Call for Papers
What do we mean by social and spatial network interactions? And why does it matter? What does it have to do with transportation and urban and regional planning? Why is it (relatively) new? How is treatment thereof different than typical practice? How would it change existing theory and policy?
The topic of social and spatial interactions is now rapidly gaining interest in transportation research as evidenced by several initiatives to put the topic high on the research agenda. With new and seasoned researchers converging upon the same ideas, the seminar is timely and can benefit from the momentum and stimulate the exchange of ideas in this new field of research.
This seminar aims to pose the following questions:
The seminar will provide a forum to discuss recent developments, requirements and prospects for methods and theory useful to understand the influence of social and spatial interactions in travel and locational behavior.
SUNDAY, 3 JULY 2005
MONDAY, 4 JULY 2005
TUESDAY, 5 JULY 2005