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Conference location:
26 June: Room 1.11, Institute for Transport studies, 34-40 University road. 

Conference drink: The Cross Keys, 107 Water Ln, Leeds LS11 5WD
Conference dinner: Fazenda, Waterman’s Place Unit 4-7 Granary Wharf, Leeds LS1 4GL

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Monday, June 26th
9:30-10:30 Welcome, Coffee, Opening, etc…
Time Speaker Title Discussant
10:30-11:20 Arne Rise HOLE (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom) Alternative algorithms for estimating random parameter logit models
11:20-11:30 Coffee Break    
11:30-12:00 Adan L. Martinez-Cruz Exploring the synergies between benefit transfer and expert elicitation: A pilot application to the Baltic Sea Jonathan Sicsic
12:00-12:30 Keila Meginnis Strategic Bias in Discrete Choice Experiments Erlend Dancke Sandorf
12:30-14:00 Lunch    
14:00-14:50 Verity WATSON (University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom) Using experimental economics to better understand stated preference responses
14:50-15:00 Coffee Break    
15:00-15:30 Olivier Beaumais Time for waste, waste of time? Assessing heterogeneous values of saving time from recycling using a latent-class rank-ordered logit approach Marco Horvath
15:30-16:00 Erlend Dancke Sandorf The effect of display orientation on processing strategies Annika Tienhaara
16:00-16:15 Coffe break
16:15-16:45 Pedro Flores Tenorio Non-use economic values of young Australians for the biodiversity conservation of old-growth forests in the Amazon. A Choice Model experiment. Heini Ahtiainen
16:45-17:15 Abildtrup, Jens Wood ash recycling in forest and French forest owners’ stated preferences – A choice experiment Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu
18:30 Toast at The Cross Keys
20:00 Dinner at Fazenda

Tueday, June 27th
9:00-9:50 Danny CAMPBELL (University of Stirling, United Kingdom) Spatial issues in non-market valuation
9:50-10:00 Coffee break    
10:00-10:30 Annika Tienhaara Operationalization of ecosystem services for choice experiments: the effect of relevance in the valuation of agri-environmental policies Luis Enrique Loria
10:30-11:00 Maia David Accounting for spatially heterogeneous preferences while managing invasive species: a choice experiment Romain Crastes
11:00-11:30 Luis Enrique Loria Investigating bus users’ preferences for Low Emission Buses: Experiences from Europe’s largest hydrogen bus fleet Victor Champonnois
11:30-12:00 Victor Champonnois Institutional determinants of protest responses in stated preference studies Adan L. Martinez-Cruz
12:00-13:30 Lunch 
13:30:14:00 Heini Ahtiainen Role of information in the valuation of unfamiliar goods – the case of genetic resources in agriculture Pedro Flores Tenorio
14:00-14:30 Marco Horvath Consequentiality and the Willingness-To-Pay for Renewables: Evidence from Germany Olivier Beaumais
14:30-14-45 Coffee Break    
14:45-15:15 Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu Stated preferences: a unique database composed of 1,437 recent published articles in journals related to agriculture, environment or health Samrat, Kunwar
15:15:15:45 Jonathan Sicsic Choice certainty and deliberative thinking in discrete choice experiments. A theoretical and empirical investigation Keila Meginnis
15:45-16:15 Samrat Kunwar Willingness to pay for improved ecosystem services in Danda River Basin, Nepal: A Choice Experiment Study Abildtrup, Jens
16:45-17:15 Coffee and closing session