Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias

Whitehead JC, Wicker P (2019)
International Journal of Tourism Research 21(2): 180-186.

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Whitehead, John C.; Wicker, Pamela
Abstract / Bemerkung
This study estimates the monetary value of nonmarket benefits to participants of a cycling event using a willingness to travel question. It compares different question formats and types of data. Using 3 years of data (2014–2016) from a postrace survey (n = 976), the results show that the random selection format produces 2.1 (stated preference data) and 2.5 times (revealed preference data) higher monetary values than the payment card. The magnitude of hypothetical bias, that is, the extent to which respondents overestimate their return visitation, is 21%. Hence, monetary values are highly sensitive to question formats and types of data.
Stichworte
contingent behavior method; intention to revisit; sport tourism; tourism economics; travel cost; willingness to pay
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Tourism Research
Band
21
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
180-186
eISSN
1522-1970
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942681

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Whitehead JC, Wicker P. Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias. International Journal of Tourism Research. 2019;21(2):180-186.
Whitehead, J. C., & Wicker, P. (2019). Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias. International Journal of Tourism Research, 21(2), 180-186. doi:10.1002/jtr.2252
Whitehead, J. C., and Wicker, P. (2019). Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias. International Journal of Tourism Research 21, 180-186.
Whitehead, J.C., & Wicker, P., 2019. Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias. International Journal of Tourism Research, 21(2), p 180-186.
J.C. Whitehead and P. Wicker, “Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias”, International Journal of Tourism Research, vol. 21, 2019, pp. 180-186.
Whitehead, J.C., Wicker, P.: Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias. International Journal of Tourism Research. 21, 180-186 (2019).
Whitehead, John C., and Wicker, Pamela. “Valuing nonmarket benefits of participatory sport events using willingness to travel: Payment card versus random selection with mitigation of hypothetical bias”. International Journal of Tourism Research 21.2 (2019): 180-186.

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