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David A. Hensher

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David A. Hensher

This chapter discusses a few current and emerging themes that have an economics focus in supporting advice to decision makers. We begin with a holistic context-setting discussion of thinking about the integration of transport and land use planning to inform transport policy, followed by an overview of themes that can better inform this integrative framework. These are the wider economic impacts (WEI) of transport initiatives, and the role of road pricing reform to internalise negative externalities.

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Demi Chung and David A. Hensher

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David A. Hensher and Zheng Li

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David A. Hensher and Demi Chung

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Edited by John Stanley and David A. Hensher

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John Stanley and David A. Hensher

This chapter introduces the purpose of the book and outlines its structure. It explains how each chapter seeks to both frame the current and emerging state of play in its field and then suggest research topics that will help further the development of more effective transport policies. The importance of integrated approaches to transport policy and planning is a common theme, both within the transport sector and to areas like land use, housing and related matters. Disruptive change, another common theme of the book, only serves to emphasize the importance of integrated thinking.

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Edited by John Stanley and David A. Hensher

Everyone has an opinion on transport: it significantly affects daily lives. This book highlights key transport opportunities and challenges, and identifies research requirements to inform policy discussion and support better societal outcomes. It does this by scanning across modes, continents, technologies and socio-economic settings, looking for common threads, points of difference and opportunities to make a difference. The book should appeal to prospective post-graduate students, professionals in transport and related fields, and those interested in better places and good discussions.
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David A. Hensher and John M. Rose

Choice modelling is an area of growing popularity as many researchers and consultants seek to find better ways to explain the choices made by individuals, households and firms in many application contexts such as transportation, health services, environmental science, marketing, finance, economics, tourism, vacationing, education and employment. Choice modelling as a field began as long ago as 1927 but it was the research in the 1960s and 1970s that cemented the field as a dominant one for studying choice. This authoritative research review brings together seminal papers that laid out the main features of the booming literature on discrete choice modelling.