Fred Mannering
Associate Dean for Research, College of Engineering
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33620
Email Fred Mannering


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Spring 2017 Teaching: CGN6933.901 - Statistical and Econometric Methods II
Fall 2016 Teaching: CGN6933.010 - Statistical and Econometric Methods
Spring 2015 Teaching: QUT Transport Data Course
Resources: Text Website For: Washington, S., Karlaftis, M., Mannering, F., 2011. Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis. Chapman and Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL

Background
Fred Mannering is currently the Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering and a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering (with a courtesy appointment in Economics) at the University of South Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Saskatchewan, masters from Purdue University, and doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests are in the application of econometric and statistical methods to a variety of engineering problems, highway safety, transportation economics, automobile demand, and travel behavior. He has published extensively in these fields with over 130 journal articles and has coauthored two books: Principles of highway engineering and traffic analysis (Amazon) (now in its sixth edition) and Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis (Amazon) (now in its second edition). Dr. Mannering is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Elsevier Science journal Analytic Methods in Accident Research (whose current Scopus CiteScore places it as the #1 journal in both Transportation and Safety Research subject areas) and previous Editor-in-Chief (2003-2012) and current Associate Editor for Transportation Research Part B - Methodological, also an Elsevier Science journal. He is also an Associate Director of the TOMNET University Transportation Center.

Examples of Media Coverage: | Good Morning America interview | Purdue Teaching Award | New York Times article | Elsevier Editor interview |

Citations of Published Work: | Google Scholar Citations | Published work has been cited over 14,500 times with an h-index = 59.
| Scopus | Published work has been cited over 6,000 times from an author search in Scopus with an h-index = 42 (with an additional 1,000+ citations from books).
| ISI Web of Knowledge | Published work has been cited over 5,000 times in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science (Institute for Scientific Information Web of Knowledge, see http://isiknowledge.com, All Databases search, an average of over 40 citations per paper) with an h-index = 38. Web of Science Essential Science Indicators: 5 papers recognized with citations that place them in the top 1% of all papers published in their academic field.


Some Recent Publications Available from ScienceDirect and other online sources (see resume for complete publication listing):

Behnood, A., Mannering, F., 2017. The effect of passengers on driver-injury severities in single-vehicle crashes: A random parameters heterogeneity-in-means approach. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 14, 41-53. [PDF]

Mannering, F., Shankar, V., Bhat, C., 2016. Unobserved heterogeneity and the statistical analysis of highway accident data. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 11, 1-16. [PDF]

Abay, K., Mannering, F., 2016. An empirical analysis of risk-taking in car driving and other aspects of life. Accident Analysis and Prevention 97, 57-68. [PDF]

Anastasopoulos, P., Mannering, F., 2016. The effect of speed limits on driversí choice of speed: A random parameters seemingly unrelated equations approach. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 10, 1-11. [PDF]

Faust, K., Mannering, F., Abraham, D., 2016. Statistical analysis of public perceptions of water infrastructure sustainability in shrinking cities. Urban Water Journal 13(6), 618-628. [PDF]

Behnood, A., Mannering, F., 2016. An empirical assessment of the effects of economic recessions on pedestrian-injury crashes using mixed and latent-class models. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 12, 1-17. [PDF]

Behnood, A., Mannering, F., 2015. The temporal stability of factors affecting driver-injury severities in single-vehicle crashes: Some empirical evidence. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 8, 7-32. [PDF]

Xiong, Y., Tobias, J. Mannering, F., 2014. The analysis of vehicle crash injury-severity data: A Markov switching approach with road-segment heterogeneity. Transportation Research Part B 67, 109-128. [PDF]

Mannering, F., Bhat, C., 2014. Analytic methods in accident research: Methodological frontier and future directions. Analytic Methods in Accident Research 1, 1-22. [PDF]

Winston, C., Mannering, F., 2014. Implementing technology to improve public highway performance: A leapfrog technology from the private sector is going to be necessary. Economics of Transportation 3, 158-165. [PDF]

Xiong, Y., Mannering, F., 2013. The heterogeneous effects of guardian supervision on adolescent driver-injury severities: A finite-mixture random-parameters approach. Transportation Research Part B 49, 39-54. [PDF]

Wu, Z., Sharma, A., Mannering, F., Wang, S., 2013. Safety impacts of signal-warning flashers and speed control at high-speed signalized intersections. Accident Analysis and Prevention 54, 90-98. [PDF]

Anastasopoulos, P., Mannering, F., Shankar, V., Haddock, J., 2012. A study of factors affecting highway accident rates using the random-parameters tobit model. Accident Analysis and Prevention 45(1), 628-633. [PDF]

Savolainen, P., Mannering, F., Lord, D., Quddus, M., 2011. The statistical analysis of crash-injury severities: A review and assessment of methodological alternatives. Accident Analysis and Prevention 43(5), 1666-1676. [PDF]

Morgan, A., Mannering, F., 2011. The effects of road-surface conditions, age, and gender on driver-injury severities. Accident Analysis and Prevention 43(5), 1852-1863. [PDF]

Anastasopoulos, P., Mannering, F., 2011. An empirical assessment of fixed and random parameter logit models using crash- and non-crash-specific injury data. Accident Analysis and Prevention 43(3), 1140-1147. [PDF]

Lord, D., Mannering, F., 2010. The statistical analysis of crash-frequency data: A review and assessment of methodological alternatives. Transportation Research Part A 44(5), 291-305. [PDF]

Malyshkina, N., Mannering, F., 2010. Empirical assessment of the impact of highway design exceptions on the frequency and severity of vehicle accidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention 42(1), 131-139. [PDF]

Malyshkina, N., Mannering, F., 2010. Zero-state Markov switching count-data models: An empirical assessment. Accident Analysis and Prevention 42(1), 122-130. [PDF]

Malyshkina, N., Mannering, F., 2009. Markov switching multinomial logit model: An application to accident-injury severities. Accident Analysis and Prevention 41(4), 829-838. [PDF]

Malyshkina, N., Mannering, F., Tarko, A., 2009. Markov switching negative binomial models: An application to vehicle accident frequencies. Accident Analysis and Prevention 41(2), 217-226. [PDF]

Anastasopoulos, P., Mannering, F., 2009. A note on modeling vehicle-accident frequencies with random-parameters count models. Accident Analysis and Prevention 41(1), 153-159. [PDF]


Some Classic Publications from Years Past (see resume for complete listing).

Mannering, F., 1983. Dynamic econometric models of household vehicle ownership and utilization, doctoral dissertation. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
Dissertation committee: Clifford Winston (supervisor), Daniel McFadden (2000 Nobel Laureate in Economics), and Ann Friedlaender.[PDF]

Mannering, F., 1983. An econometric analysis of vehicle use in multivehicle households. Transportation Research Part A 17(3), 183-189.[PDF]

Mannering, F., Winston, C., 1985. Dynamic empirical analysis of household vehicle ownership and utilization. Rand Journal of Economics 16(2), 215-236.[PDF]

Mannering, F., 1994. Assessing the impacts of audio home-copying restrictions. Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics 33(1), 30-46.[PDF]

Mannering, F., Winston C., 1995. Automobile air bags in the 1990's: Market failure or market efficiency? Journal of Law and Economics 38(2), October, 265-279.[PDF]

Mannering, F., Winston, C., Starkey, W., 2002. An exploratory analysis of automobile leasing by US households, Journal of Urban Economics 52(1), 154-176.[PDF]


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