Research Expertise: Spatial Interaction Behavior | Geographic Information Systems
Tony's primary area of research is in the theory and application of probabilistic models to spatial interaction behavior. Specific interests focus on structural analysis and axiomatic foundations of such models. Related areas of interest are in probabilistic theories of choice behavior, spatial statistical analysis and GIS. A secondary area of research is in transportation and land use modeling. Specific interests focus on network equilibrium models of traffic flows and general equilibrium models of urban land use.
PhD - University of Pennsylvania
- Improved retransplant outcomes: early evidence of the share35 impact, Brooks, J.T. | Koizumi, N. | Neglia, E. | Gdoura, B. | Wong, T.W. | Kwon, C. | Smith, T.E. | Ortiz, J., HPB, 2018
- Increased alcohol use after Hurricane Ike: The roles of perceived social cohesion and social control, Ma, C. | Smith, T.E., Social Science and Medicine, 2017
- Discrete choice model of food store trips using national household food acquisition and purchase survey (FoodAPS), Hillier, A. | Smith, T.E. | Whiteman, E.D. | Chrisinger, B.W., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017
- A note on a recent paper by Dagsvik on IIA and random utilities, Lindberg, P.O. | Smith, T.E., Theory and Decision, 2017
- The impact of hospital closures and hospital and population characteristics on increasing emergency department volume: A geographic analysis, Lee, D.C. | Carr, B.G. | Smith, T.E. | Tran, V.C. | Polsky, D. | Branas, C.C., Population Health Management, 2015