We know people don’t pay complete attention on surveys. Our new article shows how to tell if it’s a problem in your own discrete choice research.

Like it or not, economists rely on surveys to conduct their research and survey fatigue is an increasing issue.  The problem of survey fatigue has led many to conclude that household surveys are in crisis in large part because of measurement error.  Those survey issues can have serious problems when it comes to policy analysis.  As JaysonContinue reading “We know people don’t pay complete attention on surveys. Our new article shows how to tell if it’s a problem in your own discrete choice research.”