Analyzing the Preference for Non-Exclusive Forms of Telecommuting : Modeling and Policy Implications

@inproceedings{Bagley2004AnalyzingTP,
  title={Analyzing the Preference for Non-Exclusive Forms of Telecommuting : Modeling and Policy Implications},
  author={Michael N. Bagley and Patr{\'i}cia and L. Mokhtarian},
  year={2004}
}
This study examines three models of the individual’s preference for homeand center-based telecommuting. Issues concerning the estimation of discrete models when the alternatives are non-exclusive are discussed. Two binary logit models are presented, one on the preference to telecomnmte from a center versus not telecommuting from a center (adjusted p2 = 0.24), and the other on the preference to telecommute from a center over telecommuting from home (adjusted 2 =0.64). A nested logit model isalso… CONTINUE READING

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