JUNYIZHANG

Last Updated :2019/10/01

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, ., Professor
Web Site
E-mail
zjyhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-5-1 Kagamiyama, Higashi Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-6919 FAX : (+81)82-424-6919
Self-introduction
Prof. Zhang got a bachelor degree from Beijing Jiaotong University, China in 1987, a master degree and a doctoral degree from Hiroshima University, Japan in 1993 and 1996, respectively. Since he got his doctoral degree, he experienced working as a research associate at Hiroshima University, a consultant in the urban and transportation field in Tokyo and a research fellow in the Netherlands. His research fields include urban and regional planning, transportation planning, traffic engineering, environment and energy policies, tourism policy, and health policy in the contexts of both developed and developing countries. He has developed various methodologies (surveys, modeling, policy evaluation, and planning, etc.) and applied them to analyze various issues related to the above fields from an interdisciplinary perspective, especially focusing on human behavior analysis and systematic approaches. In recent years, he has been especially promoting the life-oriented approach for cross-sectoral policies. He has published more than 420 refereed academic papers (more than 80 SCI/SSCI papers) in journals such as Transportation Research Part B, Transportation Research Part D, Journal of Transport Geography, Transportation, Transportmetrica, Tourism Management, Annals of Tourism Research, Energy Policy, Energy, and Environment and Planning B. He further published more than 300 non-refereed papers. He has been serving as a reviewer for more than 40 SCI/SSCI journals and as an editorial board member or an associate editor for more than 10 internationally well-recognized journals. He was the chair of the IATBR Eric I. Pas Prize Selection Committee in 2013. He was the former editor-in-chief of the journal “Asian Transport Studies (ATS)” of EASTS (Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies), which is the largest transportation association in the Asian and Pacific region, between 2011 and 2016. Currently, he’s one of five board members of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR).

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2011/10/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Professor
  • 2007/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Associate Professor
  • 2002/10/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Associate Professor
  • 2001/04/01, 2002/09/30, Institute of Social Infrastructure Planning、 Tokyo、 Japan, Representative
  • 2000/04/01, 2001/03/31, Eindhoven University of Technology、 The Netherlands, Research Fellow
  • 1998/04/01, 2000/03/31, Stannum Co.、 Ltd. (temporally transferred to Pacific Consultants Co.、 Ltd.)、 Tokyo、 Japan, Urban and Transportation Consultant
  • 1996/04/01, 1998/03/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Research Associate

Educational Backgrounds

  • Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Japan, 1993/04, 1996/03
  • Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Japan, 1991/04, 1993/03
  • Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Japan, 1989/11, 1991/03
  • Preparatory School for Graduates Going to Japan, Japanese, Japanese, China, 1989
  • Graduate School, Northern JiaoTong University (now, Beijing JiaoTong University), School of Traffic and Transportation Studies, Comprehensive Transportation Planning, China, 1987/09, 1988/07
  • Northern JiaoTong University (now, Beijing JiaoTong University), Faculty of Transportation, Railway Transportation Management, China, 1983/09, 1987/07

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Master of Engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Northern Jiaotong University

Educational Activity

  • 【Master's Program】Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation : Division of Development Science
  • 【Doctoral Program】Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation : Division of Development Science

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil engineering project / Traffic engineering
  • Environmental science;Sustainable and environmental system development;Environmental policy and social systems
  • Complex systems;Social / Safety system science;Social systems engineering / Safety system
  • Environmental science;Sustainable and environmental system development;Design and evaluation of sustainable and environmental conscious system
  • Humanities;Philosophy;Tourism Studies
  • Engineering;Architecture and building engineering;Town planning / Architectural planning
  • Complex systems;Geography;Geography
  • Humanities;Human geography;Human geography

Research Keywords

  • transportation policy|stated preference|Integrated evaluation system|sustainable urban life
  • panel survey|Urban Life|group decision-making theory|travel behavior|Urban Planning
  • life-oriented behavioral studies|cross-sectoral approach|sustainable urban development|city planning and management
  • time use|transit system|behavioral study|developing countries
  • environment|automatic guidance|Transportation Policy|car ownership
  • expectation and satisfaction|quality of life|Tourism Behavior|urban service quality
  • Evaluation|Policy analysis|household decision-making|activity dairy survey|Social Capacity for Environmental Management
  • continuous choice|Modeling|gap|public policy
  • low-emission vehicle|discrete choice|Subjective well-being|household travel behavior
  • Pattern Language|Environmental Policy|environment|individualized travel information|Urban System Design

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Transportation Research Board(TRB)
  • International Association on Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR)
  • World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRS)
  • Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS)
  • The City Planning Institute of Japan
  • International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR)
  • Japan Society of Traffic Engineers
  • Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  • Japan Society of Energy and Resources
  • Asia Pacific Tourism Association (APTA)
  • International Society of Lifestyle, Leisure, and Tourism Science
  • International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS)
  • Society for Serviceology
  • Japanese Society of Public Health

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2019, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, Japanese Experience of Social Development- Economy, Infrastructure, and Peace
  2. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Regional and Urban Engineering
  3. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Environmental Management
  4. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Development Technology
  5. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Engineering
  6. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, International Environmental Cooperation Studies
  7. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Practical Seminar on International Cooperation Project
  8. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Planning I
  9. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Planning II
  10. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Practical Seminar on International Cooperation Project
  11. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Engineering
  12. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Seminar I for Linkage Program
  13. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Tourism Policy
  14. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Regional and Urban Engineering
  15. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Practical Seminar on International Cooperation Project
  16. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Planning I
  17. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Regional and Urban Planning II
  18. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Practical Seminar on International Cooperation Project

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. The most recent information about my publications refers to https://home.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~zjy/publications/
  2. Interaction between company Manager's and Driver's decisions on expressway routes for truck transport, TRANSPORT POLICY, 76, 1-12, 2019, 04, 01
  3. Traffic flow estimation on the expressway network using toll ticket data, IET INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS, 13(5), 886-895, 2019, 05, 01
  4. Use of smartphone applications and its impacts on urban life: A survey and random forest analysis in Japan, Sustainable Cities and Society, 49(101589), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2019.101589-https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2019.101589, 2019, 08, 01
  5. A comparative study on energy consumption between rural migrant workers and urban residents with a hukou in China, Natural Hazards, in press(in press), in press-in press, in press
  6. Temporal Interdependencies in Mobility Decisions over the Life Course: A Family-Based Analysis Using Dynamic Bayesian Networks, Proceedings of the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 98, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2019, 01, 13
  7. Capturing Young People’s Ownership Behavior of Autonomous Vehicles Based on a Comparative Analysis in Japan, Proceedings of the 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 98, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2019, 01, 13
  8. Influence of Smartphone Apps with Driving Safety Related Diagnosis Functions on Expressway Driving Speed Changes, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING PART A-SYSTEMS, 144(1), 10.1061/JTEPBS.0000098-10.1061/JTEPBS.0000098, 2018, 01, 01
  9. Decisions on Truck Parking Place and Time on Expressways: An Analysis Using Digital Tachograph Data, Transportation, First Online: 21 June 2018(First Online: 21 June 2018), 1-29, 2018, 06, 21
  10. Perception of Small Tourism Enterprises in Lao PDR about Social Sustainability under the Influence of Social Network, Tourism Management, 69, 109-120, 2018,12,01
  11. Drivers’ behavioral responses to driving risk diagnosis and real-time warning information provision on expressway: A smartphone app based driving experiment, Journal of Transportation Safety and Security, Published online: 20 Nov 2018(Published online: 20 Nov 2018), Published online: 20 Nov 2018-Published online: 20 Nov 2018, 2018, 11, 20
  12. Estimating Metro Passenger’s Path Choice Model by Combining Self-reported RP and Smart Card Data, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 92, 76-89, 2018, 07, 01
  13. Capturing Ownership Behavior of Autonomous Vehicles in Japan Based on a Stated Preference Survey and a Mixed Logit Model with Repeated Choices, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 13(10), 788-801, 2018, 10, 11
  14. Location choice behavior adapting to flood and cyclone hazards, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION, 27, 189-198, 2018, 03, 01
  15. Estimating metro passengers' path choices by combining self-reported revealed preference and smart card data, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART C-EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES, 92, 76-89, 2018, 07, 01
  16. A Hybrid HFACS-BN Model for Analysis of Mongolian Aviation Professionals' Awareness of Human Factors Related to Aviation Safety, SUSTAINABILITY, 10(12), 2018, 12, 01
  17. Impacts of Leisure and Tourism on the Elderly's Quality of Life in Intimacy: A Comparative Study in Japan, SUSTAINABILITY, 10(12), 2018, 12 , 01
  18. A game-theoretical model of port competition on intermodal network and pricing strategy, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW, 114, 19-39, 2018, 06, 01
  19. Perceived Changes in In-vehicle Time Use in the Era of Autonomous Vehicles, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 15, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2018, 07, 15
  20. Joint influence of built environment and travel behavior of young people on their future life and migration choices: a case of study in rural Japan, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 15, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2018, 07, 15
  21. Capturing Effects of Multiple Life-oriented Self-Selections on Travel Behavior, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 15, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2018, 07, 15
  22. Understanding the declining trend of Japanese young people’ car ownership and usage behavior based on a resource allocation model with inter-expenditure interactions, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 15, CD-ROM-CD-ROM, 2018, 07, 15
  23. The interrelationship between travel behavior and life choices in adapting to flood disasters, NATURAL HAZARDS, 85(2), 1005-1022, 2017, 01, 01
  24. Incorporating CREAM and MCS into fault tree analysis of LNG carrier spill accidents, SAFETY SCIENCE, 96, 183-191, JUL 2017
  25. Rural migrant workers' intentions to permanently reside in cities and future energy consumption preference in the changing context of urban China, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 52, 600-618, MAY 2017
  26. Elderly's heterogeneous responses to topographical factors in travel mode choice within a hilly neighborhood: An analysis based on combined GPS and paper-based surveys, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE RESEARCH, 17(3), 411-424, MAY 22 2017
  27. Dynamic life course analysis on residential location choice, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, 104, 281-292, OCT 2017
  28. The Kindness of Strangers: Exploring Interdependencies and Shared Mobilities of Elderly People in Rural Japan, SOCIAL INCLUSION, 5(4), 183-195, 2017
  29. Transport-Based Social Exclusion in Rural Japan: A Case Study on Schooling Trips of High School Students, SOCIAL INCLUSION, 5(4), 235-250, 2017
  30. Mediation Effects of Income on Travel Mode Choice Analysis of Short-Distance Trips Based on Path Analysis with Multiple Discrete Outcomes, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 23-30, 2017
  31. Elderly’s heterogeneous responses to topographical factors in travel mode choice within a hilly neighborhood: An analysis based on combined GPS and paper-based surveys, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 17(3), 411-424
  32. People's location change adaptation to flood and cyclon in Bangladesh, Transportation Research Record, in press(in press), in press-in press, 2016
  33. Who rebounds in the private transport sector? A comparative analysis between Beijing and Tokyo, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN, 43(3), 561-579, MAY 2016
  34. Job and residential location changes responding to floods and cyclones: An analysis based on a cross-nested logit model, Climate Change, online(online), online-online, 2016, 7, 16
  35. A joint analysis of residential location, work location and commuting mode choices in Hanoi, Vietnam, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, 54, 181-193, JUN 2016
  36. Effects of a GPS-enabled smart phone App with functions of driving safety diagnosis and warning information provision on over-speeding violation behavior on expressways, Selected Proceedings of the 14th World Conference on Transport Research, 2016, 7, 10-15
  37. Effects of land use and transport on young adults' quality of life, TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR AND SOCIETY, 5, 37-47, SEP 2016
  38. Identification and Prioritization of Critical Transportation Infrastructure: Case Study of Coastal Flooding, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING, 141(3), MAR 2015
  39. Modeling household energy consumption behavior: A comparative analysis, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 39, 126-140, AUG 2015
  40. A dynamic active energy demand management system for evaluating the effect of policy scheme on household energy consumption behavior, ENERGY, 91, 491-506, NOV 2015
  41. Interdependences between current choices and future expectations in the context of Hanoians' residential location choices, Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics, 5(1), 42-59, 2015
  42. Who rebounds in the private transport sector? A comparative analysis between Beijing and Tokyo, Environmental Planning B, 2015
  43. Exploring spillover effects of Mobility Management: A case study on changes in electricity consumptions by the Great East Japan Earthquake, CASE STUDIES ON TRANSPORT POLICY, 3(2), 111-119, JUN 2015
  44. Identification and Prioritization of Critical Transportation Infrastructure: Case Study of Coastal Flooding, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING, 141(3), 2015
  45. The challenges of land use and transport planning on urban residents' quality of life: A panel data analysis, Mobility, Sociability and Well-being of Urban Living, 169-185, 2015
  46. Relative utility modeling, Bounded Rational Choice Behaviour: Applications in Transport, 49-71, 2015
  47. Development of a driving risk model based on speed choice: A case study for evaluating safety effects of in-vehicle traffic warning information, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, in press(in press), 2015
  48. Influence of parking deposit system on travel mode choice behavior in Hanoi: A latent class modeling approach, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 11(0), 280-296, 2015
  49. Exploring self-containment of discretionary activities in an aging newtown of Japan based on a destination choice model with social network effects, Asian Transport Studies, 4(1), in press-in press, 2015
  50. Perceived neighborhood walkability and mode choice of short-distance trips in Hanoi city, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 11(0), 1328-1345, 2015
  51. Disentangling the young adults' residential relocation choice in Japan, Asian Transport Studies, 4(1), in press-in press, 2015
  52. Prediction Model of Air Pollutant Levels using Linear Model with Component Analysis, International Journal of Environmental Sciences and Development, 6(7), 519-525, 2015
  53. Driving risk, multitasking behavior, and affective experiences, 52
  54. How Migration Patterns over Life Course Affect People's Quality of Life?, 51
  55. Self-containment of non-mandatory activities in an aging newtown: Modeling destination choice with social network effects, 51
  56. emporal Peak Time Frame of Traffic-Related Air Pollutants in Surabaya, 51
  57. Interdependences between household residential and car ownership behavior: a life history analysis, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, 34, 165-174, JAN 2014
  58. Multicriteria evaluation on accessibility-based transportation equity in road network design problem, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION, 48(6), 526-541, OCT 2014
  59. How Drivers Adapt to Traffic Accidents and Dynamic Travel Information Stated Preference Survey in Japan, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 74-83, 2014
  60. Inter-city travel behaviour adaptation to extreme weather events, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, 41, 148-153, DEC 2014
  61. Identification and prioritization of critical transportation infrastructure: Case study of coastal flooding, Journal of Transportation Engineering, 2014
  62. Revisiting residential self-selection issues: A life-oriented approach, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT AND LAND USE, 7(3), 29-45, 2014
  63. How Drivers Adapt to Traffic Accidents and Dynamic Travel Information Stated Preference Survey in Japan, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 74-83, 2014
  64. Multicriteria evaluation on accessibility-based transportation equity in road network design problem, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION, 48(6), 526-541, 2014
  65. Measuring pedestrians' satisfaction of urban environment under transit oriented development: A case study of Bangkok MetropolitanThailand, Lowland Technology International, 16(2), 125-134, 2014
  66. Applying a Life-oriented Approach to Evaluate the Relationship between Residential and Travel Behavior and Quality of Life based on an Exhaustive CHAID Approach, Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 138, 649-659, 2014
  67. Can We Reduce the Access by Motorcycles to Mass Transit Systems in Future Hanoi?, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 138, 623-631, 2014
  68. Spatial and temporal factors of air quality in Surabaya City: An analysis based on a multilevel model, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 138, 612-622, 2014
  69. Women, job and children: A panel analysis based on the life-oriented approach, 49
  70. Travel behavior change under introduction of congestion charge in Hanoi, 49
  71. An analysis of logistics in Hai Phong, Vietnam based on a combined commodity and time use survey, 49
  72. Representing the influence of multiple social interactions on monthly tourism participation behavior, TOURISM MANAGEMENT, 36, 480-489, JUN 2013
  73. TOURISM PARTICIPATION AND EXPENDITURE BEHAVIOUR: ANALYSIS USING A SCOBIT BASED DISCRETE-CONTINUOUS CHOICE MODEL, ANNALS OF TOURISM RESEARCH, 40, 1-17, JAN 2013
  74. A household time-use and energy-consumption model with multiple behavioral interactions and zero consumption, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN, 40(2), 330-349, 2013
  75. Evaluating the direct and indirect rebound effects in household energy consumption behavior: A case study of Beijing, ENERGY POLICY, 57, 441-453, JUN 2013
  76. Rebound effects caused by the improvement of vehicle energy efficiency: An analysis based on a SP-off-RP survey, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 24, 62-68, OCT 2013
  77. Rebound effects caused by the improvement of vehicle energy efficiency: An analysis based on a SP-off-RP survey, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 24, 62-68, 2013
  78. Systematic and behavior-oriented approaches for sustainable urban and transport policies, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  79. Comprehensive travel demand analysis in Asian mega-cities, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  80. Integrated policy analysis of sustainable urban and transportation development, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  81. Paratransit-adaptive transportation policies for transition to sustainability in developing countries, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  82. Tourist behavior analysis for tourism policy, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  83. Taxation policies for promoting fuel-efficient vehicle ownership and use, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  84. Integrated household energy consumption behavior analysis across the residential and transport sectors, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  85. ICT-based traffic safety measures and drivers' responses, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  86. Uncertainty in travel behavior, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, 2013
  87. Optimal sampling designs for multiday and multiperiod panel survey, Transport Survey Methods: Best Practice for Decision Making, 2013
  88. Spatial and temporal analysis of surface ozone in urban area: A multilevel and structural equation model approach, Air Pollution - A Comprehensive Perspective, 2013
  89. Stated responses to policy interventions and technological innovation of electric motorcycles in Lao PDR, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 10, 482-498, 2013
  90. Influences of current neighbourhood characteristics on Hanoian's actual residential choices and subjective expectations, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 10, 1129-1139, 2013
  91. Does improved paratransit level of service improve drivers' QOL, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 10, 1367-1383, 2013
  92. Analysis of the occurrence and clearance time of traffic congestion caused by accidents on expressways based on a copula modeling approach, The 18th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2013
  93. A comparative study on NO concentration interpolation in Surabaya City, Proceedings of the 10th Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2013
  94. Copula-based Modeling of Tourists' Multi-Destination Visit and Resource Allocation Behavior, 47
  95. Drivers' Context-sensitive Adaptation Behavior to the Occurrence of Traffic Accidents on Expressways under Individualized Dynamic Travel Information, 47
  96. Applying life history survey to capture biographical interactions of households' major mobilities over life course, 47
  97. Travel Behavior and Health-related QOL: Analysis based on an interdisciplinary approach, 47
  98. Climate Disasters in Bangladesh: Impacts Assessment and Adaptation Measures, 47
  99. Systematic Approaches for Tourism Transportation Planning: A Review, 47
  100. Tourism participation and expenditure behavior: Analysis using a Scobit-based discrete-continuous choice model, Annals of Tourism Research, 40, 1-17
  101. Developing an integrated scobit-based activity participation and time allocation model to explore influence of childcare on women's time use behaviour, TRANSPORTATION, 39(1), 125-149, JAN 2012
  102. A Tourist's Multi-Destination Choice Model with Future Dependency, ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH, 17(2), 121-132, 2012
  103. Effects of nursing care on time use behaviour: a comparative analysis in Japan, TRANSPORTMETRICA, 8(3), 181-208, 2012
  104. Analysis of the residential location choice and household energy consumption behavior by incorporating multiple self-selection effects, ENERGY POLICY, 46, 319-334, JUL 2012
  105. An integrated model of tourists' time use and expenditure behaviour with self-selection based on a fully nested Archimedean copula function, TOURISM MANAGEMENT, 33(6), 1562-1573, DEC 2012
  106. Dynamic Analysis of Japanese Tourists' Three Stage Choices Tourism Participation, Destination Choice, and Travel Mode Choice, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 91-101, 2012
  107. A household time use and energy consumption model with multiple behavioral interactions and zero-consumption, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 40(2), 330-349, 2012
  108. Activity-travel behaviour analysis for universal mobility design, Transportmetrica, 8(3), 149-156, 2012
  109. Dynamic analysis of Japanese tourists' three stage choices: Tourism participation, destination choice and travel mode choice, Transportation Research Record, 91-101
  110. An integrated model of tourists' time use and expenditure behavior with self-selection based on a fully-nested Archimedean copula function, Tourism Management, 33(6), 1562-1573
  111. Developing an integrated scobit-based activity participation and time allocation model to explore influence of childcare on women's time use behaviour, TRANSPORTATION, 39(1), 125-149, 2012
  112. Activity-travel behaviour analysis for universal mobility design, TRANSPORTMETRICA, 8(3), 149-156, 2012
  113. Analysis of the residential location choice and household energy consumption behavior by incorporating multiple self-selection effects, ENERGY POLICY, 46, 319-334, 2012
  114. Analysis of tourism generation incorporating the influence of constraints based on a Scobit model, Asian Transport Studies, 2(1), 19-33, 2012
  115. Heterogeneous influence of driving propensity on driving intention on expressways under the provision of traffic warning information, Asian Transport Studies, 2(2), 161-177, 2012
  116. Exploring the long-term changes of cross-sectional variations in Japanese time use behaviour, 68(3), 200-215, 2012
  117. Influences of Introducing High Speed Railway in Vietnam on Intercity Travel Behaviour, 45
  118. Effects of traffic warning information in consecutive road sections with frequent traffic accidents by incorporating the driving decision-making process, 45
  119. Effects of traffic warning information on expressways: An evaluation based on bio-logical reaction, 45
  120. A Comparison of Quality of Life in Asian Capital Cities, 45
  121. A dynamic mixed model with interactions between tourists' post-travel evaluation and three stage choices based on prospect theory, 45
  122. An empirical analysis of the impact of a bus rapid transit system on the concentration of secondary pollutants in the roadside areas of the TransJakarta corridors - A structural equation model and artificial neural network approach, STOCHASTIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND RISK ASSESSMENT, 25(5), 655-669, JUL 2011
  123. Representing in-home and out-of-home energy consumption behavior in Beijing, ENERGY POLICY, 39(7), 4168-4177, JUL 2011
  124. Representing tourists' heterogeneous choices of destination and travel party with an integrated latent class and nested logit model, TOURISM MANAGEMENT, 32(6), 1407-1413, DEC 2011
  125. Changes in Variations of Travel Time Expenditure Some Methodological Considerations and Empirical Results from German Mobility Panel, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 121-131, 2011
  126. Identifying variations and co-variations in discrete choice models, TRANSPORTATION, 38(6), 993-1016, NOV 2011
  127. Dynamic Discrete Choice Model for Multiple Social Interactions, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 68-75, 2011
  128. A tourist's multi-destination choice model with future dependency, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 17(2), 121-132, 2011
  129. A dynamic discrete choice model with multi-dimensional social interactions, Transportation Research Record, 68-75
  130. An Empirical Analysis of the impact of Bus Rapid Transit system on the concentration of secondary pollutants in the roadside areas of TransJakarta Corridors: A structural equation model and artificial neural network approach, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 25(5), 655-669
  131. Representing household energy consumption behavior in Beijing with the consideration of in-home and out-of-home interdependence, Energy Policy, 39(7), 4168-4177
  132. An empirical analysis of the impact of a bus rapid transit system on the concentration of secondary pollutants in the roadside areas of the TransJakarta corridors - A structural equation model and artificial neural network approach, STOCHASTIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND RISK ASSESSMENT, 25(5), 655-669, 2011
