Revealed preference (RP) data and stated preference (SP) data have complementary characteristics for model estimation. To enhance the advantages of both data types, a combined estimation method is proposed. This paper discusses the method and practical considerations in applying it, and introduces a new method of considering serial correlation of RP and SP data. An empirical analysis is also presented.
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Morikawa, T. Correcting state dependence and serial correlation in the RP/SP combined estimation method. Transportation 21, 153–165 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01098790
- combined estimation
- discrete choice
- revealed preference
- serial correlation
- stated preference