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Correlation and scale in mixed logit models: clarifications and implications for unwary users of the G-MNL model CORRELATION AND SCALE IN MIXED Correlation and Scale in Mixed
Stephane Hess, Kenneth Train, Kenneth Train
Heterogeneity in Decision Processes: Embedding Extremeness Aversion, Risk Attitude and Perceptual Conditioning in Multiple Heuristics Choice Making Heterogeneity in Decision Proces
David Hensher, Camila Balbontin, Andrew Collins
Don’t judge a book by its cover: A discrete choice model of cultural experience good consumption
Paul Crosby
A TIME ALLOCATION MODEL CONSIDERING EXTERNAL PROVIDERS
Sergio R. Jara-Diaz
Selecting a study sample for discrete choice experiments: the effect of psychological distance
Jorien Veldwijk, Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Ulrik Kihlbom, Sophie Langenskiold, Evelien Dekker, Frank Kallenberg, Ardine de Wit, Mattijs Lambooij
The effect of HIV prevention products on incentives to supply unprotected commercial sex in South Africa THE EFFECT OF HIV PREVENTION
Matthew Quaife, Fern Terris-Prestholt, Maria Cabrera, Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, Robyn Eakle, Peter Vickerman
Comparing travel demand forecasts between models with larger data from single time point and models with smaller data from two time points COMPARING TRAVEL DEMAND FORECAST
Nobuhiro Sanko
Patients’ preferences for specialised health professionals in follow-up care. A cross-country and cross-disease comparison.
Sebastian Heidenreich, Diane Skatun, Mandy Ryan, Job van Exel, Elliot Robert, Christine Bond
Quasi-Monte Carlo and Gaussian quadrature: Efficient choice experiment designs for climate change adaptation measures in Kenya EFFICIENT DESIGN PERFORMANCE
MARY NTHAMBI
The influence of individual husband’s and wife’s preferences on joint parental school choice for their children THE INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL
Petr Mariel, Riccardo Scarpa, Ainhoa Vega-Bayo
Pedestrian route choice modelling at a large scale mega religious gathering PEDESTRIAN ROUTE CHOICE MODELLIN
Tarapada Mandal, K Ramachandra Rao, Geetam Tiwari
Stochastic frontier estimation of holiday budgets for Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value model: An application to tourist expenditure analysis
Andrea Pellegrini, Igor Sarman, Stefano Scagnolari
Is there a systematic relationship between random parameters and process heuristics? IS PREFERENCE HOMOGENEITY BEST
Camila Balbontin, David A. Hensher, Andrew Collins
A Goal-Based Analysis of Travel Behaviour Dynamics: Are Intrapersonal Changes in Latent Modal Preferences Associated with Shifts in Personal Goals?
Rico Krueger, Taha Hossein Rashidi, Akshay Vij
That's good enough! Satisficing in stated choice experiments
Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Danny Campbell
Accounting for both consideration set screening and attribute non-attendance when modelling stated choices.
