Latest publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals (RRM and Non-RRM)

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. & Alwosheel, A. (2019). “An artificial neural network based approach to investigate travellers’ decision rules”. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 98(1), 152 -166.

Pudāne, B., Rataj, M., Molin, E.J.E., Mouter, N., Van Cranenburgh, S. & Chorus, C.G. (2019). "How will automated vehicles shape users’ daily activities? Insights from focus groups with commuters in the Netherlands". Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. In press.

Van Cranenburgh, S. & Bliemer, M.C.J.(2018). “Information theoretic-based sampling of observations”. Journal of Choice Modelling. In press.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. Rose, J. M. & & Chorus, C. G. (2018). “On the robustness of efficient experimental designs towards the underlying decision rule”. Transportation Research Part A, 109(0), 50-64.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. & Chorus, C. G. (2018). “Does The Decision Rule Matter For Large-Scale Transport Models?”. Transportation Research Part A, in press.

 

Chorus, C. G. & Van Cranenburgh, S. (2018). “Specification of regret-based models of choice behaviour: formal analyses and experimental design based evidence—commentary”. Transportation, 45(1), 247-256.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S., & Dekker, T. (2018). “Special issue of the 5th Symposium of the European Association of Research in Transportation”. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 18(1), 1-3.

 

Mouter, N., Van Cranenburgh, S. & Van Wee, B. (2018). “Consumer-Citizen Duality in Transport: Why Citizens Prefer Safety and Consumers Desire Speed?”. Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting (No. 18-03109).

 

Mouter, N., Ojeda Cabral, M., Dekker, T. & Van Cranenburgh (2018). “The Valuation of Environmental Effects and Travel Time from a Consumer and Citizen Perspective”. Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting (No. 18-04417).

 

De Looff, E., Correia, G.H.A., Van Cranenburgh, S., Snelder, M. & Van Arem, B. (2018). “Potential Changes in Value of Travel Time as a Result of Vehicle Automation: a Case Study in the Netherlands?” (No. 18-03109).

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. & Chorus, C. G. (2017). “Willingness to Pay-inference in the absence of rejected propositions”. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 39, 35-42.

 

Mouter, N., Van Cranenburgh, S. & Van Wee, B. (2017). “An empirical assessment of Dutch citizens' preferences for spatial equality in the context of a national transport investment plan”. Journal of Transport Geography, 60, 217-230.

 

Kroesen, M. & Van Cranenburgh, S. (2016). “Revealing transition patterns between mono-and multimodal travel patterns over time: A mover-stayer model”. EJTIR, 16(4), 754-771.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. (2016). “Short-term responses of Dutch vacationers to a sharp increase in transport costs”. Current Issues in Tourism, 1-20.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. & Prato, C.G. (2016). “On the robustness of Random Regret Minimization modelling outcomes towards omitted attributes”.  Journal of Choice Modelling. 18(0), 51-70.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S., Guevara, C.A. & Chorus, C.G. (2015). “New Insights on Random Regret Minimization Models”.  Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 94(0), 91-109.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S., Chorus, C.G. & Van Wee, B. (2014)A simulation study on the impacts of high aviation carbon taxes on tourism – an application of a portfolio vacation choice model”. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2449(1), 64-71.

 

Chorus, C.G., Van Cranenburgh, S. & Dekker, T. (2014). “Random regret minimization for consumer choice modeling: Assessment of empirical evidence”. Journal of Business Research, 67(11), 2428 - 2436.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S., Chorus, C. G. & Van Wee, B. (2014). “Vacation behaviour under high travel cost conditions – A stated preference of revealed preference approach”. Tourism Management, 43(0), 105-118.

 

Van Cranenburgh, S., Chorus, C. G. & Van Wee, B. (2012). “Substantial Changes and Their Impact on Mobility: A Typology and an Overview of the Literature”. Transport Reviews 32(5), 569-597.

Dissertation

 

Van Cranenburgh, S. (2013) Vacation travel behaviour in a very different future. Ph.D. thesis, Delft University of Technology

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