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Volume 7, No. 3 (2014)  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/170182

Table of Contents:

  • Residential self-selection in the relationships between the built environment and travel behavior: Introduction to the special issue, pp. 1-3
  • Residential self-selection, built environment, and travel behavior in the Chinese context, pp. 5-14
  • Residential self-selection in travel behavior: Towards an integration into mobility biographies pp. 15-28
  • Revisiting residential self-selection issues: A life-oriented approach, pp. 29-45
  • Estimating the effect of land use and transportation planning on travel patterns: Three problems in controlling for residential self-selection, pp. 47-56
  • Tempest in a teapot: The exaggerated problem of transport-related residential self-selection as a source of error in empirical studies, pp. 57-79
  • Reaction to the paper Tempest in a Teapot: The exaggerated problem of transport-related residential self-selection as a source of error in empirical studies, pp. 81-86
  • Response to Van Wee and Boarnet, pp. 87-92
  • Satisfaction with travel and residential self-selection: How do preferences moderate the impact of the Hiawatha Light Rail Transit line?, pp. 93-108

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    Residential self-selection in the relationships between the built environment and travel behavior: Introduction to the special issue

    Cao, Jason (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2014)
    This paper introduces the topic of residential self-selection, the topic for this issue of the Journal of Transport and Land Use.

    Residential self-selection, built environment, and travel behavior in the Chinese context

    Wang, Donggen; Lin, Tao (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2014)
    Residential self-selection has been reported to be a factor confounding the observed relationship between built environment and travel behavior. By incorporating residential self-selection, studies have generated much ...

    Residential self-selection in travel behavior: Towards an integration into mobility biographies

    Scheiner, Joachim (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2014)
    The debate on residential self-selection (RSS) in the travel field seeks to answer the question of whether and to what extent spatial differences in traveling may be explained in spatial terms or to what extent, rather, ...

    Revisiting residential self-selection issues: A life-oriented approach

    Zhang, Junyi (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2014)
    It has been widely argued that residential self-selection stems from two sources: attitudes and sociodemographic traits. This argument would be true if decisions were made with respect to only residential choice and travel ...

    Estimating the effect of land use and transportation planning on travel patterns: Three problems in controlling for residential self-selection

    Chatman, Daniel (Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2014)
    The common understanding of “residential self-selection” generally found in research on the effects of the built environment on travel is in error in three main ways. First, scholars have generally failed to recognize that ...

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