Michel Meulders
Does negative information weight more on activity-travel choices? An empirical study of pre-trip information impact from the perspective of trip-chains
Li Tang
Indirect questioning as a nudging instrument? Evidence from a CE
Roberta Raffaelli, Luisa Menapace
Multimodal travel groups and preference mode for different travel purpose: a latent class cluster analysis MULTIMODAL TRAVEL GROUPS
xiaochen ma, Oded Cats, Serge paul Hoogendoorn
Predicting Behavioral Change using Stated Preferences: Comparison of Preferences Expressed in a Discrete Choice Experiment to Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial on Pedometer-Based Activity Programs
Marcel Bilger, Eric Andrew Finkelstein, Isha Chaudhry
The use of specialty training to retain doctors in Malawi: a cost effectiveness analysis using stated preferences
Kate Mandeville, Godwin Ulaya, Adamson Muula, Titha Dzowela, Mylene Lagarde, Kara Hanson
On The Robustness Of Efficient Experimental Designs
Sander Van Cranenburgh, John Rose, Caspar Chorus
A Taboo Trade Off model for Discrete Choice Analysis
Caspar Chorus, Niek Mouter, Baiba Pudane
How different user segments perceive multimodal alternatives: A survey of 3 EU cities
Amalia Polydoropoulou, Ioannis Tsouros
Maintaining social contacts over time: the role of life-course events, personality traits and tie strength
Chiara Calastri, Stephane Hess, Juan Antonio Carrasco, Charisma Choudhury, Andrew Daly
The Impact of Pilot Size On Sampling Efficiency: Finding The ‘Goldilocks’ Allocation
Gianluca Grilli, Danny Campbell
Latent Class model using discriminative restricted Boltzmann Machine LATENT BEHAVIOUR MODELLING USING
Melvin Wong, Bilal Farooq, Guillaume-Alexandre Bilodeau
Handling resolvable uncertainty from incomplete choice set scenarios - choice probabilities versus discrete choices
Morten Raun Mørkbak, Line Bjørnskov Pedersen, Riccardo Scarpa
In-store or online shopping of search and experience goods: A Hybrid Choice approach IN-STORE OR ONLINE SHOPPING OF
Basil Christian Schmid, Simon Andreas Schmutz, Kay Werner Axhausen
Endogenous treatment of residential location choices in transport and land use models: introducing the MetroScan framework ENDOGENOUS TREATMENT OF RESIDENT
Chinh Ho, David Hensher
Application of Stated Preference Choice Models in the City of Johannesburg Demand Model
Theuns Lamprecht, Evan Roux
Artificial Neural Networks as a means to accommodate decision rules in choice models
Ahmad Alwosheel, Sander van Cranenburgh, Caspar Chorus
Model selection and model averaging in MACML-estimated Multinomial Probit (MNP) models MODEL SELECTION AND MODEL AVERAG
Manuel Batram
Analysis of Daily Activity-Travel Pattern Focusing on Inter- and Intra-Personal Heterogeneity ANALYSIS OF DAILY ACTIVITY TRAVE
Lei GONG, Toshiyuki Yamamoto, Ryo Kanamori
Beyond a two-way hybrid model: maximize utility or minimize regret, or mix both
Mara Thiene, Juergen Meyerhoff
Psycho-Physical Mapping of Alternatives in Random Regret Minimization Models: Varying Effect of Attribute Intensity RANDOM REGRET-BASED CHOICE
Sunghoon Jang, Soora Rasouli, Harry Timmermans
A Meta-Analysis of Transport Mode Choice Related Stated Preference Data in Several Metropolitan Areas in South Africa
Gary Patrick Hayes, Christo Venter
The unintended consequences of carbon taxes on domestic fuel consumption
Flavio Freire Souza, Akshay Vij, Sangeeta Bansal
Using Revealed-Preferences Sampled Choice-sets in Stated-Preference Surveys
Cristian Angelo Guevara, Stephane Hess
EFFECTS OF CONFOUNDING CONSUMERS’ CHOICE PROCESS HETEROGENEITY AS TASTE HETEROGENEITY ON THE FIRM DECISION MAKING
Luis Pilli, Joffre Swait, Jose Afonso Mazzon
Making choice set formation practicable through direct elicitation of availability and choice
Habtamu Tilahun Kassahun, Joffre Swait
Understanding children’s influence in the choice of household leisure activities: a best-worst scaling approach with smiley-based rating scale preferences.
Riccardo Curtale, Stefano Scagnolari
Checking the nonlinear impact of children’s satisfaction in the choice of family attraction: an SP experiment with hybrid choice-modeling
igor sarman, Riccardo Curtale
Airline Itinerary Choice Modelling Using Machine Learning AIRLINE ITINERARY CHOICE MODELLI
Rodrigo Acuna-Agost, Thierry Delahaye, Alix Lheritier, Michael Bocamazo
Taking the detour – Travelers’ information compliance with system-beneficial travel information.
