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David Hensher

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BCom(Hons) PhD UNSW; FASSA; FCIT; FAITPM; CompIEAust; MAPA
Professor of Management;
Founding Director, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies

Rm 201
H73 - 378 Abercrombie Street
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Telephone +61 2 9114 1824
Fax +61 2 9114 1863
david.hensher@sydney.edu.au
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Bio

David Hensher is Professor of Management, and Founding Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS): The Australian Key Centre of Teaching and Research in Transport Management in The Business School at The University of Sydney. Educated in Kenya (Parklands, Lord Delamere), England (Lindfield, Oxford) and Australia (UNSW), David is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (FASSA), Recipient of the 2009 IATBR (International Association of Travel Behaviour Research) Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition for his long-standing and exceptional contribution to IATBR as well as to the wider travel behaviour community, Recipient of the 2006 Engineers Australia Transport Medal for lifelong contribution to transportation, Recipient of the 2009 Bus NSW (Bus and Coach Association) Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award, and Recipient of the 2012 best paper released by the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME). David is also the recipient of the Smart 2013 Premier Award for Excellence in Supply Chain Management, and recipient of the 2014 Institute of Transportation Engineers (Australia and New Zealand) Transport Profession Award to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the development of the transport/traffic engineering profession over a sustained period; recipient of 2016 Award for Outstanding Research as part of the inaugural University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence. A Director of Volvo Educational and Research Foundation Centre of Excellence in Bus Rapid Transit (2010 onwards), Emeritus Member of Singapore Land Transport Authority International Advisory Panel 2007-2010 (Chaired by Minister of Transport), Honorary Fellow Singapore Land Transport Authority Academy, Past President of the International Association of Travel Behaviour Research and a Past Vice-Chair of the International Scientific Committee of the World Conference of Transport Research. David is the Executive Chair and Co-Founder of The International Conference in Competition and Ownership of Land Passenger Transport (the Thredbo Series), now in its 27th year. David is on the editorial boards of 17of the leading transport journals. David was appointed in 1999 by one of the world’s most prestigious academic publishing houses - Elsevier Science press - as series and volume co-editor of a handbook series Handbooks in Transport. In 2010 he was appointed by Routledge Publishers (UK) as Editor of a four-volume major works in Transport Economics as well as Edward Elgar Publishers as Series Editor for volumes on Transport and the Environment. He has published extensively (over 595 papers) in the leading international transport and economics journals (such as The Economic Journal, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Applied Economics, Empirical Economics, Transportation Research Parts A, B and E) as well as 12 books, and is Australia’s most cited transport academic. He has over 40,000 citations of his contributions in Google Scholar. David is ranked third in the world for economists in the field of discrete choice models, as of July 2016, 7th in the field of Utility Models and Prospect Theory, and ITLS (and the Business School at Sydney) is also ranked third. His books include the Demand for Automobiles, published by North-Holland, the Bus and Coach Business (with Ann Brewer published - Allen and Unwin), Transport: An Economics and Management Perspective (With Ann Brewer – Oxford University Press), Stated Choice Methods (with Jordan Louviere and Joffre Swait – Cambridge University Press), Applied Choice Analysis - a Primer (with John Rose and Bill Greene – Cambridge University Press, 1st and 2nd editions) and Ordered Choice Models (with Bill Greene – Cambridge University Press). His particular interests are transport economics, transport strategy, sustainable transport, productivity measurement, traveller behaviour analysis, choice analysis, stated choice experiments, process heuristics, and institutional reform (PPPs, privatisation tendering and contracting). David has advised numerous government and private sector organisations in many countries on matters related to transportation, especially matters related to forecasting demand for existing and new transportation services; for example the Speedrail high speed rail project, the Liverpool-Parramatta Transitway, the North-West Rail project, West Connex, the Sydney Metro, and numerous toll road projects throughout Australia and internationally. David is regarded as Australia’s most eminent expert on matters relating to travel demand and valuation and transport reform. Appointments include: a member of the executive committee that reviewed bus transport bids for the Olympic Games, the NSW Government’s Peer Review Committee for the Sydney Strategic Transport Plan, Peer reviewer for Transfund (NZ) of the New Zealand project evaluation program, Peer reviewer of the NZ Land Passenger Transport Procurement Strategy for Land Transport NZ, member of the executive committee of ATEC, a consortium promoting a freight rail system between Melbourne and Darwin; economic adviser to Gilbert+Tobin Lawyers on valuation methods in IP context; panel member of Transport NSW benchmarking program; specialist toll road project adviser to Thiess, member of Infrastructure Australia’s reference panel on public transport, Adviser to the West Connex toll road Project, adviser to Deloitte Access Economics and Transport for NSW and peer reviewer for Southern Water (UK) regulatory pricing reform. In 2014 David was appointed as a Panel Member to Review The Faculty of Management at The University of Johannesburg and in 2016 to review the Department of Management Sciences at the City University of Hong Kong.

Research Interests

David is recognised globally for his research in the areas of discrete choice analysis (including process heuristics, nonlinear choice models, group choice making and willingness to pay heterogeneity), stated choice and preference studies (applied to many disciplines), transport economics and transport strategy and policy. Within the transport field (including logistics and supply chain management), expertise is broad but generally focussed on theory and application that is related to project appraisal (both new infrastructure and management of existing infrastructure), development of integrated strategic  transport and land use/location model systems, performance and productivity measurement in both the passenger and freight sectors, institutional and governance reforms (especially market vs government intervention), digital disruption in transport services (including mobility as a service, autonomous vehicles and drones), and road pricing reform (with a focus on buy in and practical implementation schemes and trials). In all areas there is a strong focus on data needs and how to design surveys to obtain appropriate data for choice and preference modelling or for empirical estimates of key performance indicators associated with specific transport modes and services. David has expertise in identifying the role of various modes such as bus based vs rail based systems in servicing metropolitan jurisdictions and especially how this debate contributes to the performance and liveability of cities. Commentary of most topical issues in transport is an area of expertise and in recent years examples have included the role of tolled roads, road pricing reform, how to change to a sharing culture in delivering multimodal transport mobility services, and how to level the playing field in the debate between bus rapid transit and light rail transit. David continues to contribute to the development of new ways of valuing key user benefits in the transport sector such as valuing travel time savings, travel time variability (reliability), crowding and safety. The Hensher equation developed to value business travel time savings has resurfaced as an important contribution with new ideas on how to capture relevant data to replace the simplistic cost savings approach.

Selected publications

2019

Book Chapters

Hensher D, Balbontin C, Ho C, Mulley C, Macario R, and Stewart A (2019) Evaluating BRT and LRT on a level playing field in developed economies: A cross cultural comparison Bus Rapid Transit; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom.

Hensher D, Ellison R, Ho C, and Weisbrod G (2019) How well does BRT perform in contrast to LRT? An Australian case study using MetroScan_TI Bus Rapid Transit; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom.

2018

Journal Articles

Bray D, Hensher D, and Wong Y (2018) Thredbo at Thirty: Review of Papers and Reflections Research in Transportation Economics, In Press.

Chung D, and Hensher D (2018) Public private partnerships in the provision of tolled roads: Shared value creation, trust and control Transportation Research Part A, 118, 341-359. [More Information]

Hensher D (2018) Toll roads - a view after 25 years Transport Reviews, 38 (1), 1-5. [More Information]

Hensher D (2018) Editorial: Road pricing reform - Another attempt at getting started! Case Studies on Transport Policy, In Press. [More Information]

Hensher D (2018) Tackling road congestion - What might it look like in the future under a collaborative and connected mobility model? Transport Policy, 66, A1-A8. [More Information]

Hensher D, Balbontin C, and Collins A (2018) Heterogeneity in decision processes: Embedding extremeness aversion, risk attitude and perceptual conditioning in multiple process rules choice making Transportation Research Part A, 111, 316-325. [More Information]

Hensher D, Balbontin C, Ho C, and Mulley C (2018) Cross-cultural contrasts of preferences for bus rapid transit and light rail transit Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, In Press.

Ho C, Hensher D, Mulley C, and Wong Y (2018) Potential uptake and willingness-to-pay for Mobility as a Service (MaaS): A stated choice study Transportation Research Part A, 117, 302-318. [More Information]

Mulley C, Ho C, Ho T, Hensher D, and Rose J (2018) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach Transport Policy, 69, 88-97. [More Information]

Rose J, and Hensher D (2018) User satisfaction with taxi and limousine services in the Melbourne metropolitan area Journal of Transport Geography, 70, 234-245. [More Information]

Stanley J, Ellison R, Loader C, and Hensher D (2018) Reducing Australian motor vehicle greenhouse gas emissions Transportation Research Part A, 109, 76-88. [More Information]

Stanley J, Stanley J, Balbontin C, and Hensher D (2018) Social exclusion: The roles of mobility and bridging social capital in regional Australia Transportation Research Part A, In Press. [More Information]

Wong Y, and Hensher D (2018) The Thredbo story: A journey of competition and ownership in land passenger transport Research in Transportation Economics, In Press.

Conference Proceeding

Mulley C, Ho C, Ho T, Hensher D, and Rose J (2018) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB; Transportation Research Board Publications (TRB), Washington, D.C., United States.

