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
592013
User decision-making and technology choices in the US carsharing market
SM Zoepf, DR Keith
Transport Policy 51, 150-157, 2016
572016
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
362016
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
362012
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
342015
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
242016
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
18*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
152009
Vehicle fleet turnover and the future of fuel economy
DR Keith, S Houston, S Naumov
Environmental Research Letters 14 (2), 021001, 2019
112019
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
112017
Supply constraints and waitlists in new product diffusion
DR Keith, JD Sterman, J Struben
System Dynamics Review 33 (3-4), 254-279, 2017
112017
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
112012
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
92018
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
62015
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
42015
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
32020
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
22020
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
22020
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
12019
Are On-Demand Platforms Winner-Take-All Markets?
DR Keith, H Rahmandad
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 17356, 2019
12019
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