Analyzing the Preference for Non-exclusive Forms of Telecommuting: Modeling and Policy Implications
University of California Transportation Center, University of California, 1997 - Commuters - 24 pages
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adjusted p2 benefits of telecommuting binary logit model binary variable equal California Transportation Center categorical variable center versus center-based telecom center-based telecommuting choice to telecommute commute stress Constraint and facilitator Constraint/facilitator variables days a week decision to telecommute definition of preference demographic variables dependent variable desired frequency drive variables employees estimated explanatory variables facilitator variables factor forms of telecommuting his/her home and center household interaction hypothesized individual's preference interac Internal control job suitability manager support MNL model mode choice model structure Mokhtarian & Salomon Mokhtarian and Salomon muting from home office discipline overtime personal benefits positively correlated prefer home-based telecommuting prefer telecommuting preference for home-based preference to telecom preference to telecommute rank regular workplace sample Significant in Model significant variables strict preference telecenter telecommuting adoption telecommuting center telecommuting experience telecommuting from home telecommuting more frequently telecommuting preference University of California want to telecommute workaholic workplace interaction