Book Chapter

Hensher D (2018) Public Service Contracts: The economics of reform with special reference to the bus sector The Routledge Handbook of Transport Economics; Routledge, Oxon, 93-107.

2017

Journal Articles

Balbontin C, Hensher D, and Collins A (2017) Do familiarity and awareness influence voting intention: The case of road pricing reform? Journal of Choice Modelling, 25, 11-27. [More Information]

Balbontin C, Hensher D, and Collins A (2017) Integrating Attribute Non-Attendance and Value Learning with Risk Attitudes and Perceptual Conditioning Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 97, 172-191. [More Information]

Balbontin C, Hensher D, and Collins A (2017) Is there a systematic relationship between random parameters and process heuristics? Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 106, 160-177. [More Information]

Ellison R, Teye C, and Hensher D (2017) Modelling Sydney's light commercial service vehicles Transportation Research Part A, 96, 79-89. [More Information]

Hensher D (2017) Future bus transport contracts under a mobility as a service (MaaS) regime in the digital age: Are they likely to change? Transportation Research Part A, 98, 86-96. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Beck M (2017) A simplified and practical alternative way to recognise the role of household characteristics in determining an individual's preferences: the case of automobile choice Transportation, 44 (1), 225-240. [More Information]

Ho C, and Hensher D (2017) Application of irrelevance of state-wise dominated alternatives (ISDA) for identifying candidate processing strategies and behavioural choice rules adopted in best-worst stated preference studies Journal of Choice Modelling, 25, 40-49. [More Information]

Ho C, Hensher D, and Ellison R (2017) Endogenous treatment of residential location choices in transport and land use models: introducing the MetroScan framework Journal of Transport Geography, 64, 120-131. [More Information]

Li B, and Hensher D (2017) Risky weighting in discrete choice Transportation Research Part B, 102, 1-21. [More Information]

Mulley C, Hensher D, and Cosgrove D (2017) Is rail cleaner and greener than bus? Transportation Research Part D, 51, 14-28. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2017) Getting the prices right in road use Road and Transport Research, 26 (3), 13-21.

Conference Proceeding

Balbontin C, Hensher D, and Collins A (2017) Is preference heterogeneity best captured through process heuristics or through random parameters? 5th International Choice Modelling Conference; International Choice Modelling Conference, Leeds, UK.

2016

Journal Articles

Hensher D (2016) Editorial: Thredbo 14 conference Research in Transportation Economics, 2016 (8). [More Information]

Hensher D (2016) Why is Light Rail Starting to Dominate Bus Rapid Transit Yet Again? Transport Reviews, 36 (3), 289-292. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Ho C (2016) Experience conditioning in commuter modal choice modelling - Does it make a difference? Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 95, 164-176. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Ho C (2016) Identifying a behaviourally relevant choice set from stated choice data Transportation, 43 (2), 197-217. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Wang B (2016) Productivity foregone and leisure time corrections of the value of business travel time savings for land passenger transport in Australia Road and Transport Research, 25 (2), 15-29.

Hensher D, Greene B, and Ho C (2016) Random Regret Minimization and Random Utility Maximization in the Presence of Preference Heterogeneity: An Empirical Contrast Journal of Transportation Engineering, 142 (4), 1-10. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Knowles L (2016) Efficient contracting and incentive agreements between regulators and bus operators: The influence of risk preferences of contracting agents on contract choice Transportation Research Part A, 87, 22-40. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Liu W (2016) How much is too much for tolled road users: Toll saturation and the implications for car commuting value of travel time savings? Transportation Research Part A, 94, 604-621. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2016) Disruption costs in bus contract transitions Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 75-85. [More Information]

Ho C, and Hensher D (2016) A workplace choice model accounting for spatial competition and agglomeration effects Journal of Transport Geography, 51, 193-203. [More Information]

Ho C, Mulley C, Shiftan Y, and Hensher D (2016) Vehicle value of travel time savings: Evidence from a group-based modelling approach Transportation Research Part A, 88, 134-150. [More Information]

Li H, Tu H, and Hensher D (2016) Integrating the mean-variance and scheduling approaches to allow for schedule delay and trip time variability under uncertainty Transportation Research Part A, 89, 151-163. [More Information]

Weisbrod G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2016) Recognising the complementary contributions of cost benefit analysis and economic impact analysis to an understanding of the worth of public transport investment: A case study of bus rapid transit in Sydney, Australia Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 450-461. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Chung D, and Hensher D (2016) Risk-sharing in public-private partnerships: a contractual economics perspective Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 254-273. [More Information]

Ellison R, and Hensher D (2016) The TRESIS approach to spatial microsimulation Spatial Microsimulation with R; CRC Press, Boca Raton, 185-205. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Rose J (2016) Preferences for BRT and light rail Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 209-229. [More Information]

Herrera J, Munoz J, Hensher D, Mulley C, Li Z, and Lindau L (2016) Assessing corridor performance Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 299-315. [More Information]

2015

Journal Articles

Beck M, and Hensher D (2015) Finding long-term solutions to financing 21st century infrastructure needs - a think piece Road and Transport Research, 24 (3), 57-61.

Cherchi E, and Hensher D (2015) Workshop synthesis: Stated preference surveys and experimental design, an audit of the journey so far and future research perspectives Transportation Research Procedia, 11, 154-164. [More Information]

Chung D, and Hensher D (2015) Risk Management in Public-Private Partnerships Australian Accounting Review, 25 (1), 13-27. [More Information]

Chung D, and Hensher D (2015) Modelling Risk Perceptions of Stakeholders in Public-Private Partnership Toll Road Contracts Abacus, 51 (3), 437-483. [More Information]

Hensher D (2015) Customer service quality and benchmarking in public transport contracts International Journal of Quality Innovation, 1 (1), 1-17. [More Information]

Hensher D (2015) Data challenges: more behavioural and (relatively) less statistical - a think piece Transportation Research Procedia, 11, 19-31. [More Information]

Hensher D (2015) Using contracted assets to undertake non-contracted services as a way to improve cost efficiency under negotiated or tendered bus contracts Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation, 1 (2), 111-128. [More Information]

Hensher D (2015) Value of travel time savings and value of trip time reliability: a concern Road and Transport Research, 24 (4), 69-70.

Hensher D (2015) Cost Efficiency under Negotiated Performance-based Contracts and Benchmarking: Are There Gains Through Competitive Tendering in the Absence of an Incumbent Public Monopolist? Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 49 (1), 133-148.

Hensher D, and Ho C (2015) The role of perceived acceptability of alternatives in identifying and assessing choice set processing strategies in stated choice settings: The case of road pricing reform Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 83, 225-237. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2015) Modal Image: Candidate drivers of preference differences for BRT and LRT Transportation, 42 (1), 7-23. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Identifying preferences for public transport investments under a constrained budget Transportation Research Part A, 72, 27-46. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Identifying resident preferences for bus-based and rail-based investments as a complementary buy in perspective to inform project planning prioritisation Journal of Transport Geography, 46, 1-9. [More Information]

Hensher D, Li Z, and Ho C (2015) The Role of Source Preference and Subjective Probability in Valuing Expected Travel Time Savings Travel Behaviour and Society, 2 (1), 42-54. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Rose J (2015) Understanding the Relationship between Voting Preferences for Public Transport and Perceptions and Preferences for Bus Rapid Transit versus Light Rail Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 49 (2), 236-260.

Hensher D, Zhang Z, and Rose J (2015) Transport and logistics challenges for China: drivers of growth, and bottlenecks constraining development Road and Transport Research, 24 (2), 37-46.

Legaspi J, Hensher D, and Wang B (2015) Estimating the wider economic benefits of transport investments: The case of the Sydney North West Rail Link project Case Studies on Transport Policy, 3 (2), 182-195. [More Information]

Leong W, and Hensher D (2015) Contrasts of Relative Advantage Maximisation with Random Utility Maximisation and Regret Minimisation Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 49 (1), 167-186.

