Luis is a Research Fellow in the Preference and Value team at HERU. Dr. Loria has a PhD in Economics from the University of Aberdeen which explored preferences for low emission buses using the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project as a case study. His research interests include the elicitation of preferences using stated preference methods, such as Discrete Choice Experiments. Luis is also interested in the application of preference elicitation as Decision Aid Tools and is currently part of a team developing one for the management of persistent pain at the pharmacy level. Luis has an interest in the use of reference-dependent choice models and has taken part in the design of discrete choice experiments that apply these in the environmental economics field. He has a BSc in Civil Engineering from the Tecnológico de Monterrey (México) and an MSc in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management from the University of York. Luis also has a research interest in the valuation of air quality (and adverse health outcomes) using stated and revealed preference methods.
- Using Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics