Revisions Requested (* Equal contribution)

  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. Bansal Prateek, Rajeev Ranjan Kumar, Alok Raj, Subodh Dubey, and Daniel J. Graham “Willingness to pay and attitudinal preferences of Indian consumers for electric vehicles.” Energy Economics.

  3. Bansal Prateek, Vahid Keshavarzzadeh, Angelo Guevara, Ricardo A. Daziano, and Shanjun Li. “Designed quadrature to approximate integrals in maximum simulated likelihood estimation.” The Econometrics Journal.

  4. Buddhavarapu Prasad*, Prateek Bansal*, and Jorge A. Prozzi. "A new spatial count data model with time-varying parameters." Transportation Research Part B: Methodological.

  5. Krueger Rico, Prateek Bansal, Michel Bierlaire, and Thomas Gasos. "Robust discrete choice models with t-distributed kernel errors. " Transportation Research Part B: Methodological.

  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." Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technology.

  7. Krueger Rico, Michel Bierlaire, Ricardo A. Daziano, Taha H. Rashidi, and Prateek Bansal. "On the usefulness of mixed logit models with unobserved inter-and intra-individual heterogeneity." Journal of Choice Modelling.

Under Review

  1. Dekker Thijs and Prateek Bansal. "A Bayesian perspective on sampling of alternatives." [Link]

  2. 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]

  3. 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]