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  • A stated choice model of sequential mode and destination choice behaviour for shopping trips
  • Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Logit model ; Preference ; Probability ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Trip
  • Encouraging walking : the case of journey-to-school trips in compact urban areas
  • Children ; Educational establishment ; Form of transport ; Mode choice ; Trip ; Urban transport
  • This study of the journey-to-school trip is motivated by a general consensus that, to effect a more sustainable transport system, there is a necessity to reduce car use. The AA. report on an empirical study which fuses psychometric and econometric
  • analyses in an attempt to uncover the psychological and sociological factors influencing modal choice.
  • A model of multi-purpose shopping trip behavior
  • Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Model ; Multi-purpose trip ; Probability ; Shopping trip choice ; Simulation ; Spatial choice
  • Modelling sequential choice processes : the case of two-stop trip chaining
  • Consumer behaviour ; Forecast;Prediction ; Model ; Shopping centre ; Spatial choice ; Trip ; Utility function
  • Leisure trips of senior citizens : determinants of modal choice
  • Car ; Elderly people ; Leisure ; Logit model ; Mode choice ; Netherlands (The) ; Residential environment ; Retired people ; Transport ; Trip
  • The paper examines the mobility of senior citizens with respect to various leisure activities, an area that has remained under-exposed. The analysis shows that older people prefer to take the car for trips in their leisure time. If they own
  • a vehicle, they tend to use it frequently, irrespective of where they live. Characteristics of the residential environment mainly infleunce the modal choice of seniors who do not have a car of their own. Public transport is primarily used as a substitute
  • Alternative approaches to trip distribution modelling : a retrospective review and suggestions for combining different approaches
  • Aggregation ; Land use ; Model ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial distribution ; Transport ; Trip ; Utility fonction
  • An empirical evaluation of parameter sensitivity to choice set definition in shopping destination choice models
  • Decision ; Florida ; Location ; Market area ; Probability ; Retail trade ; Sensitivity analysis ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Store ; United States of America
  • Chain image and store-choice modeling : the effects of income and race
  • Competition ; Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Enquiry ; Model ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Supermarket;Store;Hypermarket
  • The subject of the analysis is the choice of supermarkets for major grocery shopping. Evidence is presented through the use of descriptive statistics from a sample of consumers and through several store-choice model calibrations that chain image
  • is an important determinant of store choice. The effects of people's income and race on their store selection are studied.
  • Behaviour ; Decision ; Leisure ; Model ; Netherlands (The) ; Outdoor recreation ; Simulation ; Spatial choice ; Tourism ; Trip
  • into account many facets of outdoor leisure trips and mutual dependencies among these facets and among subsequent leisure trips. Microsimulation offers the opportunity to build more comprehensive models of leisure choices by combining behavioural hypotheses
  • The majority of models used in the outdoor leisure planning practice today lack the sophistication required to gain insight into individual tourist trip patterns. This thesis therefore aimed to develop and test a microsimulation model taking
  • A selection bias approach to destination choice
  • Consumer behaviour ; Distance ; Error ; Model ; Simulation ; Spatial choice ; Statistics ; Trip ; Utility fonction
  • In the presence of correlation between error terms in set delineation and choice selection, statistical estimators are biased (selection bias). An alternative two-stage method is proposed to estimate parameters of set delineation and choice
  • An unconditional competing risk hazard model of consumer store-choice dynamics
  • Consumer behaviour ; Model ; Probability ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial interaction
  • This model is developed and tested as an alternative to the negative binomial and Dirichlet models of store choice introduced in the urban planning literature by Wrigley and Dunn. The hazard model is more flexible in that various distributions can
  • be incorporated into the model, leading to different store choice dynamics. An empirical example, based on Nielson scanner panel data for Springfield, Missouri, is provided to illustrate the modelling approach.
  • Data from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada have indicated that travel time from home to grocery store is affected by three aspects of a trip : the number of shops, the number of trip purposes, and the order of a shopping stop. The effects of such multiple
  • stops on the distance from home to a store is crucial for understanding spatial patterns of retail choice. - (SGA)
  • Behaviour ; Commuting ; Form of transport ; Mode choice ; Multivariate analysis ; Netherlands (The) ; Residential environment ; Transport ; Travel time ; Trip
  • By using data from the 1998 Netherlands National Travel Survey, the AA. consider travel time associated with trip purpose and transport mode and show that sociodemographic factors and residential context influence daily travel time.
  • Conceptual foundations of spatial choice models
  • Allocation ; Consumption ; Probability ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Spatial economy ; Utility function
  • Modelling the effects of shopping centre size and store variety on consumer choice behaviour
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Preference ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Shopping trip choice
  • of the individual within these centres. The approach is implemented in choice experiments, one on food shopping and one on shopping for clothing and shoes.
  • Modeling store choices with cross-sectional and pooled cross-sectional data: a comparison
  • Accessibility ; Belgium ; Consumer behaviour ; Distance travelled ; Logit model ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Trip
  • Travel-time constraints on destination-choice sets
  • Consumer behaviour ; Logit model ; Origin-destination ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Simulation ; Spatial choice ; Statistics ; Trip
  • The dynamics of outgoing tourism: potentials and threats of holiday travel and destination choices
  • Demand ; Economic impact ; Holidays ; Netherlands (The) ; Recreation migration ; Supply ; Tourism ; Tourism potential ; Tourist flow ; Trip
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Probability ; Spatial choice ; Transport cost ; Trip
  • The A. develops and explores probability-based decision strategies for the consumer spatial search problem. They extend experimental and analytical work in psychology on repeated choice among alternatives. The models encompass a wide range
  • An assessment of the space-time differential model for aggregate trip behavior to planned suburban shopping centers
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Distance ; Gravity model ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Shopping trip choice ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; Trip