The papers in this volume cover a broad scope. They were selected with two criteria in mind: firstly, that demand analysis in telecommunications would benefit from the study of market structure, as well as from a focus on the details of customer choice; and secondly that a wide variety of techniques from various disciplines should be brought to bear. The volume is divided into three sections. Section I covers end user demand and focuses on the individual choice problem. The techniques discussed cover both experimental psychology and the usual economic choice models, and range from theoretical models of the choice process to econometric and measurement issues. Papers which apply novel techniques to other industries have been included in an attempt to bring a diversity of approaches to the attention of telecommunications specialists. The staple area of telecommunications demand analysis - the econometrics of market behavior is covered in Section II. Three outstanding papers in econometric theory have been included, as well as novel applications to the long distance market.
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Book Description North-Holland, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0444885390