ENFORCEMENT AND REWARDING: STRATEGIES AND EFFECTS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ROAD SAFETY SYMPOSIUM IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, SEPTEMBER 19-21, 1990

Contents: Welcome, H. Engell; Opening address, B.E. Horn; Incentive programmes for promoting safer driving (Opening speech by Keynote speaker), G.H. Bower; Modifying individual road user behaviour, A.R. Hale; Reducing drinking-driving by individuals through enforcement, H.L. Ross; The modification of individual road user behaviour, R. Fuller; A behaviour change taxonomy for improving road safety, E.S. Geller and T.D. Ludwig; Speed limits, enforcement and other factors influencing speed, G. Nilsson; Selective enforcement of speeding behaviour in built-up areas, A.J. Rooijers and R.A. de Bruin; The effects of speed enforcement on individual road user behaviour and accidents, E. Ostvik and R. Elvik; Automatic policing and information systems, J.A. Rothengatter; The effects of enforcement and rewards on safety-belt use: a field study in the Netherlands, M.P. Hagenzieker; Increasing the use of seat belts through selective traffic enforcement programmes, B.A. Grant, R.J. Wilson, and C. Dussault; Corporate incentive programmes: an application of utility theories, W. Janssen; Comments on Session 1: Modifying individual road user behaviour, K. Rumar; Conclusions and recommendations by the rapporteurs of Session 1, P.E. Barjonet and M. Salusjarvi; Influencing individual and group safety values and norms, W. Schneider; Normative behaviour is unattractive if it is abnormal: relationships between norms, attitudes and traffic law, J.A. Rothengatter; Police surveillance methods and police resource allocation models, A.S. Hakkert, A. Yelinek, and E. Efrat; Police enforcement and road user behaviour, P.C. Noordzij and M.P.M. Mathijssen; Automobile advertising and traffic safety: points of conflict and integration possibilities, I. Pfafferott; Conclusions and recommendations by the rapporteurs of Session 2, E. Ostvik and B. Grant; Incentives for corporate and political behavior, B.J. Campbell; Evaluation of a stimulation plan for municipalities in the Netherlands, F.C.M. Wegman, J.A. van Selm, and M. Herweyer; The behaviour of public bodies and the delivery of road safety, E. Hauer; Road safety legislation - persuasion as an alternative to enforcement, P.D. Joslin; Rewarding in insurance: return of part of premium after a claim-free period, T. Vaaje; Issues that remain: Commentary on Session 3, G.J. Wilde; Closing speech, G. Aurbach. Papers in a foreign language are not listed above.

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  • English

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  • Features: Figures; Photos; References; Tables;
  • Pagination: 168 p.

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 00626649
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  • ISBN: 9090043217
  • Report/Paper Numbers: HS-041 312
  • Files: HSL, TRIS, ATRI, USDOT
  • Created Date: Jan 25 1993 12:00AM