Papers

Social Interaction

Farber, S., Neutens, T., Carrasco, J.A. and C. Rojas (2014). The Spatial Distribution of Face-to-face Social Interactions. Environment and Planning B, 41, 960-976.

Farber, S. & Li, X. (2013). Urban sprawl and social interaction potential: an empirical analysis of large metropolitan regions in the United States. Journal of Transport Geography, 31, 267-277.

Neutens, T., Farber, S., Delafontaine, M., Boussauw, K. (2013). Spatial Variation in the Potential for Social Interaction: A Case Study in Flanders (Belgium). Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 41, 318-331.

Farber, S., Neutens, T., Miller, H. J., Li, X. (2013). Social Interaction Potential of Metropolitan Regions: a Time-Geographic Measurement Approach Using Joint Accessibility. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(3), 483-504.

Farber, S., Páez, A., Morency, C. (2012). Activity Spaces and the Measurement of Clustering: A Case Study of Cross-linguistic Exposure in Montreal. Environment and Planning A, 44(2), 315-332.

Farber, S., & Páez A. (2011). Mobility without accessibility: the case of car use and discretionary activities. In K. Lucas, E. Blumenberg, & R. Weinberger (Eds.), Auto Motives? Understanding our car use behaviour. Emerald Group.

Farber, S., & Páez A. (2011). Running to stay in place: the time-use implications of automobile oriented land-use and travel. Journal of Transport Geography, 19(4), 782-793.

Farber, S., & Páez A. (2009). My car, my friends, and me: An exploratory analysis of automobility and social activities. Journal of Transportation Geography, 17(3), 216-225.

Social Exclusion

Farber, S., Bartholomew, K., Li, X., Páez, A. and K.M. Nurul Habib. Assessing social equity in distance based transit fares using a model of travel behavior. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 67, 291-303.

Mercado, R.G., Páez, A., Farber, S., Roorda, M., & Morency, C. (2012). Explaining transport mode use of low-income persons for journey to work in urban areas: a case study of Ontario and Quebec. Transportmetrica, 8(3), 157-180.

Páez, A., & Farber, S. (2010). Participation and desire: leisure activities among Canadian adults with disabilities. Transportation, 39 (6), 1055-1078.

Farber, S., & Páez, A. (2010). Employment status and commute distance of Canadians with disabilities. Transportation,37 (6), 931-952.

Morency, C., Páez, A., Roorda, M., Mercado, R.G., & Farber, S.  (2010). Distance Traveled in Three Canadian Cities: Spatial Analysis from the Perspective of Vulnerable Population Segments. Journal of Transport Geography, 19(1), 31-50.

Roorda, M., Páez, A., Morency, C., Mercado, R.G., & Farber, S. (2010). Trip generation of vulnerable populations in three Canadian cities: a spatial ordered probit approach. Transportation, 37(3), 525-548.

Accessibility

Patterson, Z. and S. Farber. (2015) Potential Path Areas and Activity Spaces in Application: A Review. Transport Reviews. (Accepted)

Widener, M.J., Farber, S., Neutens, T. and M.W. Horner. (2015). Spatiotemporal accessibility to supermarkets using public transit: an interaction potential approach in Cincinnati, Ohio. Journal of Transport Geography, 42, 72-83.

Farber, S., Morang, M. and M.J. Widener. (2014). Temporal Variability in Transit-Based Accessibility to Supermarkets. Journal of Applied Geography, 53, 149-159.

Henry, K.A., Sherman, R., Farber, S., Cockburn, M., Goldberg., Stroup, A.M. (2013). The joint effects of census tract poverty and geographic access on late-stage breast cancer diagnosis in ten US States. Health & Place, 21, 110-127.

Widener, M.J., Farber, S., Neutens, T. & Horner, M.W. (2013). Using Urban Commuting Data to Calculate a Spatiotemporal Accessibility Measure for Food Environment Studies. Health & Place, 21, 1-9.

Páez, A., Farber, S., Mercado, R.G., Roorda, M. & Morency, C. (2013). Jobs and the Single Parent: An Analysis of Accessibility to employment in Toronto. Urban Geography, 34(6), 815-842.

Páez, A., Mercado, R.G., Farber, S., Morency, C., & Roorda, M. (2010). Accessibility to health care facilities in Montreal Island: An application of relative accessibility indicators from the perspective of senior and non-senior residents. International Journal of Health Geographics, 9(52).

Farber, S., & Páez, A., Mercado, R.G., Roorda, M., & Morency, C. (2010). A time-use investigation of shopping participation in three Canadian cities: Is there evidence of social exclusion? Transportation, 38(1), 17-44.

Páez, A., Mercado, R.G., Farber, S., Morency, C., & Roorda, M. (2010). Relative accessibility deprivation indicators for urban settings: Definitions and application to food deserts in Montreal. Urban Studies, 47(7), 1415-1438.

Spatial Econometric Methods

Farber, S., Ruiz, M. and A. Páez. (2015). Testing for Spatial Independence Using Similarity Relations. Geographical Analysis, 47, 97-120.

Páez, A., Farber, S., Wheeler, D. (2011). A simulation-based study of geographically weighted regression as a method for investigating spatially varying relationships. Environment and Planning A, 43(12), 2992-3010.

Farber, S., Páez, A., & Volz, E. (2009). Topology, dependency tests and estimation bias in network autoregressive models. In A. Páez, J. Le Gallo, R. Buliung, & S. Dall’Erba (Eds.), Advances in Spatial Sciences. Springer-Verlag.

Farber, S., Páez, A., & Volz, E. (2009). Topology and dependency tests in spatial and network autoregressive models. Geographical Analysis, 41(2), 158-180.

Farber, S., & Páez, A. (2007). A systematic investigation of cross-validation in GWR model estimation: Empirical analysis and Monte Carlo simulations. Journal of Geographical Systems, 9(4), 371-396.

Hedonic House Price Modeling

Páez, A., Long, F., & Farber, S. (2008). Moving window approaches for hedonic price estimation: An empirical comparison of modeling techniques. Urban Studies, 45(8), 1565-1581.

Farber, S., & Yeates, M. (2006). A comparison of localized regression models in an hedonic house price context. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 29(3), 405-420.

Yeates, M., & Farber, S. (2006). Do malls affect property values? A GWR/GIS analysis. International Journal of Management Cases, 8(3), 5-20.

Smart Growth

Liao, H. and S. Farber. (2015). Compact Development and Preference Heterogeneity in Residential Location Choice Behavior: A Latent Class Analysis. Urban Studies, 52(2), 314-337.

Farber, S., Maoh, H., & Kanaroglou, P.K. (2009). The Impacts of Urban Growth Policies on Transportation System Usage and Performance: A Simulation Approach. Canadian Journal of Transportation, 3(1).