Rose J, Beck M, and Hensher D (2015) The joint estimation of respondent-reported certainty and acceptability with choice Transportation Research Part A, 71, 141-152. [More Information]

Books

Fahimnia B, Bell M, Hensher D, and Sarkis J (2015) Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective; Springer, Cham. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Collins A, and Hensher D (2015) The Influence of Varying Information Load on Inferred Attribute Non-Attendance Bounded Rational Choice Behaviour: Applications in Transport; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom, 73-94. [More Information]

Fahimnia B, Bell M, Hensher D, and Sarkis J (2015) The Role of Green Logistics and Transportation in Sustainable Supply Chains Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective; Springer, Cham, 1-12. [More Information]

Fahimnia B, Bell M, Hensher D, and Sarkis J (2015) The Future of Green Logistics and Transportation Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective; Springer, Cham, 193-197. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Li Z (2015) Urban freight: freight strategy, transport movements and the urban spatial economy Handbook of Transport and Development; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 273-289. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Choice and Utility Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 30-79. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Other matters that analysts often inquire about Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 360-384. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Latent class models Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 706-741. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Nested logit estimation Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 560-600. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) In the beginning Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 3-15. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Mixed logit estimation Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 601-705. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Combining sources of data Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 836-896. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Nlogit for applied choice analysis Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 387-399. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Ordered choices Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 804-835. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Experimental design and choice experiments Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 189-319. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Choosing Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 16-29. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Data set up for Nlogit Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 400-433. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Statistical inference Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 320-359. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Group decision making Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1072-1115. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Getting started modelling: the workhorse - multinomial logit Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 437-471. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Handling unlabeled discrete choice data Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 472-491. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Families of discrete choice models Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 80-116. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Getting more from your model Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 492-559. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Estimating discrete choice models Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 117-188. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Binary Choice Models Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 742-803. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Attribute processing, heuristics, and preference construction Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 937-1071. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2015) Frontiers of choice analysis Applied Choice Analysis; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 899-936. [More Information]

Ho C, and Hensher D (2015) Greening Demand Chains in Urban Passenger Transport: Emissions Saving from Complex Trip Chains Green Logistics and Transportation: A Sustainable Supply Chain Perspective; Springer, Cham, 131-146. [More Information]

2014

Journal Articles

Campbell D, Hensher D, and Scarpa R (2014) Bounding WTP distributions to reflect the 'actual' consideration set Journal of Choice Modelling, 11, 4-15. [More Information]

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2014) Bus Rapid Transit versus Heavy Rail in suburban Sydney - Comparing successive iterations of a proposed heavy rail line project to the pre-existing BRT network Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 126-141. [More Information]

Hensher D (2014) Process heuristics in choice analysis: An editorial Journal of Choice Modelling, 11 (1), 1-3. [More Information]

Hensher D (2014) The relationship between bus contract costs, user perceived service quality and performance assessment International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 8 (1), 5-27. [More Information]

Hensher D (2014) Editorial: Keeping the Debate Informed on Reforms in Land Passenger Transport: The Influence of the Thredbo Series Transport Reviews, 34 (6), 671-3. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Bliemer M (2014) What type of road pricing scheme might appeal to politicians? Viewpoints on the challenge in gaining the citizen and public servant vote by staging reform Transportation Research Part A, 61, 227-237. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Li Z (2014) A scoping inquiry into the potential contribution of Subjective Probability Theory, Dempster-Shafer Theory and Possibility Theory in accommodating degrees of belief in traveller behaviour research Travel Behaviour and Society, 1 (2), 45-56. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2014) Complementing distance based charges with discounted registration fees in the reform of road user charges: the impact for motorists and government revenue Transportation, 41 (4), 697-715. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2014) Exploring the relationship between ex ante support for voting to prioritise government investment and a willingness to pay higher taxes for transport investment Road and Transport Research, 23 (2), 41-49.

Hensher D, Ellison R, and Mulley C (2014) Assessing the employment agglomeration and social accessibility impacts of high speed rail in Eastern Australia Transportation, 41 (3), 463-493. [More Information]

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2014) Drivers of bus rapid transit systems - Influences on patronage and service frequency Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 159-165. [More Information]

Hensher D, Shore N, and Train K (2014) Willingness to pay for residential electricity supply quality and reliability Applied Energy, 115, 280-292. [More Information]

Ho C, and Hensher D (2014) Housing prices and price endogeneity in tenure and dwelling type choice models Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2 (3), 107-115. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, and Chen K (2014) Freeway drivers' willingness to pay for speeding fines Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, 6 (1), 14-22. [More Information]

Leong W, and Hensher D (2014) Relative advantage maximisation as a model of context dependence for binary choice data Journal of Choice Modelling, 11, 30-42. [More Information]

Merkert R, and Hensher D (2014) Open access for railways and transaction cost economics - Management perspectives of Australia's rail companies Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 227-236. [More Information]

Mulley C, Hensher D, and Rose J (2014) Do preferences for BRT and LRT vary across geographical jurisdictions? A comparative assessment of six Australian capital cities Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2 (1), 1-9. [More Information]

Preston J, and Hensher D (2014) Special Edition: Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (selected papers from the Thredbo 13 conference) Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 1-434.

Preston J, and Hensher D (2014) Foreword Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 1-2. [More Information]

Rose J, and Hensher D (2014) Demand for taxi services: new elasticity evidence Transportation, 41 (4), 717-743. [More Information]

Rose J, and Hensher D (2014) Tollroads are only part of the overall trip: the error of our ways in past willingness to pay studies Transportation, 41 (4), 819-837. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Bliemer M (2014) Accounting for travel time variability in the optimal pricing of cars and buses Transportation, 41 (5), 947-971. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Rose J (2014) Multimodal pricing and optimal design of public transport services: the interplay between traffic congestion and bus crowding Transportation Research Part B, 61, 33-54. [More Information]

Truong T, and Hensher D (2014) Linking discrete choice to continuous demand in a spatial computable general equilibrium model Journal of Choice Modelling, 12, 21-46. [More Information]

Washington S, Ravulaparthy S, Rose J, Hensher D, and Pendyala R (2014) Bayesian imputation of non-chosen attribute values in revealed preference surveys Journal of Advanced Transportation, 48 (1), 48-65. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Hensher D (2014) Attribute processing as a behavioural strategy in choice making Handbook of Choice Modelling; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 268-289. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Li Z (2014) High Quality Public Transport: Gaining Acceptance of Bus Rapid Transit Systems Handbook of Sustainable Travel; Springer, Dordrecht, 257-276. [More Information]

2013

Journal Articles

Beck M, Chorus C, Rose J, and Hensher D (2013) Vehicle Purchasing Behaviour of Individuals and Groups: Regret or Reward? Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 47 (3), 475-492.

Beck M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2013) Consistently inconsistent: The role of certainty, acceptability and scale in choice Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 56, 81-93. [More Information]

Beck M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2013) Environmental Attitudes and Emissions Charging: An Example of Policy Implications for Vehicle Choice Transportation Research Part A, 50, 171-182. [More Information]

Chorus C, Rose J, and Hensher D (2013) Regret minimization or utility maximization: It depends on the attribute Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 40 (1), 154-169. [More Information]

Collins A, Rose J, and Hensher D (2013) Specification issues in a generalised random parameters attribute nonattendance model Transportation Research Part B, 56, 234-253. [More Information]

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Five years of London's low emission zone: Effects on vehicle fleet composition and air quality Transportation Research Part D, 23, 25-33. [More Information]

Greene W, and Hensher D (2013) Revealing additional dimensions of preference heterogeneity in a latent class mixed multinomial logit model Applied Economics, 45 (14), 1897-1902. [More Information]

Hensher D (2013) Exploring the relationship between perceived acceptability and referendum voting support for alternative road pricing schemes Transportation, 40 (5), 935-959. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Li Z (2013) Referendum voting in road pricing reform: A review of the evidence Transport Policy, 25 (January), 186-197. [More Information]

Hensher D, Collins A, and Greene W (2013) Accounting for attribute non-attendance and common-metric aggregation in a probabilistic decision process mixed multinomial logit model: a warning on potential confounding Transportation, 40 (5), 1003-1020. [More Information]

Hensher D, Collins A, Rose J, and Smith N (2013) Direct and cross elasticities for freight distribution access charges: Empirical evidence by vehicle class, vehicle kilometres and tonne vehicle kilometres Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 56, 1-21. [More Information]

Hensher D, Greene W, and Chorus C (2013) Random regret minimisation or random utility maximisation: an exploratory analysis in the context of automobile fuel choice Journal of Advanced Transportation, 47 (7), 667-678. [More Information]

Hensher D, Li Z, and Rose J (2013) Accommodating Risk in the Valuation of Expected Travel Time Savings Journal of Advanced Transportation, 47 (2), 206-224. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Smith N (2013) Towards a simplified performance-linked value for money model as a reference point for bus contract payments Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 232-238. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Collins A (2013) Understanding Buy In for Risky Prospects: Incorporating Degree of Belief into the ex-ante Assessment of Support for Alternative Road Pricing Schemes Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 47 (3), 453-473.

Hensher D, Rose J, Leong W, Tirachini A, and Li Z (2013) Choosing Public Transport-Incorporating Richer Behavioural Elements in Modal Choice Models Transport Reviews, 33 (1), 92-106. [More Information]

Hensher D, Walters J, and Steel R (2013) Editors of the Special Edition: THREDBO 12: Recent developments in the reform of land passenger transport Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1).

Hess S, and Hensher D (2013) Making use of respondent reported processing information to understand attribute importance: a latent variable scaling approach Transportation, 40 (2), 397-412. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, Chen T, and Chao M (2013) Hospitalisation costs and duration of elderly motorcyclists' non-fatality crashes in Taiwan International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 20 (2), 158-168. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2013) Crowding in Public Transport: A Review of Objective and Subjective Measures Journal of Public Transportation, 16 (2), 107-134. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2013) Behavioural implications of preferences, risk attitudes and beliefs in modelling risky travel choice with travel time variability Transportation, 40 (3), 505-523. [More Information]

Li Z, Hensher D, and Rose J (2013) Accommodating perceptual conditioning in the valuation of expected travel time savings for cars and public transport Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 270-276. [More Information]

Merkert R, and Hensher D (2013) Regulation, trust and contractual incentives around transport contracts - Is there anything bus operators can learn from public air service contracts? Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 67-78. [More Information]

Merkert R, and Hensher D (2013) The Importance of Completeness and Clarity in Air Transport Contracts in Remote Regions in Europe and Australia Transportation Journal, 52 (3), 365-390. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Rose J (2013) Crowding in public transport systems: Effects on users, operation and implications for the estimation of demand Transportation Research Part A, 53, 36-52. [More Information]

Walters J, and Hensher D (2013) Foreword Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 1-2. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Priorities in freight operations: importance of costs, vehicles and on-time performance 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Medium term effects of London’s low emission zone 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB 2013); Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C..