  133. Representing in-home and out-of-home energy consumption behavior in Beijing, ENERGY POLICY, 39(7), 4168-4177, 2011
  134. Identifying variations and co-variations in discrete choice models, TRANSPORTATION, 38(6), 993-1016, 2011
  135. Dynamic Discrete Choice Model for Multiple Social Interactions, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 68-75, 2011
  136. Changes in Variations of Travel Time Expenditure Some Methodological Considerations and Empirical Results from German Mobility Panel, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 121-131, 2011
  137. Comparative analysis on household energy consumption behavior in Asia megacities by considering the effects of car ownership and self-selection, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 9, 724-739, 2011
  138. Representing tourist's time use behavior based on a multiple discrete-continuous extreme value model, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 9, 796-809, 2011
  139. Exploring variation of maintenance action and its impacts on emission and cost in Jakarta City, Energy and Environment Research, 1(1), 163-174, 2011
  140. Joint modeling of vehicle holding duration and traveling distance with a copula-based multivaiate survival model, Asian Transport Studies, 1(3), 303-317, 2011
  141. Can motorcycle alleviate coupling constraints?: A case study of child effect on parents' travel behavior in Hanoi city, Proceedings of the International Symposium on City Planning 2011, 215-224, 2011
  142. Effects of availability of paratransit and car on travel mode choice behavior in a developing city: An evaluation based on stated preference survey and discrete choice model with captivity, Selected Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Traffic Engineers, 2011
  143. Paratransit users' perception on service quality and life satisfaction in developing countries: An analysis based on structural equation modeling, Selected Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Traffic Engineers, 2011
  144. Comparison analysis of repair versus replacement in the maintenance of non-compliance vehicle in Jakarta City, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 158-172, 2011
  145. Mining household car ownership and usage behavior based on rough set theory: A case study of Beijing, Proceedings of the International Symposium on City Planning 2011, 283-292, 2011
  146. nvestigating Travelers' Stated Mode Choice Preferences in BRT System under Influence of Various Mode Availability Options in Surabaya City, 43
  147. Modeling Household Energy Consumption Behavior with Self-selection Effects and Heterogeneity, 43
  148. Paratransit users' willingness to pay for reducing negative effects of paratransit in a developing city, 43
  149. Empirical study on fuel consumption of paratransit in Jakarta City, 43
  150. Scobit-Based Panel Analysis of Multitasking Behavior of Public Transport Users, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 46-53, 2010
  151. Improved feedback modeling of transport in enlarging urban areas of developing countries, FRONTIERS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, 4(1), 112-122, MAR 2010
  152. Evaluation of an existing bus network using a transit network optimisation model: A case study of the Hiroshima City Bus network, Transportation, 37(5), 801-823, 2010
  153. nvironmental efficiency model based on data envelopment analysis and its application to environmentally sustainable transport policies, Transportation Research Record, 2136, 112-123, 2010
  154. Spatiotemporal Changes of Traffic Demand Price Elasticities in Japan Throughout 2008: Bayesian Approach, Transportation Research Record, 2156, 81-92, 2010
  155. An integrated model system and policy evaluation tool for maximizing mobility under environmental capacity constraints: A case study in Dalian, China, Transportation Research Part D, 15(5), 263-274, 2010
  156. Exploring Variation Properties of Time Use Behavior on the Basis of a Multilevel Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model, Transportation Research Record, 2156, 101-110, 2010
  157. Environmental efficiency model based on data envelopment analysis and its application to environmentally sustainable transport policies, Transportation Research Record, 112-123
  158. Scobit-Based Panel Analysis of Multitasking Behavior of Public Transport Users, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 46-53, 2010
  159. Exploring Variation Properties of Time Use Behavior on the Basis of, a Multilevel Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 101-110, 2010
  160. Improved feedback modeling of transport in enlarging urban areas of developing countries, FRONTIERS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE IN CHINA, 4(1), 112-122, 2010
  161. A segmentation study of pedestrian weekend activity patterns in a central business district, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 17(2), 119-129, 2010
  162. Land transport sector in Bangladesh: an analysis towards motivating GHG emission reduction strategies, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 16(2), 801-823, 2010
  163. Evaluation of environmental emission for optimization of highway improvement program, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 16(2), 39-53, 2010
  164. Impacts of Driving Experience and In-Vehicle Traffic Safety Information on Traffic Stability Risk in Young Male Drivers: An Evaluation Incorporating Driver's Short-Term Memory, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 2050-2063, 2010
  165. Analysis of inspection and maintenance program for in-use motorcycles emissions in Indonesia, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 1015-1026, 2010
  166. A joint modeling of injury severity and collision type focusing on national highway intersections in Japan, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 1810-1825, 2010
  167. Exploring Sustainable Urban Forms: A Case Study in Jabotabek Metropolitan Area, Indonesia, Journal of Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies (TSTS), 1, 36-54, 2010
  168. Modeling the interactions between activity participation and time use behaviors over the course of a day, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 672-981, 2010
  169. Representing the dynamics in stated travel choice behavior based on a DGEV model with heterogeneity, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 564-681, 2010
  170. Sequential updating of price elasticities of traffic demand incorporating regional differences based on a hierarchical Bayesian approach, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 548-563, 2010
  171. Comparison Analysis of Idle Emissions Measurement Program in Jabodetabek, Indonesia, Traffic and Transportation Studies 2010 ASCE, 238-255, 2010
  172. Private Motorized Urban Mobility and Its Impact on Inspection and Maintenance Program in Indonesia, Journal of Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies (TSTS), 1(4), 60-77, 2010
  173. Incorporating accessibility-based equity into stochastic road network design problem: Sensitive analyses and policy implications, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 985-998, 2010
  174. A comparative analysis of travel patterns of paratransit usage in developing cities, 30, 221-224, 2010
  175. The influence of BRT on the ambient PM10 concentration at roadside sites of Trans Jakarta Corridors, Procedia Environmental Science, ISEIS (International Society for Environmental Information Sciences) 2010 International Conference on Environmental Informatics, 914-924, 2010
  176. Effects of vehicle ownership and usage on household fuel consumption in Jakarta city, 41
  177. Estimation of BPR function for Dhaka City by incorporating the influence of illegal on-street parking and street-occupancy, 41
  178. Tourism Generation Analysis based on a Scobit model, 41
  179. Analysis of in-home and out-of-home household energy consumption analysis in Asian megacities based on a MDCEV model, 41
  180. Effects of in-vehicle warning information on drivers' decelerating and accelerating behaviors near an arch-shaped intersection, ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION, 41(5), 948-958, SEP 2009
  181. Analysis of feedback to obtain steady-state solutions in four-step modeling, Transportmetrica, 20090219
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  184. Modeling household discrete choice behavior incorporating heterogeneous group decision-making mechanisms, Transportation Research Part B, 230-250, 20090401
  185. Modeling household activity travel behavior: Examples of state of the art modeling approaches and research agenda, Transportation Research Part B, 187-190, 20090401
  186. Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: An attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities, Science of Total Environment (STOTEN), 407(9), 3089-3104, 20090401
  187. Intrahousehold Interaction in Transit-Oriented Residential Choice Behavior Represented in Stated Preference Approach, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 73-81, 2009
  188. Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: An attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 407(9), 3089-3104, 2009
  189. Exploring Variation Properties of Departure Time Choice Behavior by Using Multilevel Analysis Approach, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 10-20, 2009
  190. Analysis of feedback to obtain steady-state solutions in four-step modelling, TRANSPORTMETRICA, 5(3), 215-227, 2009
  191. Intrahousehold Interaction in Transit-Oriented Residential Choice Behavior Represented in Stated Preference Approach, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, 73-81, 2009
  192. Adding a new step with special autocorrelation to improve the four-step travel demand model with feedback for a developing country, IATTS (International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences) Research, 20090401
  193. Formation, influence of traffic signal location on driver braking maneuver at urban signalized intersections: Lessons from a Korean case, the 88th Annual Meeting the Transportation Research Board, 20090111
  194. A Comparative modeling analysis of household time allocation behavior using a large-scale national time use data in Japan, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090111
  195. A Comparison of transportation network optimization with different equity measures using bi-level programming approach, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090111
  196. Household time allocation and Interaction: A comparison of households with and without young children, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090111
  197. The influence of socioeconomic characteristics and spatial environments on travel behavior in Dhaka city, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090101
  198. Scheduling behavior models in tourism research: State-of-the-art and future research directions, 20090401
  199. Cause-effect structure analysis of influential factors related to affective experience of using transit systems based on day reconstruction method, 20090401
  200. A participatory self-declaring survey method: Applicability and issues, 20090401
  201. Exploring the long-term influence of childcare on the Japanese women's participation in labor market from the perspective of time use, 20090401
  202. Analysis of on-road emissions measurement under the inspection and maintenance program for passenger cars and motorcycles in Jabodetabek, Indonesia, 20090401
  203. Analysis of energy consumption efficiency in transport sector and carbon dioxide emissions in selected 85 countries of the world, 20090401
  204. The Stated Participation Behavior to a Participatory Self-Declaring Survey System for Sustainable Urban Planning, 20090401
  205. Value of Information Provision under Automatic Guidance System of Multi-Modal Information, 20090509
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  207. Decomposing variations and co-variations in discrete travel choice behavior with multilevel cross-classified logit model, Proceedings of IABTR2009, 20091213
  208. An analysis of the long-term changes of cross-sectional variations in japanese time use behavior using multilevel multiple discrete-continuous extreme value model, Proceedings of IABTR2009, 20091213
  209. Joint modeling of household vehicle holding duration and usage with a copula-based multivariate survival model, Proceeding of IABTR2009, 20091213
  210. How to Aggregate Individual Preferences into Group Choice? - A Series of Modeling Comparisons Based on Stated Preference Survey -, Proceeding of IABTR2009, 20091213
  211. Is Trip-Making Utility Positive or Negative? - A Preliminary Examination Based on Day Reconstruction Method, Proceeding of IABTR2009, 20091213
  212. A review of tourist scheduling behavior models, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 20090720
  213. Analyses of multi-tasking on public buses during work commute using support vector machines and boosted regression tree, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 20090720
  214. Analysis of out-of-home touring behavior at the car dependent area considering joint-trips, 403-409, 20090101
  215. -A Method of Activity Classification based on Behavioral Similarity and its Accuracy Verification - A Case Study of Activity Start Time, 44(3), 481-486, 20091101
  216. Properties of Variations in Travel Behavior Using a Six-Week Travel Diary Data: A Case Study of Activity Generation and Departure Time, 26, 447-455, 20090601
  217. A Statistical Analysis of Structural Changes of Traffic Demand Caused by Variation of Gasoline Prices, 52(8), 21-29, 20090401
  218. Representing tourists' context-sensitive time use and expenditure behavior, Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference, Asia Pacific Tourism Association (APTA), 20090701
  219. Evaluating the effects of dynamic travel information on driver's stated departure time and route choice behaviors in Beijing, China, Proceedings of International Symposium on Urban Planning 2009, 20090801
  220. A model of pedestrian time and monetary consumption behavior at city center, 2009
  221. Group behavior modeling, 2009
  222. Models of household activity and travel behaviors with group decision-making mechanisms in Japan, 2009
  223. Analysis of Carbon Emissions from In-use motorcycle in Indonesia, 2009
  224. Drivers' willingness-to-pay for personal navigation device in Beijing, 29, 309-312, 2009
  225. Exploring dynamics in driving risk factors for repeated driving behavior, 29, 97-100, 2009
  226. Analysis of stopping behavior at urban signalized intersections: Empirical study in Korea, Transportation Research Record, 84-91
  227. Analysis of Inter-personal and Intra-personal Similarities of Activity-Travel Patterns in a Depopulated Area of Japan, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 2008, 949-958, 20080821
  228. Exploring environmentally sustainable urban forms for Beijing based on an integrated transport demand model with feedback, Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 20080806
  229. Travel demand analysis of public transportation systems in Lanzhou city based on prospect theory, Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 20080807
  230. Child effect on household non-commute trips, In CD-ROM of Proceedings of Transportation Research Board 87th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., 20080101
  231. Exploring sustainable development of a developing city based on a new integrated model, Intelligent Transportation System and Information Technology, 20080401
  232. Modeling of touring behavior along the Asian Highway incorporating inter-alternative similarities: A comparative analysis between Japanese and Korean tourists, 783-792, 20080401
  233. Estimation of household car traveling distances using hazard-based duration model, 623-631, 20081101
  234. Modeling heterogeneous dynamics in departure time choice behavior during a social experiment of discounting the tolls of the Hanshin expressway, International Symposium on City Planning 2008, 443-452, 20080821
  235. Applying expectation maximization method to impute item non-responses in person-trip survey for an aggregate travel mode choice model in developing countries, the 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 155-164, 20080805
  236. Impact of in-vehicle real-time traffic safety warning information on driving stability at limited signal visibility approaches: Use of an ordered probit model, the 11th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 20081012
  237. Travel choice analysis of stochastic transfer in urban public transport systems: Theory and application, the 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 20080805
  238. Evaluation of the effects of a warning information system on reducing traffic accidents based on a social experiment in Hiroshima, the 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 20080805
  239. A comparative evaluation on different equity measures for transportation system: sensitivity analysis on road network design, International Symposium on City Planning 2008, 927-936, 20080821
  240. Analysis of school participation in Dhaka city of Bangladesh based on a time allocation model with endogenous activity generation,, International Symposium on City Planning 2008, 620-629, 20080821
  241. Alternative ways of measuring activities and movement patterns of transients in urban areas: International experiences, the 8th International Conference on Survey Methods in Transport: Harmonisation and Data Comparability, 20080525
  242. The usability you never detect: database with group package tour product design, 20080603
  243. A method of activity classification based on behavioral similarity, 20080401
  244. Modeling heterogeneous dynamics in the stated and revealed travel mode choice behaviors with panel data, 20080401
  245. A simultaneous-equation model of car ownership duration and travel distance, 20080401
  246. A self-report survey system: proposal and evaluation based on model analysis, 20080401
  247. Development of discrete choice model incorporating intra-household interaction at attribute level, 20080401
  248. Change of driving behavior after the provision of in-vehicle traffic warning information, 20080401
  249. Multilevel analysis of variations of activity patterns using a six-week travel diary data, 20080401
  250. Capturing the long-term changes in time use behavior based on time allocation model, 20080401
  251. To propose a self-reporting survey system for urban planning: A case study using a small-scaled web-based survey to Hiroshima residences, 33-36, 20080401
  252. Basic analysis of activity patterns in depopulated areas, 13-16, 20080401
  253. Analysis of household residential choice behavior in a developing city based on relative utility model, 20080401
  254. Continuous effects of in-vehicle traffic warning information along a road section with successive intersections, 20080401
  255. Factor analysis of traffic accidents in expressways by integrating probe-vehicle data and existing statistical data, 20080401
  256. Influence of delivery/pick-up behavior on the out-of-home activity participation of the people providing delivery/pick-up, 20080401
  257. Analysis of environmental governance in transport sector at national level, 20080401
  258. Development of an activity-travel chaining model incorporating timing utility and recursivity of daily activity participation, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20080401
  259. Development of the DPSIR+C Framework for Measuring the Social Capacity of Environmental Management, 20080401
  260. An enhanced user equilibrium traffic assignment model incorporating both travel time and fuel consumption, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20080401
  261. Bivariate probit analysis of inspection and maintenance program in Jakarta city, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20080401
  262. Development of time allocation model with endogenous threshold of activity participation in a depopulated region, 43(3), 835-840, 20080401
  263. Analysis of influential factors causing long-term changes in time use behaviour based on a time allocation model, Paper accepted by the IATUR (International Association for Time Use Research) 30th Annual Conference, 20081201
  264. A household time allocation model with behavioral interdependency between weekday and weekend, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, FORTHCOMING, 20070601
  265. Analysis of energy consumption efficiency in transport sector using a multiple-output stochastic frontier model with flexible cause-effect structure, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, forthcoming, 20070601
  266. A discrete choice model with dynamic social interaction: framework and application to household choice of vehicle type, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, forthcoming, 20070601
  267. An latent class competing risks model incorporating heterogeneity of activity scheduling decisions, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, FORTHCOMING, 20070601
  268. A multi-agent model for supporting CBD regeneration based on pedestrian distributions: Framework and numerical simulations, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, FORTHCOMING, 20070601
  269. Testing spatial stability of travel time expenditures in the developing world, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, FORTHCOMING, 20070601
  270. Influence of dynamic warning traffic information on driving behavior at an intersection nearby a bridge, 133-136, 20071114
  271. Study on travel pattern classification in local cities, 27, 189-192, 20071115
  272. Time allocation model incorporating self-selection biases of activity choice and inter-activity interactions, 42(3), 553-558, 20071118
  273. Spatial analysis of driving behavior at an intersection nearby a bridge and effects of in-vehicle warning information, 6, 20071206