Mariska van Essen, Tom Thomas, Eric van Berkum, Caspar Chorus
Addressing empirical challenges related to the incentive compatibility of stated preference methods ADDRESSING EMPIRICAL CHALLENGES
Mikolaj Czajkowski, Christian Vossler, Wiktor Budzinski, Aleksandra Wisniewska, Ewa Zawojska
Capturing drivers’ adaptive time use behavior inside autonomous vehicles and willingness-to-pay as well as affective experiences
YING JIANG, Junyi Zhang
Secure or usable computers? Employees’ perceptions and trade-offs
Eric Molin, Kirsten Meeuwisse, Wolter Pieters, Caspar Chorus
Including social influence in choice models for electric vehicle purchase preferences: comparison of different model formulations
Francesco Manca, Nicolò Daina, John W Polak, Jonn Axsen, Aruna Sivakumar
Like a rolling stone? Heterogeneity in location preferences of early-stage technology based start-ups
Frank van Rijnsoever, Fenna Cerutti
A hybrid DCM application in freight mode choice set in the Port of Ghent (Belgium): do environmental attitudes matter?
Louise M. F. De Tremerie, Stephane Hess, Gerard C de Jong
Modelling awareness and consideration in mode choice: an application on the Rome – Milan corridor
Mauro Capurso, Stephane Hess, Thijs Dekker
Factors affecting Interurban Freight Route Choice – Perspectives from Freight Forwarders and Truck Drivers
Athena Tsirimpa, Ioannis Tsouros
Estimating the reference frame: a smooth twice-differentiable utility function for non-compensatory loss-averse decision-making ESTIMATING THE REFERENCE FRAME
Francisco J. Bahamonde-Birke
Hypothesis testing in discrete choice models: It’s more complicated than you think
Esra Suel, John Polak
Evaluating a data-driven approach for choice set identification EVALUATING A DATA-DRIVER APPROAC
Danique Ton, Dorine Duives, Oded Cats, Serge Hoogendoorn
Farmers preferences for contracts on bioenergy crop (jatropha curcas) production in Northern Ghana using discrete choice experiment FARMERS PREFERENCES FOR CONTRACT
Lauretta Sandra Guentang Boade, Akwasi Mensah-Bonsu, Irene Suzana Egyir, Ditchfield P. K. Amegashie, Jean-Hugues Nlom
Modelling state dependence in rare life course events: Introducing the Accumulative Hybrid Choice Skew Multivariate Probit
Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Matthew Beck, Charisma Choudhury, Thijs Dekker, Stephane Hess
How to influence the public acceptance of road pricing? The Trondheim experiment
Farideh Ramjerdi, Jasper Knockaert
Commodity-based heavy vehicle model for Greater Sydney COMMODITY BASED HEAVY VEHICLE
Richard B. Ellison, Collins Teye, David A. Hensher
Accommodating product-specific upper limits on consumption in multiple discrete-continuous extreme value (MDCEV) models: an application to time-use data
Chiara Calastri, Stephane Hess, Andrew Daly, Abdul Pinjari, Juan Antonio Carrasco
A Query Approach to Modeling Attendance to Attributes in Choice Experiments A QUERY APPROACH TO MODELING
Nathan Paul Kemper, Jennie Popp, Rodolfo M Nayga, Jr
Standard Errors and Interval Estimates of Individual-Specific Mixed Logit Parameters
Mauricio Sarrias, Ricardo Daziano
Strategic Bias in Choice Experiments
Keila Meginnis
Can a Repeated Opt-Out Reminder remove hypothetical bias in discrete choice experiments? An application to consumer valuation of novel food products
Mohammed Hussen Alemu, Søren Bøye Olsen
Modelling choice sequences when options are geographically presented.
