Are car ownership preferences changing? An age cohort analysis

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The hypothesis put forward in the paper is that propensity to car ownership for younger generations is decreasing over time. This hypothesis is confirmed and suggests that car ownership predictions may be affected by upcoming generations’ preferences.
Period7 Sep 2018
Event titlehEART 2018: 7th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation
Event typeConference
Conference number7
LocationAthens, Greece
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Car ownership
  • Cohort effects
  • Dynamic behaviour
  • Discrete choice model