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Wallner, T.S. (author), Magnier, L.B.M. (author), Mugge, R. (author)
Refurbishment is an effective strategy to extend product lifetimes in a circular economy. However, consumers believe that refurbished products are contaminated with traces of prior use, which can be indicated by the appearance (e.g., scratches) or functionality (e.g., lower battery capacity) of refurbished products. This research explores...
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Fukushi, Mitsuyoshi (author), Delgado, Felipe (author), Raveau, Sebastián (author), Santos, Bruno F. (author)
In Revenue Management (RM) systems, information censoring and the interaction between the forecasting and optimization stages, increases the costs and complexity of performance analysis using historical data. An affordable and suitable alternative is using simulations, but appropriate behavioral models must be considered. In the following...
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Puchali Karvat, Malavika (author)
Dietary habits refer to the set of choices or decisions one makes regarding the foods consumed. They include choices and decisions on what to eat when to eat, how much to eat, and where to eat. Taste preferences, food diversity, frequency of meal consumption, portion sizes, snacking behavior, and meal skipping all have an impact on this....
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MONTES ROJAS, ALEJANDRO (author)
Following the emergence of new mobility trends, in which shared mobility plays an essential role, Public transport operators face the challenge of reacting in a convenient way to the changes brought to the transportation scene. Even though different collaborations are being put in place between public operators and shared mobility providers, the...
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Babić, Amila (author)
In the recent years, police violence and discrimination towards minorities have become widely criticized by news outlets and within society. The trust in the police has decreased over the last years as ethnic profiling and the deaths of multiple people of colour have come to light. The police law enforcement and their officers have been...
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Stella Mulia, Stella (author)
The absence of medicines to cure COVID-19 calls for preventive strategies, including mask-wearing. Despite its protection against exposure to coronavirus, not everyone chooses to wear a mask. Some studies addressed mask-wearing behaviour from the standpoint of behavioural economics, one being the effect of herding behaviour. This occurs when...
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Cebeci, Merve Seher (author)
Thanks to growing online shopping, last mile logistics is becoming a more relevant problem for cities due to its negative impacts, such as congestion and environmental problems. In this research, one of the urban freight transport services aiming to tackle these externalities is analysed: crowdshipping. Crowdshipping is a service where the...
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Singh, Jyotsna (author)
Crowding in trains during rush hour is known to cause discomfort. After the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, crowding has also been highlighted as a risk factor for catching Acute Respiratory Infections (ARIs) such as COVID-19 which has affected the demand of public transport. Several countries, including the Netherlands, have differential fare...
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Maks, Sebastian (author)
A multilateral organ, a national public and a national government are three entities that are inseparably intertwined. Together they form the dynamic policy triangle: a vibrant political system, constantly changing due to insights in the scholarly and public debate. This vibrancy leads to the fact that, despite an abundance of performed academic...
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Witte, Lara (author)
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Hoskam, Simone (author)
Bike-train usage contributes to more sustainable and also more reliable transport. Nowadays, approximately 45% of the train passengers in the Netherlands access the station by bike. Therewith, the focus of policy makers shifts to the total “door-to-door” travel experience. Bicycle usage is stimulated, and the facilities are adapted accordingly....
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Limburg, Babette (author)
Cities are growing worldwide, which leads to an increase in trips in urban areas. In Europe, more than half of the trips are made by car, while car takes most space of all modalities. Of all modalities car has the highest CO2 emissions. Thehigh number of trips by car within cities lead to challenges related to the accessibility, livability, and...
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Nugteren, Alex (author)
This thesis proposes a truck arrival shift (TAS) policy to control truck arrivals at seaport terminals. The aim is to reduce congestion at terminal gates which is caused by a lack of port-hinterland alignment. We proposed, developed, and applied a modeling framework to assesses the impact of the TAS policy for the use case of the Port of...
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Schrama, Verena (author)
Every day physicians make choices on clinical treatment that directly influence patients’ well-being. To deal with these critical decisions and avoid treatment errors and costs, physicians show a growing interest in Clinical Decision Support Systems (IDSS). Current CDSSs, however, suffer from limited transparency and flexibility, which gives...
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Ouyang, Sicong (author)
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 seriously impacted the world. Some previous researches suggest that global incidents could strongly influence the demand for passenger air transport services (Sobieralski, 2020). And the impacts on the demand can be ascribed to the change in the air travel behaviour of travellers (Ito & Lee, 2005...
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van de Wiel, Thijs (author)
The number of passengers using public transport has decreased drastically as a consequence of the global coronavirus pandemic in 2020. This study aimed to retrieve the importance of the perceived risk of getting infected with the coronavirus in choosing to go by train in the Netherlands. With a Hierarchical Information Integration approach it...
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Quesada Pacheco, Jorge (author)
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Gavriilidou, A. (author)
As the title suggests, cyclists are the main topic of this dissertation<br/>and more specifically, their behaviour while they are ‘in motion’. The<br/>term ‘in motion’ is used in the title to represent microscopic operational<br/>cycling behaviour, which is the behaviour of cyclists, treated as individuals<br/>(microscopic level), while they are...
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Mulderij, Lisanne S. (author), Hernández, J.I. (author), Mouter, N. (author), Verkooijen, Kirsten T. (author), Wagemakers, Annemarie (author)
Overweight and obesity are a growing problem, especially among people with a low income. Policymakers aspire to alleviate this problem by implementing publicly funded projects. This study has three aims: 1) to explore citizen preferences regarding the public funding of projects promoting a healthy body weight among people with a low income, 2...
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Chorus, C.G. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Daniel, A.M. (author), Sandorf, Erlend Dancke (author), Sobhani, Anae (author), Szép, T. (author)
Theories of decision-making are routinely based on the notion that decision-makers choose alternatives which align with their underlying preferences—and hence that their preferences can be inferred from their choices. In some situations, however, a decision-maker may wish to hide his or her preferences from an onlooker. This paper argues that...
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