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Vincent van den Berg

Research Fellow

University
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Researchgroup
Spatial Economics
Interests
public economics, regional and urban economics, spatial economics, transport economics

List of publications

Xinying Fu and van den Berg, Vincent A.C. and Verhoef, Erik T.. 2018. Private road supply in networks with heterogeneous users. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 118, 430--443, 0965-8564

Xinying Fu and van den Berg, Vincent A.C. and Verhoef, Erik T.. 2018. Private road networks with uncertain demand. Research in Transportation Economics, 0739-8859

van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2016. Autonomous cars and dynamic bottleneck congestion: The effects on capacity, value of time and preference heterogeneity. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 94, 43--60, 0191-2615

A.I. Czerny and van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2016. Carrier Collaboration With Endogenous Fleets and Load Factors When Networks are Complementary. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 94, 285--297, 0191-2615

M. Kouwenhoven and de Jong, G. and P.R. Koster and van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef and J. Bates and P. Warffemius. 2014. New values of time and reliability in passenger transport in the Netherlands. Research in Transportation Economics, 47, 37--49, 0739-8859

van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2014. Coarse tolling under heterogeneous preference. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 64, 1--23, 0191-2615

van der Weijde, A.H. and E.T. Verhoef and van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2014. Hotelling Models with Price-Sensitive Demand and Asymmetric Transport Costs: An Application to Public Transport Scheduling.. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 48, 261--277, 0022-5258

Silva Montalva, H.E. and E.T. Verhoef and van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2014. Airlines' strategic interactions and airport pricing in a dynamic bottleneck model of congestion. Journal of Urban Economics, 80, 13--27, 0094-1190

Silva Montalva, H.E. and E.T. Verhoef and van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2014. Airline route structure competition and network policy. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 67, 320--343, 0191-2615

van der Weijde, A.H. and E.T. Verhoef and van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2013. Competition in multi-modal transport networks: A dynamic approach. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 53, 31--44, 0191-2615

van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2013. Serial private infrastructures. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 56, 186--202, 0191-2615

van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2012. Step-tolling with price-sensitive demand: Why more steps in the toll make the consumer better off. Transportation Research. Part A: Policy \& Practice, 46, 1608--1622, 0965-8564

C.R. Lindsey and van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2012. Step tolling with bottleneck queuing congestion. Journal of Urban Economics, 72, 46--59, 0094-1190

van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2012. Is the travel time of private roads too short, too long, or just right?. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 46, 971--983, 0191-2615

van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2011. Winning or losing from dynamic bottleneck congestion pricing? The distributional effects of road pricing with heterogeneity in values of time and schedule delay. Journal of Public Economics, 95, 983--992, 0047-2727

van den Berg, V.A.C. and E.T. Verhoef. 2011. Congestion tolling in the bottleneck model with heterogeneous values of time. Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 45, 60--78, 0191-2615

L. Groot and van den Berg, V.A.C.. 2009. Inequality in military expenditures and the Samuelson rule. Defence and Peace Economics, 20, 43--67, 1024-2694