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ITEA webinar 2020 series - Shared screen with speaker view
Leonardo Basso (ISCI)
57:16
6am in Vancouver for prof. Zhang. 10p for Prog. Kidikoro?
Yukihiro Kidokoro
57:54
Yes. PM 10 in Tokyo.
Ken Small, Beverly Unitarian, Chicago, Finance
01:21:48
I have a question
Moez Kilani
01:26:59
In your model, can you distinguish between international airports and national ones ? How that can affect your results ?
benny mantin
01:27:00
Yukihiro, is a draft with analytical formulations available?
Anming Zhang
01:28:14
Yes, the paper is written, and will be available.
CZERNY, Achim [LMS]
01:28:37
In my flight experience, a bigger airport non-aeronautical area may mean more of the same rather than more of different shops. So, perhaps the increase in non-aeronautical size is not necessarily associated with greater variety.
Yukihiro Kidokoro
01:31:28
Thank for great comments.
Francis Ostermeijer
01:31:30
yes!
Alex Anas
01:50:42
In economics a backward bending (positively sloped) demand curve represents a Giffen good. To be a Giffen good, a good must be an inferior good which means that you demand less when your income increases. Can you explain your demand curve in these terms?
Leonardo Javier Basso Sotz
01:55:23
Lewis. Thanks.I am not sure that hailriding is the best motivation because companies may respond to tolls with different pricing, in Nash Equilibrium or Stackelberg fashion. This would require to model hailriding companies, either in monopoly or competition. The paper seems to be more about pooling by coordination among people.
Leonardo Javier Basso Sotz
01:59:41
Thank you.
CZERNY, Achim [LMS]
02:05:48
Francis, try to speak into the mic more directly.
Amir Brudner
02:27:08
Did you observe any change in residential parking demand (car ownership) as they now have less competition for on-street parking?
Amir Brudner
02:27:26
Did you observe any change in off-street parking prices in response to on-street parking prices increase?
Hoang Dao
02:29:17
I have 2 questions/suggestion: 1, how much can you adjust for demand for employment/arrivals at different parking locations (labor demand or local economic performance)?. 2, It would be interesting to be able to quantify the change in social welfare, since the price change essentially redistribute parking behavior to further away from the center of business
maria.borjesson@vti.se
02:30:10
Did you see any change in on-street parking outside the study area where parking prices did not change?
claudio Piga
02:30:53
Any plan from Amsterdam's City Council to make dynamic pricing, with prices reflecting occupancy?
Amir Brudner
02:33:27
But it is kind of dynamic already, no? City centre is more expensive to other areas.
claudio Piga
02:35:44
I guess my emphasis was on occupancy..when there are fewer spaces, prices could be adjusted upward..but it entails different parking meters, and a strong political decision...
CZERNY, Achim [LMS]
02:36:28
Does the response to changes in car parking prices depend on the quality of public transport (some areas may be better connected than others)?
Ken Small, Univ of Calif-Irvine
02:38:25
Thanks ITEA for organizing a great session!
Amir Brudner
02:38:48
Thanks Francis