Martin Dijst
Martin Dijst
Director Urban Development and Mobility at Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research
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Land use change modelling: current practice and research priorities
PH Verburg, PP Schot, MJ Dijst, A Veldkamp
GeoJournal 61, 309-324, 2004
Urban form and travel behaviour: micro-level household attributes and residential context
FM Dieleman, M Dijst, G Burghouwt
Urban studies 39 (3), 507-527, 2002
Shopping online and/or in-store? A structural equation model of the relationships between e-shopping and in-store shopping
S Farag, T Schwanen, M Dijst, J Faber
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 41 (2), 125-141, 2007
Determinants of land-use change patterns in the Netherlands
PH Verburg, JRR Van Eck, TCM de Nijs, MJ Dijst, P Schot
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31 (1), 125-150, 2004
The influence of socioeconomic characteristics, land use and travel time considerations on mode choice for medium-and longer-distance trips
N Limtanakool, M Dijst, T Schwanen
Journal of transport geography 14 (5), 327-341, 2006
Policies for urban form and their impact on travel: the Netherlands experience
T Schwanen, M Dijst, FM Dieleman
Urban studies 41 (3), 579-603, 2004
The impact of metropolitan structure on commute behavior in the Netherlands: a multilevel approach
T Schwanen, FM Dieleman, M Dijst
Growth and change 35 (3), 304-333, 2004
Travel behaviour in Dutch monocentric and policentric urban systems
T Schwanen, FM Dieleman, M Dijst
Journal of transport geography 9 (3), 173-186, 2001
Impact of everyday weather on individual daily travel behaviours in perspective: a literature review
L Böcker, M Dijst, J Prillwitz
Transport reviews 33 (1), 71-91, 2013
Multimodal public transport: an analysis of travel time elements and the interconnectivity ratio
S Krygsman, M Dijst, T Arentze
Transport Policy 11 (3), 265-275, 2004
E-shopping in the Netherlands: does geography matter?
S Farag, J Weltevreden, T Van Rietbergen, M Dijst, F van Oort
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 33 (1), 59-74, 2006
Mobility environments and network cities
L Bertolini, M Dijst
Journal of urban design 8 (1), 27-43, 2003
E‐Shopping and its Relationship with In‐store Shopping: Empirical Evidence from the Netherlands and the USA
S Farag, KJ Krizek, M Dijst
Transport Reviews 26 (1), 43-61, 2006
Travel-time ratios for visits to the workplace: the relationship between commuting time and work duration
T Schwanen, M Dijst
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 36 (7), 573-592, 2002
A microlevel analysis of residential context and travel time
T Schwanen, M Dijst, FM Dieleman
Environment and Planning A 34 (8), 1487-1507, 2002
A theoretical framework and methodology for characterising national urban systems on the basis of flows of people: empirical evidence for France and Germany
N Limtanakool, M Dijst, T Schwanen
Urban Studies 44 (11), 2123-2145, 2007
Travel time ratio: the key factor of spatial reach
M Dijst, V Vidakovic
Transportation 27, 179-199, 2000
Planning the compact city: the Randstad Holland experience
FM Dieleman, MJ Dijst, T Spit
European Planning Studies 7 (5), 605-621, 1999
Leisure trips of senior citizens: determinants of modal choice
T Schwanen, M Dijst, FM Dieleman
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 92 (3), 347-360, 2001
Two-earner families and their action spaces: A case study of two Dutch communities
M Dijst
GeoJournal 48 (3), 195-206, 1999
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