Transportation Research Part F, vol. 66, pp. 430 – 444. (2019).
Autores: Eduardo Martínez Gabaldón, Jorge Eduardo Martínez Pérez, Ildefonso Méndez.
Traffic accidents are both a major economic and public health problem worldwide. The authors use data from the May 2016 Spanish barometer (n = 1632) to analyse the characteristics of drivers who declare different types of risky driving behaviours. The authors’ estimates suggest that the likelihood of being a high-risk driver in Spain increases with educational attainment and decreases with age.Continuar leyendo «An empirical characterization of high-risk drivers in Spain. The role of gender, age, marital status and education»