In a 'hyper competitive context’ (D'Aveni 1994), a major issue for enterprises is the strategic use of logistics capability to gain create and leverage value in the marketplace. Management is now appreciating that a logistics ...
Beck, Matthew J; Rose, John M; Hensher, David A(2011-06)
While there has been extensive literature on the concept of
congestion there have been very few studies that explore road
pricing as a function of vehicle emissions. A growing global
focus on environmental concerns, in ...
Hensher, David A; Rose, John M; Li, Zheng(2011-07)
The opportunity to have seven data sets associated with a stated
choice experiment that are very similar in content and design is
rare, and provides an opportunity to look in detail at the
empirical evidence within and ...
Individuals processing the information in a stated choice
experiment are typically assumed to evaluate each and every
attribute offered within and between alternatives and to
choose their most preferred alternative. It ...
A growing number of empirical studies involve the assessment
of influences on a choice amongst ordered discrete alternatives.
Ordered logit and probit models are well known, including
extensions to accommodate random ...
Jou, Rong-Chang; Hensher, David A; Chen, Ke-Hung(2005-12)
The route choice behaviour on freeways between Taipei and
Taichung in Taiwan under real-time traffic information
provision is investigated. Two types of route choice
mechanisms (the best-route and habitual-route) are ...
Three concurrent demographic shifts, the aging of the
population, and increase in incomes and an increase in health
of senior citizens, are likely to cause significant changes to
travel demand structures. An increasing ...
Jou, Rong-Chang; Lam, Soi-Hoi; Hensher, David A; Kuo, Chung-Wei(2006-01)
A game theoretic model, integrated with passenger’s
international choice behaviour, for the competition
between international airlines is developed and used to
identify the role of competing service quality. The