Revisions Requested

  1. Bansal Prateek, Daniel Hörcher, and Daniel J. Graham. "A dynamic choice model to estimate the user cost of crowding with large-scale transit data." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A.

  2. Dubey Subodh, Oded Cats, Serge Hoogendoorn, and Prateek Bansal. "A non-compensatory random utility choice model based on Choquet integral." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological.

  3. Dekker Thijs and Prateek Bansal. "A Bayesian perspective on sampling of alternatives." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological.

  4. Bansal, Prateek, Roselinde Kessels, Rico Krueger, and Daniel J Graham. "Face masks, vaccination rates and low crowding drive the demand for the London Underground during the COVID-19 pandemic". Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice.

Under Review

  1. Bansal, Prateek, Alok Raj, Dhirendra Mani Shukla, and Naveen Sunder. "Preferences for COVID-19 vaccine: Evidence from India." [Link]

  2. Krueger Rico, Michel Bierlaire, Thomas Gasos, and Prateek Bansal. "Robust discrete choice models with t-distributed kernel errors. " [Link]

  3. Dubey Subodh, Ishant Sharma, Sabyasachee Mishra, Oded Cats, and Prateek Bansal. "A General Framework to Forecast the Adoption of Novel Products: A Case of Autonomous Vehicles." [Link]

  4. Gurumurthy Krishna, Zili Li, Kara M. Kockelman, Prateek Bansal. "Modelling animal-vehicle collision counts across large networks using a Bayesian Hierarchical model with time-varying parameters." [Link]

  5. Anupriya, Daniel J. Graham, and Prateek Bansal. "Congestion in cities: evidence on the form and causality of the macroscopic fundamental relationship of traffic flow" [Link]

  6. Anupriya, Daniel J. Graham, Prateek Bansal, Daniel Hörcher, and Richard Anderson. "Congestion in near capacity metro operations: optimum boardings and alightings at bottleneck stations." [Link]

  7. Anupriya, Daniel J. Graham, Daniel Hörcher, and Prateek Bansal. "Revisiting the empirical fundamental relationship of traffic flow for highways using a causal econometric approach." [Link]