University of Copenhagen
His primary scientific interests are in Econometrics, Value of time, Mixed logit, Logistic regression and Nonparametric statistics. The various areas that Mogens Fosgerau examines in his Econometrics study include Risk analysis, Variance, Risk-seeking and Operations management. His Value of time research integrates issues from Value, Valuation, Headway and Willingness to pay.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Multinomial logistic regression, Microeconomics and Mathematical optimization in addition to Mixed logit. His Mathematical optimization study combines topics in areas such as Choice set, Path, Link and Discrete choice. In Travel time, he works on issues like Empirical research, which are connected to Transport engineering.
His primary areas of study are Econometrics, Discrete choice, Value of time, Mathematical optimization and Travel time. Mogens Fosgerau combines subjects such as Measure, Value, Logistic regression and Willingness to pay with his study of Econometrics. Mogens Fosgerau works mostly in the field of Discrete choice, limiting it down to concerns involving Extreme value theory and, occasionally, Applied mathematics.
His Value of time research focuses on subjects like Headway, which are linked to Variance. His Mathematical optimization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Path, Bottleneck and Queueing theory. His work in Travel time addresses subjects such as Valuation, which are connected to disciplines such as Loss aversion.
His main research concerns Discrete choice, Econometrics, Travel time, Rational inattention and Mathematical optimization. His Discrete choice study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Mathematical economics, Estimator and Function. His research in Econometrics focuses on subjects like Type, which are connected to Quality and Urban economics.
His study on Value of time is often connected to Bernoulli's principle as part of broader study in Travel time. His Mathematical optimization course of study focuses on Flow and Transportation planning, Constraint and Linear regression. His research investigates the connection between Revealed preference and topics such as Travel time reliability that intersect with issues in Operations research.
Mogens Fosgerau mostly deals with Travel time, Discrete choice, Econometrics, Microeconomics and Rational inattention. His research in Travel time is mostly focused on Value of time. His Discrete choice research incorporates elements of Range, Entropy and Mathematical economics.
Mogens Fosgerau performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Econometrics and Exponent via his papers. The Rational inattention study combines topics in areas such as Perfect information, Welfare economics and Operations research. His research integrates issues of Scheduling and Bottleneck in his study of Congestion pricing.
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The value of reliability
Mogens Fosgerau;Mogens Fosgerau;Anders Karlström.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2010)
A link based network route choice model with unrestricted choice set
Mogens Fosgerau;Emma Frejinger;Anders Karlstrom.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2013)
Investigating the distribution of the value of travel time savings
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2006)
The trade-off between money and travel time: A test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences
Bruno De Borger;Mogens Fosgerau.
Journal of Urban Economics (2008)
The value of travel time variance
Mogens Fosgerau;Leonid Engelson.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2011)
Demand for alternative-fuel vehicles when registration taxes are high
Stefan Lindhard Mabit;Mogens Fosgerau.
Transportation Research Part D-transport and Environment (2011)
A Practical Test for the Choice of Mixing Distribution in Discrete Choice Models
Mogens Fosgerau;Michel Bierlaire.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2007)
Workers' marginal costs of commuting
Jos Van Ommeren;Mogens Fosgerau.
Journal of Urban Economics (2009)
Decomposing the decoupling of Danish road freight traffic growth and economic growth
Ole Kveiborg;Mogens Fosgerau.
Transport Policy (2007)
Valuing travel time variability: Characteristics of the travel time distribution on an urban road
Mogens Fosgerau;Mogens Fosgerau;Daisuke Fukuda.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2012)
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