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Stefanie Peer

Ass.Prof. Stefanie Peer Ph.D.
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CV

since 2014
Assistant Professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business
2013-2014
Post-doc at the Vienna University of Economics and Business
2012-2014
Post-doc at the VU University Amsterdam
2008-2012
PhD Candidate at the VU University Amsterdam
2007-2008
Msc in Port, Transport & Urban Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam
2003-2007
Diploma in International Economic and Business Studies - University of Innsbruck
2003-2007
Diploma in Economics - University of Innsbruck

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Classifications

Expertise

  • Transport Economics

Activities

Position in scientific committee
  since 2018 International Transport Economics Association
Membership in scientific association
  since 2014 NECTAR (Network on European Communications and Transport Activity Research) - Website coordinator
  2014-2018 GfR (Gesellschaft für Regionalforschung) - Scientific secretary
  since 2013 International Transport Economics Association
  since 2009 Regional Science Association International (RSAI)
Reviewer for a scientific journal
  since 2018 Transport Policy
  since 2015 Sustainability
  since 2015 International Journal of Sustainable Transportation
  since 2015 Economics of Transportation
  since 2014 Travel Behaviour and Society
  since 2014 Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review
  since 2014 Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems
  since 2014 International Economic Review
  since 2013 Transportation Research Part B: Methodological
  since 2011 Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
  since 2010 Journal of Advanced Transportation
Organisation of Research Seminar
  2018 Advanced time use modeling
  2018 Advanced demand modeling for electromobility
Reviewer for an international conference
  since 2017 hEART (Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation)
  since 2016 WCTR
  since 2015 Konferenz für Verkehrsökonomik und Verkehrspolitik - Member of the scientific committee
  2015 International Symposium of Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR)
Organization scientific meeting (Conference etc.)
  2015-2018 GfR (Gesellschaft für Regionalforschung) - Organization of the annual winter seminar
Research Cooperation
  since 2018 Masaryk University (Brno)
Research and Teaching Stay
  2014 Lehraufenthalt an der Brno Masaryk University - Introduction to discrete choice theory (2-day course and tutorial)