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  275. Environmental efficiency analysis of urban transportation systems using a multi-output stochastic frontier model with flexible cause-effect structure, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  276. Modeling the level of environmentally efficient car ownership, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  277. Evaluating environmentally sustainable urban and transport policies for a developing city based on a travel demand model with feedback mechanisms, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  278. Representing household vehicle holding duration with heterogeneous distributions based on latent class approach, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  279. Bivariate probit model of on-road emission measurement of passenger cars in Jakarta city, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  280. The interaction between pedestrians and facilities in central business districts: An explorative case study, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20070901
  281. Motorization in Asia: 14 Countries and Three Metropolitan Areas, IATTS (International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences) Research, 31(1), 46-58, 20070201
  282. Modeling group decision-making mechanisms in household travel behavior: Theories and an application, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (in press), 20070901
  283. A discrete choice model with dynamic social interaction: framework and application to household choice of vehicle type, Proceedings of the 11th World Conference on Transport Research (CD-ROM), 20070601
  284. Urban governance of packaging environmentally sustainable transport policies: indicator development and application, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (CD-ROM), 20070901
  285. A model of household time allocation behavior with endogenously determined balance of power, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 235-244, 20071201
  286. Modeling household time allocation behavior: cComparative analysis using a large-scale data from survey on time use and leisure activities in Japan, Paper accepted by the IATUR (International Association for Time Use Research) 29th Annual Conference, Washington DC, 20071017
  287. Household preferences for sustainable urban forms in Jabotabek metropolitan area, Indonesia: Survey, model and evaluation, Paper presented at the 13th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 20070610
  288. An integrated modeling framework for environmentally efficient car ownership and trip balance, IATTS (International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences) Research, 32(2), 95-108, 20070401
  289. Analysis and application for urban inhabitant travel demand models, Intelligent Transportation System and Information Technology, 7(6), 80-84, 20070401
  290. Driving characteristics and the effects of warning traffic information provision at a road section with frequent occurrence of traffic accidents, 887-894, 20070401
  291. Transit-oriented residential choice: Methodological development and application in Hiroshima city, Japan, the 7th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals, 157-176, 20070521
  292. Household preferences for sustainable urban forms in Jabotabek metropolitan area, Indonesia: Survey, model and evaluation, the 13th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 20070610
  293. Analysis of permanent residence attitude and planned duration based on a discrete-continuous model, 305-306, 20070401
  294. Development of vehicle holding duration with household heterogeneity, 323-324, 20070401
  295. To measure the effects of in-vehicle traffic warning information based on a probe-vehicle survey,, 20070401
  296. Development of tourism behavior model considering inter-alternative similarities, 321-322, 20070401
  297. Effects of mobility management in Hiroshima city, 20070401
  298. Development of a bus use frequency prediction model incorporating asymmetric evaluation of service levels, 319-320, 20070401
  299. Development of household time allocation model incorporating weekday-weekend interdependence, 307-308, 20070401
  300. Assessment and prediction of surface ozone concentration using artificial neural network multilayer perceptron in Jakarta city,, 20070401
  301. A household activity-travel timing decision model with endogenous coupling constraints, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20070401
  302. What can we do to decrease private car ownership and its usage in developing countries: A capacity development approach for Jabotabek MA (Indonesia), 20070401
  303. Car preference model and analysis of international tourism behavior between South Korea and Japan - According to Asian-Highway, Journal of The Korean Society of Civil Engineers, 27(1D), 27-33, 2007
  304. Analysis and application for urban inhabitant travel demand models, Intelligent Transportation System and Information Technology, 7(6), 80-84, 2007
  305. Representing household time allocation behavior by endogenously incorporating diverse intra-household interactions: A case study in the context of elderly couples, Transportation Research Part B, 40, 54-74, 20060401
  306. Multi-dimensional timing decisions: A case study in tourism behavior analysis, Tourism Analysis, forthcoming, 20060401
  307. A Comparative Analysis of Surface Ozone Patterns at Different Land Use Types in Jakarta City based on a Structural Equation Model with Latent Variables, Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20060101
  308. Analysis of Roadside Air Quality in Jakarta City : A Structural Equation Approach, JSME (Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers) International Journal, 49, 8-18, 20060401
  309. A Traffic Demand Prediction Model with Feedback for Jabodetabek Metropolitan Area, Indonesia, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 535-546, 20060801
  310. Modeling Pollutant Concentration based on the Technique of Artificial Neural Network, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 299-309, 20060801
  311. Choice of Travel Patterns: Theory and Application, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 207-216, 20060401
  312. Evaluating efficiency of household vehicle use, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 4, 268-277, 20060801
  313. Multi-dimensional timing decision model of household activity-travel behavior with endogenous coupling constraints, International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, CD-ROM, 20060401
  314. Bayesian analysis of group choice behavior in the context of household car ownership, The 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, CD-ROM, 20060801
  315. A generalized multi-state hidden Markov extension model for multi-state activity episode durations, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions= Prague= Czech Republi, CD-ROM, 20060801
  316. Efficiency Diagnostics of Household Car Use in Suburbs of Local City, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 41(2), 157-162, 20061001
  317. Capacity development for sustainable urban transport in developing countries, Environmental Management, in press, 20060401
  318. Progress of group behavior research in Japan in the context of travel behavior analysis, International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, CD-ROM, 20060801
  319. Transit-Oriented Development and its Application in GuiYang, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions= Prague= Czech Republi, 246-255, 20060801
  320. Measuring social capacity for environmental management in transport sector in Beijing based on an attitudinal survey from the perspective of civil society, Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, CD-ROM, 20060401
  321. Inherent Risks for Group Package Tour Leaders: What and Why, Proceedings of the International Conference on Tourism and the New Asia: Implications for Research= Policy and Practice, CD-ROM, 20060801
  322. Chinese Outbound Tourism Market: Development Analysis and Marketing Strategies, Proceedings of the International Conference on Tourism and the New Asia: Implications for Research= Policy and Practice, CD-ROM, 20060801
  323. A generalized relative utility model: methodological development, Paper presented at the 11th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies= Hong Kong= December 9-11., 20061201
  324. Comparative analysis of bilateral tourism behavior mechanisms between Japan and Korea along Asian Highway, Presented at the International Conference on Tourism and the New Asia: Implications for Research= Policy and Practice= Beijing= August 9-12., 20060701
  325. International tourism behavior along the Asian Highway: A comparison of Korean and Japanese travelers, Presented at the 2nd Japan/China Joint Seminar on Urban Development and Intelligent Transport Systems for the Future of Asian Cities= Harbin= China= July 30., 20060801
  326. Analyzing vehicular pollutant concentration using neural network, 33(CD-ROM), 20060601
  327. A travel demand prediction model with feedback of transportation networks influence for Beijing, 33(CD-ROM), 20060601
  328. Urban land use models for sustainable futures, 33(CD-ROM), 20060601
  329. Survey and Model Development of Household Residential Choice Behavior with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms, 41(2), 97-102, 20061101
  330. Multi-dimensional timing decision model of household activity-travel behavior with endogenous coupling constraints, Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto, Japan, 20060816
  331. Progress of group behavior research in Japan in the context of travel behavior analysis, roceedings of the 10th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto, 20060816
  332. Multidimensional Timing Decisions: a Case Study in Tourism Behavior Analysis, Tourism Analysis, VOL. 11, 20060401
  333. Modeling the Level of Environmentally Sustainable Car Ownership, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, VOL.7, 20060401
  334. Environmental Efficiency Analysis of Urban Transportation Systems Using a Multi-Output Stochastic Fronter Model With Flexible Cause-Effect Structure, ournal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, VOL.7, 20060401
  335. Analyzing Vehicular Pollutant Concentration Using Neural Network, Presentation in the Spring Conference of JSCE, 20060601
  336. An Evolutionary Neural Network Approach for Estimation of Pollutant Concentration, Proceedings of the International Conference of ISCS&SIS'2006, 20060901
  337. A Feedback Prediction Model with Applications in the JABODETABEK Metropolitan Area of Indonesia, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 20060401
  338. A Travel Demand Prediction MODEL with Feedback of Transportation Networks Influence for Beijing, Presentation in the Spring Conference of JSCE, 20060601
  339. Analysis Bivariate Probit Model of On-road Emission Measurement of Passenger Cars in Major Roads of Jakarta City, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20060401
  340. In-use Gasoline Vehicle Emission Measurement for Jakarta: An analysis of the 2005 bylaw on Air Pollution Control, 15th Indonesian Scientific Conference in Japan Proceedings, 20060401
  341. Analysis of Roadside Surface Ozone based on a Structural Equation Model with State Dependence and Serial Correlation in Jakarta City, 11th World Conference on Transportation Research, 20060624
  342. Analysis Methods of Household Behavior: Conceptual Discussion, 48-53, 20060401
  343. Comparative Analyses of Group Discrete Choice Models: A Case Study in the Context of Household Choice of Vehicle Type, 41(2), 97-102, 20060401
  344. Models of household activity and travel behaviors with group decision-making mechanisms in Japan, he 10th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 20060816
  345. A feedback prediction model with applications in the Jabodetabek Metropolitan Area of Indonesia, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 329-337, 20060401
  346. A multi-agent tool to support the process of generating alternative land-use plans, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 207-216, 20060401
  347. Evaluation of urban governance at a local city from the perspective of administrative perspective, 20060401
  348. Efficiency analysis of household car use behavior based on frontier analysis approach, 13-16, 20060401
  349. Analysis of residential choice behavior based on group discrete choice model, 333-334, 20060401
  350. Analysis of latent bus demand in depopulated areas, 363-364, 20060401
  351. Analysis of energy consumption efficiency of urban transportation system, 343-344, 20060401
  352. Development of group discrete choice model and application to household car ownership behavior analysis, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20060401
  353. To evaluate quality of life based on household time allocation model in the framework of group decision-making theory, Working Paper, Hiroshima University, 20060401
  354. Motorcycle Ownership and Use in Jabotabek (Indonesia) Metropolitan Area, 20060401
  355. Land Use Effects on Travel Behavior in Jabotabek (Indonesia) Metropolitan Area, 20060401
  356. Evaluating Inefficiency of Household Car Use Behavior based on a Stochastic Frontier Model, Proceedings of International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 217-225
  357. A model of household task allocation and time use, Transportation Research Part B, 39, 81-95, 20050401
  358. Development of car tourists' scheduling model for one-day tour, Transportation Research Record, 100-111, 20050401
  359. Development of a scheduling model for car tourists' 1-day tours, Transportation Research Record, 100-111
  360. A demand prediction model of transit services for the elderly in mountainous areas, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-67(786), 39-51, 20050401
  361. Applicability of household time allocation model with heterogeneous intra-household interaction to the analysis of the elderly transportation policies, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-67(786), 53-65, 20050401
  362. Developing a New Activity-Trip Scheduling Model based on Utility of Timing Incorporating Timing Constraints, Censored Timing and Sequential Correlation, Proceedings of the 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20050101
  363. A New Discrete Choice Model with Endogenous Generation of Choice Set Based on the Principle of Relative Utility Maximization, Proceedings of the 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20050101
  364. Social Capacity Indicators for Environmental Management: A Case Study in Transport Sector Using Macro-Level data, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 51-65, 20050301
  365. Measuring Capacity Indicators of Civil Society for Environmental Management in Beijing based on an Attitudinal Survey, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 67-86, 20050301
  366. Dyanmic Process Model of Social Capacity for Environmental Management, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 31-49, 20050301
  367. Evaluating the Effects of a New Vehicle Emission Standard on Urban Air Quality in Jakarta City, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 11-30, 20050301
  368. An empirical comparison of alternative models of household time allocation, Progress in Activity-Based Analysis= Timmermans= H. (ed.)= Elsevier, Chapter 12, 259-283, 20050401
  369. A cellular automata model of urban development with discrete choice, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 219-230, 20050101
  370. Methodology of developing social capacity indicators for environmental management: State-of-art and future directions, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 5-56, 20050101
  371. Measuring social capacity indicators for environmental management of transport sectors in the world cities, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 87-100, 20050101
  372. Development of social capacity indicators for environmental management in Beijing: A case study of citizen capacity indicator, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 163-180, 20050101
  373. Evaluating sustainability of urban development in developing countries incorporating dynamic cause-effect relationships over time (YASOSHIMA PRIZE: Best Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4349-4364, 20050401
  374. Residential and travel mode choices in the developing world: A comparative study of eleven developing cities, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2463-2469, 20050401
  375. Development of a choice model for evaluating sustainable urban form in a developing city, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2164-2178, 20050401
  376. Analysis of travel behavior array pattern by lifestyle incorporating sequential dependencies in a day, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 91-106, 20050401
  377. Development of non-monetary indicators to evaluate public transport services in rural areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 423-434, 20050401
  378. Effects of flextime system on arrival and departure times to and from work, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 1956-1970, 20050401
  379. Modeling Reactive Agents: Analysis of Household Synchronized Shopping Decisions, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on RECENT ADVANCES IN RETAILING AND SERVICES SCIENCE= EIRASS= Orlando= Florida= USA= July 21-24, (CD-ROM), 20050401
  380. Empirical analysis of pedestrian route choice and activity participation behavior at a city center on weekends, Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on RECENT ADVANCES IN RETAILING AND SERVICES SCIENCE= EIRASS= Orlando= Florida= USA= July 21-24, 20050401
  381. Car ownership and use model with intra-household interaction, Paper presented at the International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005)= Higashi-Hiroshima= March 31, 20050401
  382. Household activity-travel scheduling model, Paper presented at the International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005)= Higashi-Hiroshima= March 31, 20050401
  383. Tourist travel demand analysis based on scheduling model, Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science= Portland= U.S.A.= August 7-10., 20050401
  384. EVALUATING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING CITIES USING A FOUR-WAVE PANEL DATA, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  385. Evaluation of Multi-Modal Travel Information Website Based on Virtual Accessibility, 31, 20050601
  386. Analysis of Pedestrian Excursion Route Choice at City Center on Weekends, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  387. Evaluation of Urban Governance in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Urban Air Quality Management in Beijing, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  388. Analysis of Household Time Allocation Behavior Based on a Large-Scale Time Use Data, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  389. Comparative Analysis of Transport Accessibility in Developing Cities From the Perspective of Social Inequity, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  390. Evaluation of Urban Service from the Perspectives of Citizens and Firms, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  391. Using Stated Preference Approach as a Tool of Transportation Planning and Policy Analysis: Theory and Applications, The 5th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals= (North America Chinese Transportation Association (NACOTA)=, 20050601
  392. Comparative analysis of interaction between land use and transportation in developing countries, Proceedings of the IX INTECOL (The International Association for Ecology) International Congress of Ecology, CD-ROM, 20050801
  393. The application of structural equation model to analyze urban roadside air pollution in Jakarta city, Paper presented at the 16th Regional Conference of Clean Air and Environment in Asia Pacific Area 2005= Kogakuin University= Japan= August 2-4, 20050801
  394. Comparison Analysis of tourism behavior between Japan and Korea, Paper presented at the 3rd Japan-Korea Joint Seminar= IKSAN= Korea= July 4., 20050701
  395. Dynamic Analysis of Energy Efficiency of Urban Transportation Systems Using an Incomplete Panel Data, Presented at SAKURA Meeting= Japan-France Integrated Action Program= Paris= September 26., 20050901
  396. Measuring social capacity indicators for urban air pollution from transportation in Jakarta city based on an attitudinal survey, 32(CD-ROM), 20051101
  397. Comparative analysis of travel patterns in the developing cities based on a hybrid model, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4333-4348, 20050401
  398. Analysis of travel behavior array pattern by lifestyle incorporating sequential dependencies in a day, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 91-106, 20050401
  399. The effects of a flextime system on arrival and departure times to and from work, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 1956-1970, 20050401
  400. Evaluating the effects of a new vehicle emission standard on urban air quality in Jakarta city, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 11(2), 11-30, 20050401
  401. Development of non-monetary indicators to evaluate public transport services in rural areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 423-439, 20050401
  402. Evaluating sustainability of urban development in developing countries incorporating dynamic cause-effect relationships over time, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4349-4364, 20050401
  403. Analysis of seamless transit system services in depopulated areas, 659-666, 20050401
  404. Analysis of ownership behavior of low-emission passenger cars in local Japanese cities, the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 20050401
  405. Time series forecasts of international travel demand from Japan to Korea, Annual Summer Conference of Korean Society of Transportation, 123-128, 20050401
  406. Development of a new discrete choice model incorporating group decision-making mechanisms, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 259-268, 20050401
  407. Causes of energy efficiency in urban transport sector, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 249-258, 20050401
  408. User evaluations of regional intelligent transport systems based on a demonstrative experiment, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 365-370, 20050401
  409. Evaluation of urban service quality based on a gap model, 27-30, 20050401