Rose J, Mulley C, Tsai C, and Hensher D (2013) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? A Stated preference investigation 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Working Paper

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2013) The impact of high speed rail on land and property values: A review of market monitoring evidence from eight countries.

2012

Journal Articles

Beck M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2012) The accuracy of proxy responses in a stated choice setting: A re-examination and some controversial conclusions Transportation Research Part A, 46 (1), 226-239. [More Information]

Brooks M, Puckett S, Hensher D, and Sammons A (2012) Understanding Mode Choice Decisions: A Study of Australian Freight Shippers Maritime Economics & Logistics, 14 (3), 274-299. [More Information]

Campbell D, Hensher D, and Scarpa R (2012) Cost thresholds, cut-offs and sensitivities in stated choice analysis: Identification and implications Resource and Energy Economics, 34 (3), 396-411. [More Information]

Hensher D (2012) Accounting for scale heterogeneity within and between pooled data sources Transportation Research Part A, 46 (3), 480-486. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Li Z (2012) Valuing Travel Time Variability within a Rank-Dependent Utility Framework and an Investigation of Unobserved Taste Heterogeneity Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 46 (2), 293-312.

Hensher D, and Li Z (2012) Ridership drivers of bus rapid transit systems Transportation, 39 (6), 1209-1221. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2012) The Influence of Alternative Acceptability, Attribute Thresholds and Choice Response Certainty on Automobile Purchase Preferences Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 46 (3), 451-468.

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2012) The impact of high speed rail on land and property values: A review of market monitoring evidence from eight countries Road and Transport Research, 21 (4), 3-14.

Hensher D, Rose J, and Beck M (2012) Are there specific design elements of choice experiments and types of people that influence choice response certainty? Journal of Choice Modelling, 5 (1), 77-97. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2012) Inferring attribute non-attendance from stated choice data: implications for willingness to pay estimates and a warning for stated choice experiment design Transportation, 39 (2), 235-245. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Li Z (2012) Does the Choice Model Method and/or the Data Matter? Transportation, 39 (2), 351-385. [More Information]

Hensher D, Truong T, Mulley C, and Ellison R (2012) Assessing the wider economy impacts of transport infrastructure investment with an illustrative application to the North-West Rail Link project in Sydney, Australia Journal of Transport Geography, 24, 292-305. [More Information]

Hess S, Hensher D, and Daly A (2012) Not bored yet - Revisiting respondent fatigue in stated choice experiments Transportation Research Part A, 46 (3), 626-644. [More Information]

Jones S, Hensher D, Rose J, and Walker R (2012) Infrastructure Asset Reporting Options: A Stated Preference Experiment Accounting Horizons, 26 (3), 465-491. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, and Su W (2012) The Influence of New Road Infrastructure on Tourism Behavior in Taiwan: the Sun Moon Lake Experience Road and Transport Research, 21 (4), 50-61.

Leong W, and Hensher D (2012) Embedding multiple heuristics into choice models: An exploratory analysis Journal of Choice Modelling, 5 (3), 131-144. [More Information]

Leong W, and Hensher D (2012) Embedding Decision Heuristics in Discrete Choice Models: A Review Transport Reviews, 32 (3), 313-331. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2012) Accommodating Risk Attitudes in Freight Transport Behaviour Research Transport Reviews, 32 (2), 221-239. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2012) Estimating values of travel time savings for toll roads: Avoiding a common error Transport Policy, 24 (November), 60-66. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2012) Congestion Charging and Car Use: A Review of Stated Preference and Opinion Studies and Market Monitoring Evidence Transport Policy, 20, 47-61. [More Information]

Li Z, Tirachini A, and Hensher D (2012) Embedding Risk Attitudes in a Scheduling Model: Application to the Study of Commuting Departure Time Transportation Science, 46 (2), 170-188. [More Information]

Masiero L, and Hensher D (2012) Freight transport distance and weight as utility conditioning effects on a stated choice experiment Journal of Choice Modelling, 5 (1), 64-76. [More Information]

McNair B, Hensher D, and Bennett J (2012) Modelling Heterogeneity in Response Behaviour Towards a Sequence of Discrete Choice Questions: A Probabilistic Decision Process Model Environmental and Resource Economics, 51 (4), 599-616. [More Information]

Rose J, Hensher D, Greene W, and Washington S (2012) Attribute Exclusion Strategies in Airline Choice: Accounting for Exogenous Information on Decision Maker Processing Strategies in Models of Discrete Choice Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 8 (5), 344-360. [More Information]

Scarpa R, Thiene M, and Hensher D (2012) Preferences for tap water attributes within couples: An exploration of alternative mixed logit parameterizations Water Resources Research, 48 (1), 1-11. [More Information]

Stanley J, Stanley J, and Hensher D (2012) Mobility, Social Capital and Sense of Community: What Value? Urban Studies, 49 (16), 3595-3609. [More Information]

Tirachini A, and Hensher D (2012) Multimodal transport pricing: first best, second best and extensions to non-motorized transport Transport Reviews, 32 (2), 181-202. [More Information]

Truong T, and Hensher D (2012) Linking Discrete Choice to Continuous Demand within the framework of a Computable General Equilibrium Model Transportation Research Part B, 46 (9), 1177-1201. [More Information]

Book

Hensher D (2012) Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom.

Conference Proceeding

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2012) The North West Rail Link: Winners and losers in the locality of the North West area 35th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012; Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Perth, Australia.

Book Chapters

Carrigan A, Hensher D, Hidalgo D, Mulley C, and Munoz J (2012) The Complexity of BRT Development and Implementation 10 years with the Future Urban Transport programme+; Volvo Research and Educational Foundations, Sweden.

Carruthers R, and Hensher D (2012) Resource value of business air travel time Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 70-90.

Hensher D (2012) Sustainable public transport systems: moving towards a value for money and network-based approach and away from blind commitment Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 82-90.

Hensher D (2012) Delivering value for money to government through efficient and effective public transit service continuity: some thoughts (including commentary of 8 respondents) Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 52-98.

Hensher D (2012) Introduction Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 1-48.

Hensher D, and Chung D (2012) Road infrastructure and institutional reform-tolling and pricing Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 62-81.

Hensher D, and Goodwin P (2012) Using value of travel times savings for toll roads: avoiding some common errors Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 421-440.

Hensher D, and Greene W (2012) The mixed logit model: the state of practice Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 261-303.

Li Z, Hensher D, and Rose J (2012) Willingness to pay for travel time reliability in passenger transport: a review and some new empirical evidence Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 201-238.

Working Paper

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2012) The North West Rail Link: Winners and losers in the locality of the north west area.

2011

Journal Articles

Apelbaum J, Li Z, and Hensher D (2011) A Correction Framework for Improving the Robustness of Motor Vehicle Registration Data: An Australian Application Transportation Research Part D, 16 (7), 562-570. [More Information]

Bain S, Hensher D, and Li Z (2011) R-Tresis: developing a transport model system for regional New South Wales Journal of Transport Geography, 19 (4), 615-622. [More Information]

Beck M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2011) Behavioural Responses to Vehicle Emissions Charging Transportation, 38 (3), 445-463. [More Information]

Campbell D, Hensher D, and Scarpa R (2011) Non-attendance to Attributes in Environmental Choice Analysis: A Latent Class Specification Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 54 (8), 1061-1076. [More Information]

Hensher D (2011) A practical note on calculating a behaviourally meaningful generalised cost when there are two cost parameters in a utility expression Road and Transport Research, 20 (3), 90-92.

Hensher D, and Chen X (2011) What does it cost to travel in Sydney? Spatial and equity contrasts across the metropolitan region Road and Transport Research, 20 (2), 14-33.

Hensher D, and Collins A (2011) Interrogation of Responses to Stated Choice Experiments: Is there sense in what respondents tell us? A Closer Look at what Respondents Choose and Process Heuristics used in Stated Choice Experiments Journal of Choice Modelling, 4 (1), 62-89. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Greene W (2011) Valuation of Travel Time Savings in WTP and Preference Space in the Presence of Taste and Scale Heterogeneity Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 45 (3), 505-525.

Hensher D, and Wong G (2011) Different Approaches to Public Transport Provision Journeys, 7, 31-41.

