One of the major difficulties in doing cost-benefit analysis of a development project is to estimate the total economic value of project benefits, which are usually
multi-dimensional and include goods and services that are not traded in the market. Challenges also arise in
aggregating the values of different benefits, which may not be mutually exclusive.

In determining domestic water prices, policy makers often need to use information about the demand side rather than only relying on information about the supply side. Household surveys have frequently been employed to collect demand-side information. This paper presents a multiple bounded discrete choice household survey model. It discusses how the model can be utilized to collect and analyze information about the acceptability of different water prices by different types of households, as well as households