Assessing the effects of a mixed-mode design in a longitudinal household travel survey - Eisenmann C, Chlond B, Minster C, J ödden C, Vortisch P.

The German Mobility Panel (MOP) is a national household travel survey, which has been collecting data on travel behavior in Germany since 1994. One of the MOP's central assets is its ability to provide time-series data on travel behavior. Thus, the compara...
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