Reconciling Models of Recreational Route and Site Choices

  • Bell K
  • Strand I
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ost of the essential input (travel) in the household's production of a recreation expe- rience is central to obtaining the preference structure ABSTRACT. When employing travel cost mod- determining the cost per mile in the estimation of site choices but does not use both in determining the route choices and mileages. This paper inves- tle attention has been given to the choice of the route although the route defines the monetary and time costs used to compute travel costs. Conven- tional wisdom considers time and money costs in for the recreational good. However, lit- tigates whether models of recreational site and route choices can be reconciled.

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  • K. P. Bell

  • I. E. Strand

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