David R Keith
David R Keith
Assistant Professor, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Charging choices and fuel displacement in a large-scale demonstration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
S Zoepf, D MacKenzie, D Keith, W Chernicoff
Transportation research record 2385 (1), 1-10, 2013
User decision-making and technology choices in the US carsharing market
SM Zoepf, DR Keith
Transport Policy 51, 150-157, 2016
Analysis of supply-push strategies governing the transition to biofuel vehicles in a market-oriented renewable energy system
E Shafiei, B Davidsdottir, J Leaver, H Stefansson, EI Asgeirsson, DR Keith
Energy 94, 409-421, 2016
Essays on the dynamics of alternative fuel vehicle adoption: insights from the market for hybrid-electric vehicles in the United States
DR Keith
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012
On the road toward 2050: Potential for substantial reductions in light-duty vehicle energy use and greenhouse gas emissions
J Heywood, D MacKenzie, IB Akerlind, P Bastani, I Berry, K Bhatt, A Chao, ...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
Modeling the charging choices of battery electric vehicle drivers by using stated preference data
Y Wen, D MacKenzie, DR Keith
Transportation Research Record 2572 (1), 47-55, 2016
Parameter and confidence interval estimation in dynamic models: maximum likelihood and bootstrapping methods
J Struben, J Sterman, D Keith
Analytical Handbook for Dynamic Modelers, 2015
An action plan for cars: the policies needed to reduce US petroleum consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
JB Heywood
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009
Vehicle fleet turnover and the future of fuel economy
DR Keith, S Houston, S Naumov
Environmental Research Letters 14 (2), 021001, 2019
Driving the Future: A Management Flight Simulator of the US Automobile Market
DR Keith, S Naumov, J Sterman
Simulation & Gaming 48 (6), 735-769, 2017
Supply constraints and waitlists in new product diffusion
DR Keith, JD Sterman, J Struben
System Dynamics Review 33 (3-4), 254-279, 2017
Understanding spatiotemporal patterns of hybrid-electric vehicle adoption in the United States
D Keith, J Sterman, J Struben
Transportation Research Board 91st Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2012
Gas anxiety and the charging choices of plug-in hybrid electric vehicle drivers
Y Ge, D MacKenzie, DR Keith
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 64, 111-121, 2018
Modeling charging choices of BEV owners using stated preference data
Y Wen, D MacKenzie, D Keith
Proceedings of the EVS28 International Electric Vehicle Symposium and …, 2015
On the Road toward 2050: Potential for substantial reductions in light-duty vehicle energy use and greenhouse gas emissions
IB Akerlind, P Bastani, I Berry, K Bhatt, A Chao, E Chow, V Karplus, ...
Heywood, J., MacKenzie, D., Eds, 2015
Unintended Consequences of Automated Vehicles and Pooling for Urban Transportation Systems
S Naumov, DR Keith, CH Fine
Production and Operations Management 29 (5), 1354-1371, 2020
Association of Media Coverage of Transgender and Gender Diverse Issues With Rates of Referral of Transgender Children and Adolescents to Specialist Gender Clinics in the UK and …
KC Pang, NM de Graaf, D Chew, M Hoq, DR Keith, P Carmichael, ...
JAMA Network Open 3 (7), e2011161-e2011161, 2020
The diffusion of alternative fuel vehicles: A generalized model and future research Agenda
DR Keith, JJR Struben, S Naumov
Journal of Simulation, 1-18, 2020
Hailing Rides Using On-Demand Mobility Platforms: What Motivates Consumers to Choose Pooling?
S Naumov, DR Keith
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 19670, 2019
Are On-Demand Platforms Winner-Take-All Markets?
DR Keith, H Rahmandad
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 17356, 2019
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