Harmen Oppewal, Ari Pramono
Subjective Beliefs about the Willingness to Pay for Travel Time Savings
Vinayak V Dixit, Neeraj Saxena, Rico Krueger, Taha H. Rashidi
Choice modelling with time-varying attributes, with an application to train crowding
Andrew T Collins, David A Hensher
Extending the logit-mixed logit model for a combination of random and fixed parameters
Prateek Bansal, Ricardo Daziano, Martin Achtnicht
MODELLING ROUTE CHOICE USING MOBILE PHONE DATA: A CASE STUDY OF SENEGAL
Andrew Bwambale, Charisma F Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Market Structure and Eliciting Preferences in Choice Experiments: Choice of choice sets
Matthew John Beck, Simon Fifer, John Matthew Rose
Incorporating External Information into Discrete Choice Models with Incomplete Choice Data INCORPORATING EXTERNAL INFORMATI
DAVID BROWNSTONE, Phillip Li
Revisiting the MDCEV utility function: origins, weak complementarity, minimum consumption and efficient welfare measurement
Thijs Dekker, Chiara Calastri, Andrew Daly, Stephane Hess
Exploring travelers’ route choice behavior from GPS trajectories: a path size logit model with sampling of alternatives ROUTE CHOICE ANALYSIS CONSIDERIN
Weiliang Zeng, Tomio Miwa, Mutsumi Tashiro, Takayuki Morikawa
Decision field theory: improvements to current methodology and contrasts with standard choice modelling techniques DECISION FIELD THEORY
Thomas O Hancock, Stephane Hess, Charisma F Choudhury
Including Value Orientations in Choice Models to Estimate Benefits of Wildlife Management Policies
Sandra Notaro, Gianluca Grilli, Daniel Campbell
Optimal design of discrete choice experiments with partial profiles and a no-choice option
Roselinde Kessels, Daniel Palhazi Cuervo
Left, right or random? Disentangling position bias from status quo effects
Kennet Christian Uggeldahl, Danny Campbell, Søren Bøye Olsen
Agency in health care: who preferences count in Intensive Care Unit referrals?
Nicolas Krucien
Do attitudes cause behavior or vice versa? An alternative conceptualization of the attitude-behavior relationship in choice modeling
Maarten Kroesen
THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL LOSS AVERSION AND RISK PREFERENCES ON WILLINGNESS TO PAY TO AVOID RENEWABLE ENERGY EXTARNALITIES. GAIN AND LOSS OF MONEY IN A CHOICE EXPERIMENT.
Anna Malgorzata Bartczak, Susan Chilton, Mikolaj Czajkowski, Jurgen Meyerhoff
The changing transport conditions and their implications for pedal cycling in Kisumu, Kenya The changing transport condition
Walter Alando, Joachim Scheiner, Mark Zuidgeest
Examining Attribute Non-Attendance in Discrete Choice Experiments using a gaze-contingent eye tracking application
Kennet Christian Uggeldahl, Chris N.H. Street, Thomas Lundhede, Søren Bøye Olsen
Ethnic segregation and residential location choice in Cape Town
Tatjana Ibraimovic, Stephane Hess, Mark Zuidgeest, Hazvinei Tsitsi Tamuka Moyo
A joint route choice model for electric and conventional car users A JOINT ROUTE CHOICE MODEL
Anders Fjendbo Jensen
Changes in the value of travel time over the years - a multi-year and multi-country comparison
Marco Kouwenhoven, Maria Börjesson, Gerard de Jong, Andrew Daly
Investigating the effects of stress on choices - Evidence from gap acceptance decisions of drivers in a simulator experiment
Evangelos Paschalidis, Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Map matters: using individually tailored maps to value preferences for agricultural land use change in Great Britain
Tomas Badura, Silvia Ferrini, Ian Bateman, Amy Binner, Michael Burton
Value of travel time as a function of comfort
Gerard de Jong, Marco Kouwenhoven
Preferences for donating a family member’s organs for transplantation: a discrete choice experiment
K Howard, S Jan, Germaine Wong
Testing the Consistency of Preferences in Discrete Choice Experiments: An Eye Tracking Study
Michelle S Segovia, Marco A Palma, Daniel E Chavez
ESTIMATING STUDENT TRAVEL PREFERENCES IN MAHIKENG: A LATENT CLASS APPROACH BASED ON BEHAVIOURAL INDICATORS ESTIMATING STUDENT TRAVEL
Ofentse Hlulani Mokwena, Mark Zuidgeest
Meta-analysis on the value of travel time savings in Africa META ANALYSIS ON THE VALUE
Collins Teye, Peter Davidson, Helen Porter
An insight into the numerical simulation bias: The comparison of different quasi Monte Carlo simulation methods under a wide range of experimental conditions
Mikolaj Czajkowski, Wiktor Budziński
Modelling the role and impact of variety-seeking on mode choice behaviour in the context of air-HSR intermodality
Fangqing Song, Stephane Hess, Thijs Dekker
Commuting bicylists’ route choice
Thomas Hedemark Lundhede, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Hans Skov-Petersen
Does the design of the environment affect the willingness to transfer between modes?
