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General Papers

Shippers’ response to transport cost and time and model specification in freight mode and shipment size choice
Daniel Johnson, Gerard De Jong
Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach
Stephane Hess, Amanda Stathopoulos
Allowing for heterogeneous decision rules in discrete choice models: an approach and four case studies
Stephane Hess, Amanda Stathopoulos, Andrew Daly
Comparing the latent class model with the random parameters logit– a choice experiment analysis of highly heterogeneous electricity consumers in Hyderabad, India
Julian Sagebiel
Are there specific design elements of choice experiments and types of people that influence choice response certainty?
David A Hensher, John M Rose, Matthew Beck
Estimating unconstrained customer choice set demand: a case study on airline reservation data
Alwin Haensel, Ger Koole, Jeroen Erdman
Selecting a date: a matter of regret and compromises
Caspar Chorus, John Rose
Mixture amount models for handling constraints in conjoint applications
Gamze Dane, Harry Timmermans, James B. Wiley
Estimating the heterogeneity distribution of willingness-to-pay using individualized choice sets
Vishva Danthurebandara, Jie Yu, Martina Vandebroek
Distributed values of time for route choice – the impact of “non-traders”
John Bates, John Richardson
Embedding multiple heuristics into choice models: an exploratory analysis
Waiyan Leong, David Hensher
A behavioral housing search model: a combined hazard based and multinomial logit approach
Taha Hossein Rashidi, Joshua Auld, Abolfazl Mohammadian
Integrating routine, variety seeking and compensatory choice in a utility maximizing framework
Vic Adamowicz, Joffre Swait
Structural choice modelling: theory and applications to combining choice experiments
Campbell M. Rungie, Leonard V. Coote, Jordan J. Louviere
Service attributes and bucket prices
Christian Schlereth, Bernd Skiera
Reduced dual response
Christian Schlereth, Bernd Skiera
Random regret minimization: exploration of a new choice model for environmental and resource economics
Mara Thiene, Marco Boeri
Stochastic choice behaviour on road traffic networks under information provision
Ethan Ge, Xiaokun Wang
How the choice of mode is conditioned by information Source
Agha Faisal Habib Pathan, Peter Bonsall, Gerard de Jong
Using individual-level parameter estimates to investigate evidence of lexicographic behavior and heterogeneity in information processing strategies
Jeffrey Dumont, Thomas J Adler, Stephane Hess, William C Neafsey
Selecting random parameters in discrete choice experiment for environmental valuation: a simulation experiment
Petr Mariel, Amaya De Ayala, David Hoyos, Sabah Abdullah
Properties of internet and telephone data collection methods in a stated choice value of time study context
Maria Börjesson, Staffan Algers
Modeling the behavior of investors
Thomas Robin, Michel Bierlaire
Mode choice with attitudinal latent class: a Swiss case-study
Bilge Atasoy, Aurélie Glerum, Michel Bierlaire
Comparing single and joint preferences: a choice experiment on residential location in three-member households
Edoardo Marcucci, Amanda Stathopoulos, Romeo Danielis, Lucia Rotaris
Do turbines in the vicinity of respondents’ residences influence choices among programmes for future wind power generation?
Juergen Meyerhoff
Modelling travellers’ heterogeneous route choice behaviour as prospect maximizers
Giselle Moraes Ramos, Winnie Daamen, Serge Hoogendoorn
Estimation efficiency of RP/SP models considering SP design and error structures
Nobuhiro Sanko, Toshiyuki Yamamoto
Adjectives qualifying individuals' perceptions impacting on transport mode preferences
Aurélie Glerum, Bilge Atasoy, Alberto Monticone, Michel Bierlaire
A prospect theory approach to travel time variability
Katrine Hjorth, Farideh Ramjerdi
Attribute non-attendance in patients' choice of general practitioner appointment
Arne Risa Hole
Within-respondent testing of geographical framing effects of CE choice sets on WTP for environmental changes
Marije Schaafsma, Roy Brouwer
Activated needs, mental representation and choice behavior: an integrated modeling approach
Theo Arentze, Benedict Dellaert, Caspar Chorus
Conceptual relations between expanded rank data and models of the unexpanded rank data
A. A. J. Marley
Sound recordings used in nightclubs and bars: a fair valuation of the licence using a discrete choice analysis
Patricia Lorenzo, Alejandro Requejo, Danny Ryan, Andrew Wynn
The first time is the hardest: a test of ordering effects in choice experiments
Morten Raun Mørkbak, Fredrik Carlsson, Søren Bøye Olsen
Using prospect theory to investigate the low value of travel time for small time changes
Katrine Hjorth, Mogens Fosgerau
Attending to the reasons for attribute non-attendance in choice experiments
Mohammed Hussen Alemu, Morten Raun Mørkbak, Søren Bøye Olsen, Carsten Lynge Jensen
Change of scale and forecasting with the control-function method in logit models
Cristian Angelo Guevara, Moshe Emmanuel Ben-Akiva
Accommodating for taste and variance heterogeneity in discrete choice
Marco Boeri, Edel Doherty, Danny Campbell, Alberto Longo
Stated and inferred serial and choice task non-attendance in choice experiments in the context of environmental valuation
David Hoyos, Petr Mariel, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Estimating potential demand for Autolib’ - a new transport system for Paris
Marco Kouwenhoven, Eric Kroes, Eric Tardivel, Cyrille Gazave
Exploring en-route parking type and parking-search route choice: decision making framework and survey design
Sigal Kaplan, Shlomo Bekhor
Dynamics of route choice and signal control in capacitated networks
Mike Smith
Modelling stochastic route choice with bi-objective traffic assignment
Judith Y T Wang, Matthias Ehrgott
Priority evaluator and multiple discrete continuous choice models: an analysis of residuals
Kay W Axhausen, Boris Jäggi
A latent variable representation of count data models to accommodate spatial and temporal dependence: application to predicting crash frequency at intersections
Marisol Castro, Rajesh Paleti, Chandra R Bhat
Incorporating spatial dynamics and temporal dependency in land use change models
Raghuprasad Sidharthan, Chandra R Bhat
Unpacking the theory of sense of place: is it useful for choice modeling?
