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Heterogeneity in Decision Processes: Embedding Extremeness Aversion, Risk Attitude and Perceptual Conditioning in Multiple Heuristics Choice Making
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
The effect of HIV prevention products on incentives to supply unprotected commercial sex in South Africa
Matthew Quaife, Fern Terris-Prestholt, Maria Cabrera, Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, Robyn Eakle, Peter Vickerman
Is there a systematic relationship between random parameters and process heuristics?
Camila Balbontin, David A. Hensher, Andrew Collins
That's good enough! Satisficing in stated choice experiments
Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Danny Campbell
Multimodal travel groups and preference mode for different travel purpose: a latent class cluster analysis
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
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
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
Artificial Neural Networks as a means to accommodate decision rules in choice models
Ahmad Alwosheel, Sander van Cranenburgh, Caspar Chorus
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
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
Mikolaj Czajkowski, Christian Vossler, Wiktor Budzinski, Aleksandra Wisniewska, Ewa Zawojska
Secure or usable computers? Employees’ perceptions and trade-offs
Eric Molin, Kirsten Meeuwisse, Wolter Pieters, Caspar Chorus
Like a rolling stone? Heterogeneity in location preferences of early-stage technology based start-ups
Frank van Rijnsoever, Fenna Cerutti
Modelling awareness and consideration in mode choice: an application on the Rome – Milan corridor
Mauro Capurso, Stephane Hess, Thijs Dekker
Evaluating a data-driven approach for choice set identification
Danique Ton, Dorine Duives, Oded Cats, Serge Hoogendoorn
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
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
Choice modelling with time-varying attributes, with an application to train crowding
Andrew T Collins, David A Hensher
MODELLING ROUTE CHOICE USING MOBILE PHONE DATA: A CASE STUDY OF SENEGAL
Andrew Bwambale, Charisma F Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Revisiting the MDCEV utility function: origins, weak complementarity, minimum consumption and efficient welfare measurement
Thijs Dekker, Chiara Calastri, Andrew Daly, Stephane Hess
Decision field theory: improvements to current methodology and contrasts with standard choice modelling techniques
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
Left, right or random? Disentangling position bias from status quo effects
Kennet Christian Uggeldahl, Danny Campbell, Søren Bøye Olsen
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
Investigating the effects of stress on choices - Evidence from gap acceptance decisions of drivers in a simulator experiment
Evangelos Paschalidis, Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess
Testing the Consistency of Preferences in Discrete Choice Experiments: An Eye Tracking Study
Michelle S Segovia, Marco A Palma, Daniel E Chavez
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
Does the design of the environment affect the willingness to transfer between modes?
Alejandro M. Tudela, Carla Duran, Juan Antonio Carrasco, Arnoldo Tapia
Using a spatial error latent class approach to address spatial dependence in latent class membership
Danny Campbell, Wiktor Budziński, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Nick Hanley
Panel data for modelling dynamics in duration of outdoor leisure activities
Lissy La Paix, Md Saidul Azam Chowdhury, Karst T. Geurs
Exploring temporal and spatial preferences for climate change adaptation
Stephanie Mitchell, Danny Campbell, Frans de Vries, Seda Erdem
STRATEGIC USE OF EXTERNAL BENEFITS FOR ENTRY DETERRENCE: THE CASE OF A MOBILE TELEPHONY MARKET
Maciej Sobolewski, Mikołaj Czajkowski
Hybrid Choice Models vs. endogeneity of indicator variables: a Monte Carlo investigation
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
Estimation and validation of Hybrid choice models to identify which factors could affect the choice of the bicycle
Eleonora Sottile, Benedetta Sanjust di Teulada, Italo Meloni, Elisabetta Cherchi
Personality and Economic Choices
nick hanley, mikolaj czajkowski, christopher boyce
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
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
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
Exploring the Impact of Shared Mobility on California Millennials and Older Adults’ Travel Patterns
Giovanni Circella, Farzad Alemi, Patricia Mokhtarian
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
Dwelling and Residential Location Choice Models on Complete Market Data
Brett Smith, Doina Olaru, Stephane Hess, Matt Beck, Charisma Choudhury
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVISION AND ITS EFFECT ON BICYCLE MODE CHOICE
Oscar Arbeláez, Jorge Córdoba, Iván Sarmiento
Choice models with psychosocial attributes. Revealing some facts.
Alejandro M. Tudela, Arnoldo Tapia, Juan Antonio Carrasco
Disentangling status quo bias and zero-price effect for more robust estimation of welfare changes
Jeff Tjiong, Marek Giergiczny, Mikołaj Czajkowski, Stephane Hess
A Peek at the Future: Capturing the Anticipation Effects in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models
Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess