Working Papers

Life-Cycle Cost: A New Form of Consumer Information

Jan 1, 1980

In an experimental laboratory study, investigates whether the “life cycle cost” of a product may be a potentially beneficial form of consumer information in the context of the current energy crisis. Ninety-four female subjects completed a series of tasks and measures designed to assess information processing and decision-making, for the product category of refrigerator-freezers.

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