Publications

Journal article

2019 Lehner, Stephan, Peer, Stefanie. 2019. The price elasticity of parking: A meta-analysis. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 121 177-191. (Details)
2018 Peer, Stefanie, Börjesson, Maria. 2018. Temporal framing of stated preference experiments: does it affect valuations? Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 117, 319-333. (Details)
  Soder, Michael, Peer, Stefanie. 2018. The potential role of employers in promoting sustainable mobility in rural areas: evidence from Eastern Austria. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 12, (17), 541-551. open access (Details)
2017 Kroes, Eric, Koster, Paul, Peer, Stefanie. 2017. A Practical Method to Estimate the Benefits of Improved Road Network Reliability: An Application to Departing Air Passengers. Transportation , 1-16. open access (Details)
  Link, Christoph, Peer, Stefanie. 2017. Unreliable travel times in Austria: Relevance, causes, reactions and avoidance strategies. ÖZV, 3-4, (Details)
2016 Peer, Stefanie, Knockaert, Jasper, Verhoef, Erik. 2016. Train commuters' scheduling preferences: evidence from a large-scale peak avoidance experiment. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 83, 314-333. (Details)
2015 Peer, Stefanie, Verhoef, Erik, Knockaert, Jasper, Koster, Paul, Tseng, Yin-Yen. 2015. Long-run vs. short-run perspectives on consumer scheduling: Evidence from a revealed-preference experiment among peak-hour road commuters. International Economic Review 56 (1), 303-323. (Details)
  Koster, Paul, Peer, Stefanie, Dekker, Thijs. 2015. Memory, expectation formation and scheduling choices. Economics of Transportation 4 (4): S. 256-265. (Details)
2014 Peer, Stefanie, Knockaert, Jasper, Koster, Paul, Verhoef, Erik. 2014. Over-reporting vs. overreacting: commuters' perceptions of travel times. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy and Practice 69 476-494. (Details)
2013 Peer, Stefanie, Knockaert, Jasper, Koster, Paul, Tseng, Yin-Yen, T. Verhoef, Erik. 2013. Door-to-door travel times in RP departure time choice models: An approximation method using GPS data. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological 58 134-150. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie, T. Verhoef, Erik. 2013. Equilibrium at a bottleneck when long-run and short-run scheduling preferences diverge. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological 57 12-27. (Details)
2012 Peer, Stefanie, Koopmans, Carl, Verhoef, Erik. 2012. Prediction of travel time variability for cost-benefit analysis. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy and Practice 46 79-90. (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2018 Peer, Stefanie. 2018. App-based feedback on safety to novice drivers: learning and monetary incentives. International Transport Economics Association Conference, Hong Kong, China, 27.06.-29.06. (Details)
  Adler, Martin, Peer, Stefanie, Sinozic, Tanja. 2018. ACES in public finance – Revenues and expenditures associated with autonomous-connected-electric and shared vehicles. GfR Winterseminar, Innsbruck, Austria, 17.02.-23.02. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2018. Hypothetical biases in the valuation of time: evidence from a controlled experiment. hEART, Athens, Greece, 05.09.-07.09. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2018. Monetary incentives and sustainable mobility: evidence from field experiments. Challenges and opportunities for low carbon mobility, Mannheim, Germany, 13.09.-14.09. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2018. Nachhaltige Mobilität: Gesellschaftliche Aspekte . Symposium der ÖAW "Nachhaltige Mobilität" Vienna, Austria, 28.11.-29.11. (Details)
2017 Peer, Stefanie. 2017. A combined RP and SP mode, route and destination choice modeling approach to capture the heterogeneity of mode and user type effects in Austria. International Transport Economics Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 21.6.-23.6. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie, Mürmann, Alexander. 2017. Learning from app-based feedback on driving skills: do monetary incentives matter? . hEART, Haifa, Israel, 12.09.-14.09. (Details)
  Adler, Martin, Peer, Stefanie, Sinozic, Tanja. 2017. Shared autonomous electric vehicles & public finance. Regional Economics Workshop & GfR Sommerkonferenz (WIFO), Vienna, Austria, 25.9.-26.9. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2017. Temporal framing of SP experiments: does it affect valuations? International Choice Modeling Conference, Capetown, South Africa, 03.04.-05.04. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2017. The bicycle diaries: on the persistence of cycling habits. Evidence from a university relocation. GfR Winterseminar, Spital/Phyrn, Austria, 18.02.-24.02. (Details)
2016 Peer, Stefanie. 2016. Forecasting travel time variability in public transport. International Transport Economics Conference, Santiago, Chile, 15.06.-17.06. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2016. Identification of Self-Selection Biases in Field Experiments. Advances in field experiments (AFE), Chicago, United States/USA, 15.09.-16.09. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2016. Who cycles to university? Determinants of mode choice behavior among students. European Regional Science Association, Vienna, Austria, 13.08.-15.08. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2016. Who cycles to university? Determinants of mode choice behavior among students. Geoff Hewings Regional Economics Workshop, Vienna, Austria, 3.10.-4.10. . (Details)
2015 Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Memory, expectation formation and scheduling choices. International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR), Nara, Japan, 02.08.-03.08.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Selection bias in reward experiments: evidence from a real-life peak avoidance experiment among train commuters. Young Economists Meeting (YEM), Brno, Tschechische Republik, 21.05.-21.05.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Selection bias in reward experiments: evidence from a real-life peak avoidance experiment among train commuters. International choice modeling conference (ICMC), Austin, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 10.05.-13.05.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Selection-bias in reward experiments: Evidence from a real-life peak avoidance experiment among train commuters. Konferenz für Verkehrsökonomik und Verkehrspolitik, Berlin, Deutschland, 11.06.-12.06.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Selection-bias in reward experiments: Evidence from a real-life peak avoidance experiment among train commuters. International Transport Economics Association Conference (ITEA), Oslo, Norwegen, 17.06.-19.06.. (Details)
2014 Soder, Michael, Peer, Stefanie, Havelka, Andreas, Jakits, Reinhard. 2014. EMAH: Ökomobilität in der österreichisch-ungarischen Grenzregion. WU Competence Day, Vienna, Österreich, 17.11.2015. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2014. Memory, expectation formation and scheduling choices. International Transport Economics Association Conference (ITEA), Toulouse, Frankreich, 02.06-06.06.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2014. The valuation of comfort in trains: Evidence from a real-life peak avoidance experiment. European Regional Science Association Congress (ERSA), St. Petersburg, Russische Föderation, 27.08.-29.08.. (Details)
2013 Peer, Stefanie. 2013. Peak avoidance in the train. International Transport Economics Association Conference (ITEA), Chicago, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 10.07.-12.07.. (Details)
2012 Peer, Stefanie. 2012. Equilibrium at a bottleneck when long-run and short-run scheduling preferences diverge. Kuhmo-Nectar Conference on Transportation Economics, Berlin, Deutschland, 21.06.-22.06. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2012. Long-run vs. short-run perspectives on consumer scheduling. International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies (HKSTS), Hong Kong, China, 15.12.-17.12.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2012. Overstating vs. overreacting: Commuters' perceptions of travel times. International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR), Hong Kong, China, 18.12.-19.12.. (Details)
2011 Peer, Stefanie. 2011. Door-to-door travel times in RP departure time choice models. Annual Meeting of the North American Regional Science Council, Miami, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 09.11.-12.11.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2011. Information availability during the morning commute. Nectar Conference on ‘Smart Network – Smooth Transport – Smiling People’, Antwerpen, Belgien, 18.05.-20.05.. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2011. Information Availability during the Morning Commute. BIVEC Transport Research Day, Namur, Belgien, 25.05.-25.05. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2011. Information availability during the morning commute. Kuhmo-Nectar Conference on Transportation Economics, Stockholm, Schweden, 30.06.-1.07. (Details)
2010 Peer, Stefanie. 2010. Are stated preference willingness-to-pay estimates biased?: Evidence from a reward experiment. International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR), Minneapolis, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 22.07-23.07. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2010. Incidents and the bottleneck model. World Conference on Transportation Research, Lisbon, Portugal, 11.07.-15.07.. (Details)
2009 Peer, Stefanie. 2009. Incidents and the bottleneck model. Kuhmo-Nectar Conference on Transportation Economics, Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 02.07.-03.07. (Details)
  Peer, Stefanie. 2009. The Prediction of Travel Time Variability in Cost-Benefit-Analysis. ERSA, Lodz, Polen, 25.08.-29.08.. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2015 Knockaert, Jasper, Verhoef, Erik, Peer, Stefanie. 2015. Train commuters' scheduling preferences: evidence from a large-scale peak avoidance experiment. (Details)

