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Niek Mouter
Niek Mouter
Associate professor Delft University of Technology
Verified email at tudelft.nl
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Cost-benefit Analysis (CBA), or Multi-criteria Decision-making (MCDM) or Both: Politicians’ Perspective in Transport Policy Appraisal
Annema, Mouter, Rezaei
Transportation Research Procedia 10, 788-797, 2015
1042015
Attitudes towards the role of Cost–Benefit Analysis in the decision-making process for spatial-infrastructure projects: A Dutch case study
N Mouter, JA Annema, B Van Wee
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 58, 1-14, 2013
932013
Intercoder reliability for qualitative research: You win some, but do you lose some as well?
N Mouter, DM Vonk Noordegraaf
Proceedings of the 12th TRAIL congress, 30-31 oktober 2012, Rotterdam, Nederland, 2012
912012
How will automated vehicles shape users’ daily activities? Insights from focus groups with commuters in the Netherlands
B Pudāne, M Rataj, EJE Molin, N Mouter, S van Cranenburgh, CG Chorus
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 71, 222-235, 2019
752019
Dutch politicians’ use of cost–benefit analysis
N Mouter
Transportation 44 (5), 1127-1145, 2017
552017
Ranking the substantive problems in the Dutch Cost–Benefit Analysis practice
N Mouter, JA Annema, B van Wee
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 49, 241-255, 2013
542013
Managing the insolvable limitations of cost-benefit analysis: results of an interview based study
N Mouter, JA Annema, B van Wee
Transportation 42 (2), 277-302, 2015
482015
Modeling politicians' preferences for road pricing policies: A regret-based and utilitarian perspective
CG Chorus, JA Annema, N Mouter, B van Wee
Transport Policy 18 (6), 856-861, 2011
432011
The methodologies, geographies, and technologies of energy justice: a systematic and comprehensive review
KEH Jenkins, BK Sovacool, N Mouter, N Hacking, MK Burns, D McCauley
Environmental Research Letters 16 (4), 043009, 2021
422021
Value of time–A citizen perspective
N Mouter, C Chorus
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 91, 317-329, 2016
412016
Do individuals have different preferences as consumer and citizen? The trade-off between travel time and safety
N Mouter, S Van Cranenburgh, B Van Wee
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 106, 333-349, 2017
392017
An empirical assessment of Dutch citizens' preferences for spatial equality in the context of a national transport investment plan
N Mouter, S van Cranenburgh, B van Wee
Journal of Transport Geography 60, 217-230, 2017
342017
Taboo trade-off aversion: A discrete choice model and empirical analysis
CG Chorus, B Pudāne, N Mouter, D Campbell
Journal of choice modelling 27, 37-49, 2018
282018
Contrasting the recommendations of participatory value evaluation and cost-benefit analysis in the context of urban mobility investments
N Mouter, P Koster, T Dekker
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 144, 54-73, 2021
272021
Diabolical dilemmas of COVID-19: An empirical study into Dutch society’s trade-offs between health impacts and other effects of the lockdown
C Chorus, ED Sandorf, N Mouter
PLoS One 15 (9), e0238683, 2020
262020
A values-based approach to energy controversies: Value-sensitive design applied to the Groningen gas controversy in the Netherlands
N Mouter, A de Geest, N Doorn
Energy Policy 122, 639-648, 2018
262018
Intercoder reliability for qualitative research
N Mouter, DV Noordegraaf
You win some, but do you lose some as well, 8, 2012
222012
The consumer-citizen duality: Ten reasons why citizens prefer safety and drivers desire speed
N Mouter, S Van Cranenburgh, B Van Wee
Accident Analysis & Prevention 121, 53-63, 2018
212018
Dutch politicians’ attitudes towards cost-benefit analysis
N Mouter
Transport Policy 54, 1-10, 2017
212017
Public participation in crisis policymaking. How 30,000 Dutch citizens advised their government on relaxing COVID-19 lockdown measures
N Mouter, JI Hernandez, AV Itten
PloS one 16 (5), e0250614, 2021
202021
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