Description of the Working paper series.

028 An Integrated Spatio-temporal GIS Toolkit for Exploring Intra-household Interactions H. Kang,
D. Scott
027 IMPACT: An Integrated GIS-Based Model for Population Aging Consequences on Transportation H. Maoh,
P. Kanaroglou,
D. Scott,
A. Páez,
B. Newbold
026 Population Synthesis: Comparing the Major Techniques Using a Small, Complete Population of Firms J. Ryan,
H. Maoh,
P. Kanaroglou
025 Modeling the Failure of Small and Medium Size Business Establishments in Urban Areas: An Application to Hamilton, Ontario H. Maoh,
P. Kanaroglou
024 A Simulation Model for Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Transportation and the Economy in Canada H. Maoh,
P. Kanaroglou,
C. Woudsma
023 A Demographic Model for Small Area Population Projections: An Application to the Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada P.S. Kanaroglou, H.F. Maoh,
K.B. Newbold,
D.M. Scott,
A. Páez
022 Evaluating Smart Growth Strategies with Simulations: Evidence from Hamilton, Ontario K. Behan,
H. Maoh,
P. Kanaroglou
021 Network Dependency Tests: Does Network Topology Matter? S. Farber,
A. Páez,
E. Volz
020 Spatial Effects in Hedonic Price Estimation: A Case Study of the City of Toronto F. Long,
A. Páez,
S. Farber
019 Building a Profile of Health Related Services: Hamilton’s Immigrant and Refugee Communities K.B. Newbold,
J. Eyles,
S. Birch,
K. Wilson
018 Household Demand and Willingness to Pay for Alternative Fuelled Vehicles D. Potoglou,
P.S. Kanaroglou
017 An Investigation of Highway Improvement Impacts in the Hamilton CMA, Canada H. Kang,
D.M. Scott, P.S. Kanaroglou,
H.F. Maoh
016 Modelling Car Ownership In Urban Areas: A Case Study of Hamilton, Canada D. Potoglou,
P.S. Kanaroglou
015 A Discrete Choice Approach to Modeling Social Influence on Individual Decision Making A. Páez,
D.M. Scott
014 Elderly Mobility: Demographic and Spatial Analysis of Trip Making in the Hamilton CMA A. Páez,
D.M. Scott,
D. Potoglou,
P.S. Kanaroglou, K.B. Newbold
013 A Dispersion, Policy Sensitive Modeling System for Predicting Vehicular Carbon Monoxide Concentrations in Urban Areas P.S. Kanaroglou,
D. Potoglou,
C. Benoit
012 An Internet Based Stated Choices Household Survey for Alternative Fuelled Vehicles D. Potoglou,
P.S. Kanaroglou
011 Using an Integrated Urban Model to Estimate the Contribution of Commercial Vehicle Movement to Mobile Emissions in Urban Areas P.S. Kanaroglou, R.N. Buliung
010 Context and Prospects for Integrated Urban Models for Metropolitan Policy Analysis and Planning in Developing Countries: The Case of Metro Manila R. Mercado,
A. Páez
009 Network Robustness Index: A New Method for Identifying Critical Links and Evaluating the Performance of Transportation Networks D.M. Scott,
D. Novak,
L. Aultman-Hall,
F. Guo
008 Activity/Travel Behaviour Research: Approaches and Findings with Identification of Research Themes and Emerging Methods R.N. Buliung
007 Changing mobility of elderly urban Canadians, 1992 – 1998 D.M. Scott,
K.B. Newbold,
J.E.L. Spinney,
R.G. Mercado,
A. Páez,
P.S. Kanaroglou
006 Modeling the Location of Firms within an Integrated Transport and Land-use Model for Hamilton, Ontario H.F. Maoh,
P.S. Kanaroglou and R.N. Buliung
005 Urban Form and Social Exclusion: An Exploratory Analysis in a U.S. Setting D.M. Scott and
M.W. Horner
004 Household mobility tool ownership: Modeling interactions between cars and season tickets D.M. Scott and
K.W. Axhausen
003 Economic Clustering and Urban Form: The Case of Hamilton, Ontario H.F. Maoh and
P.S. Kanaroglou
002 Carbon Monoxide Emissions from Passenger Vehicles: Predictive Mapping with an application to Hamilton, Canada D. Potoglou and P.S. Kanaroglou
001 Establishing an Air Pollution Monitoring Network for Intra-Urban Population Exposure Assessment: A Location-Allocation Approach P.S. Kanaroglou, M. Jerrett,
J. Morrison,
B. Beckerman,
M.A. Arain,
N.L. Gilbert,
J.R. Brook