Author Detail

Ilan Salomon (isalomon@ucdavis.edu)

University of California, Davis

Personal Website: http://www.its.ucdavis.edu/telecom/salomon.html

Publications (32 records):

Title Year Series
What Moves Us? An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Reasons for Traveling 2015 Reprint
Nomads at Last? A Set of Perspectives on How Mobile Technology May Affect Travel 2014 Reprint
Costs and Benefits of Home-Based Telecommuting: A Monte Carlo Simulation Model Incorporating Telecommuter, Employer, and Public Sector Perspectives 2007 Reprint
The Impacts of ICT on Leisure Activities and Travel: A Conceptual Exploration 2006 Reprint
Measuring the Measurable: Why Can't We Agree on the Number of Telecommuters in the U.S.? 2005 Reprint
A Taxonomy of Leisure Activities: The Role of ICT 2004 Research Report
When is Commuting Desirable to the Individual? 2004 Reprint
Data and Measurement Issues in Transportation, With Telecommuting as a Case Study 2004 Research Report
Emerging Travel Patterns: Do Telecommunications Make a Difference? 2002 Reprint
Driven to Travel: The Identification of Mobility-Inclined Market Segments 2002 Reprint
Impacts of Home-Based Telecommuting on Vehicle-Miles Traveled: A Nationwide Time Series Analysis 2002 Research Report
How Derived is the Demand for Travel? Some Conceptual and Measurement Considerations 2001 Reprint
Understanding the Demand for Travel: It's Not Purely 'Derived' 2001 Reprint
Modeling Individuals' Consideration of Strategies to Cope with Congestion 2000 Reprint
The Costs and Benefits of Telecommuting: A Review and Evaluation of Micro-Scale Studies and Promotional Literature 2000 Research Report
The Costs and Benefits of Home-Based Telecommuting 2000 Research Report
Travel for the Fun of It 1999 Reprint
What Happens when Mobility-Inclined Market Segments Face Accessibility-Enhancing Policies? 1998 Reprint
The Impact of Gender, Occupation, and Presence of Children on Telecommuting Motivations and Constraints 1998 Reprint
Behavioral Response to Congestion: Identifying Patterns and Socio-Economic Differences in Adoption 1997 Reprint
Emerging Travel Patterns: Do Telecommunications Make a Difference? 1997 Presentation Series
Why Don't You Telecommute? 1997 Reprint
Coping with Congestion:  Understanding the Gap between Policy Assumptions and Behavior 1997 Reprint
Modeling the Desire to Telecommute: The Importance of Attitudinal Factors in Behavioral Models 1997 Reprint
The Costs and Benefits of Telecommuting: An Evaluation of Macro-Scale Literature 1997 Research Report
Adoption of Telecommuting in Two California State Agencies 1996 Research Report
Modeling the Choice of Telecommuting:  2. A Case of the Preferred Impossible Alternative 1996 Reprint
Modeling the Choice of Telecommuting:  3. Identifying the Choice Set and Estimating Binary Choice Models for Technology-Based Alternatives 1996 Reprint
Modeling the Preference for Telecommuting: Measuring Attitudes and Other Variables 1995 Research Report
Methodological Issues in the Estimation of the Travel, Energy, and Air Quality Impacts of Telecommuting 1995 Reprint
Modeling the Choice of Telecommuting: Setting the Context 1994 Reprint
Modeling the Choice of Telecommuting: Setting the Context 1992 Research Report