Presentations and Authors

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General Papers

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
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
Handling resolvable uncertainty from incomplete choice set scenarios - choice probabilities versus discrete choices
Morten Raun Mørkbak, Line Bjørnskov Pedersen, Riccardo Scarpa
Luis Pilli, Joffre Swait, Jose Afonso Mazzon
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
Hypothesis testing in discrete choice models: It’s more complicated than you think
Esra Suel, John Polak
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
Nathan Paul Kemper, Jennie Popp, Rodolfo M Nayga, Jr
Modelling choice sequences when options are geographically presented.
Harmen Oppewal, Ari Pramono
Optimal design of discrete choice experiments with partial profiles and a no-choice option
Roselinde Kessels, Daniel Palhazi Cuervo
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
Meta-analysis on the value of travel time savings in Africa
Collins Teye, Peter Davidson, Helen Porter
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
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
Discrete choice analysis of multidimensional risk attitude
Nathalie Picard, André de Palma, Sophie Dantan
Challenges in online updating of individual choice models for recommender systems or autonomous decision agents
Nicolo' Daina, Esra Suel, Charilaos Latinopoulos, John Polak
Temporal framing of SP choice experiments: does it affect valuations?
Stefanie Peer, Maria Börjesson
Household Daily Non-Mandatory Activity Participation and Duration Modeling Accounting for Person Level Budget Constraints
Rajesh Paleti, Abdul Pinjari