David Brownstone
David Brownstone
Professor of Economics, University of California, Irvine
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Forecasting new product penetration with flexible substitution patterns
D Brownstone, K Train
Journal of econometrics 89 (1-2), 109-129, 1998
Joint mixed logit models of stated and revealed preferences for alternative-fuel vehicles
D Brownstone, DS Bunch, K Train
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 34 (5), 315-338, 2000
Hybrid choice models: Progress and challenges
M Ben-Akiva, D McFadden, K Train, J Walker, C Bhat, M Bierlaire, ...
Marketing Letters 13, 163-175, 2002
Valuing time and reliability: assessing the evidence from road pricing demonstrations
D Brownstone, KA Small
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 39 (4), 279-293, 2005
The impact of residential density on vehicle usage and energy consumption
D Brownstone, TF Golob
Journal of urban Economics 65 (1), 91-98, 2009
Technical progress and co-invention in computing and in the uses of computers
T Bresnahan, S Greenstein, D Brownstone, K Flamm
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. Microeconomics 1996, 1-83, 1996
Drivers’ willingness-to-pay to reduce travel time: evidence from the San Diego I-15 congestion pricing project
D Brownstone, A Ghosh, TF Golob, C Kazimi, D Van Amelsfort
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 37 (4), 373-387, 2003
A transactions choice model for forecasting demand for alternative-fuel vehicles
D Brownstone, DS Bunch, TF Golob, W Ren
Research in Transportation Economics 4, 87-129, 1996
Risk, uncertainty and discrete choice models
A De Palma, M Ben-Akiva, D Brownstone, C Holt, T Magnac, D McFadden, ...
Marketing Letters 19, 269-285, 2008
The bootstrap and multiple imputations: harnessing increased computing power for improved statistical tests
D Brownstone, R Valletta
Journal of Economic Perspectives 15 (4), 129-141, 2001
Recent progress on endogeneity in choice modeling
J Louviere, K Train, M Ben-Akiva, C Bhat, D Brownstone, TA Cameron, ...
Marketing Letters 16, 255-265, 2005
The effectiveness of ridesharing incentives: Discrete-choice models of commuting in Southern California
D Brownstone, TF Golob
Regional Science and Urban Economics 22 (1), 5-24, 1992
Efficient estimation of nested logit models
D Brownstone, KA Small
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 7 (1), 67-74, 1989
A vehicle use forecasting model based on revealed and stated vehicle type choice and utilisation data
TF Golob, DS Bunch, D Brownstone
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 69-92, 1997
Estimating commuters’“value of time” with noisy data: a multiple imputation approach
SSC Steimetz, D Brownstone
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 39 (10), 865-889, 2005
Discrete choice modeling for transportation
D Brownstone
Key relationships between the built environment and VMT
D Brownstone
Transportation Research Board 7, 2008
The impact of residential density on vehicle usage and fuel consumption: Evidence from national samples
J Kim, D Brownstone
Energy Economics 40, 196-206, 2013
Commercial fleet demand for alternative-fuel vehicles in California
TF Golob, J Torous, M Bradley, D Brownstone, SS Crane, DS Bunch
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 31 (3), 219-233, 1997
Zoning, returns to scale, and the value of undeveloped land
D Brownstone, A De Vany
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 699-704, 1991
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