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Valuing Electricity Service Attributes: A Choice Experiment Study in Madhya Pradesh, India

Valuing Electricity Service Attributes: A Choice Experiment Study in Madhya Pradesh, India

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This study unbundles and values electricity service attributes using a choice experiment study covering 2,083 households in Madhya Pradesh, India.
This study unbundles and values electricity service attributes using a choice experiment study covering 2,083 households in Madhya Pradesh, India.

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Published by: Asian Development Bank on Oct 28, 2013
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Valuing Electricity Service Attributes:A Choice Experiment Study in Madhya Pradesh, India
Herath Gunatilake, Sumeet Patail, and Jui Chen YangNo. 316 | November 2012
 ADB Economics Working Paper Series
 
 
ADB Economics Working Paper Series
Valuing Electricity Service Attributes:A Choice Experiment Study in Madhya Pradesh, India
Herath Gunatilake, Sumeet Patail,and Jui Chen YangNo. 316 November 2012
 
Herath Gunatilake is Lead Energy Economist, SouthAsia Department, Asian Development Bank. SummetPatil, is Chie Executive Oicer, NEERMAN ResearchConsultant Group, India, and Jui Chen Yang is SeniorEconomist, Research Triangle Institute, USA.
 
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