Deborah J. Street
Deborah J. Street
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The construction of optimal stated choice experiments: theory and methods
DJ Street, L Burgess
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
Quick and easy choice sets: constructing optimal and nearly optimal stated choice experiments
DJ Street, L Burgess, JJ Louviere
International journal of research in marketing 22 (4), 459-470, 2005
Combinatorics of experimental design
AP Street, DJ Street
Oxford University Press, Inc., 1986
Modeling the choices of individual decision-makers by combining efficient choice experiment designs with extra preference information
JJ Louviere, D Street, L Burgess, N Wasi, T Islam, AAJ Marley
Journal of choice modelling 1 (1), 128-164, 2008
Dissecting the random component of utility
J Louviere, D Street, R Carson, A Ainslie, JR DeShazo, T Cameron, ...
Marketing letters 13 (3), 177-193, 2002
Designing discrete choice experiments: do optimal designs come at a price?
JJ Louviere, T Islam, N Wasi, D Street, L Burgess
Journal of Consumer Research 35 (2), 360-375, 2008
Time trade-off derived EQ-5D weights for Australia
R Viney, R Norman, MT King, P Cronin, DJ Street, S Knox, J Ratcliffe
Value in Health 14 (6), 928-936, 2011
Optimal designs for choice experiments with asymmetric attributes
L Burgess, DJ Street
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 134 (1), 288-301, 2005
International comparisons in valuing EQ-5D health states: a review and analysis
R Norman, P Cronin, R Viney, M King, D Street, J Ratcliffe
Value in Health 12 (8), 1194-1200, 2009
Optimal and near-optimal pairs for the estimation of effects in 2-level choice experiments
DJ Street, L Burgess
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 118 (1-2), 185-199, 2004
Is fast access to general practice all that should matter? A discrete choice experiment of patients' preferences.
K Gerard, C Salisbury, D Street, C Pope, H Baxter
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 13, 2008
Optimal designs for 2 k choice experiments
L Burgess, DJ Street
Taylor & Francis Group 32 (11), 2185-2206, 2003
An Australian discrete choice experiment to value EQ‐5D health states
R Viney, R Norman, J Brazier, P Cronin, MT King, J Ratcliffe, D Street
Health Economics 23 (6), 729-742, 2014
The Elgar companion to health economics
AM Jones
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012
Optimal designs for 2 k paired comparison experiments
DJ Street, DS Bunch, BJ Moore
Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods 30 (10), 2149-2171, 2001
Valuing SF-6D health states using a discrete choice experiment
R Norman, R Viney, J Brazier, L Burgess, P Cronin, M King, J Ratcliffe, ...
Medical Decision Making 34 (6), 773-786, 2014
Does mode of administration matter? Comparison of online and face-to-face administration of a time trade-off task
R Norman, MT King, D Clarke, R Viney, P Cronin, D Street
Quality of Life Research 19 (4), 499-508, 2010
Stated-preference methods
JJ Louviere, D Street
Hensher, DA und Button, K.(Ed.), Handbook of transport modelling 1, 131-143, 2000
Australian utility weights for the EORTC QLU-C10D, a multi-attribute utility instrument derived from the cancer-specific quality of life questionnaire, EORTC QLQ-C30
MT King, R Viney, A Simon Pickard, D Rowen, NK Aaronson, JE Brazier, ...
Pharmacoeconomics 36 (2), 225-238, 2018
Using a discrete choice experiment to value the QLU-C10D: feasibility and sensitivity to presentation format
R Norman, R Viney, NK Aaronson, JE Brazier, D Cella, DSJ Costa, ...
Quality of Life Research 25 (3), 637-649, 2016
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