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ICMC 2021 online event

As the 7th International Choice Modelling Conference (Reykjavik, Iceland) had to be moved to 23-25 May 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we held a mini event 1 year before the conference, with a focus on using choice modelling to understand behaviour in a Covid-19 context. Recordings and slides from this mini event can be viewed below

Day 1 video

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Day 1 slides

Tomás Rossetti [1](Cornell University) Analyzing COVID-19 customer behavior in retail environments

Adrian Meister [2] (ETH Zurich) In-store or online grocery shopping before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mesfin Genie [3] (University of Aberdeen) Me versus we: what do moral attitudes tell us about public preferences for lockdown measures?

Aemiro Melkamu Daniel [4] (Delft University of Technology) Self-interest motives, positional concerns and distributional considerations in individual decision-making

Thijs van de Wiel [5] (Delft University of Technology) Impacts of COVID-19 Risk Perceptions on Train Travel Decisions: A Hierarchical Information Integration Analysis

Vicente Iglesias [6] (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Effect of pandemic COVID-19 on transport mode choice, case of Santiago-Chile.

Full list of authors:

[1] Tomás Rossetti, So-Yeon Yoon, Ricardo A. Daziano

[2] Adrian Meister, Caroline Winkler, Basil Schmid, Kay W. Axhausen

[3] Mesfin Genie, Luis Enrique Loria-Rebolledo, Shantini Paranjothy, Daniel Powell, Mandy Ryan, Ruben Andreas Sakowsky, Verity Watson

[4] Aemiro Melkamu Daniel, (Job) NJA van Exel, Caspar Chorus

[5] Thijs van de Wiel, Oded Cats, Sanmay Shelat, Eric Molin, Hans van Lint

[6] Vicente Iglesias, Sebastián Raveau

Day 2 video


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Day 2 slides

Stephane Hess [7] (University of Leeds) COVID-19 vaccination preferences: a unique international comparison using stated choice surveys across 18 countries/territories and six continents

John Rose [8] (University of Technology Sydney) Are Preferences for Covid Vaccines Normally Distributed? No, not normally…

Joe Mitchell-Nelson [9] (University of Oregon) Unexpected effects of national social insurance on support for county-level health policies: Evidence from a choice experiment

José Ignacio Hernández [10] (Delft University of Technology) Citizen preferences for relaxing COVID-19 lockdown measures in the Netherlands: evidence from two choice experiments.

Sara Khoeini [11] (Arizona State University) A Latent Variable Structural Equations Model of Expected Change in US Air Travel after the COVID-19 Pandemic

Camila Balbontin [12] (University of Sydney) Advanced modelling of commuter choice model and work from home during COVID-19 restrictions in Australia

Rico Krueger [13] (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Change in activity and travel behaviour of London Underground users during and post COVID-19 pandemic

Full list of authors:

[7] Stephane Hess, Emily Lancsar, Petr Mariel, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Fangqing Song, Eline van den Broek-Altenburg, Olufunke A. Alaba, Gloria Amaris, Julián Arellana, Leonardo J. Basso, Jamie Benson, Luis Bravo-Moncayo, Olivier Chanel, Syngjoo Choi, Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Helena Bettella Cybis, Zack Dorner, Paolo Falco, Luis Garzón-Pérez, Kathryn Glass, Luis A. Guzman, Zhiran Huang, Elisabeth Huynh, Bongseop Kim, Abisai Konstantinus, Iyaloo Konstantinus, Ana Margarita Larranaga, Alberto Longo, Becky P.Y. Loo, Hazvinei Tamuka Moyo, Malte Oehlmann, Vikki O'Neill, Juan de Dios Ortúzar, María José Sanz Sánchez, Olga L. Sarmiento, Steven Tucker, Yacan Wang, Edward Webb, Junyi Zhang, Mark Zuidgeest

[8] John Rose

[9] Joe Mitchell-Nelson, Trudy Ann Cameron

[10] José Ignacio Hernández, Niek Mouter, Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Anatol Itten, Sander van Cranenburgh, Caspar Chorus

[11] Sara Khoeini, Shivam Sharda, Denise Capasso da Silva, Ram Pendyala, Matthew Wigginton Conway, Deborah Salon, Rishabh Singh Chauhan, Sybil Derrible, Ehsan Rahimi, Ali Shamshiripour, Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian

[12] Camila Balbontin, David A. Hensher,  Matthew J. Beck

[13] Prateek Bansal, Rico Krueger, Roselinde Kessels, Daniel J. Graham