Telecommunications

1.1  Teleshopping and E-Commerce

  • “Relationships between the Online and In-Store Shopping Frequency of Davis, California Residents”, by Richard J. Lee, Ipek N. Sener, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Susan L. Handy.  Forthcoming, Transportation Research A.
  • “The Interactions between E-shopping and Store Shopping in the Shopping Process for Search Goods and Experience Goods”, by Qing Zhai, Xinyu Cao, Patricia Mokhtarian, and Feng Zhen.  Forthcoming, Transportation.
  • “Association between Online Purchasing and Store Purchasing for Four Types of Products in Nanjing, China”, by Feng Zhen, Xinyu (Jason) Cao, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Guangliang Xi. Transportation Research Record 2566, 2016, 93-101.  DOI 10.3141/2566-10.
  • “Trivariate Probit Models of Pre-purchase/Purchase Shopping Channel Choice: Clothing Purchases in Northern California”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Wei (Laura) Tang.  Chapter 12 in Stephane Hess and Andrew Daly, eds., Choice Modelling: The State of the Art and the State of Practice.  Edward Elgar:  Cheltenham,UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2013, pp. 243-273.
  • “Accounting for Taste Heterogeneity in Purchase Channel Intention Modeling: An Example from Northern California for Clothing Purchases”, by Wei (Laura) Tang and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Paper No. 10-3531 presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washing­ton, DC, January 2010.
  • “Complementarity or Substitution of Online and In-store Shopping: An Empirical Analysis from Northern California”, by Giovanni Circella and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Paper No. 10-0894 presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washing­ton, DC, January 2010.  [update/revision of 2007 Amsterdam paper]
  • “Accounting for Taste Heterogeneity in Purchase Channel Intention Modeling: An Example from Northern California for Book Purchases”, by Wei (Laura) Tang and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Choice Modelling 2(2), 2009, 31-55.
  • “The Impact of Product Type and Other Variables on Store and Internet Purchase Intentions:  Clothing versus Books”, by Wei Tang and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Paper No. 09-3105 presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2009.
  • “The Impact of Product Type and Other Variables on Shopping Channel Perceptions:  Clothing versus Books”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Wei Tang.  Presented at the Third International Specialist Meeting on ICTs, Coombe Lodge, Bristol, UK, March 16-19, 2008.
  • “The Role of Social Factors in Store and Internet Purchase Frequencies of Clothing/Shoes”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Giovanni Circella.  Presented at the international workshop on Frontiers in Transportation: Social Interactions, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, October 14-16, 2007.
  • “Shopping-Related Attitudes:  A Factor and Cluster Analysis of Northern California Shoppers”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, David T. Ory, and Xinyu Cao.  Environment & Planning B 36(2), 2009, 204-228.  doi:10.1068/b34015t.  Included in Cluster Analysis, eds. David Byrne and Emma Uprichard, Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, Sage Publications, 2011.  ISBN 978-0-85702-128-1. 
  • “A Conceptual Analysis of the Transportation Impacts of B2C E-Commerce”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation 31(3) (August), 2004, 257-284.  Author’s postprint available at repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/37/.  An abridged version appears (in German) as „Aus­wirk­ungen von E-Commerce auf Verkehr und r@umliche Entwicklung – eine konzeptionelle Analyse“ in Johann Jessen, Barbara Lenz, Horst J. Roos, and Walter Vogt (Hrsg.), eds., B2C Elektronischer Handel – eine Inventur:  Unternehmensstrategien, logistische Konzepte und Wirkungen auf Stadt und Verkehr, Leske + Budrich, Opladen, 2003, pp. 206 - 232.
  • "Multicriteria Network Equilibrium Modeling with Variable Weights for Decision-Making in the Information Age, with Applications to Telecommuting and Teleshopping", by Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 26(9-10), special issue in honor of David Kendrick, 2002, 1629-1650.
  • "Teleshopping versus Shopping:  A Multicriteria Network Equilibrium Framework", by Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Mathematical and Computer Modeling 34, 2001, 783-798.

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1.2  Teleconferencing

  • "An Empirical Evaluation of the Travel Impacts of Teleconferencing", by Patricia Lyon Mokhtarian, Transportation Research A 22A(4), 1988, 283-289.

