Phone: +46 (0)8 55 57 7036
Address: Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Teknikringen 10, Box 55685, 102 15 Stockholm, Sweden
I have a position as research assistant at VTI since spring 2007. I took my master degree in Economics specilalized in econometrics at Stockholm University and have also taken a few courses at PhD-level in econometrics. The focus of my daily work is on empirical studies in the field of Transport Economics, involving a large spectra from traffic safety via noise valuation to attitudes to congestion charges. On maternity leave from may 2010 until february/march 2011.
Eliasson, J., Jonsson, L., (2011). The unexpected yes!: Explanatory factors behind the positive attitudes to congestion charges in Stockholm, Transport Policy 18: 636-647.
Andersson, H., Jonsson, L., Ögren, M., (2010). Property Prices and Exposure to Multiple Noise Sources: Hedonic Regression with Road and Railway Noise, Environmental and Resource Economics 45(1)
Brundell-Freij, K., Jonsson, L., (2009). Accepting charging - a matter of trusting the effects?, Proceedings of the European Transport Conference, Leiden, Netherlands
Eliasson, J., Jonsson, L., (2009). The unexpected "yes!": Explanatory factors behind the positive attitudes to congestion charges in Stockholm, Proceeding of European Transport Conference, 2009, Leiden, Netherlands
Jonsson, L., Lindberg, G., (2009). Accident externality and vehicle size - evidence from Swedish collision accidents, Proceeding of the European Transport Conference, Leiden, Netherlands
Jonsson, L., (2009). Ansvarsnivåer för kollektivtrafik. Bilaga 8 till En ny kollektivtrafiklag (SOU 2009:3)