Research report, expert opinion

2013 Knockaert, Jasper, Peer, Stefanie, Verhoef, Erik. 2013. Spitsmijden in de Trein: Gedragseffecten. Amsterdam: VU University Amsterdam. (Details)

Dissertation

2013 Peer, Stefanie. 2013. The economics of trip scheduling, travel time variability and traffic information. Dissertation, VU University Amsterdam. (Details)

Unpublished lecture

2014 Soder, Michael, Peer, Stefanie, Havelka, Andreas, Lemmerer, Helmut, Macoun, Thomas, Shibayama, Takeru. 2014. Potenziale für Ökomobilität in der österreichisch-ungarischen Grenzregion. EMAH Projektworkshop, Eisenstadt, Amt der Landesregierung, 19.06. (Details)

Miscellaneous

2015 Chaloupka, Christine, Kölbl, Robert, Loibl, Wolfgang, Molitor, Romain, Nentwich, Michael, Peer, Stefanie, Risser, Ralf, Sammer, Gerd, Schützhofer, Bettina, Seibt, Claus. 2015. Nachhaltige Mobilität aus sozioökonomischer Perspektive. Diskussionspapier der Arbeitsgruppe "Sozioökonomische Aspekte" der ÖAW-Kommission "Nachhaltige Mobilität". ITA manu:scripts Nr. ITA-15-02, Wien:. (Details)

Projects

2018
Possibilities of consciously shaping mobility through the application of the principle of sufficiency in the Austrian context (2018-2019) (Details)
Simulating the environmental and socio-economic effects of shared autonomous electric vehicles: the case of Vienna (2018-2020) (Details)
New Mobility - High-Speed Transport Systems and Transport-Related Human Behaviour (2018-2022) (Details)
2016
Innovative Policies for Sustainable Urban Transportation (2016-2019) (Details)
2015
RELAUT: Travel time (un-)reliability in Austria: Quantity, costs & effects (2015-2016) (Details)
2012
Peak avoidance experiments for train passengers (2012-2016) (Details)
EMAH Austria-Hungary (2012-2015) (Details)
2009
Peak avoidance experiments for car drivers (2009-2013) (Details)