Discrete choice experiments in health economics: past, present and future


23 January 2019 - Discrete choice experiments are increasingly advocated as a way to quantify preferences for health. 

However, increasing support does not necessarily result in increasing quality. Although specific reviews have been conducted in certain contexts, there exists no recent description of the general state of the science of health-related discrete choice experiments (DCEs). 

The aim of this paper was to update prior reviews (1990–2012), to identify all health-related DCEs and to provide a description of trends, current practice and future challenges.

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