  410. Analysis of car use and allocation mechanisms among household members, 20050401
  411. Relationship between infrastructure improvement levels and time use patterns, 339-340, 20050401
  412. Analysis of activity-travel characteristics of visitors to city center on weekend, 355-356, 20050401
  413. A comparative analysis of travel behavior characteristics in developing cities, 353-354, 20050401
  414. To measure urban service quality from the perspective of firms, 357-358, 20050401
  415. Change of commuting behavior due to the introduction of flextime system and subjective evaluation of the system, 20050401
  416. Measuring social capacity indicators for urban air pollution from transportation in Jakarta city based on an attitudinal survey, 20050401
  417. An integrated process model of social capacity development for environmental management, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 31-49, 20050401
  418. Modeling traveler choice behavior using the concepts of relative utility and relative interest, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B-METHODOLOGICAL, 38(3), 215-234, MAR 2004
  419. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on a discrete choice model with unequal and asymmetric structure, Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, CD-ROM, 20041101
  420. Development of methodology for analyzing travel patterns in the context of developing countries, Traffic and Transportation Studies= Proceedings of ICTTS 2004 (International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies)= Mao= B.= Tian= Z. and Sun= Q. (eds.)= Science Press= Beijing., 222-234, 20040401
  421. A dynamic bi-ordered-probit model system to evaluate the effects of introducing flexible working hour system, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  422. Model structure kernel for household task and time allocation incorporating household interaction and inter-activity dependency, Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20040401
  423. Representing travel choice behavior dynamics based on cross-sectional and longitudinal heterogeneity, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-64(765), 3-15, 20040701
  424. Urban sprawl, energy use and CO2 emissions in Japanese cities, CD-ROM, 20040401
  425. Development of a fuzzy contingent valuation method to assess amenity improvement of a neighborhood street, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  426. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on the principle of relative utility maximization, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  427. Development of mode choice behavior models with incomplete sample data, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040401
  428. Hybrid choice behavior model considering uncertainty of subjective data, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-64(765), 17-28, 20040701
  429. Finding behavioral rules of urban public transport passengers by using boarding records of integrated stored fare card system, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040401
  430. Basic Study on Evaluation of Living Environments and Analysis of Household Residential Attitude Considering Intra-Household Interaction, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 39(3), 619-624, 20040401
  431. Society capacity evaluation for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Invited paper at the 9th National Convention on Civil Engineering= Thailand, 20040501
  432. An analysis of activity-travel patterns in a developing country: The case of Metro Manila, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  433. Analysis of sustainable urban form in Jakarta, Indonesia, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 69-76, 20040101
  434. Development of social capacity evaluation model for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 57-68, 20040101
  435. A model of land use evolution based on cellular automata, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 103-114, 20040101
  436. Air Quality Improvement Analysis by New Emission Standards of Vehicles, Better Air Quality Workshop 2004= Agra-India= December, 20040401
  437. Evaluation of urban service quality in a local city considering intra-household gap, Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science= Prague= August 10-13., 20040401
  438. Methodology for Modeling Household Time Allocation Behavior, Proceedings of the Conference on Activity-based Analysis, CD-ROM, 20040501
  439. Methodology of developing social capacity indicators for environmental management: State-of-art and future directions, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 5-55, 20041101
  440. Representing heterogeneous intra-household interaction in the context of time allocation, Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20040101
  441. Representing heterogeneous ownership behavior of low-emission passenger cars in local Japanese cities, Paper presented at SAKURA Meeting= Japan-France Integrated Action Program= Kyoto= December 14., 20041201
  442. Development of Car Ownership and Use Model Considering Intra-household Interaction, Paper presented at SAKURA Meeting= Japan-France Integrated Action Program= INERTS= Paris= July 2., 20040702
  443. Telecommunications and transportation interactions: A review, 29(CD-ROM), 20040601
  444. Representing heterogeneous intra-household interaction in the context of time allocation, the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20040111
  445. Air quality improvement analysis by new emission standards of vehicles, the Better Air Quality Workshop 2004, 20041206
  446. Modeling development process of social capacity for environmental management, the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling, 57-73, 20041102
  447. Urban sprawl, energy use and CO2 emissions in Japanese cities, 20040128
  448. Analysis of car ownership behavior in local Japanese cities from environmental perspective, 95-102, 20040113
  449. Influence of urban form on transportation energy consumption: Propositions for livable, environmentally-friendly cities, 115-125, 20040113
  450. Using a dynamic structural equation model to evaluate the sustainability of urban development, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 189-198, 20040401
  451. The influence of tax policies on the ownership of low-emission vehicles in local Japanese cities, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 275-280, 20040401
  452. Development of a choice model for evaluating sustainable urban form, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 219-227, 20040401
  453. Analysis of regional tourism behavior in Chogoku, Shikoku and Kyusyu regions, 20040401
  454. Development of a discrete choice model with inter-agent interaction and application to household car ownership behavior analysis, 20040401
  455. Analysis of low-emission vehicle ownership behavior in local Japanese cities, 20040401
  456. Basic study on urban service quality, 409-410, 20040401
  457. Relationship between visiting behavior to city center on weekend and parking behavior, 363-364, 20040401
  458. A survey of car ownership behavior in local Japanese cities, 365-366, 20040401
  459. Analysis of seamless transit services on depopulated regions, 20040401
  460. Social Capacity Development for Urban Air Quality Management the Context of Urban Transportation Planning, 20040401
  461. A Weekend Shopping Activity Participation Model Dependent on Weekday Shopping Behavior, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Sciences, 10, 335-343, 20030401
  462. A Hybrid Discrete Choice Model with Fuzziness, Proceedings of European Transport Conference 2003, CD-ROM, 20030401
  463. Analysis of Mode Choice Behaviours based on Latent Class Models, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research= International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, CD-ROM, 20030401
  464. Measurement of Willingness to Pay of Street Environment Improvement Based on Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4, 1356-1365, 20030401
  465. Transport Survey and Marketing Methods in Urban Public Transport by Using Boarding Records Collected by Integrated Stored Fare Card System, Selected Paper for International Symposium on City Planning, 270-279, 20030401
  466. Transport Demand and Supply Model based on Disequilibrium Theory, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 1262-1277, 20030401
  467. Influence of urban form on transportation energy consumption: Propositions for livable, environmentally-friendly cities, 20030401
  468. Representing Discrete Choice Behavior based on the Generalized Relative Utility, 28, 20031101
  469. A weekend shopping activity participation model dependent on weekday shopping behavior, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 10(6), 335-343, 20030401
  470. Development of a travel frequency forecasting system for bus service in depopulated areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 1576-1590, 20031029
  471. Using stated preference approach to estimate mode choice behavior under changes in travel and socio-economic environments in Myanmar, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 207-216, 20030401
  472. Living environment preferences of residents in a developing country and their possible implications for environmentally-friendly development, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 217-222, 20030401
  473. Development of household time allocation model based on iso-elastic social welfare function, 20030401
  474. A basic analysis of urban public transportation marketing by using a data mining approach, 20030401
  475. Analysis of travel mode choice model considering the acquisition behavior of multi-modal travel information, 20030401
  476. Development of a fuzzy-CVM (contingent valuation method) for the evaluation of street improvement within a community, 20030401
  477. Analysis of collision traffic accidents in case of car-following at an intersection nearby a bridge, 435-436, 20030401
  478. Analysis of travel information acquisition patterns by using access log data of website, 20030401
  479. Analysis of mode choice preferences under changes in travel and socio-economic environments in Yangon city based on stated preference survey, 20030401
  480. A utility-maximizing model of household time use for independent, shared and allocated activities incorporating group decision mechanisms, Transportation Research Record, 1-8, 20020401
  481. A Mode Choice Model Separating Taste Variation and Stated Preference Reporting Bias (Outstanding Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(3), 23-38, 20011024
  482. Dynamic travel demand models based on longitudinal person-trip data, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(3), 129-144, 20010401
  483. An empirical analysis of stated multiple-mode preference model based on relative utility, 20010401
  484. Dynamic discrete choice models considering unobserved heterogeneity with mass point approach (Outstanding Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 3(5), 245-260, 19990915
  485. Dynamic Travel Demand Models incorporating unobserved heterogeneity and first-order serial correlation, Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Transport Research, 19980401
  486. A Proposal of ITS System Architecture Considering Functional Cooperation with Infrastructure, Proceedings of the 3rd ISIM, 19980401
  487. A mode choice model separating taste variation and stated preference reporting error, 15, 609-617, 19980401
  488. A weekend shopping trip frequency model, 629-637, 19980401
  489. A proposal of ITS System architecture considering functional cooperation with infrastructure, the 5th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 19981012
  490. Dynamic Travel Demand Models incorporating unobserved heterogeneity and first-order serial correlation, the 8th World Conference on Transport Research, 19980401
  491. A new travel mode choice model with attitude, 584-585, 19980401
  492. Analysis of Attending behavior to Park-and-Ride Experimental Scheme Using Duration Model, Infrastructure Planning Review, 671-678, 19970401
  493. Survival Analysis of Public Participation in Experiment Scheme to Determine Travel Demand Management Policy, Proceedings of the 8th Meeting of the International Association of Travel Behaviour Research, 19970401
  494. Correcting Attrition and Response Biases in Stated Preference Mode choice Models by Using Mass Point Approadc, Infrastructure Planning Review, 587-594, 19960401
  495. Discussion about evaluation methods of evaluating the effects of transportation demand management policies, 634-635, 19960401
  496. A dynamic travel mode choice model considering unobserved heterogeneity, 461-462, 19960401
  497. Development of Travel Demand Models Using Repeated Cross-sectional Data, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management, IV-29(524), 93-104, 19950401
  498. A fixed-effect travel mode choice model considering individual unobserved heterogeneity, 168-169, 19950401
  499. A longitudinal aggregate stated preference model with serial correlation, 166-167, 19950401
  500. Structural analysis of travel mode choice model with individual heterogeneity, 427-429, 19950401
  501. A dynamic travel mode choice model with unobserved heterogeneity based on mass point approach, 725-728, 19950401
  502. Analysis of stated preference panel data with refreshment samples, 68-71, 19950401
  503. A time-series analysis of trip generation and attraction models, 820-821, 19950401
  504. Effects of multifaceted consumption on happiness in life: A case study in Japan based on an integrated approach, International Review of Economics
  505. Tourist adaptation behavior in response to climate disasters in Bangladesh, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, online(online), online-online, 2016, 7, 8
  506. Effects of the Residential Environment on Health in Japan Linked with Travel Behavior, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(190), online-online, 2016, 2, 3
  507. Analysis of Roadside Air Quality in Jakarta City : A Structural Equation Approach(Urban Air and Environment Control Technologies), JSME international journal. Ser. B, Fluids and thermal engineering, 49(1), 8-18, 20060215
  508. Methodological Development, Asian Transport Studies, 2(1), 1-2, 2012
  509. Analysis of Paratransit Drivers' Stated Job Choice Behavior under Various Policy Interventions Incorporating the Influence of Captivity: A Case Study in Jabodetabek Metropolitan Area, Indonesia, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2011(0), 215-215, 2011
  510. The life-oriented approach and travel behavior analysis, 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 2015,7,19-23
  511. Society capacity evaluation for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Proceedings at the 9th National Convention on Civil Engineering, 2004,5,19-21
  512. Exploring Sustainable Urban Form of Beijing with an Integrated Model, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 111-120, 2008,8,5-7
  513. Motorcycle Ownership and Use in Metropolitan Area of Jabotabek, Indonesia, the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2007,1,21-25
  514. Examining Land Use Effects on Travel Behavior in Jabotabek, Indonesia, Metropolitan Area, the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2007,1,21-25
  515. Evaluation of the effects of a warning information system on reducing traffic accidents based on a social experiment in Hiroshima, Japan, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies, 26-53, 2008,8,5-7
  516. Subjective well-being and activity-travel behavior analysis: Applying day reconstruction method to explore affective experience during travel, Proceedings of The 14th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2, 439-449, 2009,12,10-12
  517. Subjective well-being and activity-travel behavior analysis: Applying day reconstruction method to explore affective experience during travel, Proceedings of The 14th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2, 439-449, 2009,12,10-12
  518. Joint influence of residential choice and activity-travel choice on physical, mental and social health: A case study in Japan, Paper presented at The 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 2015,7,19-23
  519. Driving speed control behavior and safety on expressways under smart phone app based traffic safety information provision, Paper presented at The 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 2015,7,19-23
  520. Travel behavior in a hilly neighborhood in Japan: A case study on the impacts of slope on elders' mode choice decisions, Paper presented at The 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, 2015,7,19-23
  521. How residential environment and travel behavior influence people' s life satisfaction? - A Bayesian network analysis, Compendium of Papers CD-ROM, The 93rd Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, 2015,7,19-23
  522. A panel analysis of the dynamics of residential choices and travel behavior in response to other life consumption choices: A structural equation model., Proceedings of the 19th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2014,12,13-15
  523. A joint analysis of residential location, work location and commuting mode choices in Hanoi, Vietnam, the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2015,1,11-15
  524. Estimating baseline greenhouse gas emissions from motorcycle-taxi in Bandung, Indonesia, the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2015,1,11-15
  525. Residence and job location change choice behavior under flooding and cyclone impacts in Bangladesh, the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2015,1,11-15
  526. A collective household model of personal mobility vehicle ownership: A case study in newtowns in Japan, Proceedings of The 19th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2014,12,13-15
  527. A life-course analysis of residential and motorcycle ownership mobilities in Hanoi, Vietnam, Proceedings of The 19th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2014,12,13-15
  528. A panel analysis of the dynamics of residential choices and travel behavior in response to other life consumption choices, Proceedings of The 19th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2014,12,13-15
  529. A GPA-enabled Smart Phone App with Simplified Diagnosis Functions of Driving Safety and Warning Information Provision, Proceedings of The 21st ITS World Congress, 2014,9,7-11
  530. Backcasting assessment of strategies for efficiently sustainable urban transport developments of developing cities, Traffic and Transportation Studies 2010 ASCE (Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 13-26, 2010,8,3-5
  531. Outbound group package tours: Three years' experiences in Japan, Taiwan and China, Proceedings of 2010 Global Marketing Conference at Tokyo "Marketing in a Turbulent Environment", 1617-1630, 2010,9,9-11
  532. A Scobit-based travel mode choice model, Proceedings of the 2010 Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, 2010,5,26-29
  533. Newly developed link performance functions incorporating the influence of on-street occupancy for developing cities: Study on Dhaka City of Bangladesh, the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2011,1,23-27
  534. Effects of in-vehicle traffic warning information under heterogeneous driving situations, the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2011,1,23-27
  535. Evaluation of the effects of in-vehicle real-time traffic safety warning information incorporating the influence of short-term memory: Model development and application, he 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2011,1,23-27
  536. Exploring variation of trip fares by taxi-like paratransits services in Jakarta City: A Multilevel Analysis, the 91th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, 2012,1,22-26
  537. A dynamic analysis of biographical interactions of households' total mobilities based on a life history survey data, 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 2012,7,15-19
  538. Comparative analysis on two types of multiple discrete-continuous models in the context of household energy consumption behavior, 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 2013,7,15-19
  539. Context dependencies of travel behavior: A case study on motorcycle owners' bus usage and non-motorcycle owners' motorcycle usage in Hanoi, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 2012,7,15-19
  540. Exploring taxi-like paratransit drivers' behavior of stopping service in Jakarta city, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 2012,7,15-19
  541. Elder's social network and mobility support resources: Similarities/differences and their impacts on activity-travel patterns, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 2012,7,15-19
  542. Exploring variation of trip fares by taxi-like paratransits services in Jakarta City: A Multilevel Analysis, 91th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2012,1,22-26
  543. Exploring day-to-day variations in bus usage behavior of motorcycle owners in Hanoi, Traffic and Transportation Studies 2012 ASCE (Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies), 2012,8,1-3
  544. Necessity of Developing a Life-Oriented Approach for Representing Residential Self-selection, he 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2014,1,12-16
  545. How do residential environment and travel behavior influence people's life satisfaction? Bayesian network analysis, the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2014,1,12-16
  546. ocial aspects of paratransit policy making: analysis of paratransit service supply and drivers' life satisfaction, the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,12-16
  547. Effects of individualized dynamic travel information on drivers' adaptation behavior to the occurrence of traffic accidents, 20th ITS World Congress TOKYO 2013, 2013,10,22-26
  548. A generalized relative utility based choice model with multiple context dependencies, Proceedings of the International Choice Modelling Conference 2013, 2013,7,3-5
