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eCook Discrete Choice Modelling - Uganda (Working paper)

Published Date 

26 Sept 2019

References

Scott, N. et al (2019)

N Scott, S Batchelor, M Suzan Abbo, D Akankwatsa

About the publication

The primary purpose of the Discrete Choice Modelling surveys was to explore people’s preferences regarding various aspects of the design and functionality of cooking devices. The survey has also been used to gather valuable data on cooking practices (e.g. the mix of fuels used and the timing of meals), and the quality of electricity supplies. Data on expenditure on cooking fuels is especially useful as this represents disposable income that can be substituted for modern fuel devices.