Qualitative Choice Analysis: Theory, Econometrics, and an Application to Automobile Demand (Transportation Studies) download epub
by Kenneth Train
It is first of all a comprehensive but concise text that covers the recently developed and widely applicable methods of qualitative choice analysis.
PDF On Jul 1, 1987, Kenneth Train and others published Qualitative Choice Analysis-Theory, Econometrics and an. .The demand model considers the demand of urban households or individuals for automobiles and predicts it by establishing a demand function
PDF On Jul 1, 1987, Kenneth Train and others published Qualitative Choice Analysis-Theory, Econometrics and an Application to Automobile Demand. The demand model considers the demand of urban households or individuals for automobiles and predicts it by establishing a demand function. The demand model can be divided into two categories: disaggregate and aggregate. The disaggregate method focuses on family and individual choices. Exploration of Sustainable Urban Transportation Development in China through the Forecast of Private Vehicle Ownership.
Qualitative choice analysis: Theory, econometrics, and an application . D McFadden, WB Tye, K Train.
Qualitative choice analysis: Theory, econometrics, and an application to automobile demand. An application of diagnostic tests for the independence from irrelevant alternatives property of the multinomial logit model. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, 1977. Utility in willingness to pay space: a tool to address confounding random scale effects in destination choice to the Alps. R Scarpa, M Thiene, K Train. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90 (4), 994-1010, 2008.
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665 666 666. Qualitative Choice Analysis - Theory, Econoaetrics and an Application to Automobile. Demand KENNETH TRAIN MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986. The book is one of a series in transportation studies, so it is perhaps not surprising that most of the examples cited are in this field.
This book addresses two significant research areas in an interdependent fashion. It is first of all a comprehensive but concise text that covers the recently developed and widely applicable methods of qualitative choice analysis, illustrating the general theory through simulation models of automobile demand and use. It is also a detailed study of automobile demand and use, presenting forecasts based on these powerful new techniques. The book develops the general principles that underlie qualitative choice models that are now being applied in numerous fields in addition to transportation, such as housing, labor, energy, communications, and criminology. The general form, derivation, and estimation of qualitative choice models are explained, and the major models - logit, probit, and GEV - are discussed in detail. And continuous/discrete models are introduced. In these, qualitative choice methods and standard regression techniques are combined to analyze situations that neither alone can accurately forecast.Summarizing previous research on auto demand, the book shows how qualitative choice methods can be used by applying them to specific auto-related decisions as the aggregate of individuals' choices. The simulation model that is constructed is a significant improvement over older models, and should prove more useful to agencies and organizations requiring accurate forecasting of auto demand and use for planning and policy development. The book concludes with an actual case study based on a model designed for the investigations of the California Energy Commission.
Qualitative Choice Analysis is included in The MIT Press Transportation Studies Series, edited by Marvin L. Manheim.