Erik Elldér
Erik Elldér
Associate Professor, Human Geography, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
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Telework and daily travel: New evidence from Sweden
E Elldér
Journal of Transport Geography 86, 102777, 2020
Residential location and daily travel distances: The influence of trip purpose
E Elldér
Journal of Transport Geography 34, 121-130, 2014
Who is eligible for telework? Exploring the fast-growing acceptance of and ability to telework in Sweden, 2005–2006 to 2011–2014
E Elldér
Social Sciences 8 (7), 200, 2019
Where does time spent on the Internet come from? Tracing the influence of information and communications technology use on daily activities
B Vilhelmson, E Thulin, E Elldér
Information, Communication & Society 20 (2), 250-263, 2017
Does telework weaken urban structure–travel relationships?
E Elldér
Journal of Transport and Land Use 10 (1), 187-210, 2017
What did we do when the Internet wasn’t around? Variation in free-time activities among three young-adult cohorts from 1990/1991, 2000/2001, and 2010/2011
B Vilhelmson, E Elldér, E Thulin
New Media & Society 20 (8), 2898-2916, 2018
When local access matters: A detailed analysis of place, neighbourhood amenities and travel choice
E Elldér, K Haugen, B Vilhelmson
Urban Studies 59 (1), 120-139, 2022
Self‐selection and host country context in the economic assimilation of political refugees in the United States, Sweden, and Israel
DP Birgier, C Lundh, Y Haberfeld, E Elldér
International Migration Review, 2016
Learning benefits of using 2D versus 3D maps: Evidence from a randomized controlled experiment
T Niedomysl, E Elldér, A Larsson, M Thelin, B Jansund
Journal of Geography 112 (3), 87-96, 2013
Selectivity and internal migration: a study of refugees' dispersal policy in Sweden
Y Haberfeld, DP Birgier, C Lundh, E Elldér
Frontiers in Sociology 4, 66, 2019
Proximity changes to what and for whom? Investigating sustainable accessibility change in the Gothenburg city region 1990–2014
E Elldér, A Larsson, AG Solá, B Vilhelmson
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 12 (4), 271-285, 2018
Commuting choices and residential built environments in Sweden, 1990–2010: a multilevel analysis
E Ellder
Urban Geography 35 (5), 715-734, 2014
What kind of compact development makes people drive less? The “Ds of the built environment” versus neighborhood amenities
E Elldér
Journal of Planning Education and Research 40 (4), 432-446, 2020
Public transport accessibility tools matter: A case study of Gothenburg, Sweden
C Curtis, E Ellder, J Scheurer
Case Studies on Transport Policy 7 (1), 96-107, 2019
Is ageing becoming more active? Exploring cohort-wise changes in everyday time use among the older population in Sweden
B Vilhelmson, E Thulin, E Elldér
European Journal of Ageing 19 (3), 447-461, 2022
Featured graphic. Spatial inequality and workplace accessibility: the case of a major hospital in Göteborg, Sweden
E Erik, AG Solá, A Larsson
Environment and Planning A 44 (10), 2295-2297, 2012
Exploring the potential for sustainable accessibility across settlement types. A Swedish case
A Larsson, E Elldér, E Vafeiadis, C Curtis, A Steiner
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 107, 103297, 2022
Are bicycle streets cyclist-friendly? Micro-environmental factors for improving perceived safety when cycling in mixed traffic
SR Olsson, E Elldér
Accident Analysis & Prevention 184, 107007, 2023
Geografisk tillgänglighet
A Larsson, E Elldér, B Vilhelmson
University of Gothenburg, 2014
Realizing proximity in times of deregulation and densification: Evaluating urban change from a welfare regime perspective
B Vilhelmson, E Elldér
Journal of Transport geography 94, 103098, 2021
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