1.3  General Telecommunications

  • “‘Nomads at Last’? A Set of Perspectives on How Mobile Technology May Affect Travel”, by Filippo Dal Fiore, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Matan E. Singer.  Journal of Transport Geography 41, 2014, 97-106.
  • “Are the Complementary Relationships between Transportation and Communications for Industrial Uses Dominant? A Case Study for Asian Countries”, by Sangho Choo, Yukyoung Chang, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, and Keeyeon Hwang.  Paper No. 12-2985, accepted for presentation at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January, 2012.
  • “If Telecommunication is Such a Good Substitute for Travel, Why Does Congestion Continue to Get Worse?”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Letters 1(1), 2009, 1-17.  An abridged version appears (in Dutch) as “i-Mobiliteit”, in Agora (a Dutch-language magazine for urban planners and policymakers), Fall 2007, 15-18.  A different abridged version appears in Ram M. Pendyala and Ashish Verma (eds.), Indo-US Perspectives and Advances in Mass Transit and Travel Behaviour Research (Allied Publishers, New Delhi, India, 2011) under the title, “The impacts of telecommunications technologies on travel behavior:  Thoughts on the Indian context.”
  • “A Decomposition of Trends in U.S. Consumer Expenditures on Communications and Travel:  1984-2002”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Taihyeong Lee, and Sangho Choo.  Quality and Quantity 45(1), 2011, 1-19.
  • “Correlations between Industrial Demands (Direct and Total) for Communications and Transpor­tation in the U.S. Economy 1947-1997”, by Taihyeong Lee and Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transportation 35(1), 2008, 1-22.  Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/3249.
  • “Industry-specific Correlations between the Demand for Transportation and Communications in the U.S. Economy, 1947-1997”, by Taihyeong Lee and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Paper no. 07-2385 presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2007, and available on the conference CD.
  • “Do Transportation and Communications Tend to be Substitutes, Complements, or Neither?  The U.S. Consumer Expenditures Perspective, 1984-2002”, by Sangho Choo, Taihyeong Lee, and Pat­ri­cia L. Mokhtarian.  Transpor­ta­tion Research Record 2010, 2007, 121-132.  doi 10.3141/2010-14.  UCD-ITS-RP-08-04.pdf, available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=1134.
  • Relationships between U. S. Consumer Expenditures on Communications and Transportation Using Almost Ideal Demand System Modeling: 1984-2002”, by Sangho Choo, Taihyeong Lee and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Planning and Technology 30(5), 2007, 431-453.  Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/3395.
  • Telecommunications and Travel Demand and Supply:  Aggregate Structural Equation Models for the U.S.”, by Sangho Choo and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Transportation Research A 41(1), 4-18, 2007.  Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/2110/.
  • The Impacts of ICT on Leisure Activities and Travel:  A Conceptual Exploration”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Susan L. Handy.  Transportation 33(3) (June), 2006, 263-289.  Authors’ postprint available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1174/.
  •  “Do Telecommunications Affect Passenger Travel or Vice Versa?  Structural Equation Models of Aggregate U.S. Time Series Data Using Composite Indexes”, by Sangho Choo and Patricia L. Mokh­tarian.  Transportation Research Record 1926, 2005, 224-232.
  • Communication Chains:  A Methodology for Assessing the Impacts of the Internet on Communi­ca­tion and Travel”, by Colby Brown, Prashant Balepur, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Urban Technology (April), 2005, 71-98.
  • "Telecommunications and Travel:  The Case for Complementarity", by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Journal of Industrial Ecology 6(2), Special Issue on E-Commerce, the Internet, and the Environment, 2002, 43-57.  Available on the Internet at http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/120133161/issue.  An abridged version appears as Chapter 17 in Auswirkungen der Virtuellen Mobilität. Berlin:  Springer-Verlag, 2004, 217-243.  Reprinted in Transport:  Critical Essays in Human Geography, eds. Susan Hanson and Mei-Po Kwan.  Series on Contemporary Foundations of Space and Place, ed. John Agnew.  Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Aldershot, England, 2008.
  • "Traffic Network Equilibrium and the Environment:  A Multicriteria Decision-Making Perspec­tive", by Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Chap. 25 in Erricos Kontoghiorghes, Berc Rustem, and Stavros Siokos, eds., Computational Methods in Decision-Making, Economics, and Finance.  Kluwer Applied Optimization Series.  Dordrecht:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, 501-523.  Available at https://supernet.isenberg.umass.edu/articles/multienv.pdf.
  • "Beyond Tele-substitution:  Disaggregate Longitudinal Structural Equations Modeling of Communications Impacts", by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Ravikumar Meenakshisundaram.  Transportation Research C 7(1), 1999, 33-52.  Reprinted as Chapter 24 in Transport and Information Systems, eds. Roger Stough, Yoshiro Higano, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp (Series on Classics in Transport Analysis, eds. Kenneth Button and Peter Nijkamp), Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2003, 368-387.
  • "Emerging Travel Patterns:  Do Telecommunications Make a Difference?", by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Ilan Salomon.  Invited resource paper for the 8th Meeting of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Austin, TX, September 21-25, 1997.  Chapter 7 in:  In Perpetual Motion:  Travel Behaviour Research Opportunities and Application Challenges, Hani S. Mahmassani, ed., Pergamon Press/Elsevier, 2002, 143-182.
  • "A Typology of Relationships between Telecommunications and Transportation", by Patricia Lyon Mokhtarian, Transportation Research A 24A(3), 1990, 231-242.

