A dynamic model of car fuel type choice and mobility
Leo van Wissen, Thomas F. Golob, University of California, Irvine. Institute of Transportation Studies, Bureau Goudappel en Coffeng, Netherlands. Rijkswaterstaat. Dienst Verkeerskunde
Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Irvine, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 41 pages
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benzine diesel l.p.g. benzine Fuel Type calculated car fuel type car mobility car usage causal cheaper fuel type coefﬁcients commuting distance conditioning effects continuous variable diesel Fuel Type diesel l.p.g. Fuel direct effect direct elasticity dummy variables effects of cheaper elasticity of commuting endogenous variables estimated variance expensive fuel ﬁrst ﬁxed work location fuel type category fuel type choice Fuel Type Fuel FuelType FuelType FuelType Golob inﬂuence initial conditions invariant factors invariant Time invariant kilometrage and commuting KM Comm KM Fuel Type KM Year KM l.p.g. Fuel Type lagged effects latent variables LP.G measurement model Meurs multivariate normally distributed Netherlands normally distributed ordered probit particular fuel type percent percentage change pooling subsample rail season tickets result sample statistics simultaneous equation single-car households Submatrix T-value Table 2A tobit variable total effects Total Elasticities Travel Behavior travel generating effect travel subsidy Type Fuel Type Type Year KM variance-covariance matrix Wissen yearly kilometrage