The EJTIR policy is to be very hesitant in accepting publications of empirical contributions that apply the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) or the technology acceptance model (TAM) (or sending them out for review). Only when the contribution extends beyond the typical contribution of applying the theory to a novel behaviour or technology or context, will they be considered for publication.Read more about Note on the use of social-psychological theories in (travel behavior) research
Warm welcome to Prof. Patricia Mokhtarian (Georgia Institute of Technology), Prof. Eleni Vlahogianni (National Technical University of Athens) and Dr. Prateek Bansal (National University of Singapore) for joining our Editorial Board! The new members will support the broadening scope, contributions and readership of the journal. Welcome on-board!Read more about New Editorial Board members
The spread of the virus is facilitated by mobility and mobility is affected by the circumstances related to combating the pandemic. It is thus crucial to develop theories, methods and models to better understand the underlying relations between the social and economic dimensions of mobility and logistics on one hand and the spread of the virus on the other hand. Such advancement can contribute to the development of more resilient mobility and logistics systems.
This special call for papers aims to advance our knowledge on the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on transport and vice-versa, i.e. the impacts of transport on the coronavirus pandemic. The call welcomes methodological and theoretical developments as well as advanced applications and empirical analysis related to the call topic.Read more about Special call for papers: Mobility and Logistics in the Era of the Coronavirus Pandemic