CBCA

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CBCACivilian Board of Contract Appeals (Washington, DC)
CBCACanadian Border Collie Association (dogs)
CBCAChesapeake Bay Critical Area (conservation)
CBCACanadian Business Current Affairs (resource)
CBCAChoice-Based Conjoint Analysis (behavior theory)
CBCACertified Business Continuity Auditor
CBCACentro Brasileiro da Construção em Aço
CBCACanadian Business Corporations Act
CBCAColorado Business Corporation Act
CBCACalgary Birth Control Association
CBCACharlotte Builders and Contractors Association
CBCAChilled Beam and Ceiling Association
CBCACapabilities Based Competency Assessment (Navy work task analysis process)
CBCACustoms Border Clearance Agent (US DoD)
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I perform a choice-based conjoint analysis to identify the decision functions from the previous section ([[??].sup.s] and [[??].sup.p]).
The study used choice-based conjoint analysis and a market simulation to analyse customer preferences for Islamic and conventional investment, savings and car finance products offered by Islamic and conventional banks.
The customer-value drivers are analyzed by applying choice-based conjoint analysis and evaluated according to customer segments.
Choice-based conjoint analysis (CBC) is rooted in the works of Theil (1970), McFadden (1974), Louviere and Woodworth (1983), Backhaus et al.
Choice-based conjoint analysis; models and designs.
An Overview and Comparison of Design Strategies for Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis. Sawtooth Software Research Paper Series.
Among the research methods utilized are economic value analysis, case studies, supply chain analysis, financial evaluation, pricing theory, choice-based conjoint analysis, performance evaluation of information systems, strategic management, behavior theory, information security, and law and economics.
(2000) Technical note: mathematical properties of the optimal product line selection problem using choice-based conjoint analysis. Management Science, 46, pp.
(1995), "Market segmentation with choice-based conjoint analysis", Marketing Letters, Vol.
This procedure is known as choice-based conjoint analysis (Louviere and Woodworth (1983)); it has been shown to yield results comparable to the more common ratings-based conjoint analysis (Elrod, Louviere and Davey (1991)).