Immigrant social interactions effects: modeling transportation mode choice in New York CityConwell, Lucas J.
Past research has found that immigrants are less likely to drive alone than the native-born, all else equal. This thesis finds that endogenous social interactions effects may explain this “immigrant effect” by estimating alternative-specific conditional logit mode choice models using New York City travel survey data. The share of fellow mode users from a traveler’s own immigrant group positively a... read more
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- Urban transportation--New York (State)--New York--Planning.
- Local transit--New York (State)--New York--Planning.
- Econometric models.
- Immigrants--New York (State)--New York.
- Tufts University. Department of Economics.
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