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ISEG  >  Economia  >  PATRICIA SOFIA COELHO DE MELO

Publications

    Refereed Journal Papers

    J01.

    de Abreu e Silva, J. and Melo, P.C. 2018. Does Home-Based Telework reduce Household Total Travel? A Path Analysis using single and two worker British Households. Journal of Transport Geography ( accepted)

    J02.

    de Abreu e Silva, J. and Melo, P.C. 2018. Home telework, travel behaviour, and land use patterns: A path analysis of British single-worker households. Journal of Transport and Land Use Vol.11, No 1, pp. 419-441

    J03.

    Colen, L., Melo, P.C., Abdul-Salam, Y. Roberts, D., Mary, S., Gomez Y Paloma, S. 2018. Income elasticities for food, calories and nutrients across Africa: A meta-analysis Food Policy Vol.77, pp.116-132

    J04.

    Melo, P.C. and Graham, D.J. 2018. Transport-Induced Agglomeration Effects: Evidence for US Metropolitan Areas. Regional Science, Policy and Practice Vol. 10, pp.37-47

    J05.

    Melo, P.C., Ge, J., Craig, T., Brewer, M., Thronicker, I. 2018. Does work-life balance affect pro-environmental behaviour? Evidence for the UK using longitudinal microdata. Ecological Economics Vol. 145, pp. 170-181

    J06.

    Melo, P.C. and de Abreu e Silva, J. 2017. The impact of home telework on household and intra-household commuting in Great Britain. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice Vol. 103, pp. 1-24

    J07.

    de Abreu e Silva, J. and Melo, P.C. 2017. The effects of home-based telework on household total travel: A path analysis approach of British households. Transportation Research Procedia 27, pp. 832-840

    J08.

    Ivanova, D., Vita, R.G., Stadler, K., Steen-Olsen, K., Melo, P.C., Wood, R., Hertwich, E. 2017. Mapping the carbon footprint of EU regions. Environmental Research Letters Vol. 12, No.5

    J09.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., Levinson, D. and Aarabi, S. 2017. Agglomeration, Accessibility, and Productivity: Evidence for Large Metropolitan Areas in the US. Urban Studies Vol. 54(1), pp. 179-195

    J10.

    Melo, P.C. 2017. People, Places and Earnings Differentials in Scotland. Regional Studies Vol. 51(1), pp. 389-403

    J11.

    Mohammad, S.I., Graham, D.J, and Melo, P.C. 2017. The Effect of the Dubai Metro on the Value of Residential and Commercial Properties. Journal of Transport and Land Use Vol.10 No.1, pp. 263-290

    J12.

    Melo, P.C. 2016 Driving Down Road Transport CO 2 Emissions in Scotland. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation Vol.10(10), pp. 906-116

    J13.

    Melo, P.C., Copus, A. and Coombes, M. 2016.Modelling Small Area At-Risk-of-Poverty Rates for the UK using the World Bank Methodology and the EU-SILC. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy Vol.9(1), pp. 97-117

    J14.

    Copus, A., Melo, P.C., Kaup, S., Tagai, G., and Artelaris, P. 2015. Regional Poverty Mapping in Europe - Challenges, Advances, Benefits and Limitations. Local Economy Vol.30(7), pp. 742-764

    J15.

    Canavan, S., Graham, D.J., Melo, P.C., Anderson, R.J., Barron, A., and Cohen, J.M. 2015. The Impacts of Moving Block Signalling on Technical Efficiency: An Application of Propensity Score Matching on Urban Metro Rail Systems. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2534, pp. 68-74

    J16.

    Melo, P.C. and Ramli, A.R. 2014. Estimating Fuel Demand Elasticities to Evaluate CO 2 Emissions: Panel Data Evidence for the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice Vol.67, pp. 30-46

    J17.

    Melo, P.C., and Graham, D.J. 2014. Testing for Labour Pooling as a Source of Agglomeration Economies: Evidence for Labour Markets in England and Wales. Papers in Regional Science Vol.93(1), pp. 31-52

    J18.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., and Brage-Ardao, R. 2013. The productivity of transport infrastructure investment: A meta-analysis of empirical evidence. Regional Science and Urban Economics Vol.43, pp. 695-706

    J19.

    Mohammad, S. I., Graham, D.J., Melo, P.C., Anderson, R.J.2013. A Meta-Analysis of the Impact of Rail Projects on Land and Property Values. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice Vol.50, pp. 158-170

    J20.

    Barron, A., Melo, P.C., Cohen, J.M., and Anderson, R.J. 2013. Passenger-Focused Management Approach to Measurement of Train Delay Impacts. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2351, pp. 46-53

    J21.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., and Canavan, S. 2012. Effects of Road Investments on Productivity and Induced Travel Demand: Evidence for Urbanized Areas in the United States. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2297, pp. 163-171

    J22.

    Molloy, J., Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., Majumdar, A., and Ochieng, W. 2012. The Role of Air Travel Demand Elasticities in Reducing Aviation's CO 2 Emissions: Evidence for European Airlines. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2300, pp.31-41

    J23.

    Le Néchet, F., Melo, P.C., and Graham, D.J. 2012. The Role of Transport Induced Agglomeration Effects on Firm Productivity in Mega-City regions: Evidence for Bassin Parisien. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2307, pp. 21-30

    J24.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., and Noland, R.B. 2012. The Effect of Labour Market Spatial Structure on Commuting in England and Wales. Journal of Economic Geography Vol.12(3), pp. 717-737

    J25.

    Graham, D.J., and Melo, P.C. 2011. Evidence on the Assessment of Wider Economic Impacts of High-Speed Rail for Great Britain. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No, 2261 pp.15-24

    J26.

    Melo, P.C., Harris, N.G., Graham, D.J., Anderson, R.J., Barron, A. 2011. Determinants of Delay Incident Performance of Urban Metros. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2216, pp. 10-18

    J27.

    Graham, D.J., Melo, P.C., Jiwattanakulpaisarn, P., and Noland, R.B. 2010. Testing for Causality between Productivity and Agglomeration Economies. Journal of Regional Science Vol.50(5), pp. 935-951

    J28.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., and Noland, R.B. 2010. Impact of Transport Infrastructure on Firm Formation: Evidence from the Portuguese Municipalities. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board No 2163, pp. 133-143

    J29.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J., and Noland, R.B. 2009. A Meta-Analysis of Estimates of Urban Agglomeration Economies. Regional Science and Urban Economics Vol.39, pp. 332-342

    Book Chapters

    B01.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J. and Noland, R.B. (2013) A Meta-Analysis of Estimates of Urban Agglomeration Economies, In: McCann, Philip (ed) New Developments in Spatial Economics and Economic Geography, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Chapter 23

    B02.

    Melo, P.C., Graham, D.J. and Noland, R.B.  (2012) A Meta-Analysis of Estimates of Urban Agglomeration Economies, In: Mulley, Corinne (ed) Urban Form and Transport Accessibility, Volume 3 of Classics in Transport and Environmental Valuation Series, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Chapter 24

    Published Working Papers

    W01.

    Gavves, E., Melo, P.C., and Graham, D.J. 2013. Fuel Demand and Road Transport CO 2 Emissions: Evidence for the Greater Porto Region. Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Available at: http://www.wctrs.leeds.ac.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/abstracts/rio/general/1093.pdf

    W02.

    Melo, P.C., and Graham, D.J. 2009. Agglomeration Economies and Labour Productivity: Evidence from Longitudinal Worker Data for GB's Travel-to-Work Areas. Discussion Paper Nr.31, Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC), London School of Economics (LSE)