Alejandro M. Tudela, Carla Duran, Juan Antonio Carrasco, Arnoldo Tapia
A pooled RP/SP mode, route and destination choice modeling approach to capture the heterogeneity of mode and user type effects in Austria
Basil Christian Schmid, Florian Aschauer, Inka Roesel, Stefanie Peer, Reinhard Hoessinger, Regine Gerike, Sergio Jara-Diaz, Kay Werner Axhausen
Using a spatial error latent class approach to address spatial dependence in latent class membership
Danny Campbell, Wiktor Budziński, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Nick Hanley
What makes you happy? The role of intrinsic motivation on health workers’ decisions to stay in rural areas
Ayako Honda, Nicolas Krucien, Mandy Ryan
Effect of Varying Number of Choice Sets and Varying Number of Alternatives per Choice Set on Design Efficiency if the Complexity of the Choice Task is Taken into Account
Deniz Akinc, Martina Vandebroek
Panel data for modelling dynamics in duration of outdoor leisure activities PANEL DATA FOR MODELLING
Lissy La Paix, Md Saidul Azam Chowdhury, Karst T. Geurs
Model combination for capturing the inconsistency in the aggregate prediction
shiva Habibi, MArcus Sundberg
Exploring temporal and spatial preferences for climate change adaptation
Stephanie Mitchell, Danny Campbell, Frans de Vries, Seda Erdem
Identifying Individual Choice Mechanism Profiles for Air Travel Behaviour IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUAL CHOICE
Felipe Gonzalez-Valdes, Sebastian Raveau
Modeling Swiss mobility tool ownership: A hybrid multivariate probit approach with sample selection MODELLING CAR-SHARING MEMBERSHIP
Henrik Becker, Allister Loder, Basil Christian Schmid, Kay W Axhausen
An incentive-compatible experiment to model wine preferences considering extrinsic and intrinsic attributes
David Esteban Palma, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, Luis Ignacio Rizzi, Stephane Hess
Using discrete choice modelling techniques in a mixed methods methodological framework: a case study on freight shippers in Belgium
Louise M. F. De Tremerie, Gerard C. de Jong, Stephane Hess, Matthew Beck
The Stochastic Satisficing Model
Felipe Gonzalez-Valdes, Juan de Dios Ortúzar
Comparing The Performances of Maximum Simulated Likelihood and Hierarchical Bayesian Estimation for Mixed Logit Models
Deniz Akinc, Martina Vandebroek
THE ASSIMILATION OF ACTIVITY-BASED CHOICE MODEL AND CELLULAR PHONE-BASED DYNAMIC POPULATION THE ASSIMILATION OF ACTIVITY
Kuniaki Sasaki, Akane Sawada
East Coast Urbanites vs West Coast hippies – understanding differences in attitudes towards public transport
Greg M Spitz, Stephane Hess
STRATEGIC USE OF EXTERNAL BENEFITS FOR ENTRY DETERRENCE: THE CASE OF A MOBILE TELEPHONY MARKET
Maciej Sobolewski, Mikołaj Czajkowski
An R package and web application to generate and conduct efficient Individually Adapted Sequential Bayesian discrete choice experiments to estimate the panel mixed logit model.