Kathleen (Kate) E. Deutsch, Seo Youn Yoon, Konstadinos G. Goulias
Access and attractiveness as determinants of consideration composition and choice in spatial choice modelling: a simulation study
Ari Pramono, Harmen Oppewal
Quantifying response shift or adaptation effects in quality of life by synthesising best-worst scaling and discrete choice data
Terry Nicholas Flynn, T J Peters, J Coast
How urban environment affects travel behaviour? Integrated choice and latent variable model for travel schedules
Lissy La Paix, Michel Bierlaire, Elisabetta Cherchi, Andrés Monzón
Analyzing observed heterogeneity in preferences: a semiparametric estimation approach
Paul Koster, Hans Koster
Comparison of analytic approaches to welfare measurement in logit with income effect
Paolo Delle Site, Marco Valerio Salucci
Discrete choice analysis for trip timing decisions of morning commuters – estimations from joint SP/RP-GPS data
Yin-Yen Tseng, Paul Koster, Stefanie Peer, Jasper Knockaert, Erik Verhoef
Best-worst scaling: consistency of preferences with discrete choice experiments and stability over time
Peter Burge, Dimitris Potoglou, Terry Flynn, John E Brazier, Ann Netten
Consistently inconsistent: the role of certainty, acceptability and scale in automobile choice
Matthew John Beck, John M Rose, David A Hensher
Cost thresholds, cut-offs and sensitivities in stated choice analysis: identification and implications
Danny Campbell, David Hensher, Riccardo Scarpa
Exploring the possibility of combining discrete choice modelling and social networks analysis: an application to the analysis of weather-related uncertainty in long-distance travel behaviour
Alberto M Zanni, Tim Ryley
Skew and attribute non-attendance within the bayesian mixed logit model
Kelvin Balcombe, Michael Burton, Dan Rigby
Freight transport distance and weight as utility conditioning effects on a stated choice experiment
Lorenzo Masiero, David Hensher
Valuation of townscape improvements using a two-level stated preference and priority ranking approach
John Nellthorp, Phani Chintakayala, Mark Wardman
Feasibility of using time-space prism to build choice sets for destination choice models
Seo Youn Yoon, Kathleen Deutsch, Yali Chen, Konstadinos G Goulias
Designing a DCE: the value of a qualitative process
Mirja Elisabeth Kloejgaard, Mickael Bech, Rikke Soegaard
Applied welfare economics with discrete choice models: a review of model properties and specification
Richard Batley, Nicolás Ibáñez
Urging residents to save energy
Qi Han, Ingrid Nieuwenhijsen, Bauke de Vries, Erik Blokhuis, Wim Schaefer
The effects of risk presentations and risk reduction methods on WTP estimates
Seda Erdem, Dan Rigby
Consistency and fungibility of monetary valuations in transport: an empirical analysis of framing and mental accounting effects
Shepley Orr, Stephane Hess, Rob Sheldon
How many choice-situations are optimal? Investigating ordering effects – the impact of the number of choice situations on individual preference and scale heterogeneity using the G-MNL model
Mikolaj Czajkowski, Marek Giergiczny
What’s in a name? Identifying and accommodating labelling effects within discrete choice experiments
Edel Doherty, Danny Campbell, Stephen Hynes, Tom M van Rensburg
Investigating preference heterogeneity through individual level modelling
Marek Giergiczny, Mikolaj Czajkowski
A new approach to welfare assessment in discrete choice experiments: direct calculation of welfare measures for single individuals
Emily Lancsar
Choice probability generating functions
Mogens Fosgerau, Dan McFadden, Michel Bierlaire
Stability of latent class segments over time: results from a sated preference experiment
Simone C Mueller
Modelling mode choice in passenger transport with integrated hierarchical information integration
Cornelia Richter, Stephan Keuchel
Eliciting the illicit: choosing to cheat
Dan Rigby, Kelvin Balcombe, Michael Burton, Ian Bateman, Abay Mulatu
The consequences of the productive use of travel time: revisiting the goods leisure tradeoff in the era of pervasive ICT
Jacek Pawlak, John Polak, Aruna Sivakumar
Modelling the effects of stated attribute non-attendance on its inference: an application to visitors benefits from the alpine grazing commons
Riccardo Scarpa, Roberta Raffaelli, Sandra Notaro, Jordan J. Louviere
