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Theoretical Foundations of Travel Choice Modeling

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ISBN-10: 0080430627

ISBN-13: 9780080430621

Edition: 1998

Authors: Tommy G�rling, Thomas Laitila, Kerstin Westin

List price: $206.99
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This volume fulfills a long-felt need for a single text which documents the theoretical foundations of travel choice modeling. With contributions from a good cross-section of the leading researchers in the field, the work provides a valuable reference which will be of lasting interest and value. Divided into three parts, Microeconomic Theory, Behavioral Decision Theory and Statistical Theory, the book extends approaches to travel choice modeling beyond the consumer theory developed in economics by applying theories from the fields of geography, psychology and statistics and in doing so addresses two fundamental questions: what are the theoretical foundations of travel choice modeling and…    
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Book details

List price: $206.99
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
Publication date: 8/19/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 510
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Theoretical foundations of travel choice modeling: an introduction
Microeconomic Theory
Individual and collective decision making: application to travel choice
Time and income in travel choice: towards a microeconomic activity-based theoretical framework
Extending valuation to controlled value functions and non-uniform scaling with generalized unobserved variances
The end of equilibrium
Microeconomic theory: a commentatory
Behavioral Decision Theory
The perspective from behavioural decision theory on modeling travel choice
Travel choice in congestions: modeling and research needs
Bounded rationality in commuter decision dynamics: incorporating trip chaining in departure time and route switching decisions
Time in travel choice modeling: from relative obscurity to center stage
Two computational process models of activity-travel choice
Information representation for driver decision support systems
Can we ever obtain the data we would like to have?
Behavioral decision theory: problems and prospects
Statistical Theory
Measuring willingness-to-pay for transportation improvements
A model of household choice of activity participation and mobility
Household travel surveys: new perspectives and old problems
Multiple imputation methodology for missing data, non-random response, and panel attritition
Forecasting demand for new travel alternatives
Statistical theory: summary and future research possibilities
Subject index
Name index