Frits Traets, Martina Vandebroek
Stated Preference Design for Exploring Demand for “Mobility as a Service” Plans STATED PREFERENCE DESIGN FOR
Melinda Matyas, Maria Kamargianni
ARE LABOUR TIME AND HARVEST A GOOD NUMERAIRE AS MONEY IN STATED PREFERENCE ELICITATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ARE LABOUR TIME AND HARVEST
Godwin Kofi Vondolia, Ståle Navrud
Hybrid Choice Models vs. endogeneity of indicator variables: a Monte Carlo investigation HYBRID CHOICE MODELS
Wiktor Budziński, Mikołaj Czajkowski
Do social norms matter? Evidence from stated preference studies varying communicated social norm levels.
Katarzyna Zagórska, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Jacob LaRiviere, Natalia Letki, Nick Hanley
The Economic Value of the Tana Delta Mangrove Ecosystem in Kenya
Philip Otieno, Richard Mulwa, Pieter van Beukering, Wouter Botzen, Nicholas Ogugeh
Assessing the Performance of Berkson-Theil Method on Multiple Choice Sets and Aggregated Choice Data ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE
Weibo Li, Maria Kamargianni, Philip Krammer, Lynnette Dray, Andreas Schafer
Estimation and validation of Hybrid choice models to identify which factors could affect the choice of the bicycle ESTIMATION AND VALIDATION OF HYB
Eleonora Sottile, Benedetta Sanjust di Teulada, Italo Meloni, Elisabetta Cherchi
Analyzing Attribute Cut-offs towards Characteristics of Renewable Energy Production
Malte Oehlmann, Jürgen Meyerhoff
Personality and Economic Choices
nick hanley, mikolaj czajkowski, christopher boyce
Explore preference heterogeneity for the treatment preferences of people with type 2 diabetes: A comparison of random-parameters and latent-class estimation techniques
Mo Zhou, John F P Bridges
Aggregation Biases in Discrete Choice Models AGGREGATION IN DISCRETE CHOICE
Timothy Wong, DAVID BROWNSTONE, David Bunch
Discrete choice analysis of multidimensional risk attitude
Nathalie Picard, André de Palma, Sophie Dantan
Estimating a preference-based single index measure for the impact of self-management on quality of life in diabetes for the UK general population ESTIMATING A PREFERENCE BASED
Alexander Michael Labeit
Estimating the preferences for ecosystem services and plantation characteristics: the case of private investments in Mozambique
Anna-Kaisa Kosenius, Maja Bleyer, Matleena Kniivilä, Paula Horne
Reference-dependent choice set formation for modelling of long-term and medium-term residential location choices
Md Bashirul Haque, Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Virtual Immersive Reality Environment (VIRE) for Disruptive Vehicular Technology Choice Experiments
Bilal Farooq, Elisabetta Cherchi
Challenges in online updating of individual choice models for recommender systems or autonomous decision agents
Nicolo' Daina, Esra Suel, Charilaos Latinopoulos, John Polak
Stated preferences for motorized emission reduction attributes in Kenya: an account of model performance and individual heterogeneity
Hilary Kaburi Ndambiri
A Joint Mode/Destination Type Choice Model for Hurricane Evacuation
Chester Gordon Wilmot, Ravindra Gudishala
HOUSEHOLDS’ PREFERENCES FOR WATER SERVICES PACKAGES IN SOUTH AFRICA HOUSEHOLD PREFERENCES FOR WATER
Genius Murwirapachena
Temporal framing of SP choice experiments: does it affect valuations? TEMPORAL FRAMING OF SP CHOICE
Stefanie Peer, Maria Börjesson
Flexibility or uncertainty? Predicting modal shift towards demand responsive public transport
Maria J Alonso Gonzalez, Niels van Oort, Oded Cats, Serge Hoogendoorn
Rewarding truthful-telling in stated preference studies
Pierre Mahieu, Romain Crastes, Jordan Louviere, Ewa Zawojska
Personalized Recommendations using Discrete Choice Models with Inter-and Intra-Consumer Heterogeneity
Mazen Danaf
A New Mixed MNP Model Accommodating a Variety of Dependent Non-Normal Coefficient Distributions
Chandra R. Bhat, Patricia S. Lavieri
