CEAR / rCITI Workshop – Risk in Transport Systems

CEAR / rCITI Workshop – Risk in Transport Systems

Date: 20-21 March 2014

Purpose

This workshop aims to bring together transportation engineers working on risk, transportation economists, and experimental economists working on transportation risk. It is not meant as a large conference on every aspect of risk in transport systems, which includes choices made with respect to safety, evacuation, travel time uncertainty and institutional decisions.

Presenters

The following distinguished international guest speakers from Australia, USA, and Europe include:-

  Journal article links Video presentations links
    Intro Video of presentation
1. Elisabet Rutstrom (CEAR, Georgia State University, USA): Route Choice Under Risk and Uncertainty. Journal Article Video of presentation
2. Andre de Palma (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France) : Risk and Uncertainty: Theory and Evidence. Journal Article Video of presentation
3. Mogens Fosgerau (DTU. Technical University of Denmark, Denmark) Commuting for meetings. Journal Article Video of presentation
4. John Rose (University of South Australia) Risks in Public Private Partnerships. Journal Article Video of presentation
5. Vinayak Dixit (rCITI, UNSW, Australia) Risk Attitudes and Beliefs: Application to Safety. Journal Article Video of presentation
6. Thomas Rutherford (University of Wisconsin Madison, USA) Regional Labor Markets, Commuting and the Economic Impact of Road Pricing. Journal Article Video of presentation

 

 Photo above
L-R: Glenn Harrison, Thomas Rutherford, Jordan Louviere, Elisabet Rutstrom,  [ xx ] Nathalie Picard,Mogens Fosgerau,  Andre de Palma, John Rose, Vinayak Dixit. 

Sponsored by:

  • The Research Center for Integrated Transportation Innovation (rCITI) at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW Australia.
  • The Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) at Georgia State University, Georgia, USA.