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Thomas Guerrero Barbosa
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Characterizing the impact of discrete indicators to correct for endogeneity in discrete choice models2022
Thomas Guerrero Barbosa
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Addressing endogeneity in strategic urban mode choice models2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Battery electric vehicle adoption in Denmark and Sweden: Recent changes, related factors and policy implications2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Classification of potential electric vehicle purchasers: A machine learning approach2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Heterogeneity in departure time preferences, flexibility and schedule constraints2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Impact of trust and travel experiences on the value of travel time savings for autonomous driving2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Role of perception of bicycle infrastructure on the choice of the bicycle as a train feeder mode2021
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Mobility needs, activity patterns and activity flexibility: How subjective and objective constraints influence mode choice2020
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
The effect of leftward bias on visual attention for driving tasks2020
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
The habit-driven life: Accounting for inertia in departure time choices for commuting trips2020
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Where and why do firms choose to move? Empirical evidence from Norway2020
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Estimation and validation of hybrid choice models to identify the role of perception in the choice to cycle2019
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
On de-bunking 'Fake News' in a post truth era: Special editorial2019
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
The role of intention as mediator between latent effects and behavior: application of a hybrid choice model to study departure time choices2019
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Commuters’ attitudes and norms related to travel time and punctuality: A psychographic segmentation to reduce congestion2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Estimating the value of risk reductions for car drivers when pedestrians are involved: a case study in Spain2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Individuals’ decisions in the presence of multiple goals2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Using eye track devices to understand individual decisions process in stated preferences experiments: an application to the choice of electric vehicles2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Virtual Immersive Reality for Stated Preference Travel Behaviour Experiments: A Case Study of Autonomous Vehicles on Urban Roads2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Workshop Synthesis: Data analytics and fusion in a world of multiple sensing and information capture mechanisms2018
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
A stated choice experiment to measure the effect of informational and normative conformity in the preference for electric vehicles2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Innovation adoption modeling in transportation: New models and data2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Modelling correlation patterns in mode choice models estimated on multiday travel data2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Predicting the Potential Market for Electric Vehicles2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Simulation evaluation of emerging estimation techniques for mixed multinomial probit models2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Testing for inertia effect when a new tram is implemented2017
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Accounting for the Theory of Planned Behaviour in departure time choice2016
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Does habitual behavior affect the choice of alternative fuel vehicles?2016
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
How flexible is flexible? Accounting for the effect of rescheduling possibilities in departure time choice2016
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
A hybrid discrete choice model to assess the effect of awareness and attitude towards environmentally friendly travel modes2015
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Measuring soft measures within a stated preference survey: the effect of pollution and stress from traffic in the mode choice2015
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
The effect of attitudes on reference-dependent preferences: Estimation and validation for the case of alternative-fuel vehicles2015
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Workshop synthesis: Stated preference surveys and experimental design, an Audit of the journey so far and future research perspectives2015
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
A long panel survey to elicit variation in preferences and attitudes in the choice of electric vehicles.2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Effects of Land Use Patterns on Tour Type Choice. Application of a Hybrid Choice Model2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Exploring the role of social influence variables on travel behaviour2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
The latent effect of inertia in the modal choice2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Transport Research Needs2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Understanding variability, habit and the effect of long period activity plan in modal choices: A day-to-day, week-to-week analysis on panel data2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Valuation of travel time savings for intercity travel: the Madrid-Barcelona2014
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
How urban environment affects travel behavior: integrated choice and latent variable model for travel schedules2013
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
On the stability of preferences and attitudes before and after experiencing an electric vehicle2013
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Within individual variation in preferences: equity effects of congestion charges2013
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
A Monte Carlo experiment to analyse the curse of dimensionality in estimating random coefficients models with a full variance-covariance matrix2012
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Maximum simulated likelihood and expectation-maximization methods to estimate random coefficients logit with panel data2012
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Modelling Individual Preferences, State of the Art, Recent Advances and Future Directions2012
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Accounting for inertia in modal choices: some new evidence using RP/SP dataset2011
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Econometric Effects of Utility Order-Preserving Transformations in Discrete Choice Models2011
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
On the treatment of the repeated observations in panel data: efficiency of Mixed Logit parameter estimates2011
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
On the use of mixed RP/SP models in prediction: accounting for systematic random taste heterogeneity2011
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Assessment of regeneration projects in urban areas of environmental interest: a stated choice approach to estimate use and quasi-option values2010
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Can mixed logit infer the actual data generating process? Some implications for environmental assessment2010
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Defining Interalternative Error Structures for Joint Revealed Preference-Stated Preference Modeling: New Evidence2010
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Validation and forecasts in models estimated from multiday travel survey2010
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Assessment of User Benefits in Presence of Random Taste Heterogeneity: Comparison of Parametric and Nonparametric Models2009
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Estimating random coefficient logit models with full covariance matrix: comparing performance of mixed logit and Laplace approximation methods2009
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Empirical identification in the mixed logit model: analysing the effect of data richness2008
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Income, time effect and direct preferences in a multimodal choice context: application of mixed RP/SP models with non-linear utilities2006
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
On fitting mode specific constants in the presence of new options in RP/SP models2006
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Use of Mixed Revealed-Preference and Stated-Preference Models with Nonlinear Effects in Forecasting2006
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Assessing User Benefits with Discrete Choice Models: Implications of Specification Errors Under Random Taste Heterogeneity2005
Professor Elisabetta Cherchi
Mixed RP/SP models incorporating interaction effects: Modelling new suburban train services in Cagliari2002