Hensher D, Beck M, and Rose J (2011) Accounting for Preference and Scale Heterogeneity in Establishing Whether It Matters Who is Interviewed to Reveal Household Automobile Purchase Preferences Environmental and Resource Economics, 49 (1), 1-22. [More Information]

Hensher D, Greene W, and Li Z (2011) Embedding Risk Attitude and Decisions Weights in Non-linear Logit to Accommodate Time Variability in the Value of Expected Travel Time Savings Transportation Research Part B, 45 (7), 954-972. [More Information]

Hensher D, Jou R, Rose J, Li Z, and Huang G (2011) A Comparative Investigation of the Effects of the Design Dimensions of Choice Experiments on Car Commuters' Route Choice Behaviour and Valuation of Time in Taiwan and Australia International Journal of Transport Economics, 38 (2), 145-170.

Hensher D, Rose J, and Collins A (2011) Identifying commuter preferences for existing modes and a proposed Metro in Sydney, Australia with special reference to crowding Public Transport, 3 (2), 109-147. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, de Dios Ortuzar J, and Rizzi L (2011) Estimating the Value of Risk Reduction for Pedestrians in the Road Environment: An Exploratory Analysis Journal of Choice Modelling, 4 (2), 70-94. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, and Hsu T (2011) Airport Ground Access Mode Choice Behavior After the Introduction of New Mode: A Case Study of Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 47 (3), 371-381. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, Wu Y, and Liu J (2011) A study of motorcyclist's idling stop behaviour at red lights Transportation Planning and Technology, 34 (5), 487-495. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2011) Crowding and public transport: A review of willingness to pay evidence and its relevance in project appraisal Transport Policy, 18 (6), 880-887. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2011) Prospect Theoretic Contributions in Understanding Traveller Behaviour under Risk or Uncertainty: A Review and Some Comments Transport Reviews, 31 (1), 97-115. [More Information]

Li Z, Hensher D, and Rose J (2011) Identifying Sources of Systematic Variation in Direct Price Elasticities from Revealed Preference Studies of Inter-city Freight Demand Transport Policy, 18 (5), 727-734. [More Information]

Masiero L, and Hensher D (2011) Shift of reference point and implications on behavioural reaction to gains and losses Transportation, 38 (2), 249-271. [More Information]

McNair B, Bennett J, and Hensher D (2011) A Comparison of Responses to Single and Repeated Discrete Choice Questions Resource and Energy Economics, 33 (3), 554-571. [More Information]

McNair B, Bennett J, Hensher D, and Rose J (2011) Households' willingness to pay for overhead-to-underground conversion of electricity distribution networks Energy Policy, 39 (5), 2560-2567. [More Information]

Merkert R, and Hensher D (2011) The Impact of Strategic Management and Fleet Planning on Airline Efficiency - A Random Effects Tobit Model Based on DEA Efficiency Scores Transportation Research Part A, 45 (7), 686-695. [More Information]

Puckett S, Hensher D, Brooks M, and Trifts V (2011) Preferences for alternative short sea shipping opportunities Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 47 (2), 182-189. [More Information]

Rong-Chang J, Hensher D, Wu Y, and Liu J (2011) The Willingness-to-Accept in Time Compensation for Turning Off the Idling Engine of Motorcycles at Red Lights in Taiwan: A Short Note Transportation Research Part D, 16 (3), 251-256. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2011) Environmental and social taxes: Reforming road pricing in Australia Road and Transport Research, 20 (4), 87-99.

Stanley J, Hensher D, and Loader C (2011) Road transport and climate change: Stepping off the greenhouse gas Transportation Research Part A, 45 (10), 1020-1030. [More Information]

Stanley J, Hensher D, Stanley J, and Vella-Brodrick D (2011) Mobility, social exclusion and well-being: Exploring the links Transportation Research Part A, 45 (8), 789-801. [More Information]

Stanley J, Hensher D, Stanley J, Currie G, Greene W, and Vella-Brodrick D (2011) Social Exclusion and the Value of Mobility Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 45 (2), 197-222.

Tirachini A, and Hensher D (2011) Bus Congestion, Optimal Infrastructure Investment and the Choice of a Fare Collection System in Dedicated Bus Corridors Transportation Research Part B, 45 (5), 828-844. [More Information]

Book

Hensher D, and Rose J (2011) Choice Modelling: Foundational Contributions; Edward Elgar Publishing, Australia.

Conference Proceeding

Hensher D, and Daniels R (2011) Monitoring community views on transport confidence over time: the quarterly Transport Opinion Survey (TOPS) 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Adelaide, Australia.

Book Chapters

Hensher D (2011) Valuation of Travel Time Savings A Handbook of Transport Economics; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 135-159. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Chung D (2011) Road infrastructure and institutional reform:tolling and pricing International Handbook of Network Industries: The Liberalization of Infrastructure; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 252-268. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2011) Introduction Choice Modelling: Foundational Contributions; Edward Elgar Publishing, Australia, xiii-xviii.

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2011) Economic Modelling New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research; Emerald Group Publishing, United Kingdom, 201-219. [More Information]

Working Paper

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Smith N (2011) Towards a simplified payment formula as a reference point for bus contract negotiation or assessment.

2010

Journal Articles

Chung D, Hensher D, and Rose J (2010) Toward the betterment of risk allocation: Investigating risk perceptions of Australian stakeholder groups to public-private-partnership tollroad projects Research in Transportation Economics, 30 (1), 43-58. [More Information]

Greene W, and Hensher D (2010) Does scale heterogeneity across individuals matter? An empirical assessment of alternative logit models Transportation, 37 (3), 413-428. [More Information]

Greene W, and Hensher D (2010) Ordered Choices and Heterogeneity in Attribute Processing Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 44 (3), 331-364.

Hensher D (2010) Incompleteness and clarity in bus contracts: Identifying the nature of the ex ante and ex post perceptual divide Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1), 106-117. [More Information]

Hensher D (2010) Hypothetical bias, choice experiments and willingness to pay Transportation Research Part B, 44 (6), 735-752. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Greene W (2010) Non-attendance and dual processing of common-metric attributes in choice analysis: a latent class specification Empirical Economics, 39 (2), 413-426. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Layton D (2010) Parameter transfer of common-metric attributes in choice analysis: implications for willingness to pay Transportation, 37 (3), 473-490. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Li Z (2010) Accounting for differences in modelled estimates of RP, SP and RP/SP direct petrol price elasticities for car mode choice: A warning Transport Policy, 17 (3), 191-195. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Stanley J (2010) Contracting regimes for bus services: What have we learnt after 20 years? Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1), 140-144. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Yahya N (2010) Passenger experience with quality-enhanced bus service: The tyne and wear 'superoute' services Transportation, 37 (2), 239-256. [More Information]

Hess S, and Hensher D (2010) Using conditioning on observed choices to retrieve individual-specific attribute processing strategies Transportation Research Part B, 44 (6), 781-790. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, Liu Y, and Chiu C (2010) Urban commuters' mode-switching behaviour in Taipai, with an application of the bounded rationality principle Urban Studies, 47 (3), 650-665. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, Wu P, and Fujii S (2010) Road Pricing Acceptance: Analysis of Survey Results for Kyoto and Taichung International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 4 (3), 172-187. [More Information]

Layton D, and Hensher D (2010) Aggregation of common-metric attributes in preference revelation and implications for willingness to pay Transportation Research Part D, 15 (7), 394-404. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2010) Toll Roads in Australia: an Overview of Characteristics and Accuracy of Demand Forecasts Transport Reviews, 30 (5), 541-569. [More Information]

Li Z, Hensher D, and Rose J (2010) Willingness to Pay for Travel Time Reliability in Passenger Transport: A Review and Some New Empirical Evidence Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 46 (3), 384-403. [More Information]

Li Z, Rose J, and Hensher D (2010) Forecasting Automobile Petrol Demand in Australia: An Evaluation of Empirical Models Transportation Research Part A, 44 (1), 16-38. [More Information]

Li Z, Rose J, and Hensher D (2010) Forecasting petrol demand and assessing the impact of selective strategies to reduce fuel consumption Transportation Planning and Technology, 33 (5), 407-421. [More Information]

Masiero L, and Hensher D (2010) Analyzing loss aversion and diminishing sensitivity in a freight transport stated choice experiment Transportation Research Part A, 44 (5), 349-358. [More Information]

Scarpa R, Thiene M, and Hensher D (2010) Monitoring Choice Task Attribute Attendance in Nonmarket Valuation of Multiple Park Management Services: Does It Matter? Land Economics, 86 (4), 817-839. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Jara-Diaz S (2010) Restating modal investment priority with an improved model for public transport analysis Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 46 (6), 1148-1168. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Jara-Diaz S (2010) Comparing operator and users costs of light rail, heavy rail and bus rapid transit over a radial public transport network Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1), 231-242. [More Information]

van de Velde D, Veeneman W, Hensher D, and Steel R (2010) Reforming Public Transport throughout the World Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1).

Book

Greene W, and Hensher D (2010) Modeling Ordered Choices: A Primer; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge United Kingdom. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Hensher D (2010) Informed Thinking on Frequency, Connectivity and Visibility of Integrated Metropolitan Wide Public Transport (Keynote Address) 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2010; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Australia.

Book Chapters

Collins A, Hensher D, and Li Z (2010) Regional airports and opportunities for low-cost carriers in Australia Development of Regional Airports: Theoretical Analyses and Case Studies; Wit Press, Southampton United Kingdom, 149-174.

