Comparison of Vehicle-Ownership Models

@inproceedings{Potoglou2008ComparisonOV,
  title={Comparison of Vehicle-Ownership Models},
  author={Dimitris Potoglou and Yusak O. Susilo},
  year={2008}
}
Empirical studies on household car ownership have used two types of discrete choice modeling structures: ordered and unordered. In ordered response structures, such as the ordered logit and ordered probit models, the choice of the number of household vehicles arises from a unidimensional latent variable that reflects the propensity of a household to own vehicles. Unordered response structures are based on the random utility maximization principle, which assumes a household associates a utility… CONTINUE READING

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