  549. Extending relative utility model with multiple reference points to incorporate asymmetric, non-linear response curvature, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  550. A nested tourist time use and expenditure behavior model with multi-destination visit based on pair copula, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  551. Representing the influence of multiple social interactions on monthly tourism participation behavior, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  552. Does paratransit drivers' low job satisfaction lead to job mobility? A case study of taxi-like paratransit drivers in Jakarta city, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  553. Criticality prioritization of transportation infrastructure under flooding in coastal areas, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  554. Analysis of household vehicle usage and ownership under different taxation policies, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1,13-17
  555. Functionings enhanced by social networks in elder's activity participations: The capability approach, the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2013,1.13-17
  556. Sensitivity analysis of paratransit network optimization for transportation planning in developing cities, Proceedings of 17th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 639-646, 2012,12,15-17
  557. A multilevel analysis on link performance functions for paratransit networks in Bandung City, Indonesia., Proceedings of 17th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 597-604, 2012,12,15-17
  558. Trip makers' needs for the next-generation travel information: A comparison between Japan and Korea, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2012,7,15-18
  559. Testing a participatory self-declaring travel dairy survey method in a small-sized Japanese city, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2012,7,15-18
  560. Urban forms and health promotion: An evaluation based on health-related QOL indicators, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2012,7,15-18
  561. Copula modelling approaches to jointly represent tourists' time use and expenditure behaviour, Selected Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2012,7,15-18
  562. Panel analysis of behavioural modifications by the Great East Japan Earthquake, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2012,7,15-18
  563. Impacts of residential neighborhood and origin-destination land use patterns on mode choice behavior, Proceedings of the International Symposium on City Planning 2012, 2012,8,23-25
  564. Evaluation of paratransit services from the perspective of environmental impacts and drivers' quality of life, Proceedings of the International Symposium on City Planning 2012, 133-143, 2012,8,23-25
  565. Chinese drivers' multitasking behavior during driving and accident involvement: An analysis linked with aberrant driving behavior and unsafe driving propensity, Proceedings of the International Symposium on City Planning 2012, 2012,8,23-25
  566. The MATLAB toolbox for GPS data to calculate motorcycle emission in Hanoi - Vietnam, Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Chemical Engineering and Applications, 2012,5,5-6
  567. Influence of childcare on women's time use behavior: An evaluation based on a Scobit-based activity participation and time allocation model, 41, 2010
  568. Rural migrant workers'residential, travel, and energy consumption behavior in a changing context of urban China, Presented at the 9th International Association for China Planning, 2015,6,19-21
  569. Life-oriented approach for urban policy decision-making: Surveys and applications, The 54th ERSA (European Regional Science Association) Congress, 2014,8,26-29
  570. Exploring multi-scale and multi-modal accessibility: Urban- and neighborhood-scale planning contexts, The 54th ERSA (European Regional Science Association) Congress, 2014,8,26-29
  571. Dynamic Relationship between Residential and Travel Behavior and QOL, Presented at the 8th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, 2013,6,21-22
  572. PBL Education for Designing Sustainable Infrastructure System at Tonle Sap Lake, Proceedings of Mekong Environmental Symposium 2013, 2013,3,5-7
  573. Paratransit Users' Happiness during Travel and Life Satisfaction: A Case Study in Jakarta, Indonesia, Paper presented at the 11th ISQOLS (International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies) International Conference: Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research, 2012,11,1-4
  574. Affective Experience during Travel: A Survey Based on Day Reconstruction Method, Paper presented at the 11th ISQOLS (International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies) International Conference: Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research, 2012,11,1-4
  575. Influence of park usage and travel behavior on health-related QOL: A cause-effect structural analysis, Paper presented at the 11th ISQOLS (International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies) International Conference: Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research, 2012,11,1-4
  576. Households' Multidimensional Mobilities over Life Course and QOL: A Case Study in Japan, Paper presented at the 11th ISQOLS (International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies) International Conference: Discovering New Frontiers in Quality of Life Research, 2012,11,1-4
  577. Accommodating Taste Variations in Tourist Satisfaction Analysis, Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA), 2012,6,17-19
  578. Citizens' life behavior and quality of life: Survey and modeling, Paper presented at the IATUR (International Association for Time Use Research) 34th Annual Conference, 2012,8,22-24
  579. An analysis of shoppers' time use, expenditure behavior incorporating the influence of affective experience, Paper presented at the 19th Conference on Retailing and Consumer Services, The European Institute of Retailing and Services Studies (EIRASS), 2013,7,9-12
  580. An analysis of shoppers' spatial choice behavior incorporating the influence of subjective well-being, Paper presented at the 51st European Congress of the Regional Science Association International, 2011,8,30
  581. Exploring microscopic and long-term relationships between car ownership and residential location choice by using a retrospective life history survey, Paper presented at the 51st European Congress of the Regional Science Association International, 2011,8,30
  582. Proposing a participatory self-declaring survey and examining its public acceptance based on stated preference survey, Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Transport survey Methods, 2011,11,14-18
  583. Applying a web-based life history survey to capture car-dependent mobility over life course in consideration of the influence of memory, Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Transport survey Methods, 2011,11,14-18
  584. Household choice behavior survey and modeling for urban and transportation planning, Paper presented at the 4th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, 2010,6,19-21
  585. An improved indicator system for environmental management: DPSIR+C, Paper presented at the 4th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, 2010,6,19-21
  586. A comparative analysis between Japanese and Korean tourists' attitude and stated choice behavior along the Asian Highway, Paper presented at 17th International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Services Science, Istanbul, 2010,7,2-5
  587. Multi-tasking in daily activity-travel patterns: A comparison of Dutch and Japanese studies, Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Time Use Research (IATUR), 2010,7,7-10
  588. Modal Shift Impacts on Surface Ozone concentration near to BRT TransJakarta Corridors, Proceedings of The 5th Japan-China Joint Seminar on City and ITS "Low-Carbon Urban Planning and Transportation Policies", 2010,8,23-24
  589. A copula-based simultaneous-equation model of car ownership and usage behaviour, Proceedings of The 5th Japan-China Joint Seminar on City and ITS "Low-Carbon Urban Planning and Transportation Policies", 2010,8,23-24
  590. Identifying short-distance trips and their characteristics by utilizing GPS trajectories and individual-specific spatiotemporal information, aper presented at the 9th International Conference on Transport survey Methods, 2011,11,14-18
  591. Optimal sampling designs for multi-day and multi-period panel survey: Empirical evidences from German Mobility Panel, Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Transport survey Methods, 2011,11,14-18
  592. Re-examining Travel Choice Behavior Based on a Scobit Model, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2010,7,11-15
  593. Integrating the concepts of relative utility and prospect theory curvature to represent context dependence in travel choice behavior, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, Lisboa, 2010,7,11-15
  594. An analysis of shoppers' time use and monetary consumption behavior and affective experience based on DRM survey, Paper Accepted by the 33rd Conference of the International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR), 2011,8,1-3
  595. Evaluation of bus network using a transit network optimization model - Case study on Hiroshima City bus network, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2010,7,11-15
  596. Analysis of Inspection and Maintenance Program in JABODETABEK Indonesia, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2010,7,11-15
  597. Modal Shift Impacts on PM10 concentration near to BRT TransJakarta Corridors, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2010,7,11-15
  598. An integrated approach analyzing the household vehicle type choice, travelling distance and holding duration based on a copula model, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, Lisboa, 2010,7,11-15
  599. An integrated multiobjective model for maximization of mobility and equity under constraints of environmental capacities, Proceedings of The 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 2010,7,11-15
  600. Senior Tourists with On-Line Group Package Tour Advertising, Presented at 2010 Global Marketing Conference at Tokyo "Marketing in a Turbulent Environment", 2010,9,9-11
  601. Development of a household energy consumption model for megacities in Asia, Proceedings of the 15th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 2010,5,30
  602. Measuring social capacity for urban air quality management in megacities in South East Asia based on attitudinal survey in Jakarta and Hanoi, Proceedings of the 15th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, 2010,5,30
  603. Development of a GPS-enabled smart phone app for driving safety diagnosis, Invited Speech at 14th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals (CICTP2014), 2014,7,4-7
  604. Post-accident adaptation behavior and dynamic travel information: A comparison between the elderly and non-elderly, 2013,6,13
  605. Effects of life choices on the quality of life: A case study in Japan based on a combined Exhaustive CHAID and Bayesian Belief Network Approach, Invited Speech at the Seminar "Advances in Happiness Economics", Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2013,10,28-29
  606. From activity-based to life-oriented approach: Interdisciplinary challenges, Invited Speech at the International Seminar on Applications of Activity-based Transportation Modeling in Simulation and ICT Impacts, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (KRIHS) and TOD-based Engineering Research Center (TOD ERC), 2012,10,19
  607. Interdisciplinary behavior studies for cross-sector energy policies, Keynote Speech in the International Conference on Low-carbon Transportation, Logistics and Green Buildings (LTLGB2012), 2012,10,12-13
  608. Transport Governance for a Low-carbon Society: Theories and Practices, Invited Speech at the 5th China Transport Forum, 2009,10,17
  609. A joint analysis of residential location, work location and commuting mode choices in Hanoi, Vietnam, Journal of Transport Geography, 54, 181-193
  610. Drivers’ travel information styles and adaptation behaviors to dynamic travel information about accidents on expressways, Asian Transport Studies, 4(2), in press-in press
  611. DEVELOPMENT OF TRAVEL DEMAND MODELS USING REPEATED CROSS-SECTIONAL DATA, 524, 93-104, 19951020
  612. Individual Time Allocation Model based on Multi-linear Utility Function, Papers on city planning, 121-126, 20021015
  613. 10^ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN RETAILING AND SERVICES SCIENCE, 165-167, 20031020
  614. HYBRID DISCRETE CHOICE MODEL INCORPORATING FUZZINESS OF SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION DATA, Proceedings of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, 17-28, 20040720
  615. APPLICABILITY OF HOUSEHOLD TIME ALLOCATION MODEL WITH HETEROGENEOUS INTRA-HOUSEHOLD INTERACTION TO THE ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION POLICIES FOR THE ELDERLY, 53-65, 20050420
  616. Analysis Methods of Household Behavior : Conceptual Discussion, City planning review, 55(6), 48-53, 20061225
  617. Development of Time Allocation Model with Endogenous Threshold of Activity Participation in a Depopulated Region, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 43(3), 835-840, 20081015
  618. A Method of Activity Classification based on Behavioral Similarity and its Accuracy Verification : A Case Study of Activity Start Time, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 44(3), 481-486, 20091025
  619. Dynamic discrete choice models considering unobserved heterogeneity with mass point approach, Journal of international development and cooperation, 4(1), 165-185, 19980301
  620. Dynamic Travel Demand Models Incorporating Unobserved Heterogeneity and First-order Serial Correlation, Journal of international development and cooperation, 6(1), 159-175, 2000
  621. Evaluating the Effects of a New Vehicle Emission Standard on Urban Air Quality in Jakarta City, Journal of international development and cooperation, 11(2), 11-30, 2005
  622. Dynamic Process Model of Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management, Journal of international development and cooperation, 11(2), 31-49, 2005
  623. EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND TRANSPORT POLICIES FOR A DEVELOPING CITY BASED ON A TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL WITH FEEDBACK MECHANISMS, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 7, 751-765, 2007
  624. REPRESENTING HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE HOLDING DURATION WITH HETEROGENEOUS DISTRIBUTIONS BASED ON LATENT CLASS APPROACH, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 7, 782-794, 2007
  625. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM: A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER APPROACH WITH FLEXIBLE CAUSE-EFFECT STRUCTURE:A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER APPROACH WITH FLEXIBLE CAUSE-EFFECT STRUCTURE, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 7, 1475-1489, 2007
  626. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN PEDESTRIANS AND FACILITIES IN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICTS: AN EXPLORATIVE CASE STUDY:AN EXPLORATIVE CASE STUDY, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 7, 1870-1885, 2007
  627. Representing Tourist's Time Use Behavior Based on a Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value Model, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 9, 796-809, 2011
  628. Analysis of Mode Choice Models Considering Individual Heterogeneity, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 12, 425-434, 1995
  629. Correcting Attrition and Response Biases in Stated Preference Mode Choice Models by Using Mass Point Approach, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 13, 587-594, 1996
  630. Analysis of SP Panel Data for Mode Choice based on the Concept of Relative Utility, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 19, 365-374, 2002
  631. Effects of Flexible Working Time System on the Time to and from Work, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 19, 383-390, 2002
  632. Household Time Allocation Model based on Group Utility Function, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 19, 391-398, 2002
  633. Analysis of Seamless Transit Services in Rural Areas, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 22, 659-665, 2005
  634. Characteristics of Driving Behavior on Dangerous Road, and Influences of Warning Information at Intersections, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 24, 887-894, 2007
  635. Analysis of Attending Behaviour to Park-and-Ride Experimental Scheme Using Duration Model, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 14, 671-678, 1997
  636. A Mode Choice Model Separating Taste Variation and Stated Preference Reporting Error, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 15, 609-617, 1998
  637. Urban Governance of Packaging Environmentally Sustainable Transport Policies: Indicator Development and Application, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007(0), 167-167, 2007
  638. A COPULA-BASED SIMULTANEOUS-EQUATION MODEL OF VEHICLE HOLDING DURATION AND TRAVEL DISTANCE, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D1 (Architecture of Infrastructure and Environment), 66(1), 54-63, 2010
  639. Joint Modeling of Vehicle Holding Duration and Traveling Distance with a Copula-based Multivariate Survival Model, Asian Transport Studies, 1(3), 303-317, 2011
  640. Joint Modeling of Vehicle Holding Duration and Traveling Distance with a Copula-based Multivariate Survival Model, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2009(0), 106-106, 2009
  641. Sequential Updating of Price Elasticities of Traffic Demand Incorporating Regional Differences Based on a Hierarchical Bayesian Approach, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2009(0), 119-119, 2009
  642. INCORPORATING ACCESSIBILITY-BASED EQUITY INTO STOCHASTIC ROAD NETWORK DESIGN PROBLEM: SENSITIVE ANALYSES AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2009(0), 193-193, 2009
  643. A Joint Model of Injury Severity and Collision Type for Examining Influential Factors of Traffic Accidents Occurring at Intersections of National Highways in Japan, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2009(0), 350-350, 2009
  644. Comparative Analysis on Household Energy Consumption Behavior in Asia Megacities by Considering the Effects of Car Ownership and Self-selection, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2011(0), 144-144, 2011
  645. Analysis of Tourism Generation Incorporating the Influence of Constraints Based on a Scobit Model, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2011(0), 159-159, 2011
  646. Evaluation of Neighborhood Street Improvements Based on "Fuzzy Contingent Valuation Method", Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 38(3), 505-510, 20031025
  647. REPRESENTING TRAVEL CHOICE BEHAVIOR DYNAMICS BASED ON CROSS-SECTIONAL AND LONGITUDINAL HETEROGENEITY, 3-15, 20040720
  648. Basic Study on Evaluation of Living Environments and Analysis of Household Residential Attitude Considering Intra-Household Interaction, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 619-624, 20041025
  649. Survey and Model Development of Household Residential Choice Behavior with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 41(3), 97-102, 20061025
  650. Efficiency Diagnostics of Household Car Use in Suburbs of Local City, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 41(3), 157-162, 20061025
  651. Measuring Capacity Indicators of Civil Society for Environmental Management in Beijing Based on an Attitudinal Survey, Journal of international development and cooperation, 11(2), 67-86, 2005
  652. Environmental Efficiency Model Based on Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Application to Environmentally Sustainable Transport Policies, Transportation Research Record, 2163, 112-123, 2010
  653. DEVELOPMENT OF NON-MONETARY INDICATORS TO EVALUATE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES IN RURAL AREAS, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 423-434, 2005
  654. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TRAVEL PATTERNS IN THE DEVELOPING CITIES BASED ON A HYBRID MODEL, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4333-4348, 2005
  655. EVALUATING SUSTAINABILITY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES INCORPORATING DYNAMIC CAUSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS OVER TIME, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4349-4364, 2005
  656. REPRESENTING TRAVEL CHOICE BEHAVIOR DYNAMICS BASED ON CROSS-SECTIONAL AND LONGITUDINAL HETEROGENEITY, Proceedings of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, 3-15, 2004
  657. Development of Household Discrete Choice Model Incorporating Multiple Decision-Marking Rules and Application to Analysis of Car Type Choice, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu D, 24, 499-507, 2007
  658. EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND TRANSPORT POLICIES FOR A DEVELOPING CITY BASED ON A TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL WITH FEEDBACK MECHANISMS, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007(0), 106-106, 2007
  659. Representing Household Vehicle Holding Duration with Heterogeneous Distributions based on Latent Class Approach, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007(0), 110-110, 2007
  660. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM: A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER APPROACH WITH FLEXIBLE CAUSE-EFFECT STRUCTURE, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007(0), 188-188, 2007
  661. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN PEDESTRIANS AND FACILITIES IN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICTS: AN EXPLORATIVE CASE STUDY, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007(0), 238-238, 2007
  662. Capturing decline and its factors of Japanese young peopleʼ car ownership and usage behavior based on National Survey of Family Income and Expenditure in Japan, 土木計画学研究講演集, 57
  663. スマートフォンアプリの利用による生活行動と活動空間の変化に関する全国調査, 土木計画学研究講演集, 57
  664. A Nation-level Survey of Use of Michi-no-eki of Ordinary Road and Service Areas of Expressways at Disadvantaged Areas of Japan, 土木計画学研究講演集, 57
  665. Ownership and usage of autonomous vehicles and their impacts on people's lives, 土木計画学研究講演集, 57

