Publication Date

12-1984

Abstract

Research on consumer choice has focused on easily comparable alternatives, a subset of the choices consumers regularly face. This paper outlines the problem and two general strategies for comparing noncomparable alternatives, a subset of choices that has been overlooked in the literature. Experiments are reported that support use of the strategies.

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