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He Senhui, Florkowski Wojciech J., Jordan Jeffrey L.
Source-Related Acquisition Costs and Preference for Information Sources
Preferowane źródła informacji i koszty jej nabycia
Roczniki Naukowe Stowarzyszenia Ekonomistów Rolnictwa i Agrobiznesu, 2007, T. 9, z. 3, s. 85-92, tab., bibliogr. 50 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Źródła informacji, Koszty informacji, Badania ankietowe
Information source, Informations cost, Questionnaire survey
Zastosowanie analizy logitowej zidentyfikowało cechy właścicieli posesji wpływające na wybór i użytkowanie wybranych kategorii źródeł informacji o utrzymaniu małej architektury. Model wyliczono używając danych z badań ankietowych 400 właścicieli posesji w stanie Georgia, USA. Wyniki wskazują, ze wykształcenie, wiek, dochód i płeć różnicują wybór źródeł informacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)

An application of the logit analysis identified characteristics of home owner influencing the selection and use of various sources of information about landscape maintenance. The model estimation was based on survey data from 400 home owners in Georgia, USA. Results indicate that education, age, income and gender influence information source choices. (original abstract)
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