Environmental economics, Economic growth, Sustainable transport, Transport engineering and Sustainable development are his primary areas of study. His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Urban planning and Diffusion. His Economic growth research integrates issues from Index and Economic impact analysis.
His Sustainable transport study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mode of transport, Futures contract, Developing country, Trip length and Land-use planning. His Transportation planning and Rail transportation study in the realm of Transport engineering interacts with subjects such as High speed train and Transportation industry. The various areas that David Banister examines in his Transportation planning study include Travel cost, Derived demand and Public opinion.
His primary scientific interests are in Transport engineering, Environmental planning, Sustainable transport, Public transport and Sustainable development. His Transport engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Telematics and Environmental economics. His research in Environmental planning intersects with topics in Transportation planning, Environmental resource management, Urban planning and Land use.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Scenario analysis, Natural resource economics and Futures contract in addition to Sustainable transport. Many of his studies on Scenario analysis involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Backcasting. His work in Sustainable development is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Economic growth.
His primary areas of study are Sustainable development, Sustainable transport, Natural resource economics, Environmental economics and Public transport. His Sustainable development study incorporates themes from Economic growth and Environmental planning. His Sustainable transport research incorporates themes from Scenario analysis, Backcasting and Transportation planning.
His Scenario analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spatial contextual awareness, Management science, Process and Normative. His Natural resource economics research incorporates elements of Productivity, Land transport, Environmental impact assessment and Green growth. His Public transport research includes themes of Developing country, Transport network, Economic system and Distributive justice.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainable development, Sustainable transport, Backcasting, Process management and Natural resource economics. His work carried out in the field of Sustainable development brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Developing country, Decoupling and Economy. While the research belongs to areas of Economic growth, David Banister spends his time largely on the problem of Ecological footprint, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Environmental economics.
His Backcasting research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Citizen journalism, Environmental resource management and Process. The various areas that David Banister examines in his Natural resource economics study include Transportation planning and Quality of life. His research integrates issues of Sustainable city, Mainstream, Corporate governance and Scarcity in his study of Transportation planning.
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The sustainable mobility paradigm
Transport Policy (2008)
Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: urban land transport
James Woodcock;Phil Edwards;Cathryn Tonne;Ben G Armstrong.
The Lancet (2009)
Unsustainable Transport: City Transport in the New Century
Transport Investment and Economic Development
D Banister;J Berechman.
Transport investment and the promotion of economic growth
David Banister;Yossi Berechman.
Journal of Transport Geography (2001)
Quality of life for the elderly: the transport dimension
David Banister;Ann Bowling.
Transport Policy (2004)
Let's ask them: a national survey of definitions of quality of life and its enhancement among people aged 65 and over.
Ann Bowling;Zahava Gabriel;Joanna Dykes;Lee Marriott Dowding.
International Journal of Aging & Human Development (2003)
European Transport Policy and Sustainable Mobility
D. Banister;D. Stead;P. Steen;P. Nijkamp.
Configurational Modelling of Urban Movement Networks
A Penn;B Hillier;D Banister;J Xu.
Environment and Planning B-planning & Design (1998)
Sustainable Cities: Transport, Energy, and Urban Form:
D Banister;S Watson;C Wood.
Environment and Planning B-planning & Design (1997)
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