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Department of Economics
Last modified on 6/29/2000
DANIEL L. MC FADDEN
E. Morris Cox Professor of Economics
Director, Econometrics Laboratory
This page is comprised of a selection of Daniel McFadden's work in disaggregate behavioral travel demand, covering roughly thirty years. He has been invited to present Disaggregate Behavioral Travel Demand's RUM Side: A 30-Year Retrospective (PDF), March 2000 at the International Association for Travel Behavior (IATB) Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, July 2-7, 2000.
Conditional Logit Analysis of Qualitative Choice Behavior, [PDF file, 3.2M] in P. Zarembka (ed.), FRONTIERS IN ECONOMETRICS, 105-142, Academic Press: New York, 1973. [Permission pending from the editor.]
The Measurement of Urban Travel Demand, [PDF file, 1.8M] JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMICS, Vol. 3, No. 4, 303-328, 1974.
URBAN TRAVEL DEMAND: A BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS, with T. Domencich, North Holland: Amsterdam, 1975. Reprinted by The Blackstone Company: Mount Pleasant, MI, 1996.
Aggregate Travel Demand Forecasting from Disaggregated Behavioral Models, [PDF file, 1.3M] with F. Reid, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD: TRAVEL BEHAVIOR AND VALUES, No. 534, 24-37, 1975.
The Mathematical Theory of Demand Models, [PDF file, 0.7M] in P. Stopher and A. Meyburg (eds.), BEHAVIORAL TRAVEL-DEMAND MODELS, 305-314, D.C. Heath and Co.: Lexington, MA, 1976. [Reprinted here with the kind permission of the editors.]
Demand Model Estimation and Validation, with A.P. Talvitie and Associates, URBAN TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING PROJECT, FINAL REPORT, VOLUME V, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley, June 1977.
Demographic Data and Policy Analysis, [PDF file, 3M] with S. Cosslett, G. Duguay, and W. Jung, URBAN TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING PROJECT, FINAL REPORT, VOLUME VIII, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley, June 1977.
Quantitative Methods for Analyzing Travel Behaviour of Individuals: Some Recent Developments, [PDF file, 1.9M] in D. Hensher and P. Stopher (eds.), BEHAVIOURAL TRAVEL MODELLING, 279-318, Croom Helm London: London, 1978. [Reprinted here with the kind permission of the editors.]
Modelling the Choice of Residential Location, [PDF file, 1.5M] in A. Karlqvist, L. Lundqvist, F. Snickars, and J. Weibull (eds.), SPATIAL INTERACTION THEORY AND PLANNING MODELS, 75-96, North Holland: Amsterdam, 1978. [Permission pending from the editors.] Reprinted in J. Quigley (ed.), THE ECONOMICS OF HOUSING, Vol. I, 531-552, Edward Elgar: London, 1997.
The Goods/Leisure Tradeoff and Disaggregate Work Trip Mode Choice Models, [PDF file, 0.4M] with K. Train, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH, Vol. 12, No. 5, 349-353, February 1978.
The Theory and Practice of Disaggregate Demand Forecasting for Various Modes of Urban Transportation, [PDF file, 2.1M] in EMERGING TRANSPORTATION PLANNING METHODS, U.S. Department of Transportation DOT-RSPA-DPB-50-78-2, August 1978. Reprinted in T.H. Oum, et al. (eds.), TRANSPORT ECONOMICS: SELECTED READINGS, 51-80, Seoul Press: Seoul, 1995.
Overview and Summary: Urban Travel Demand Forecasting Project, [PDF file, 3.9M] with F. Reid, A. Talvitie, M. Johnson, and Associates, THE URBAN TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING PROJECT, FINAL REPORT, VOLUME I, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley, June 1979.
Structural Analysis of Discrete Data and Econometric Applications, with C.F. Manski, The MIT Press: Cambridge, 1981.
Measuring Willingness-to-Pay for Transportation Improvements, in T. Gärling, T. Laitila, and K. Westin (eds.) THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF TRAVEL CHOICE MODELING, 339-364, Elsevier Science: Amsterdam, 1998. Preliminary working paper version from July 1997 is available in PDF format.
Mixed MNL Models for Discrete Response," [PDF file, 0.2M] with K. Train, working paper revised May 2000, forthcoming in Journal of Applied Econometrics.