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Dr. Francesca Pagliara
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Road Infrastructures and Transportation Systems from University of Naples Federico II, Italy
 
Institute: University of Naples Federico, Italy
 
Area of Interest: Social Sciences
  •   Regional Geography
  •   Civil Engineering
  •   Transport System
  •   Econometrics
 
URL: http://livedna.org/39.18253
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Biggiero, L. and F. Pagliara, 2000. Calibrating residential location choice model: SP and RP data. Eur. Transp., 16: 5-9.
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2:   Biggiero, L., E. Cascetta and F. Pagliara, 2001. Modelling activity location choice. Eur. Transp., 17: 42-48.
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3:   Biggiero, L., F. Pagliara, A. Patrone and F. Peruggini, 2017. Spatial equity and high-speed rail systems. Int. J. Transp. Dev. Integr., 1: 194-202.
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4:   Cascetta, E. and F. Pagliara, 2008. Integrated railways-based policies: The regional metro system (RMS) project of Naples and Campania. Transp. Policy, 15: 81-93.
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5:   Cascetta, E. and F. Pagliara, 2013. Public engagement for planning and design transportation systems: Tools and experiences. Procedia Social Behav. Sci., 87: 103-116.
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6:   Cascetta, E., A. Carteni, F. Pagliara and M. Montanino, 2015. A new look at planning and designing transportation systems: A decision-making model based on cognitive rationality, stakeholder engagement and quantitative methods. Transp. policy, 38: 27-39.
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7:   Cascetta, E., A. Papola, F. Pagliara and V. Marzano, 2011. Analysis of mobility impacts of the high speed Rome–Naples rail link using withinday dynamic mode service choice models. J. Transp. Geogr., 19: 635-643.
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8:   Cascetta, E., F. Pagliara and A. Papola, 2007. Alternative approaches to trip distribution modelling: A retrospective review and suggestions for combining different approaches. Pap. Reg. Sci., 86: 597-620.
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9:   Cascetta, E., F. Pagliara and A. Papola, 2007. Governance of urban mobility: Complex systems and integrated policies. Adv. Complex Syst., 10: 339-354.
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10:   Delaplace, M., F. Pagliara and A.L. Pietra, 2016. Does high-speed rail affect destination choice for tourism purpose?. Disneyland Paris and Futuroscope case studies. Belgeo, 3: 1-23.
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11:   Delaplace, M., F. Pagliara, J. Perrin and S. Mermet, 2014. Can high speed rail foster the choice of destination for tourism purpose?. Procedia Social Behav. Sci., 111: 166-175.
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12:   Giudice, V., P. Paola, F. Torrieri, F. Pagliara and P. Nijkamp, 2010. A DSS for real estate location choice. Ital. J. Reg. Sci., 3: 43-60.
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13:   Kim, J.H., F. Pagliara and J. Preston, 2003. An analysis of residential location choice behaviour in Oxfordshire, UK: A combined stated preference approach. Int. Rev. Public Administration, 8: 103-114.
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14:   Kim, J.H., F. Pagliara and J. Preston, 2004. Transport policy impact on residential location. Int. Rev. Public Administration, 9: 71-87.
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15:   Kim, J.H., F. Pagliara and J. Preston, 2005. The intention to move and residential location choice behaviour. Urban Stud., 42: 1621-1636.
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16:   Lucadamo, A., L. Dambra and F. Pagliara, 2009. Multinomial logit models: Multicollinearity and its consequences on parameter estimation and on independence from irrelevant alternatives tests. Global Local Econ. Rev., 13: 125-145.
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17:   Martinez, F., E. Cascetta, F. Pagliara, M. Bierlaire and K.W. Axhausen, 2008. Logit-based approaches for modelling dominated choice alternatives. Methods Models Inf. Technol. Decis. Support Syst., 1: 63-65.
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18:   Martinez, F., F. Pagliara and A. Tramontano, 2013. Hedonic value of accessibility on residential properties: Random bidding foundation and application to new rail track. Ingegneria Ferroviaria, 12: 1047-1061.
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19:   Pagliara, F. and E. Papa, 2011. Urban rail systems investments: An analysis of the impacts on property values and residents location. J. Transp. Geogr., 19: 200-211.
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20:   Pagliara, F. and H. Timmermans, 2009. Choice set generation in spatial contexts: A review. Transp. Lett., 1: 181-196.
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21:   Pagliara, F. and J. Preston, 2013. An induced demand model for high speed 1 in UK. J. Transp. Technol., 3: 44-51.
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22:   Pagliara, F. and L. Biggiero, 2013. Limited traffic zones and local economy development: Whats the Impact?. Int. J. Sci. Res., 2: 129-131.
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23:   Pagliara, F. and L. Biggiero, 2014. A survey on impacts of bike-oriented policies on residents and economic activities. WIT Trans. Ecol. Environ., 191: 749-756.
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24:   Pagliara, F. and L. Biggiero, 2014. Decision support systems and consensus building: The case study of the first bike lane in the city of Napoli in Italy. Procedia Social Behav. Sci., 111: 480-487.
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25:   Pagliara, F. and L. Biggiero, 2016. Social exclusion from high speed rail systems: An exploratory study. Ingegneria Ferroviaria, 9: 679-688.
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26:   Pagliara, F., 2015. High-speed rail systems and tourists destination choice: The case study of Naples. J. Traffic Transp. Eng., 3: 227-233.
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27:   Pagliara, F., 2016. A new look at transport terminals: Workplaces for a sustainable mobility. Int. J. Environ. Workplace Employment, 4: 139-149.
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28:   Pagliara, F., A. Pietra, J. Gomez and J.M. Vassallo, 2015. High speed rail and the tourism market: Evidence from the Madrid case study. Transp. Policy, 37: 187-194.
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29:   Pagliara, F., C. Troisi and L. Pelliccia, 2015. A before and after analysis of the impacts of the inaguration of a new metro station in Naples. Open Trans. J., 9: 1-8.
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30:   Pagliara, F., J. Preston and J.H. Kim, 2006. Trade-offs between transportation, house price and amenities in residential location choice in Oxfordshire, UK. Int. J. Urban Sci., 10: 1-18.
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31:   Pagliara, F., J.M. Vassallo and C. Roman, 2012. High speed vs. air transportation: The madrid barcelona case study. J. Transp. Res. Board, 2289: 10-17.
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32:   Pagliara, F., L. Biggiero, A. Patrone and F. Peruggini, 2016. An analysis of spatial equity concerning investments in high-speed rail systems: The case study of Italy. Transp. Prob., 11: 55-68.
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33:   Pagliara, F., M. Delaplace and J.M. Vassallo, 2014. High speed trains and tourists: What is the link? evidence from the French and the Spanish capitals. WIT Trans. Built Environ., 138: 17-27.
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34:   Pagliara, F., M. Delaplace and J.M. Vassallo, 2015. High-speed rail systems and tourists destination choice: The case studies of Paris and Madrid. Int. J. Sustainable Dev. Plan., 10: 399-410.
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35:   Pagliara, F., M. Delaplace and R. Cavuoto, 2016. Mixed high-speed, conventional and metro central rail stations as places to work: The case study of Naples. Open Transp. J., 10: 108-118.
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