Do Consumers in the UK and Spain Perceive the Attributes Greenhouse emissions, Type of Production, Origin, and Fat Content as Substitutes or Complements
Faical Akaichi
IMPACT AND DETECTION OF STRAIGHTLINING RESPONSE IN ONLINE SURVEYS
Peter Grant Moffatt
What Makes Travelers Use Uber: Exploring the Latent Constructs behind the Use of On-Demand Ride Services in California
Farzad Alemi, Giovanni Circella, Susan Handy, Patricia Mokhtarian
Measuring treatment preferences of people with type 2 diabetes with a discrete choice experiment and best-worst scaling: a randomized experiment
John FP Bridges, Ellen Margreet Janssen
Exploring the Impact of Shared Mobility on California Millennials and Older Adults’ Travel Patterns
Giovanni Circella, Farzad Alemi, Patricia Mokhtarian
Willingness-to-pay for automated vehicles: A random parameters and random thresholds HOPIT model
Ramin Shabanpour, Nima Golshani, Joshua Auld, Abolfazl Mohammadian
Activity start time and duration: Incorporating hybrid utility-regret decision rules in joint models
Nima Golshani, Ramin Shabanpour, Abolfazl Mohammadian, Joshua Auld
Implications of Patient Heterogeneity in Health Care Service Preferences: A Case Study in the Provision of Community Intravenous Antibiotics in the UK
David Meads, Stephane Hess, Maureen Twiddy, Carolyn Czoski-Murray, Amando Vargas-Palacios, Samantha Mason, Jane Minton
On interpreting models of risk in a random utility setting
Ying Huang, Brett Smith, Doina Olaru
Dwelling and Residential Location Choice Models on Complete Market Data
Brett Smith, Doina Olaru, Stephane Hess, Matt Beck, Charisma Choudhury
Can we apply Serious Gaming as an alternative to Stated Preference Experiments? – A Freight Modelling Case Study
IOANNA KOUROUNIOTI, Lóránt Tavasszy
A hybrid choice model of dairy novel production strategies
Raffaele Zanoli, Simona Naspetti
Household Daily Non-Mandatory Activity Participation and Duration Modeling Accounting for Person Level Budget Constraints
Rajesh Paleti, Abdul Pinjari
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVISION AND ITS EFFECT ON BICYCLE MODE CHOICE INFRASTRUCTURE PROVISION
Oscar Arbeláez, Jorge Córdoba, Iván Sarmiento
French households’ preferences for alternative fuel vehicles: A discrete choice analysis of Stated Preference data
Akli Berri, Stefan Mabit
Choice models with psychosocial attributes. Revealing some facts.
Alejandro M. Tudela, Arnoldo Tapia, Juan Antonio Carrasco
Switching Costs and Plan Loyalty in Medicare Part C
Adam Atherly, Roger Feldman, Bryan Dowd, Eline van den Broek
Disentangling status quo bias and zero-price effect for more robust estimation of welfare changes
Jeff Tjiong, Marek Giergiczny, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Stephane Hess
Using advanced choice models to study animal behaviour
Marek Giergiczny, Stephane Hess
A Peek at the Future: Capturing the Anticipation Effects in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models
Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Choice experiment valuation of urban green spaces in Cape Town
Dambala Gelo Kutela, Jane Turpie
Determining the influence of police accessibility, visibility and police effectiveness on crime reporting behavior in South Africa
Johan Joubert, Jozine Botha
Stated-preferences methods applications in health in Africa: The how, the what, and the where
Lauren Brown, Joyce Lee, John Bridges
Assessing the validity and reliability of the application of a discrete-choice experiments in healthcare
Ellen Janssen, John Bridges
The changing views of health promotion amoung HIV-infected pregnant women in South Africa before and after delivery: A choice experiment THE CHANGING VIEWS OF HEALTH
Hae-Young Kim, Colleen Hanrahan, David Dowdy, Jonathan Golub, Neil Martinson, John Bridges
Pedestrian Crossing Choice on Cape Town's Freeways: Trading off Security and Safety
Mercy Dada, Mark Zuidgeest, Stephane Hess