CMC members attend ICMC 2022

Members of CMC attended the International Choice Modelling Conference last week in Iceland. We presented/co-authored 27 presentations, with the full list given below. Further slides will be added in due course.


Paper title Authors (CMC members in bold) Links to slides
A choice modelling analysis of pro-environmental behaviour spillover Gloria Amaris, Stepan Vesely and Stephane Hess slides
A comparison of designs of two-attribute VTT SP-experiments and implications for future studies Marco Kouwenhoven, Sebastiaan Thoen, Jeroen Muller, Gerard de Jong and Sander van Cranenburgh slides
A model of demand for cars in The Netherlands based on data from the person, household and vehicle registers Marco Kouwenhoven, Gerard de Jong, Gijs van Eck, Jasper Willigers, Sebastiaan Thoen and Larissa Eggers slides
A multi-country panel study of behaviour, attitudes and expectations during the COVID-19 pandemic Gloria Amaris, Fangqing Song, Chiara Calastri, Stephane Hess, Matthew Beck, Mark Zuidgeest, Roger Behrens, Hazvinei Tsitsi Tamuka Moyo and Julián Arellana
A new shifted log-normal distribution for mitigating ‘exploding’ implicit prices in mixed multinomial logit models Romain Crastes Dit Sourd slides
Accounting for distance-based correlations among alternatives in the context of spatial choice modelling using high resolution mobility data Panagiotis Tsoleridis, Stephane Hess and Charisma Choudhury slides
Accounting for the global heterogeneity in attitudes and perceptions towards new alternatives in mode choice models Fangqing Song, Thomas Hancock, Arash Kalatian and Charisma Choudhury slides
Drivers of Health Disparities and Consequences for COVID-19 Vaccine Choices: Modelling Health Preference Heterogeneity among Underserved Populations Eline Van Den Broek-Altenburg, Jamie Benson, Adam Atherly and Stephane Hess
Estimating customer, product, and brand expected value using multiple discrete-continuous extreme value (MDCEV) models David Palma, Rodrigo Heldt and Rodrigo Tapia slides
Exploring status quo effects in stated preference experiments: A meta style analysis Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Tobias Börger, Danny Campbell, Romain Crastes Dit Sourd, Mikolaj Czajkowski, Stephane Hess, Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Søren Bøye Olsen, Henrik Lindhjem, Petr Mariel and Jürgen Meyerhoff slides
Extensions of Decision Field Theory: application to health economics, taste heterogeneity, and decision rule heterogeneity David Meester, Stephane Hess, John Buckell and Thomas Hancock slides
Heterogeneity in activity participation: A comparative analysis of Multinomial logit model (MNL) and multiple discrete-continuous choice model (MDCEV) Khatun Zannat, Charisma Choudhury, Stephane Hess and Juan-Antonio Carrasco slides
In-depth, Breadth-first or Both? Toward the Development of a RUM-DFT Discrete Choice Model Gabriel Nova, Angelo Guevara Cue and Stephane Hess slides
Investigating Passenger Information Needs for Hybrid Public Transport Network Journey Planning Bianca Ryseck, Mark Zuidgeest, Roger Behrens and Stephane Hess
Is your model the best? Mitigating risk through averaging across different analysts’ competing models. Thomas Hancock, Stephane Hess and Charisma Choudhury slides
Modelling joint activity engagement: exploring the influence of the characteristics of social network members Shuwei Lin, Chiara Calastri, Stephane Hess, Aravinda Ramakrishnan Srinivasan and Matthias Kowald slides
Modelling mobility profiles of public transport passengers during the pandemic of COVID-19 using smart card data Maximiliano Lizana, Charisma Choudhury and David Watling
Modelling the drivers of shifts in occupation during the Covid-19 pandemic using passive mobility data sources Arash Kalatian, Charisma Choudhury, Ed Manley and Peter Baudains
Port choice analysis in Brazil: a comparison between discrete choice models and machine learning algorithms Felipe Souza, Cira Pitombo, Gerard de Jong and Luiz Lucas slides
Quantum choice models leap out of the laboratory: capturing real-world behavioural change. Thomas Hancock, Charisma Choudhury, Joan Walker and Stephane Hess slides
Understanding preferences for COVID-19 vaccination: results from a unique longitudinal stated choice study covering 18 countries across 6 continents Stephane Hess and 41 co-authors slides
Using a mathematical representation of brain processes to explain choices: introducing the free energy principle to mainstream choice modelling Stephane Hess, Thomas Hancock, Charisma Choudhury, Faisal Mushtaq, Mark Mon-Williams, Michiel Bliemer, Matthew Beck and Muhammad Fayyaz slides
Using social media data to investigate perceptions towards autonomous vehicles around the world Arash Kalatian, Fangqing Song, He Wang and Charisma Choudhury slides
Using the extended Multiple Discrete Continuous model to predict kilometres travelled by mode David Palma, Stephane Hess, Joseph Molloy and Kay Axhausen slides
Welfare analysis when income and prices are included in discrete choice models Thijs Dekker, Paul Koster and Richard Batley
Women’s labour market participation and its link with attitudes towards gender roles in the family Chiara Calastri, Stephane Hess, Gurleen Popli and Jennifer Roberts slides