[Limdep Nlogit List] Prospect theory code in ADC 2nd Edtion

David Hensher D.Hensher at econ.usyd.edu.au
Tue May 10 12:06:30 AEST 2016

We include a lecture on these nonlinear methods which includes prospect theory application (risk attitude, perceptual conditioning gains and losses).
See course overview at 


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From: limdep-bounces at limdep.itls.usyd.edu.au [limdep-bounces at limdep.itls.usyd.edu.au] on behalf of Hiroshi kameyama [kameyama.hiroshi at gmail.com]
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Dear Prof. Henscher,
Oh, so great good news today.
I am one of the trainee for your short courses in 2006 Feb, and March.
In your next short courses, will you include in your contents about
prospect theory with example so that we can actually apply ?

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