AN ANALYSIS OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CONSUMERS’ USE OF GROCERY COUPONS
A conceptual model of grocery coupon usage is developed and maximum likelihood estimates of a Tobit model are used to assess the influence of several economic and demographic variables on consumers' use of grocery coupons. Specific factors considered include income, age, household size, race, education, shopping practices, and size and composition of grocery transactions. The analysis includes a combination of scanner and survey data collected from 1,047 consumers. Results confirm strong effects for household size, race, shopping practices, and size and composition of grocery transactions.
Goodwin, Barry K., AN ANALYSIS OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CONSUMERS' USE OF GROCERY COUPONS, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 17, Issue 1, July 1992, Pages 110–120
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