Publications such as books

  1. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, Junyi Zhang, Cheng-min Feng, 978-1-13-882601-4, 528, 528
  2. 2017/01, Life-oriented Behavioral Research for Urban Policy, Springer, 2017, 1, English, Junyi Zhang, 978-4-431-56472-0, 518, 518
  3. 2015/03, Life-oriented Behavioral Studies, Japan Society of Civil Engineers, 2015, 3, 日本語, 978-4-8106-0850-2, 374, 374
  4. 2013/06, Sustainable Transport Studies in Asia, Springer, 2013, 6, English, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, 292
  5. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Transport and Energy Research deals with the transport issues associated with energy from a behavioral perspective in an interdisciplinary and systematic way. Existing transport and energy research has focused on technologies and energy efficiency; however, more efficient technologies do not necessarily lead to energy reduction. Unfortunately, very limited behavioral research can be found in the literature. This book covers major transport modes and major countries. It emphasizes the importance of researching the behaviors of not only transport and energy service users, but also transport and energy service providers, policy makers, organizations, company managers, and other stakeholders who are involved in and/or affected by transport and energy policies. It not only overviews the history of relevant research and presents new developments but also extensively discusses future research issues. Various findings are summarized for reducing energy consumption from a behavioral perspective. This book provides readers with behavioral insights into more effective policymaking. Behavioral interventions are recommended as a key policy instrument for reducing energy consumption in a sustainable way. It provides policy makers with comprehensive insights into making more effective policies over the whole process of policymaking. The book can serve as a handbook for researchers and a textbook for graduate students in the fields of transport, energy, environment, planning, public policy, and behavioral studies and so on., Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  6. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Introduction of research on transport and energy, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  7. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Energy consumption in the transport and domestic sectors: A household-level comparison between capital cities of Japan, China, and Indonesia, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Biying Yu, Enjian Yao, Chunfu Shao, 9780128159651, 416
  8. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Household residential location and commuting mode choices: Intra-household interaction modeling and its implications to energy policy, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  9. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Rural migrant workers’ energy consumption in passenger transport and domestic sectors of China: Case study from a social perspective, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Ying Jiang, Junyi Zhang, Linghan Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  10. Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Japanese young people’s car ownership and usage: Research from an expenditure perspective, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Ying Jiang, 9780128159651, 416
  11. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Behaviorally-oriented air transport and energy research, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Tuqiang Zhou, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  12. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, A systematic review on tourism energy consumption, sustainable tourism and destination development: a behavioral perspective, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Linghan Zhang, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  13. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Life-oriented household energy consumption research, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Ying Jiang, 9780128159651, 416
  14. 2019/, /11, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, To connect the past with the future, Elsevier, 2019, 11, Junyi Zhang, 9780128159651, 416
  15. 2019/, /11, Mapping the Travel Behavior Genome, Stated ownership and intended in-vehicle time use of privately-owned autonomous vehicles, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Ying Jiang, Junyi Zhang, Yinhai Wang, 9780128173404, 360
  16. 2019/, /11, Mapping the Travel Behavior Genome, Joint influence of built environment and travel behavior of young people on their future life and migration choices: a case of study in rural Japan, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Linghan ZHANG, Junyi ZHANG, David Pérez Barbosa, 9780128173404, 360
  17. 2019/, /11, Mapping the Travel Behavior Genome, Workshop Summary and Research Themes, Elsevier, 2019, 11, English, Goulias, K., Antoniou, C., Bhat, C., Davis, A., Farooq, B., Kamargianni, M., Mohammadian, K., Mokhtarian, P., Polydoropoulou, A., Pendyala, R., Shiftan, Y., Stathopoulos, A., & Zhang, J. (alphabetic order, except the first author), 9780128173404, 360
  18. 2019, A Research Agenda in Transport Policy, Transport Policy in Asia, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019, English, Junyi ZHANG, Fuyo (Jenny) YAMAMOTO, 978 1 78897 019 8, 232
  19. 2018/, /04, Global Cities Forum: Thesis Intercommunication, Japan’s Innovations in Managing Urban Transportation Problems, The Gezhi Press and Shanghai People’s Press, 2018, 4, English, Junyi Zhang, 285-290
  20. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Social capacity building for environmental management related to transport sector: a broader perspective, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, Junyi Zhang, 9781138826014, 528, 446-494
  21. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Introduction: transport in Asia, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, Junyi ZHANG, Cheng-Min FENG, 9781138826014, 528, 1-24
  22. 2019/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Social exclusion and transport in an aging and shrinking society, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Janet STANLEY, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, 9781138826014, 528, 261-284
  23. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Social exclusion and the place of urban passenger transport in developing Asian countries, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, David PÉREZ BARBOSA, Junyi ZHANG, 9781138826014, 528, 243-260
  24. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Road traffic safety in Asia: an analysis based on DPSIR+C framework, Routledge, 2018, 6, English, Ying JIANG, Junyi ZHANG, 9781138826014, 528, 63-93
  25. 2015, Mobility, Sociability and Well-being of Urban Living, The challenges of land use and transport planning on urban residents’ quality of life: A panel data analysis, Springer-Verlag, 2015, 2015, English, Yubing XIONG, Junyi ZHANG, 282, 17
  26. 2005/10, Progress in Activity-Based Analysis , Elsevier Science Lt, 2005, 10, 501
  27. 1996/03, Dynamic Models of Travel Behaviour Considering the Heterogeneity , Doctoral Thesis= Hiroshima University, 1996, 03, 223
  28. 2018/, /06, Routledge Handbook of Transport in Asia, Introduction

