His primary areas of investigation include Econometrics, Willingness to pay, Mixed logit, Valuation and Discrete choice. His study in Econometrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sample, Preference, Statistics and Respondent. Riccardo Scarpa is interested in Contingent valuation, which is a branch of Willingness to pay.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Mixed logit, focusing on Logit and, on occasion, Status quo. His work carried out in the field of Valuation brings together such families of science as Actuarial science, Multinomial logistic regression, Random utility models and Choice modelling. The study incorporates disciplines such as Space, Travel cost and Confounding in addition to Discrete choice.
Riccardo Scarpa focuses on Econometrics, Willingness to pay, Valuation, Astrophysics and Mixed logit. His Econometrics research focuses on Recreation and how it relates to Welfare. His work investigates the relationship between Willingness to pay and topics such as Marketing that intersect with problems in Certification.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Mixed logit, concentrating on Sample and frequently concerns with Production. His research in Discrete choice intersects with topics in Quality and Microeconomics. His Contingent valuation research integrates issues from Actuarial science and Public economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Econometrics, Willingness to pay, Preference, Mixed logit and Valuation. His Econometrics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Choice modelling. The Willingness to pay study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Agricultural economics, Logit, Marketing and Respondent.
His research investigates the connection between Preference and topics such as Set that intersect with issues in Choice set and Public economics. The various areas that Riccardo Scarpa examines in his Mixed logit study include Public good, Actuarial science and Discrete choice. His Valuation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Natura 2000 and Revenue.
Riccardo Scarpa spends much of his time researching Econometrics, Willingness to pay, Marketing, Discrete choice and Recreation. Riccardo Scarpa combines subjects such as Normality, Quality, Confidence interval and Choice modelling with his study of Econometrics. Riccardo Scarpa has researched Willingness to pay in several fields, including Situational ethics, Coastal management, Valuation and Sampling error.
The various areas that Riccardo Scarpa examines in his Marketing study include Preference, Environmental economics, Logit and Certification. His Discrete choice study combines topics in areas such as Mixed logit, Mixing, Range and Curse of dimensionality. The Recreation study combines topics in areas such as Site selection, Selection, Microeconomics, Public expenditure and Destinations.
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Contemporary Guidance for Stated Preference Studies
Robert J. Johnston;Kevin J. Boyle;Wiktor Adamowicz;Jeff Bennett.
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2017)
Design efficiency for non-market valuation with choice modelling: how to measure it, what to report and why*
Riccardo Scarpa;John M. Rose.
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2008)
Designs with a priori information for nonmarket valuation with choice experiments: A Monte Carlo study
Silvia Ferrini;Silvia Ferrini;Riccardo Scarpa.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2007)
Tourism and Economic Growth in Latin American Countries: A Panel Data Approach
Juan Luis Eugenio-Martín;Noelia Martín Morales;Riccardo Scarpa.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Willingness-to-pay for renewable energy: Primary and discretionary choice of British households’ for micro-generation technologies
Riccardo Scarpa;Kenneth G. Willis.
Energy Economics (2010)
Utility in Willingness to Pay Space: A Tool to Address Confounding Random Scale Effects in Destination Choice to the Alps
Riccardo Scarpa;Mara Thiene;Kenneth Train.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2008)
Destination Choice Models for Rock Climbing in the Northeastern Alps: A Latent-Class Approach Based on Intensity of Preferences
Riccardo Scarpa;Mara Thiene.
Land Economics (2005)
Modelling attribute non-attendance in choice experiments for rural landscape valuation
Riccardo Scarpa;Timothy J. Gilbride;Danny Campbell;David A. Hensher.
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2009)
The HST Survey of BL Lacertae Objects. II. Host Galaxies
Joseph E. Pesce;Matthew J. O'Dowd;Renato Falomo;Riccardo Scarpa.
arXiv: Astrophysics (1999)
Performance of Error Component Models for Status-Quo Effects in Choice Experiments
Riccardo Scarpa;Silvia Ferrini;Kenneth Willis.
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