Welcome to the website of the Scottish Stated Preference Network (SSPN).
The SSPN brings stated preference researchers across Scotland together by organising events, promoting collaborative projects and jointly advancing stated preference methods.
Scotland has an international reputation for being a centre of excellence for the economic valuation of non-market goods (e.g. health services and environmental amenities). This research draws to a large extent on the use of stated preference methods such as discrete choice experiments (DCEs), contingent valuation (CV) or best-worst-scaling (BWS). These methods have been developed, advanced and applied in different economic disciplines in Scotland.
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