Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)

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Dr Chiara Calastri

Research Fellow

Phone:
Room: 2.14
Email: C.Calastri@leeds.ac.uk_
Research Group: Choice Modelling

Education

PhD in Transport Studies (Choice Modelling), Institute for Transport Studies & Choice Modelling Centre, University of Leeds, 2017. 

MSc in Economics (2 year programme), Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and University of Pisa (Italy), 2013 (hons).

BSc in Economics, University of Pisa (Italy), 2010.

Erasmus Programme, Durham University (UK), 2010.

 

Key research interests:

- Discrete choice modelling

- Multiple-discrete continuous choice behaviour

- Social network choices and social influence

October-December 2016 and 2017: Teaching Assistant (Statistics Tutor) for the TRAN5032 MSc module “Transport Data Collection and Analysis”, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

July 2016 and 2017: Teaching Assistant for the CPD “Advanced Choice Modelling” course organised by the Choice Modelling Centre (University of Leeds), held in London.

January 2016 and 2017: Teaching Assistant for the TRAN5282 MSc module “Discrete Choice Modelling and Stated Choice Survey Design”, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

November 2015, 2016 and 2017: Teaching Assistant for the CPD “Choice Modelling and Survey Design” course organised by the Choice Modelling Centre (University of Leeds) and the University of Sydney, held in London.

March and May 2015: Teaching Assistant for the LUBS2570 undergraduate module “Introduction to Econometrics”, Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds

Papers

Internet Publications

  • Calastri C; Borghesi S; Fagiolo G (2014) How Do People Choose Their Commuting Mode? An Evolutionary Approach to Transport Choices, .

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