Simultaneous estimation of mode choice for commuting trips and preference for vehicle ownership in an urban area: the case of Córdoba city in Argentina
Juan Jose Pompilio Sartori, Carlos Walter Robledo
Choice set formation in residential location choice modelling: implementation of a hazard-based approach
Alireza Zolfaghari, Aruna Sivakumar, John Polak
Transport choices in remote communities
Jon Crockett, David Connolly, Brittany Byrd, Gerard Whelan, David Notman
Optimal discrete choice experimental designs using genetic algorithms
Doina Olaru, Brett Smith, Jue Wang
Analysis of annual, long-distance, vacation travel demand in the United States: a multiple discrete-continuous choice framework
Caleb Van Nostrand, Abdul Pinjari, Vijay Sivaraman
Estimation of stochastic scale with best-worst data
Andrew T Collins, John M Rose
Does the inclusion of a cost attribute in forced and unforced choices matter? Results from a web survey applying a discrete choice experiment
Line Bjørnskov Pedersen, Trine Kjær, Jakob Kragstrup, Dorte Gyrd-Hansen
Monte Carlo analysis of two simultaneous estimation methods for travel mode choice with qualitative attributes
Ricardo A. Daziano, Denis Bolduc
A comprehensive model to capture the preference for mass rapid transit in Dhaka
Annesha Enam, Charisma Farheen Choudhury
Bayesian optimal designs for discrete choice experiments with partial profiles
Roselinde Kessels, Bradley Jones, Peter Goos
Incorporating the explicit role of psychological factors on mode choice: a hybrid mode choice model by using data from an innovative psychometric survey
Alejandro Tudela, Khandker Nurul Habib, Juan Antonio Carrasco, Ahmed Osman
Understanding the spatial differences in the values of work behind the time allocation patterns: the case of Santiago, Chile
Sergio R. Jara-Diaz, Marcela Munizaga, Javiera Olguin
The social valuation of burying the highway to overcome community severance
Jose Maria Grisolia, Francisco Lopez, Juan de Dios Ortuzar
On the perception of safety in low income neighbourhoods: using digital images in a stated choice experiment
Paula Iglesias, Margarita Greene, Juan de Dios Ortuzar
On the computation of probit choice probabilities
Richard Connors, Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly
Independence from Irrelevant Rankings
André de Palma, Karim Kilani, Gikbert Laffond
Testing for value stability with a meta-analysis of choice experiments: river health in Australia
John Colin Rolfe, Roy Brouwer
Household location, dwelling and tenure types in a dynamic context
Matthieu de Lapparent, André de Palma, Nathalie Picard
Couple residential location and spouses' workplaces
Nathalie Picard, Pierre-André Chiappori, André de Palma
Consistent estimation of route choice models with link specific random costs
Anders Karlstrom, Mogens Fosgerau
Consistently estimating flexible route choice models using an MNL lense
Anders Karlstrom, Marcus Sundberg, Qian Wang
Bias in consumer choices for environmental public goods
Katherine S Carson, Susan M Chilton, George Hutchinson
Trivariate probit models of pre-purchase/purchase shopping channel choice: clothing purchases in northern California
Patricia Lyon Mokhtarian, Wei Laura Tang
Latent modal preferences: behavioral mixture models with longitudinal data
Akshay Vij, André Carrel, Joan Walker
Extreme values, invariances and selection probabilities
Lars-Göran Mattsson, Jörgen W Weibull, Per Olov Lindberg
The effect of forced choice on choice: an application to nurse location decisions in Liberia
Marko Vujicic, Mandy Ryan, Marco Alfano
Forecasting behaviour: with applications to transport
Andrew Daly
Workshop 2: Working with repeated choice data
Andrew Daly, Stephane Hess, Christine Eckert
Workshop 3: Mental representations and discrete choice behavior: state-of-the-art and avenues for future research
Theo Arentze, Benedict Dellaert, Geert Wets, Harmen Oppewal, Caspar Chorus
Workshop 4: Good data is key to the development of good models so how is innovation in collection keeping apace?
Rob Sheldon, Martin Dix, Terry Flynn, Paul Metcalfe
Modeling single individuals: the journey from psych lab to the App Store
Jordan Louviere
Workshop 1: Recent advances on modeling multiple discrete-continuous choices
Chandra Bhat, David Bunch, Abdul Pinjari