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  • Impacts of Information and Communication Technology”, by Giovanni Circella and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Chapter 4 in Susan Hanson and Genevieve Giuiliano  (eds.), The Geography of Urban Transportation.  Guilford Press, New York, 2017, pp. 86-109.
  • The Tyranny of Time and Space – Weakened but not Vanquished:  Comment on the Special Section on Media and Mobility”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian. Transfers 3(1), 2013, 140-146.
  • Impacts of ICT on Travel Behavior:  A Tapestry of Relationships”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Gil Tal. Chapter 14 in The SAGE Handbook of Transport Studies, Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Theo Notteboom, and Jon Shaw, eds., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2013, pp. 241-260.
  • Social Networks and Telecommunications”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Chapter 17 in The Expan­ding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research, Ryuichi Kitamura, Toshio Yoshii, and Toshiyuki Yamamoto, eds., Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009, pp. 429-438.
  • Can Telecommunications Help Solve Transportation Problems? A Decade Later:  Are the Pros­pects Any Better?”, by Ilan Salomon and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Chapter 27 in David A. Hensher and Kenneth J. Button, eds., The Handbook of Transport Modelling, 2nd edition.  Amsterdam:  Pergamon, 2008, 519-540.
  • The Information Highway:  Just Because We're on it Doesn't Mean We Know Where We're Going”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  World Transport Policy and Practice 2(1/2), 1996, 24-28.  Available at www.ecoplan.org/wtpp/wt_index.htm.
  • Telecommunications and Travel”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Millennium white paper prepared for the Transportation Research Board, 2000.  Available on the Web at www.nationalacademies. org/trb/publications/millennium/00115.pdf.  Included in the Regional Futures Compendium of the Capital Region Institute (Valley Vision), Sacramento, California.
  • Now that Travel Can be Virtual, Will Congestion Virtually Disappear?”, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Scientific American Special Issue on Transportation, October, 1997, p. 93.  Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=578.
  • "Telecommunications in Urban Planning:  Selected North American Examples", by Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Proceedings of the United Nations Habitat II Global Workshop on Transport and Com­muni­ca­tions for Urban Development, Singapore, July 3-5, 1995, 198-221.
  • "The Travel and Urban Form Implications of Telecommunications Technology", by P. L. Mokhtarian.  Paper pre­sented at the Federal Highway Administration / Lincoln Institute of Land Policy workshop on Metropolitan America in Transition:  Implications for Land Use and Transpor­ta­tion Planning, Washington DC, September 9-10, 1993.
  • Relationships between U. S. Consumer Expenditures on Communications and Travel:  1984-2002, by Sangho Choo, Taihyeong Lee, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-06-13, Institute of Trans­por­tation Studies, University of California, Davis, July 2006.  Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=1046.
  • An Input-Output Analysis of the Relationships between Communications and Travel for Industry, by Taihyeong Lee and Patricia L. Mokhtarian.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-04-46, Institute of Trans­por­tation Studies, University of California, Davis, July 2004.  Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=204.
  • A Taxonomy of Leisure Activities:  The Role of ICT, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Ilan Salomon, and Susan L. Handy.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-04-44, Insti­tute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, April 2004. Available at http://pubs.its.ucdavis.edu/publication_detail.php?id=202.
  • Evaluating the Travel and Communication Impacts of Advanced Residential Telecommunica­tions Services:  Lessons from the Literature, by S. Handy and P. Mokhtarian.  Prepared for the California Department of Transportation.  Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-93-23, Insti­tute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, August 1993.
  • Beyond Tele-Substitution:  A Broader Empirical Look at Communication Impacts, by Patricia L. Mokhtarian and Ravikumar Meenakshisundaram.  California PATH Working Paper UCB-ITS-PWP-98-33, prepared for Partners for Advanced Transit and High­ways, University of California, under MOU 279.  Available on the Web at http://www.path.berkeley.edu/PATH/ Publications/PDF/PWP/98/PWP-98-33.pdf.  December 1998.