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. A life-oriented household energy consumption model, Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Ying Jiang, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation
  2. Migration Biography and Behavioral Changes Toward Future Migration: Analysis Based on an Improved Theory of Planned Behavior to Accommodate Interdependencies across Life Domains and Altruism, Weiyan Zong, Junyi Zhang, Ying Jiang, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation
  3. Capturing drivers' stated adaptation behaviors to traffic accidents on expressways based on a mixed logit model with correlated multiple reference points, Ying Jiang, Junyi Zhang, Tuqiang Zhou, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation
  4. Analysis of Before-disaster, During-disaster, and Future Adaptation Behaviors in Bangladesh Based on a Dynamic Paired Combinatorial Logit Model with Learning-effects., Ying Jiang, Junyi Zhang, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation
  5. Inbound tourism behavior patterns and influential factors in Japan: Analysis by combining Exhaustive CHAID approach and mixed logit model, Linghan Zhang, Junyi Zhang, Hiroki Yoshida, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation, International Choice Modelling Conference
  6. Effects of traffic warning information on drivers' continuous driving judgments and intentions over a road section with successive blackspots: Analysis based on stated preference survey and multivariate ordered logit model, Junyi ZHANG, Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Shuichi TANIMOTO, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Ying JIANG, International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08/19, Without Invitation
  7. How to Write a Good Paper for a Top International Journal, Junyi ZHANG, 2019/06/28, With Invitation, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia
  8. An activity-trip scheduling model incorporating timing constraints, censored timing and sequential correlation, Junyi ZHANG, the 5th International Symposium on Railway Operations Research, 2018/12/02, With Invitation, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China
  9. Life-oriented Approach and Mobilities Studies, Junyi ZHANG, International Conference of Mobilities, Health, Wellbeing and Tourism, 2018/11/30, With Invitation
  10. Effects of working experience on return migrant workers’ rural tourism operation, Linghan ZHANG, Junyi ZHANG, International Conference of Mobilities, Health, Wellbeing and Tourism, 2018/11/30, Without Invitation, SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY, Guangzhou, China
  11. Analyses of ownership and usage of autonomous vehicles based on stated preference models with behavioral decision-making mechanisms, Junyi ZHANG and Ying JIANG, Workshop on Transportation Research, 2018/10/11, With Invitation, University of International Business and Economics,, Beijing, China
  12. Time use modeling, Junyi Zhang, the 3rd International Time Geography Conference, 2018/09/21, With Invitation, Peking University, Beijing, China
  13. Analysis of Migration Behavior Based on the Time Perspective Theory, Junyi ZHANG, Weiyan ZONG, David PEREZ BARBOSA, the 3rd International Time-Geography Conference, 2018/09/21, Without Invitation, International Time-Geography Conference, Beijing, China
  14. Using activity-travel diaries to explore children’s everyday mobilities and access to education in rural Nepal, Fuyo (Jenny) YAMAMOTO, Junyi ZHANG, the 3rd International Time-Geography Conference, 2018/09/20, Without Invitation, International Time-Geography Conference, Beijing, China
  15. Influence of the built environment on travel mode choice: ideal and reality, Junyi Zhang, the 2018 World Transport Convention, 2018/06/19, With Invitation, World Transport Convention, Beijing, China
  16. The Life-oriented Approach for Integrated Urban Modeling, Junyi Zhang, The 4th International Workshop on Integrated Land Use Transport Modeling, 2018/06/16, With Invitation
  17. Development of a GPS-enabled smart phone app for driving safety diagnosis, Junyi ZHANG, 14th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals (CICTP2014), 2014/07/04, With Invitation
  18. Effects of life choices on the quality of life: A case study in Japan based on a combined Exhaustive CHAID and Bayesian Belief Network Approach, Junyi ZHANG, Yubing XIONG, Advances in Happiness Economics, 2013/10/28, With Invitation
  19. Effects of life choices on the quality of life: A case study in Japan based on a combined Exhaustive CHAID and Bayesian Belief Network Approach, Junyi ZHANG, Yubing XIONG, Seminar ‘Advances in Happiness Economics’, 2013/10/28, With Invitation
  20. Post-accident adaptation behavior and dynamic travel information: A comparison between the elderly and non-elderly, Junyi ZHANG, Ying JIANG, Age-friendly Safety and Welfare in Transportation, 2013/06/13, With Invitation
  21. Post-accident adaptation behavior and dynamic travel information: A comparison between the elderly and non-elderly, Junyi ZHANG, Ying JIANG, International Workshop “Age-friendly Safety and Welfare in Transportation”, 2013/06/13, With Invitation
  22. Climate disasters and adaptation measures in developing countries ~ A case study of tourism in Bangladesh, Junyi ZHANG, 4th International Seminar on Urban Transport, 2013/04/03, With Invitation
  23. Interdisciplinary behavior studies for cross-sector energy policies, Junyi ZHANG, Keynote Speech in the International Conference on Low-carbon Transportation, 2012/12/12, With Invitation
  24. Policy design for low-carbon cities in Asia. Presented at the Special Seminar on Urban and Regional Development in Climate Change Regime, Junyi ZHANG, Global Environmental Leaders Education Program for Designing a Low-Carbon World, 2012/11/19, With Invitation
  25. From activity-based to life-oriented approach: Interdisciplinary challenges, Junyi ZHANG, International Seminar on Applications of Activity-based Transportation Modeling in Simulation and ICT Impacts, 2012/10/19, With Invitation
  26. From activity-based to life-oriented approach: Interdisciplinary challenges, Junyi ZHANG, International Seminar on Applications of Activity-based Transportation Modeling in Simulation and ICT Impacts, 2012/10/19, With Invitation
  27. Interdisciplinary behavior studies for cross-sector energy policies, Junyi ZHANG, Keynote Speech in the International Conference on Low-carbon Transportation, 2012/10/12, With Invitation
  28. Conceptualizing and measuring elders' mobility: A capability approach, Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Junyi ZHANG and Makoto TSUKAI, Aging Mobility and Quality of Life 2012, 2012/06/24, With Invitation
  29. Behavioral modeling of paratransit systems in a developing city: Job choice of drivers and travel mode choice of users, Gang LI, Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Budi Nugroho SUDARMANTO, International Conference 2011 on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 2011/07/29, With Invitation
  30. Development of an integrated tourist behavior model system, Lingling WU, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Conference 2011 on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 2011/07/29, With Invitation
  31. Exploring factors affecting household energy consumption in Asian megacities: Methodological development and applications, Biying YU, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Conference 2011 on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 2011/07/29, With Invitation
  32. Senior tourists with on-line group package tour advertising, 15) Kuo-Ching WANG, Ruey-Luen CHEN, Wen-Yu CHEN, Junyi ZHANG, Yu-Lung SUNG, Parisa RUNGRUANG, Marketing in a Turbulent Environment, 2010/09/09, With Invitation
  33. A Comparative Study on Household In-Home and Out-of-Home Energy Consumption in Asian Megacities, Biying YU., Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Sudarmanto Budi Nugroho, 7th International Conference on Traffic & Transportation Studies (ICTTS'2010), 2010/08/03, With Invitation
  34. Modeling inter-personal interactions in activity-travel behavior, Junyi ZHANG, Traffic and Transportation Studies 2010 ASCE (Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 2010/08/03, With Invitation
  35. A comparative analysis between Japanese and Korean tourists' attitude and stated choice behavior along the Asian Highway, Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Backjin LEE, 17th International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Services Science, Istanbul, 2010/07/02, With Invitation
  36. Effects of In-Vehicle and Roadside Traffic Warning Information: Evaluation Based on a Social Experiment in Hiroshima, Junyi ZHANG, Wonchul KIM and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Symposium on Safe Mobility and International Cooperation, 2010/03/09, With Invitation
  37. Influential factors of motorcycle accidents in Kuala Lumpur: evaluation based on a questionnaire survey, Omran bin OMAR, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Symposium on Safe Mobility and International Cooperation, 2010/03/09, With Invitation
  38. A review of tourist scheduling behavior models, Junyi ZHANG, The First International Conference on the Future of Human Mobility, 2010/01/22, With Invitation
  39. An activity-based analysis of household energy consumption in Asian megacities, 21) Junyi ZHANG, Kazuya KANEMOTO, Biying YU and Sudarmanto Budi Nugroho, International Workshop on Policies for a Low-Carbon Society in Developing Countries, 2009/11/11, With Invitation
  40. Private Motorized Urban Mobility and Its Impacts on Idle Emissions Measurement Program in Indonesia, 23) Sudarmanto Budi Nugroho, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, International Workshop on Policies for a Low-Carbon Society in Developing Countries, 2009/11/11, With Invitation
  41. Transport Governance for a Low-carbon Society: Theories and Practices, Junyi ZHANG, 5th China Transport Forum, 2009/10/17, With Invitation
  42. Transport Governance for a Low-carbon Society: Theories and Practices, Junyi ZHANG, 5th China Transport Forum, 2009/10/17, With Invitation
  43. Representing household car ownership and use allocation behavior based on a bundle choice model with relative utility, Junyi ZHANG, Masashi KUWANO and Akimasa FUJIWARA, 16th International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Services Science, 2009/07/06, With Invitation
  44. Analysis of intra-household car use allocation behavior based on group discrete choice model, Masashi KUWANO, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, 16th International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Services Science, 2009/07/06, With Invitation
  45. Capturing the long-term changes in Japanese women's time use behavior based on a utility-maximizing time allocation model incorporating activity participation, Junyi ZHANG, Lili XU, Makoto CHIKARAISHI and Akimasa FUJIWARA, the Japan-Netherlands Joint Seminar on "Household Activity-Travel Behavior Analysis for Urban Policy-Making of Supporting Women's Participation in Labor Market", 2009/03/18, With Invitation
  46. Comparison of activity-travel patterns similarity in a depopulated area using sequential alignment method, Hiroshi SHIMAMOTO, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, Japan-Netherlands Joint Seminar on "Household Activity-Travel Behavior Analysis for Urban Policy-Making of Supporting Women's Participation in Labor Market", 2009/03/18, With Invitation
  47. A simultaneous modeling of household vehicle holding duration and usage with a copula-based multivariate survival model, 25) Masashi KUWANO, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Makoto TSUKAI and Junyi ZHANG, Japan-Netherlands Joint Seminar on "Household Activity-Travel Behavior Analysis for Urban Policy-Making of Supporting Women's Participation in Labor Market", 2009/03/18, With Invitation
  48. The long-term changes of cross-sectional variations in Japanese time use behavior using multilevel multiple discrete-continuous extreme value (MDCEV) model, Makoto CHIKARAISHI, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, Japan-Netherlands Joint Seminar on "Household Activity-Travel Behavior Analysis for Urban Policy-Making of Supporting Women's Participation in Labor Market", 2009/03/18, With Invitation
  49. Analysis of influential factors causing long-term changes in time use behavior based on a time allocation model, Junyi ZHANG, Lili XU, Makoto CHIKARAISHI and Akimasa FUJIWARA, 30th Annual Conference of IATUR (International Association for Time Use Research), 2008/12/01, With Invitation
  50. Determinants of regional tourism behavior: A case study of Kyusyu, Chugoku and Shikoku regions in Japan, Junyi ZHANG, Lingling WU and Akimasa FUJIWARA, 15th International Conference on Retailing and Services Science, 2008/07/14, With Invitation
  51. Modeling heterogeneous dynamics in choice behavior: an empirical analysis using panel data, Junyi ZHANG and Zhuo WANG, International Meeting of the Psychometric Society, 2007/07/09, With Invitation
  52. A generalized relative utility model: methodological development, 34) Junyi ZHANG, 11th International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies, 2006/12/09, With Invitation
  53. Comparative analysis of bilateral tourism behavior mechanisms between Japan and Korea along Asian Highway, Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Backjin LEE and Junichi SAWARA, International Conference on Tourism and the New Asia: Implications for Research, Policy and Practice, 2006/08/09, With Invitation
  54. International tourism behavior along the Asian Highway: A comparison of Korean and Japanese travelers, 31) Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Backjin LEE and Junichi SAWARA, 2nd Japan/China Joint Seminar on Urban Development and Intelligent Transport Systems for the Future of Asian Cities, 2006/07/30, With Invitation
  55. Measuring pedestrians' value of time at central urban area, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, 13th International Conference on Retailing and Services Science, 2006/07/09, With Invitation
  56. Promoting Transit-Oriented Residential Choice in Hiroshima City, Junyi ZHANG, TOD (Transit-Oriented Development) Symposium in DaLian, 2006/06/03, With Invitation
  57. Promoting Transit-Oriented Residential Choice in Hiroshima City, Junyi ZHANG, TOD (Transit-Oriented Development) Symposium in DaLian, 2006/06/03, With Invitation
  58. Household activity-travel scheduling model, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005), 2005/03/31, With Invitation
  59. Residential and travel mode choices in the developing world: A comparative study of 11 developing cities, Metin SENBIL, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005), 2005/03/31, With Invitation
  60. Representing urban development based on a cellular automata model, Metin SENBIL, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005), 2005/03/31, With Invitation
  61. Car ownership and use model with intra-household interaction, Masashi KUWANO, Junyi ZHANG and Akimasa FUJIWARA, International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005), 2005/03/31, With Invitation
  62. Air quality improvement analysis by new emission standard of vehicles, Sudarmanto Budi Nugroho, Akimasa FUJIWARA and Junyi ZHANG, Better Air Quality 2004 Workshop, 2004/12/06, With Invitation
  63. Evaluation of urban service quality in a local city considering intra-household gap, 39) Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Yoriyasu SUGIE and Yuko ISHIHARA, 11th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science, 2004/08/10, With Invitation
  64. Urban sprawl, energy use and CO2 emissions in Japanese cities, 41) Akimasa FUJIWARA, Metin SENBIL and Junyi ZHANG, International Workshop on "Policy Integration towards Sustainable Energy Use for Asian Cities: Integrating Local Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Concerns", 2004/01/28, With Invitation
  65. Analysis of weekly time use pattern of the elderly in rural and mountainous regions incorporating household members' interaction theoretically, Junyi ZHANG, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Yoriyasu SUGIE and Toshihisa YAMADA, the 10th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science, 2003/08/07, With Invitation
  66. Tourist travel demand analysis based on scheduling model, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Junyi ZHANG and Yoriyasu SUGIE, 10th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science, 2003/08/07, With Invitation
  67. Influence of urban form on transportation energy consumption: Propositions for livable, environmentally- friendly cities, Akimasa FUJIWARA, Junyi ZHANG and Toshiyuki OKAMURA, IGES-KEI International Workshop on "The Role of Planning Practices toward Sustainable Urban Environment in Asia: Environmental", 2003, With Invitation
  68. Travel Behavior Research – Theories and Applications, Junyi Zhang, With Invitation
  69. Tourist preference for rural tourism in China: Evidence from mixed logit model with repeated choices, Linghan ZHANG, Junyi ZHANG, Without Invitation

Awards

  1. 2014年09月11日, Best Paper Award of the 21st ITS World Congress, 21st ITS World Congress, A GPS-enabled Smart Phone App with Simplified Diagnosis Functions of Driving Safety and Warning Information Provision
  2. 2010年05月26日, Best Paper Award of “Expressways and Automobiles”, the Journal published by Express Highway Research Foundation of Japan, Express Highway Research Foundation of Japan, Statistical Analysis of Structural Changes of Traffic Demand Due to Variations of Gasoline Price
  3. 2009年07月12日, Best Paper Award of the 15th Annual Conference of APTA (Asia Pacific Tourism Association), Asia Pacific Tourism Association (APTA), Representing Tourists' Context-Sensitive Time Use and Expenditure Behavior
  4. 2010年01月23日, Best Paper Award of the 1st International Conference on the Future of Human Mobility, Thai Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies (TSTTS), Thai Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies, Exploring Sustainable Urban Forms: A Case Study in Jabotabek Metropolitan Area, Indonesia
  5. 2008年04月, IATSS (International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences) Best Paper Prize, International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS), Motorization in Asia: 14 Countries and Three Metropolitan Areas
  6. 2007年11月, The 3rd Kometani-Sasaki Prize (Research Section), Institute of Systems Science Research, Japan, Development of activity and travel behavior model with interpersonal interaction
  7. 2007年05月, Best Paper Award of the 5th APac-CHRIE (Asia Pacific International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education) and the 13th APTA (Asia Pacific Tourism Association) Joint Conference, The 5th APac-CHRIE (Asia Pacific International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education) and the 13th APTA (Asia Pacific Tourism Association) Joint Conference, Exploring Japanese Tourists' Choice Behaviors of Tour Plans along the Asian Highway based on a Paired Combinatorial Logit Model with Stated Preference Data
  8. 2004年09月, Yasoshima Prize (Best Paper Prize), The 6th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS), Evaluating Sustainability of Urban Development in Developing Countries Incorporating Dynamic Cause-Effect Relationships over Time
  9. 2001年10月, Outstanding Paper Award of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, A mode choice model separating taste variation and stated preference reporting bias
  10. 1999年09月, Outstanding Paper Award of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Dynamic discrete choice models considering unobserved heterogeneity with mass point approach
  11. 1994年11月, Research Encouragement Award, Japan Society of Traffic Engineers, Japan Society of Traffic Engineers, Development of travel demand predicting models using longitudinal person-trip data

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) (Generative Research Fields), Cross-border regional development with diverse connectivity in Asian developing countries, 2018, 2021
  2. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Interdisciplinary research on policies promoting young people’s migration to and permanent residence in local cities, 2015, 2019
  3. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2014, 2016
  4. Program for Leading Graduate Schools, Taoyaka Program for Creating a Flexible, Enduring and Peaceful Society, 2013
  5. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), 2013, 2016
  6. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2012, 2014
  7. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), A new neghborhood transoprtation planning in "old newtowns", 2011, 2013
  8. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Development of Cross-sectoral Urban Planning and Management Methods Based on Life-oriented Behavioral Studies, 2010, 2013
  9. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Upgrading of the synthetic travel behavioral survey incorporating the data fusion theory based on probe technologies, 2009, 2012
  10. MEXT Special Coordination Funds for Promotion of Science and Technology, Global Environmental Leaders Education Program for Designing a Low-Carbon Society, 2008/07, 2012/06
  11. KAKENHI, Evaluation Methods of Effects of Context-Responsive Warning System on the Whole Area, 2008, 2010
  12. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Survey and Analysis Methods about Urban Activity and Travel Behavior Incorporating Inter-Personal Interaction Mechanisms, 2007, 2009
  13. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), A Study on Expansion of Smart Mobility Network into Local Communities, 2007, 2008
  14. KAKENHI, Intercity transport facility planning responsive to cancellation and delay risks, 2005, 2007
  15. KAKENHI, Theoretical studies and policy analysis of sustainable urban life from the perspective of family, 2004, 2005
  16. KAKENHI, 2004, 2006
  17. 21st Century COE Program, Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation, 2003/04, 2008/03
  18. KAKENHI, EVALUATION OF LOW-FLOOR LIGHT RAIL VEHICLE BASED ON CONTINGENT VALUATION METHOD, 2002, 2003
  19. KAKENHI, Development of Effects Measuring Systems with the Introduction of Intelligent Transportation Information Systems, 2001, 2003
  20. KAKENHI, 1997, 1998
  21. KAKENHI, Development of Dynamic Models Based on Stated Preference Panel Data, 1997, 1999
  22. KAKENHI, Development of Dynamic Mode Choice Models Using Stated Preference Panel Data, 1995, 1996

Social Activities

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. 2002/10
  2. 2004/11
  3. 2006/09
  4. 2006/08
  5. 2007/05
  6. 2003/05
  7. 2003/10
  8. 2004/01
  9. 2004/05
  10. 2004/10
  11. 2005/03
  12. 2005/06
  13. 2005/05
  14. 2005/10
  15. 2005/07
  16. 2004/01
  17. 2006/08
  18. 2008/12
  19. 2009/03
  20. 2008/08
  21. 2010/08
  22. 2013/04
  23. International Choice Modelling Conference 2019, 2019/08, 2019/08

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. Accident Analysis & Prevention
  2. Applied Energy
  3. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research
  4. CACAIE (Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering)
  5. Case Studies on Transport Policy
  6. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
  7. Energies: Sustainable Energy
  8. Energy Economics
  9. Energy Policy
  10. Energy Strategy Reviews
  11. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space
  12. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design
  13. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research
  14. Journal of Advanced Transportation
  15. Journal of Choice Modelling
  16. Journal of Cleaner Production
  17. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management
  18. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE
  19. Journal of Leisure Research
  20. Journal of Navigation
  21. Journal of Traffic Safety and Security
  22. Journal of Transport and Land Use
  23. Journal of Transport Geography
  24. Journal of Transportation Engineering
  25. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing
  26. Psychology and Marketing
  27. Sustainability
  28. Sustainable Cities and Society
  29. The Service Industries Journal
  30. Tourism Geographies
  31. Tourism Management
  32. Transport Policy
  33. Transportation
  34. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
  35. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological
  36. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies
  37. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
  38. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
  39. Transportation Research Record
  40. Transportation Science
  41. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science
  42. Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics
  43. Urban Geography
  44. Urban Studies