Hensher D (2010) Attribute Processing, Heuristics and Preference Construction in Choice Analysis Choice Modelling: The State-of-the-Art and the State-of Practice: Proceedings from the Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference; Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley United Kingdom, 35-69. [More Information]

Hensher D (2010) The Estimation of Travel Demand using Revealed and Stated Preference Data Feasibility Decisions in Transportation Engineering: Stategies for Transport Evaluation; McGraw Hill, Italy, 85-110.

2009

Journal Articles

Beharry-Borg N, Hensher D, and Scarpa R (2009) An Analytical Framework for Joint vs Separate Decisions by Couples in Choice Experiments: The Case of Coastal Water Quality in Tobago Environmental and Resource Economics, 43 (1), 95-117. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2009) Efficient stated choice experiments for estimating nested logit models Transportation Research Part B, 43 (1), 19-35. [More Information]

Del Mistro R, and Hensher D (2009) Upgrading Informal Settlements in South Africa: Policy, Rhetoric and what Residents really Value Housing Studies, 24 (3), 333-354. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2009) Toll product preferences and implications for alternative payment options and going cashless Transportation, 36 (2), 131-145. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2009) Simplifying choice through attribute preservation or non-attendance: Implications for willingness to pay Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 45 (4), 583-590. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Stanley J (2009) What if Petrol increased to $10 per litre in Melbourne? Implications for Travel Behaviour and Public Transport Demand Road and Transport Research, 18 (3), 61-68.

Hensher D, Rose J, de Dios Ortuzar J, and Rizzi L (2009) Estimating the willingness to pay and value of risk reduction for car occupants in the road environment Transportation Research Part A, 43 (7), 692-707. [More Information]

Li Z, and Hensher D (2009) Road freight demand in Australia: key drivers and forecasts Road and Transport Research, 18 (2), 15-26.

Li Z, and Hensher D (2009) Technical Note: The Ageing Transport Workforce Road and Transport Research, 18 (2), 55-6.

Pinjari A, Bhat C, and Hensher D (2009) Residential self-selection effects in an activity time-use behavior model Transportation Research Part B, 43 (7), 729-748. [More Information]

Puckett S, and Hensher D (2009) Revealing the extent of process heterogeneity in choice analysis: An emperical assessment Transportation Research Part A, 43 (2), 117-126. [More Information]

Rose J, Hensher D, Caussade S, De Dios Ortuzar J, and Jou R (2009) Identifying differences in willingness to pay due to dimensionality in stated choice experiments: a cross country analysis Journal of Transport Geography, 17 (1), 21-29. [More Information]

Scarpa R, Gilbride T, Campbell D, and Hensher D (2009) Modelling attribute non-attendance in choice experiments for rural landscape valuation European Review of Agricultural Economics, 36 (2), 151-174. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2009) Policy Forum: Urban Transport- Urban Transport in Australia: Has It Reached Breaking Point? Australian Economic Review, 42 (2), 190-200. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Bain S, and Hensher D (2009) Developing disaggregate transport prediction models from aggregate survey data 32nd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2009; New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Auckland, New Zealand.

Washington S, Ravulaparthy S, Rose J, Hensher D, and Pendyala R (2009) Bayesian Imputation of Non-Chosen Attribute Values in Revealed Preference Surveys 88th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2009; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, United States.

Book Chapters

Hensher D, Rose J, and Puckett S (2009) Selective Developments in Choice Analysis and a Reminder about the Dimensionality of Behavioral Analysis The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research; Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom, 237-275.

Puckett S, and Hensher D (2009) Modelling Interdependent Behaviour as a Sequentially Administered Stated Choice Experiment: Analysis of Variable User Charging and Agent Influence in Freight Distribution Chains The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research; Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom, 540-569.

Seminar Paper

Jones S, Hensher D, Rose J, and Walker R (2009) Infrastructure Asset Reporting Options: A Stated Preference Experiment American Accounting Association Annual Meeting and 2nd Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting CTLA 2009; American Accounting Association, Unted States.

2008

Journal Articles

Currie G, and Hensher D (2008) Growing public transport patronage and what has been found to work - an introduction Journal of Transport Geography.

Eluru N, Bhat C, and Hensher D (2008) A mixed generalized ordered response model for examining pedestrian and bicyclist injury severity level in traffic crashes Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40 (3), 1033-1054. [More Information]

Golotta K, and Hensher D (2008) Why is the Brisbane bus Rapid Transit System deemed a success? Road and Transport Research, 17 (4), 3-16.

Hensher D (2008) Empirical approaches to combining revealed and stated preference data: Some recent developments with reference to urban mode choice Research in Transportation Economics, 23 (1), 23-29. [More Information]

Hensher D (2008) Joint Estimation of Process and Outcome in Choice Experiments and Implications for Willingness to Pay Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 42 (2), 297-322.

Hensher D (2008) Influence of vehicle occupancy on the valuation of car driver's travel time savings: identifying important behavioural segments Transportation Research Part A, 42A (1), 67-76. [More Information]

Hensher D (2008) Assessing systematic sources of variation in public transport elasticities: Some comparative warnings Transportation Research Part A, 42 (7), 1032-1043. [More Information]

Hensher D (2008) Reforms in Public Transport -Foreword and Editorial Research in Transportation Economics, 22 (1), 2-4.

Hensher D (2008) Climate change, enhanced greenhouse gas emissions and passenger transport - What can we do to make a difference? Transportation Research Part D, 13 (2), 95-111. [More Information]

Hensher D (2008) Frequency and Connectivity: Key Drivers of Reform in Urban Public Transport Provision Journeys, 1 (1), 25-33.

Hensher D, and Golob T (2008) Bus rapid transit systems: A comparative assessment Transportation, 35 (4), 501-518. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2008) Assessing the Influence of Distance-based Charges on Freight Transporters Transport Reviews, 28 (1), 1-19. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2008) Power, Concession and Agreement in Freight Distribution Chains: Subject to Distance-Based User Charges International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 11 (2), 81-100. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Stanley J (2008) Editorial: Competition and ownership in land passenger transport: New directions Transportation Research Part A, 42 (9), 1141-42.

Hensher D, and Stanley J (2008) Transacting under a performance-based contract: The role of negotiation and competitive tendering Transportation Research Part A, 42 (9), 1143-1151. [More Information]

Hensher D, Gwilliam K, Burton M, Smith N, Van de Velde D, and Fridstrom L (2008) The ideal contract roundtable Research in Transportation Economics.

Hensher D, Rose J, and Black I (2008) Interactive Agency Choice in Automobile Purchase Decisions: The Role of Negotiation in Determining Equilibrium Choice Outcomes Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 42 (2), 269-296.

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2008) Combining RP and SP data: biases in using the nested logit 'trick' - contrasts with flexible mixed logit incorporating panel and scale effects Journal of Transport Geography, 16 (2), 126-133. [More Information]

Hess S, Rose J, and Hensher D (2008) Asymmetric Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 44 (5), 847-863. [More Information]

Jou R, Lam S, Hensher D, Chen C, and Kuo C (2008) The effect of service quality and price on international airline competition Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 44 (4), 580-592. [More Information]

LaMondia J, Bhat C, and Hensher D (2008) An annual time use model for domestic vacation travel Journal of Choice Modelling, 1 (1), 70-97. [More Information]

Puckett S, and Hensher D (2008) The role of attribute processing strategies in estimating the preferences of road freight stakeholders Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 44 (3), 379-395. [More Information]

Rose J, Bliemer M, Hensher D, and Collins A (2008) Designing efficient stated choice experiments in the presence of reference alternatives Transportation Research Part B, 42 (4), 395-406. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2008) Delivering Trusting Partnerships for Route Bus Services: A Melbourne Case Study Transportation Research Part A, 42 (10), 1295-1301. [More Information]

Books

Hensher D (2008) Public Transport Reform: A Global Assessment, Research in Transportation Economics Volume Series; Elsevier, Oxford UK.

Hensher D, and Button K (2008) Handbook of Transport Modelling; Elsevier, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Jones S, and Hensher D (2008) Advances in Credit Risk Modelling and Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.

Book Chapters

Hensher D, and Button, K (2008) Introduction Handbook of Transport Modelling; Elsevier, Oxford, United Kingdom, 1-9.

Hensher D, and Jones S (2008) Mixed logit and error component models of corporate insolvency and bankruptcy risk Advances in Credit Risk Modelling and Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 44-79.

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2008) Behavioural responses of freight transporters and shippers to road-user charging schemes: an empirical assessment Pricing in Road Transport: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 29-63.

Jones S, and Hensher D (2008) An evaluation of open- and closed-form distress prediction models: The nested logit and latent class models Advances in Credit Risk Modelling and Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 80-113.

