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    These models included assortment planning with multinomial logit models of consumer demand and assortment planning with exogenous demand models. Cachon et al. in 2005 proposed a model in which consumers search among multiple competing firms for products that match their preferences at a reasonable price. The study found that easier search creates a market-expansion effect that encourages firms to expand their assortment. In 2009, Vaidyanathan et al. introduce a model of substitution behavior that takes into consideration the impact of substitution in choosing assortments. A retailer must create an assortment for all category and determine the purchase quantity for each. van Ryzin et al (1999) creaed a multinomial logit model to describe the consumer choice process and a newsboy model to represent the retailer 's inventory cost and studied how different factors affect the optimal level of assortment…

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    The supply of child labour is modeled depending in part on the view of the child labour decision-making process. The two aspects of this process are whether all options are considered simultaneously or sequentially. With sequential decision-making, the household head will first decide whether to send the child to school. After a choice is made, the head decides whether to send the child to work. Conversely, with simultaneous decision-making, the head chooses from a number of work and school…

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    The test result for multicollinearity shows no multicollinearity problem because the results of VIF for variables were less than 10. Moreover, Breusch-Pagan/Cook-Weisberg test for heteroscedasticity reveals that variables were free from heteroscedasticity problem. Further test for (IIA) independent of irrelevant alternative was run, and assumption was on the basis of likelihood ratio. The model shows the existence of 36% variation of market channel choice among livestock producers in lare…

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    differentiated product market. 1. This study generates estimates of the fixed costs associated with offering particular products in addition to the typical demand and marginal cost parameters. 1. This study restricts the analysis of markets with small number of sellers or producers (oligopoly) Joint Pricing, Assortment, and Inventory Decisions for a Retailer’s Product Line (Maddah, B., & Bish, E. K., 2007) Under the assumptions of static choice and multinomial logit choice model on customers…

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    Myopia (SCORM) was used as a data source. First, the participants were tested in non-verbal reasoning ability following the Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices. The parents of the participants were then given a questionnaire to help assess certain demographics, they were also asked questions regarding the mother’s work status and if the child had been breastfed. All 662 children were tested for the same independent variables, though the half sample (n=320; from the top-ranked school), included…

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    (DCE). Discrete choice analysis has been used in consumer research for food in general and wine specifically as a means to assess individual attribute preferences in different purchase situations. DCEs simulate real choices and have proven to be highly predictive for consumers’ market behavior. Respondents are asked to choose from several stimuli, each a combination of several attributes. When making their choice, respondents are forced to trade-off between levels of different attributes,…

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    Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 13621. Accessed on November 02, 2011 from http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/13621/ Heinesen, E. (2010). Estimating class-size effects using within-school variation in subject-specific classes. The Economic Journal, 120(545), 737 – 760. Newman-Ford, L., Lloyd, S., & Thomas, S. (2009). An investigation in the effects of gender, prior academic achievement, place of residence, age and attendance on first-year undergraduate attainment. Journal of Applied Research…

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