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Guidelines for the preparation of the list of references
Article in a journal with one author:
Swait, J. (2001) “A non-compensatory choice model incorporating attribute cut-offs” Transportation Research, Part B: Methodological, 35 (10), pp. 903-28.
Article in a journal with more than one author:
David, P., Bunn, J. (1988) “The Economics of Gateway Technologies and Network Evolution: Lessons from Electricity Supply History”, Information Economics and Policy, 3 (2), pp. 165-202.
Chapter in a book:
Regan, A. and Garrido, R. (2001) “Modelling Freight Demand and Shipper Behaviour: State of the Art, Future Directions”, In: Hensher, D. (eds) Travel Behaviour Research: The Leading Edge, Pergamon, Amsterdam.
Gavish, B. and Graves, S.C. (1981) "Scheduling and Routing in Transportation and Distribution Systems: Formulations and New Relaxations", Working Paper 8202, Graduate School of Management, University of Rochester , Rocherster , NY.
Urban, D. (1993) Logit – Analyse. Statistische Verfahren zur Analyse von Modellen mit qualitativen Response-Variablen, Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart.
Jaillet, P. (1985) Probabilistic Traveling Salesman Problems, Ph.D. thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge , MA
Maggi, R. and Bolis, S. (1999) “Adaptive Stated Preference Analysis of Shippers’ Transport and Logistics Choice”, World Transport Research -Proceedings from the 8th World Conference on Transport Research, (H. Meersman, E. Van de Voorde, W. Winkelmans eds.), Pergamon, Amsterdam.