Jones S, and Hensher D (2008) Advances in the modelling of credit risk and corporate bankruptcy: Introduction Advances in Credit Risk Modelling and Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 1-13. [More Information]

2007

Journal Articles

Bouf D, and Hensher D (2007) The dark side of making transit irresistible: the example of France Transport Policy, 14 (6), 523-532. [More Information]

Golob T, and Hensher D (2007) The trip chaining activity of Sydney residents: A cross-section assessment by age group with a focus on seniors Journal of Transport Geography, 15 (4), 298-312. [More Information]

Greene W, and Hensher D (2007) Heteroscedastic control for random coefficients and error components in mixed logit Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 43 (5), 610-623. [More Information]

Hensher D (2007) Sustainable public transport systems: Moving towards a value for money and network-based approach and away from blind commitment Transport Policy, 14 (1), 98-102. [More Information]

Hensher D (2007) Reducing Sign Violation for VTTS Distributions through Endogenous Recognition of an Individual's Attribute Processing Strategy International Journal of Transport Economics, 34 (3), 333-349.

Hensher D (2007) Some Insights into the Key Influences on Trip-Chaining Activity and Public Transport Use of Seniors and the Elderly International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1 (1), 53-68. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Figliozzi M (2007) Behavioural insights into the modelling of freight transportation and distribution systems (guest editorial) Transportation Research Part B, 41 (9), 921-923. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Jones S (2007) Forecasting Corporate Bankruptcy: Optimizing the Performance of the Mixed Logit Model Abacus, 43 (3), 241-264. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2007) Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks for Studying Agent Interaction and Choice Revelation in Transportation Studies International Journal of Transport Economics, 34 (1), 17-47.

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2007) Congestion and variable user charging as an effective travel demand management instrument Transportation Research Part A, 41 (7), 615-626. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2007) Development of commuter and non-commuter mode choice models for the assessment of new public transport infrastructure projects: A case study Transportation Research Part A, A41 (5), 428-443. [More Information]

Hensher D, Jones S, and Greene W (2007) An Error Component Logit Analysis of Corporate Bankruptcy and Insolvency Risk in Australia Economic Record, 83 (260), 86-103. [More Information]

Hensher D, Puckett S, and Rose J (2007) Extending stated choice analysis to recognise agent-specific attribute endogeneity in bilateral group negotiation and choice: a think piece Transportation, 34 (6), 667-679. [More Information]

Hensher D, Puckett S, and Rose J (2007) Agency decision making in freight distribution chains: Establishing a parsimonious empirical framework from alternative behavioural structures Transportation Research Part B, 41 (9), 924-949. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Bertoia T (2007) The implications on willingness to pay of a stochastic treatment of attribute processing in stated choice studies Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 43 (2), 73-89. [More Information]

Hensher D, Yvrande-Billon A, Macário R, Preston J, White P, Tyson B, Van de Velde D, van Wee B, de Aragao J, Santos E, and et al (2007) Delivering Value for Money to Government through Efficient and Effective Public Transit Service Continuity: Some Thoughts Transport Reviews, 27 (4), 411-448. [More Information]

Jones S, and Hensher D (2007) Evaluating the Behavioural Performance of Alternative Logit Models: An Application to Corporate Takeovers Research Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 34 (7/8), 1193-1220. [More Information]

Jones S, and Hensher D (2007) Modelling corporate failure: A multinomial nested logit analysis for unordered outcomes The British Accounting Review, 39 (1), 89-107. [More Information]

Jou R, Hensher D, and Chen K (2007) Route Choice Behaviour of Freeway Travellers Under Real-time Traffic Information Provision - Application of the Best Route and the Habitual Route Choice Transportation Planning and Technology, 30 (6), 545-570. [More Information]

Puckett S, Hensher D, Rose J, and Collins A (2007) Design and development of a stated choice experiment for interdependent agents: accounting for interactions between buyers and sellers of urban freight services Transportation, 34 (4), 429-451. [More Information]

Books

Hensher D (2007) Bus Transport: Economics, Policy and Planning-Research in Transportation Economics Volume 18; JAI Press Elsevier, Oxford & The Netherlands.

Macario R, Viega J, and Hensher D (2007) Competition and ownership in land passenger transport : selected papers from the 9th International Conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon, September, 2005; Elsevier, United Kingdom.

Conference Proceedings

Rose J, Hensher D, and Hess S (2007) Examination of the Respondent Reported Attribute Processing Strategies in Stated Choice Experiments Constructed from Revealed Preference Data 86th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, United States.

Rose J, Hensher D, Caussade S, de D Ortúzar J, and Rong-Chang J (2007) Identifying differences in preferences due to dimensionality in stated choice experiments: a cross cultural analysis European Transport Conference ETC 2007; Association for European Transport (AET), United Kingdom.

Book Chapters

Hensher D (2007) Attribute processing in choice experiments and implications on willingness to pay Valuing environmental Amenities using Stated Choice Studies: A Common Sense Approach to Theory and Practice; Springer, The Netherlands, 135-157. [More Information]

Hensher D (2007) Models of organizational and agency choices for passenger and freight-related travel choices: Notions of interactivity and influence Moving Through Nets: The Physical and Social Dimensions of Travel; Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 107-130.

Hensher D (2007) Looking forward: What comes next in competition and ownership of land and passenger transport? Competition and ownership in land passenger transport : selected papers from the 9th International Conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon, September, 2005; Elsevier, United Kingdom, 9-32.

Hensher D (2007) Models of organisational and agency choices for passenger and freight-related travel choices: notions of interactivity and influence Moving Through Nets: The Physical and Social Dimensions of Travel; Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 107-130.

Hensher D (2007) Non-Commercial contract reimbursement: The Institute of Transport Studies (ITS) model Bus Transport: Economics, Policy and Planning-Research in Transportation Economics Volume 18; JAI Press Elsevier, Oxford & The Netherlands, 299-351.

Hensher D (2007) Social Exclusion - Informed Reality Thinking on Accessibility and Mobility in an Aging Population No Way to Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities; Monash University ePress, Melbourne, 05.1-05.11.

Hensher D, and Knowles L (2007) Spatial alliances of public transit operators: Establishing operator preferences for area management contracts with government Competition and ownership in land passenger transport : selected papers from the 9th International Conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon, September, 2005; Elsevier, United Kingdom, 517-545.

Truong T, and Hensher D (2007) A reassessment of the characterisation of congestion on an urban road network - some theoretical suggestions and illustrative experiments Essays on Transport Economics; Physica-Verlag (a Springer Company), Heidelberg, 7-32. [More Information]

Truong T, and Hensher D (2007) A reassessment of the characterisation of congestion on an urban road network - some theoretical suggestions and illustrative experiments Essays on Transport Economics; Physica-Verlag (a Springer Company), Heidelberg, 7-32. [More Information]

Wallis I, and Hensher D (2007) Competitive tendering for urban bus services - Cost impacts: International experience and Issues Competition and ownership in land passenger transport : selected papers from the 9th International Conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon, September, 2005; Elsevier, United Kingdom, 453-488.

2006

Journal Articles

Greene W, Hensher D, and Rose J (2006) Accounting for heterogeneity in the variance of unobserved effects in mixed logit models Transportation Research Part B, 40 (1), 75-92. [More Information]

Hensher D (2006) How do respondents process stated choice experiments? Attribute consideration under varying information load Journal of Applied Econometrics, 21 (6), 861-878. [More Information]

Hensher D (2006) Revealing Differences in Willingness to Pay due to the Dimensionality of Stated Choice Designs: An Initial Assessment Environmental and Resource Economics, 34 (1), 7-44. [More Information]

Hensher D (2006) Integrating Accident and Travel Delay Externalities in an Urban Speed Reduction Context Transport Reviews, 26 (4), 521-534. [More Information]

Hensher D (2006) Towards a practical method to establish comparable values of travel time savings from stated choice experiments with differing design dimensions Transportation Research Part A, 40, 829-840. [More Information]

Hensher D (2006) The signs of the times: Imposing a globally signed condition on willingness to pay distributions Transportation, 33 (3), 205-222. [More Information]

Hensher D, Greene W, and Rose J (2006) Deriving willingness-to-pay estimates of travel-time savings from individual-based parameters Environment and Planning A, 38 (12), 2365-2376. [More Information]

Hensher D, Shore N, and Train K (2006) Water Supply Security and Willingness to Pay to Avoid Drought Restrictions Economic Record, 82 (256), 56-66. [More Information]

Puckett S, Hensher D, and Battelino H (2006) The adjustment of supply chains to new states: A qualitative assessment of decision relationships with reference to congestion charging International Journal of Transport Economics, 33 (3), 313-339.

Conference Proceedings

Hensher D (2006) The effect of service quality and price on international airline competition 2006 Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) World Conference; The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

Hensher D, Rose J, and Puckett S (2006) Recent developments in choice analysis 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research.

Rose J, Hensher D, and Hess S (2006) Examination of the respondent reported attribute processing strategies in stated choice experiments constructed from revealed preference data European Transport Conference: Association of European Transport (ETC) 2006; Association for European Transport (AET), London (on Line).

Book Chapter

Rose J, and Hensher D (2006) Handling individual specific availability of alternatives in stated choice experiments Travel Survey Methods: Quality and Future Directions; Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK, 325-346.

Seminar Papers

Jones S, and Hensher D (2006) Towards an improved framework for predicting corporate failure: A comparison of open vs closed form discrete choice models Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference (AFAANZ) 2006; John Wiley & Sons, online.

Jones S, and Hensher D (2006) The relevance of advanced choice modelling in accounting research American Accounting Association Annual Meeting AAA 2006; American Accounting Association, United States.

