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A green reform is not always green |
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74 |
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A link based network route choice model with unrestricted choice set |
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93 |
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286 |

A link based network route choice model with unrestricted choice set |
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331 |

A nested recursive logit model for route choice analysis |
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99 |
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A note on identification in discrete choice models with partial observability |
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49 |
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A perturbed utility route choice model |
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A practical test for the choice of mixing distribution in a discrete choice model |
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535 |

A practical test for the choice of mixing distribution in discrete choice models |
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A regression model of product differentiation |
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A theory of the perturbed consumer with general budgets |
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68 |
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209 |

Additive measures of travel time variability |
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66 |

An approach to the estimation of the distribution of marginal valuations from discrete choice data |
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47 |
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137 |

Automation and the Value of Time in Passenger Transport |
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39 |
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73 |

Bikeability and the induced demand for cycling |
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CONTROL DILUTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF OWNERSHIP |
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261 |
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1,060 |

Catching the Tail: Empirical Identification of the Distribution of the Value of Travel Time |
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39 |

Choice Probability Generating Functions |
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165 |

Choice probability generating functions |
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154 |
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471 |

Circumventing the problem of the scale: discrete choice models with multiplicative error terms |
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71 |
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184 |

Commuting for meetings |
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Competing methods for representing random taste heterogeneity in discrete choice models |
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124 |
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Congestion costs in bottleneck equilibrium with stochastic capacity and demand |
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77 |
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215 |

Congestion in a city with a central bottleneck |
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22 |

Congestion in a city with a central bottleneck |
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Congestion in a city with a central bottleneck |
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57 |
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118 |

Congestion in a city with a central bottleneck |
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Congestion in the bathtub |
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Cost benefit-analysis of a transport improvement in the case of search unemployment |
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71 |
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233 |

Cost overruns and demand shortfalls – deception or selection? |
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34 |
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Cost-benefit analysis of transport improvements in the presence of spillovers, matching and an income tax |
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Cost-benefit analysis of transport improvements in the presence of spillovers, matching and an income tax |
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Cost-benefit rules for transport projects when labor supply is endogenous and taxes are distortionary |
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70 |
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187 |

Deconvoluting preferences and errors: a model for binomial panel data |
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35 |
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134 |

Demand Models for Differentiated Goods with Complementarity and Substitutability |
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110 |
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210 |

Demand systems for market shares |
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123 |
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156 |

Discrete Choice and Rational Inattention: A General Equivalence Result |
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40 |
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61 |

Discrete Choice and Rational Inattention: a General Equivalence Result |
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29 |
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Discrete Choice and Rational Inattention: a General Equivalence Result |
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Discrete Choice and Rational Inattention: a General Equivalence Result� |
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38 |
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Discrete choices and the trade off between money and time: Another test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences |
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61 |
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288 |

Discrete choices and the trade-off between money and time: A test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences |
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83 |
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Dynamic and Static congestion models: A review |
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123 |
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Easy and flexible mixture distributions |
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Emergence of a urban traffic macroscopic fundamental diagram |
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33 |
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65 |

Emergence of an Urban Traffic Macroscopic Fundamental Diagram |
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Endogenous Scheduling Preferences and Congestion |
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Generalized entropy models |
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Generalized entropy models |
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34 |
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Hedonic preferences, symmetric loss aversion and the willingness to pay-willingness to accept gap |
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How McFadden met Rockafellar and learnt to do more with less |
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How a fast lane may replace a congestion toll |
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Hypercongestion in downtown metropolis |
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Identification of a class of index models: A topological approach |
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Identification of a class of index models: A topological approach |
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Information provision by regulated public transport companies |
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Information provision by regulated public transport companies |
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Invariance of the distribution of the maximum |
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Invariance of the distribution of the maximum |
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Investigating the distribution of the value of travel time savings |
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Investigating the distribution of the value of travel time savings |
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121 |
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Joint models for noise annoyance and WTP for road noise reduction |
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132 |
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Leverage and Deepening. Business Cycle Skewness |
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Manipulating a stated choice experiment |
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Modeling the relation between income and commuting distance |
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Modeling the relation between income and commuting distance |
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33 |
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Neoclassical versus frontier production models? Testing for the skewness of regression residuals |
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Nontransitive Preferences and Stochastic Rationalizability: A Behavioral Equivalence |
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On the relation between the mean and variance of delay in dynamic queues with random capacity and demand |
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Optimism bias in project appraisal: deception or selection? |
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126 |
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Random queues and risk averse users |
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49 |
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Response Time Patterns in a Stated Choice Experiment |
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Road Pricing with Complication |
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47 |
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Route choice, travel time variability, and rational inattention |
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SPECIFICATION OF A MODEL TO MEASURE - THE VALUE OF TRAVEL TIME SAVINGS FROM BINOMIAL DATA |
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SPECIFICATION OF A MODEL TO MEASURE THE VALUE OF TRAVEL TIME SAVINGS FROM BINOMIAL DATA |
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Some Remarks on CCP-based Estimators of Dynamic Models |
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Speed and income |
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Speed and income |
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The Inverse Product Differentiation Logit Model |
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The Inverse Product Differentiation Logit Model |
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158 |

The Inverse Product Differentiation Logit Model |
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The Valuation of Travel Time Variability |
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The cost of travel time variability: three measures with properties |
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51 |
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The dynamics of urban traffic congestion and the price of parking |
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66 |
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141 |

The dynamics of urban traffic congestion and the price of parking� |
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100 |
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160 |

The value of headway for a scheduled service |
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34 |
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130 |

The value of reliability |
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212 |
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1,373 |

The value of travel time variance |
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42 |
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141 |

Travel time variability and rational inattention |
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32 |
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Travel time variability and rational inattention |
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1 |
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Trip timing and scheduling preferences |
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55 |
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129 |

Trip-timing decisions with traffic incidents |
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35 |
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65 |

Unit income elasticity of the value of travel time savings |
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273 |
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1,054 |

Using nonparametrics to specify a model to measure the value of travel time |
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35 |
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158 |

Using prospect theory to investigate the low marginal value of travel time for small time changes |
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45 |
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130 |

Valuing travel time variability: Characteristics of the travel time distribution on an urban road |
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141 |
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414 |

Workers' marginal costs of commuting |
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117 |
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276 |

Total Working Papers |
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8 |
61 |
6,176 |
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42 |
238 |
17,684 |