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  1. IntroducTION

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  1. Chapter 1 TITLE

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Scientific Journal papers:

Jara-Díaz, S.R. (1990) Consumer’s surplus and the value of travel time savings. Transportation Research B, 24, 73-77.

Fosgerau, M. and M. Bierlaire (2009) Discrete Choice models with multiplicative error terms. Transportation Research B, 43, 494-505.
Electronic Scientific Journals papers:

García, J.C. (2008) Incidencia en la movilidad de los principales factores de un modelo metropolitano cambiante. EURE [online], 34(101), 5-24.

Confrence papers:

Jara-Díaz, S.R. and M. Farah (1986) Transporte y gasto familiar en sectores de bajos ingresos en Santiago. Actas del IV Congreso Panamericano de Ingeniería de Tránsito y Transporte. 1-4 December 1986, Santiago, 411-424.

Papers from Online Conference Proceedings:

Aultman-Hall, L., D. Lane and R. Lambert (2009) Assessing the Impact of Weather and Season on Pedestrian Traffic Volumes. 88th TRB Annual Meeting (CD-Rom). 11-15 January 2009, Washington, Paper 09-2765.


Meeker, W.Q. and L.A. Escobar (1998) Statistical Methods for Reliability Data. 1st Ed. Wiley, New York.

Book Chapters:

Moerbeek, M. (2006) Cluster Randomized Trials: Design and Analysis. In Pahm, H. (Ed.), Springer Handbook of Engineering Statistics, 1st Ed, Springer, London, 705 – 718.


Daniels, D. (1997) A Stated Choice Framework for the Valuation of Environmental Externalities of Road Projects. PhD Thesis, Institute of Transport Studies, University of Sidney.

Working Papers:

Engel, E., A. Galetovic and C. Raddatz (1998) Taxes and Income Distribution in Chile: Some Unpleasant Redistributive Arithmetic. Documentos de Trabajo. Series de Economía Nº41. Centro de Economía Aplicada. Departamento de Ingeniería Industrial. Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas. Universidad de Chile.

Technical Documents:

Kocur, G., T. Adler, W. Hyman and B. Aunet (1982) Guide to forecasting Travel Demand with Direct Utility Assessment. Technical Report. U.S. Department of Transportation. UMTA-NH-11-0001-82-1.

Norms and Manuals:

MOP (2008) Incorporación de la Seguridad Vial en Proyectos Viales, Volumen 6: Seguridad Vial, Sección, 6.202. Ministerio de Obras Públicas, Chile.

Consultancy Reports:

PNUD (1982) Plan maestro de desarrollo para el Aeropuerto Arturo Merino Benítez. Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo. Realizado por TAMS. CADE-IDEPE.

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