2005

Journal Articles

Alsnih R, and Hensher D (2005) Travel behaviour of seniors in an aging population: an exploratory study of trip chains and modal preferences in the greater metropolitan area of Sydney Road and Transport Research, 14 (4), 60-76.

Caussade S, de Dios Ortuzar J, Rizzi L, and Hensher D (2005) Assessing the influence of design dimensions on stated choice experiment estimates Transportation Research Part B, 39 (7), 621-640. [More Information]

Hensher D (2005) Opinion: Sydney 2005 light rail debate Road and Transport Research, 14 (1), 86-88.

Hensher D, and Knowles L (2005) The postgraduate business curriculum: The frontline in the war between professionalism and academic irrelevance International Journal of Management Education, 4 (3), 31-39.

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2005) Refocusing the modelling of freight distribution: Development of an economic-based framework to evaluate supply chain behaviour in response to congestion charging Transportation, 32 (6), 573-602. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Puckett S (2005) Road user charging: The global relevance of recent developments in the United Kingdom Transport Policy, 12 (5), 377-383. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Rose J (2005) Respondent Behavior in Discrete Choice Modeling with a Focus on the Valuation of Travel Time Savings Journal of Transportation and Statistics, 8 (2), 17-30.

Hensher D, and Wallis I (2005) Competitive Tendering as a Contracting Mechanism for Subsidising Transport: The Bus Experience Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 39 (3), 295-321.

Hensher D, Kim K, and Ton T (2005) Review of TRESIS as a strategic advisory tool for evaluating land use and transport policies Road and Transport Research, 14 (3), 34-49. [More Information]

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2005) The implications on willingness to pay of respondents ignoring specific attributes Transportation, 32 (3), 203-222.

Hensher D, Shore N, and Train K (2005) Households' Willingness to Pay for Water Service Attributes Environmental and Resource Economics, 32 (4), 509-531. [More Information]

Jones S, and Hensher D (2005) Advanced Probability Modelling and the Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research, 3 (2), 21-35.

Louviere J, Train K, Ben-Akiva M, Bhat C, Brownstone D, Cameron T, Carson R, Deshazo J, Fiebig D, Greene W, Hensher D, and et al (2005) Recent Progress on Endogeneity in Choice Modeling Marketing Letters, 16 (3-4), 255-265. [More Information]

Rose J, Hensher D, and Greene W (2005) Recovering costs through price and service differentiation: Accounting for exogenous information on attribute processing strategies in airline choice Journal of Air Transport Management, 11 (6), 400-407. [More Information]

Books

Button K, and Hensher D (2005) Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy & Institutions; Elsevier, Oxford.

Hensher D (2005) Competition & Ownership in Land Passenger Transport: Selected papers from the 8th International Conference (Thredbo 8); Emerald Group Publishing Limited, United Kingdom.

Hensher D, Rose J, and Greene W (2005) Applied Choice Analysis: A Primer; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Conference Proceeding

Jones S, and Hensher D (2005) Modeling Corporate Failure: A Multinomial Nested Logit Analysis for Unordered Outcomes American Accounting Association Annual Meeting AAA 2005; American Accounting Association, USA.

Book Chapters

Button K, and Hensher D (2005) Introduction Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy & Institutions; Elsevier, Oxford, 1-8.

Greene W, Hensher D, and Rose J (2005) Using classical simulation based estimators to estimate individual willingness to pay values: A mixed logit case study of commuters Applications of simulation methods in environmental and resource economics; Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 17-33.

Hensher D (2005) Performance Evaluation Frameworks Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy & Institutions; Elsevier, Oxford, 83-96.

Hensher D (2005) Introduction Competition and ownership in land passenger transport; Elsevier, Oxford, 1-5.

Hensher D, and Houghton E (2005) Performance based contracts: Theme A Competition and ownership in land passenger transport; Elsevier, Oxford, 23-46.

Hensher D, and Houghton E (2005) Implementing performance-based quality contracts in the bus sector: Growing patronage and post-transitional arrangements Competition and ownership in land passenger transport; Elsevier, Oxford, 129-153.

Houghton E, and Hensher D (2005) Negotiated and competitively tendered performance based contracts Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy & Institutions; Elsevier, Oxford, 527-546.

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2005) Performance based contracts in public transportation: The Melbourne experience Competition and ownership in land passenger transport; Elsevier, Oxford, 155-176.

2004

Journal Articles

Hensher D (2004) Identifying The Influence Of Stated Choice Design Dimensionality On Willingness To Pay For Travel Time Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 38 (3), 425-446.

Hensher D, and Goodwin P (2004) Using Values Of Travel Time Savings For Toll Roads: Avoiding Some Common Errors Transport Policy, 11 (2), 171-181. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Houghton E (2004) Performance-Based Quality Contracts For The Bus Sector: Delivering Social And Commercial Value For Money Transportation Research Part B, 38 (2), 123-146. [More Information]

Hensher D, Stopher P, Bullock P, and Ton T (2004) Tresis: Application Of Transport And Environmental Strategic Impact Simulator To Sydney, Australia Transportation Research Record, 1898, 114-123. [More Information]

Jones S, and Hensher D (2004) Predicting Firm Financial Distress: A Mixed Logit Model The Accounting Review, 79 (4), 1011-1038. [More Information]

O'Fallon C, Sullivan C, and Hensher D (2004) Constraints Affecting Mode Choices By Morning Car Commuters Transport Policy, 11 (1), 17-30. [More Information]

Rose J, and Hensher D (2004) Modelling Agent Interdependency In Group Decision Making Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 40 (1), 63-79. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Hensher D (2004) Melbourne's Public Transport Franchising: Lessons For PPPs (Forum) Australian Accounting Review, 14 (2), 42-50.

2003

Journal Articles

Alsnih R, and Hensher D (2003) The mobility and accessibility expectations of seniors in an aging population Transportation Research Part A, 37 (10), 903-916. [More Information]

Greene W, and Hensher D (2003) A latent class model for discrete choice analysis: contrasts with mixed logit Transportation Research Part B, 37 (8), 681-698. [More Information]

Hensher D (2003) Contract areas and service quality issues in public transit provision: Some thoughts on the European and Ausralian context Journal of Public Transportation, 6 (3), 15-42.

Hensher D (2003) Influences on distance-based unit costs for non-urban bus operations in New South Wales Road and Transport Research, 12 (1), 16-27.

Hensher D (2003) Urban public transport delivery in Australia: Issues and challenges in retaining and growing patronage Road and Transport Research, 12 (2), 31-41.

Hensher D, and Greene W (2003) The Mixed Logit model: The state of practice Transportation, 30 (2), 133-176. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Stanley J (2003) Performance-based quality contracts in bus service provision Transportation Research Part A, 37 (6), 519-538. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Sullivan C (2003) Willingness to pay for road curviness and road type Transportation Research Part D, 8, 139-155. [More Information]

Hensher D, Stopher P, and Bullock P (2003) Service quality-developing a service quality index in the provision of commercial bus contracts Transportation Research Part A, 37 (6), 499-517. [More Information]

O'Fallon C, Sullivan C, and Hensher D (2003) Understanding UnderlyingConstraints Affecting Decision-Making by Morning Car Commuters Transport Policy, 11, 1-16. [More Information]

Book

Hensher D, and Button K (2003) Handbook of Transport and the Environment: Handbooks in Transport Volume 4; Elsevier, Netherlands.

Conference Proceedings

Hensher D (2003) Service quality as a package: what does it mean to heterogeneous consumers? 9th WCTR Conference; WCTR Conference and Elsevier, CD.

Hensher D (2003) The valuation of non-commuting travel time savings for urban car drivers 9th WCTR Conference; WCTR Conference and Elsevier, CD.

Ton T, and Hensher D (2003) Sythesising population data: the specification and generation of synthetic households in Triesis2.0 9th WCTR Conference; WCTR Conference and Elsevier, CD.

Book Chapter

Hensher D (2003) Integrated transport models for environmental assessment Handbook of Transport and the Environment: Handbooks in Transport Volume 4; Elsevier, Netherlands, 787-804.

Selected grants

2018

2017-2021

2017-2019

2016-2020

  • MetroScan-TI; Artemis High Performance Computing (HPC) Grand Challenge Scheme (Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research).

2016-2017

2015-2018

2015

2014-2016

2012-2014

2011-2013

Newsroom articles

  • David Hensher: transport economist 30 Oct 2018

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    David Hensher is interviewed on Smart Mobility.

  • David Hensher on 2MCE Orange 27 Sep 2018

    2MCE Orange

    2MCE Orange interviewed Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School, about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • David Hensher on 2SM Sydney 26 Sep 2018

    2SM Sydney

    2SM Sydney interviewed Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School, about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • Professor David Hensher on 6PR Perth 25 Sep 2018

    6PR Perth

    6PR Perth interviewed Professor David Hensher from the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • Should you pay less if you use the road less? 25 Sep 2018

    6PR Perth Live

    6PR interviewed Professor David Hensher on how Australians would prefer charges such as vehicle registration fees to be replaced with charges linked to the distance that they travel.

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