Part 2. Beyond single-outcome models: Decompositions of aggregate and disaggregate road safety risk
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KeywordsDRAG road accident model innovations; Decomposition of road damages among exposure; frequency and severity dimensions or risks; Endogeneity of driver behavior; Box–Cox forms and unconditional regression signs; Road safety outcomes as a demand system; Multivariate formulations; Time horizon of adjustment; Survey of aggregate model development; Single-outcome; Single-region models; Multiple-outcome; Multiple-region models; Survey of discrete model development; Aggregation from individual to population values;
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