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van Ophem, J., Stam, P., and van Praag, B. (1999). Multichoice logit: modeling incomplete preference rankings of classical concerts. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 17(1):117-128.


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    Journal of Business and Economic Statistics

In this article we develop an econometric model to analyze data on incomplete information on preferences. The available information consists of groups of alternatives that are preferred to other groups of alternatives. Only for the most preferred group is a full ranking observed. The resulting model is estimated on data concerning preferences on classical concerts.