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Studentische Automobilnutzung - mangels Alternativen?

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  • Daniel Krimphoff

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    (Institute of Transport Economics, Muenster)

  • Peter Pollmeier

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    (Institute of Transport Economics, Muenster)

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In this paper we present two structural equation models to confirm hypotheses about psychographic causes of local and commuting students´ driving. This is used to question prevailing paradigms in transport economics. Further, recommendations regarding budgetfriendly, beneficial political options to reduce the use of passenger cars are derived. These involve more participation of local non-governmental groups and moral suasion.

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Paper provided by Institute of Transport Economics, University of Muenster in its series Working Papers with number 16.

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Length: 23 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2011
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Handle: RePEc:mut:wpaper:16

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Keywords: Mobilität; Automobilnutzung; Structural Equation Modeling; Befragung; Muenster;

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