Rune Elvik mainly investigates Transport engineering, Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Human factors and ergonomics and Publication bias. His Enforcement research extends to Transport engineering, which is thematically connected. His Injury prevention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Road accident, Environmental health, Intersection, Actuarial science and Confounding.
His Occupational safety and health research incorporates themes from Roundabout and Road traffic. His work carried out in the field of Human factors and ergonomics brings together such families of science as Accident, Risk analysis and Suicide prevention. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Publication bias, Statistics, Injury Severity Score, Weighted arithmetic mean and Research design is strongly linked to Forensic engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Transport engineering, Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Human factors and ergonomics and Cost–benefit analysis. His Transport engineering research includes elements of Statistics and Risk assessment. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental health, Computer security, Kilometer, Suicide prevention and Valuation as well as Injury prevention.
His Computer security study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Enforcement and Law enforcement. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Valuation, concentrating on Actuarial science and frequently concerns with Cost estimate. The Human factors and ergonomics study combines topics in areas such as Risk analysis and Confounding.
Transport engineering, Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Human factors and ergonomics and Risk analysis are his primary areas of study. His study in Transport engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Statistics and Risk factor. Rune Elvik interconnects Risk management, Econometrics and Negative relationship in the investigation of issues within Injury prevention.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Charter, Peer review, Valuation and Transportation safety in addition to Occupational safety and health. His Human factors and ergonomics study incorporates themes from ALARP, Suicide prevention, Cannabis and Environmental health. His research integrates issues of Major road, Accident and Deliverable in his study of Risk analysis.
His primary areas of study are Transport engineering, Statistics, Injury prevention, Safety in numbers and Occupational safety and health. His biological study focuses on Road user. His Statistics study which covers Meta-regression that intersects with Crash severity, Publication bias and Traffic volume.
The concepts of his Injury prevention study are interwoven with issues in Computer security and Human factors and ergonomics. His Human factors and ergonomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Accident, Risk analysis and Negative relationship. His Occupational safety and health research includes themes of Peer review and Suicide prevention.
The Handbook of Road Safety Measures
Rune Elvik;Alena Høye;Truls Vaa;Michael Sørensen.
Speed and road accidents : an evaluation of the power model
Rune Elvik;Peter Christensen;Astrid Helene Amundsen.
Nordic road & transport research (2004)
The non-linearity of risk and the promotion of environmentally sustainable transport
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2009)
Incomplete Accident Reporting: Meta-Analysis of Studies Made in 13 Countries:
Rune Elvik;Anne Mysen.
Transportation Research Record (1999)
Risk of road accident associated with the use of drugs: a systematic review and meta-analysis of evidence from epidemiological studies.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2013)
Area-wide urban traffic calming schemes: a meta-analysis of safety effects.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2001)
The effects of cannabis intoxication on motor vehicle collision revisited and revised.
Ole Rogeberg;Rune Elvik.
The power model of the relationship between speed and road safety: update and new analyses
A re-parameterisation of the Power Model of the relationship between the speed of traffic and the number of accidents and accident victims.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2013)
Effects on Accidents of Automatic Speed Enforcement in Norway
Transportation Research Record (1997)
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