound of Pots)
- Distal Bile Duct Carcinoma
- Double Barrel Design Consultancy (London, England, UK)
- Division of Birth Defects, Child Development, and Disability and Health (National Center for Environmental Health)
- Database Design Description (MIL-STD-498)
- Database Design Document
- Dead Bodies Don't Drown (clothing brand)
- Deutsche Beobachtungsstelle für Drogen und Drogensucht (German: German Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction)
- Dominique Bidou Développement Durable (French: Dominique Bidou Sustainable Development)
- Du Bout des Doigts (French: Fingertips; arts)
- Dual Binary Decision Diagram
- Division of Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCEH)
- Doof Bleibt Doof, Da Helfen Keine Pillen (German: Stupid Remains Stupid, and No Pills Can Help It)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Michael, John Loomis, and Barbara Kanninen, "Statistical Efficiency of Double-Bounded Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, November 1991, 1,255-1,263.