McMaster University

McMaster University

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Antonio Páez
Professor, School of Geography & Earth Sciences,
Associate Member of Civil Engineering

Office: General Science Building, Rm 236
Tel: (905) 525-9140 ext. 26099
Fax: (905) 546-0463
Email: paezha@mcmaster.ca

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Antonio Páez is currently on research leave

 
Antonio Páez

Antonio Páez

Research Interests

  • Spatial analysis and statistics
  • Transportation modeling
  • Travel behavior
  • Health geography;
  • Geographic Information Science

 

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Summary

Antonio Páez is associate professor in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences at McMaster University. Recent work includes studies on accessibility, spatial filtering, aging and mobility, spatial analysis of qualitative variables, transportation and social exclusion, the influence of the built and social environments on travel behavior, social networks and decision making, telework adoption, and blood donor behavior and trends. Dr. Páez has published widely, and is author or co-author of over 50 papers, many appearing in leading international journals, including Environment and Planning A and B, Urban Studies, Geographical Analysis, Journal of Geographical Systems, Journal of Transport Geography, Transportation, Transportation Research A, Papers in Regional Science, International Journal of Health Geographics, Growth and Change, and Social Networks. He also co-edited the book Progress in Spatial Analysis: Methods and Applications published in 2009 as part of Springer’s series Advances in Spatial Science. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Geographical Systems, and sits on the editorial board of Environment and Planning A
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Current Courses

Geog 3LT3 Transportation Geography, (Term One) 2014-15
Earth Sc/Envir Sc/Geog 4GA3 Applied Spatial Statistics, (Term One) 2014-15
Geog 4LT3 Transportation Systems Analysis (Term Two) 2014-15
Geog 6GA3 Applied Spatial Statistics, (Term One) 2014-15
Geog 6LT3 Transportation Systems Analysis (Term Two) 2014-15
Geog 746 Advanced Statistical Methods in Geography (Term One) 2014-15


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Selected Publications (Peer reviewed)

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1. Rojas C, Páez A, Barbosa O, Carrasco JA (2015) Accessibility to Urban Green Spaces in Chilean Cities using Adaptive Thresholds, Journal of Transport Geography (submitted)

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2.   López  FA,  Páez  A,  Carrasco  JA,  Ruminot  N  (2015)  Network  autocorrelation, topology, and vulnerable nodes, Journal of Transport Geography (submitted)

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3.   López FA, Páez A (2015) Using a spatial scan test to explore the clustering of technology firms in the Greater Toronto Area, The Canadian Geographer (submitted)

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4.   He L, Páez A (2015) Persistence of crime hot spots: An ordered probit analysis, Geographical Analysis (submitted)

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5.  Lopez F, Matilla M, Mur J, Páez A, Ruiz M (2015) A note on the SG(m) Test, Journal of Geographical Systems (online first; doi: 10.1007/s10109-015-0221-7; )

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6. Moniruzzaman M, Páez A (2015) An investigation of the attributes of walkable environments from the perspective of seniors in Montreal, Journal of Transport Geography, 51 85-96 (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2015.12.001)

  7. Silva RR, Paez A (2015) O Isolamento Geoceconomico dos Municipios da Regiao Norte do Brasil: Uma Proposta para Quantifica-lo, Revista Brasileira de Estudios Regionais e Urbanos, 7 (1) 1-18

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8.   Goetzke F, Gerike R, Páez A, Dugundji E (2015) Social interactions in transportation: analyzing groups and spatial networks, Transportation, 42 (5) 723-731

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9. Moniruzzaman M, Anna Chudyk, Páez A, Winters M, Sims-Gould J, McKay H (2015) Travel behavior of low income older adults and development of an accessibility calculator, Journal of Transportation and Health, 2 (2) 257-268 (doi:10.1016/j.jth.2015.02.006)

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10. Farber S, Ruiz M, Páez A (2015) Testing for spatial independence using similarity relationships, Geographical Analysis, 47 (2) 97-120

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11. Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Scott DM, Morency C (2015) Multimodal trip generation of seniors with a focus on walking: Application of a trivariate ordered probit modeling approach, Environment and Planning A, 47(4) 957-976

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12. He L, Páez A, Liu D, Jiang S (2015) Temporal stability of model parameters in crime rate analysis: An empirical examination, Applied Geography, 58 141-152 (doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2015.02.002)

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13. Roofigari-Esfahan N, Páez A, Razaavi S (2015) Location-Aware Scheduling and Control of Linear Projects: Introducing Space-Time Float Prisms, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 141 (1) 06014008 (doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000916)

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14. Neto RMS, Duarte G, Páez A (2015) Gender, Marital Status, and Commuting Time in São Paulo Metropolitan Region, Urban Studies, 52 (2) 298-313 (doi: 10.1177/0042098014528392)

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15. Poliou T, Elliott SJ, Páez A, Newbold KB (2014) Building obesity in Canada: understanding the individual- and neighbourhood-level determinants using a multi- level approach, Geospatial Health, 9 (1) 45-55

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16. Farber S, Bartholomew K, Li X, Páez A, Habib KMN (2014) Social Equity in Distance Based Transit Fares, Transportation Research A , 67 291-303 (doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2014.07.013)


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17. Wheeler DC, Páez A, Spinney J, Waller LA (2014) A Bayesian Approach to Hedonic Price Analysis, Papers in Regional Science, 93 (3) 663-683 (doi:10.1111/pirs.12003)

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18. Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Morency C (2014) Compliance Potential Mapping: A Tool to Assess Potential Contributions of Walking Towards Physical Activity Guidelines, BMC Public Health, 14 (511)

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19. Reyes MF, Páez A, Morency C (2014) Walking Accessibility to Urban Parks by Children: A Case Study of Montreal, Landscape and Urban Planning, 125 38-47 (doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.02.002)

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20. Páez A, Moniruzzaman M, Bourbonnais PL, Morency C (2013) Developing a web- based accessibility calculator prototype for the Greater Montreal Area, Transportation Research A, 58 103-115 (doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2013.10.020)

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21. Lavery T, Páez A, Kanaroglou PS (2013) Driving out of choices: An investigation of transport modality in a university sample, Transportation Research A, 57 37-46 (doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2013.09.010)

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22. Páez A, Farber S, Mercado RG, Roorda M, Morency C (2013) Jobs and the Single- Parent: An Analysis of Accessibility to Employment in Toronto, Urban Geography, 34 (6) 815-842 (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2013.778600)

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23. Le  Gallo  J,  Páez  A  (2013)  Using  synthetic  variables  in  instrumental  variable estimation of spatial series models, Environment and Planning A, 45 (9) 2227 – 2242

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24. Páez A, Esita J, Newbold KB, Heddle NM, Blake J (2013) Exploring resource allocation and alternate clinic accessibility landscapes for improved blood donor turnoutApplied Geography, 45 89-97
(http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.08.008)

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25. Páez A, López FA, Ruiz M, Morency C (2013) Developing an indicator of spatial fit for discrete choice models, Transportation Research B, 56 217-233 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trb.2013.08.009)

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26. Scott DM, Dugundji ER, Páez A (2013) The Social Dimension of Activity, Travel and Location Choice Behavior, Journal of Transport Geography, 31 212-215 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.06.009)

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27. Whalen K, Páez A, Carrasco JA (2013) Mode choice of university students commuting to school and the role of active travel, Journal of Transport Geography, 31 132–142 (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.06.008)

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28. Moniruzzaman M, Páez A, Habib KMN, Morency C (2013) Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal, Journal of Transport Geography, 30 89-99 (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.03.007)

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29. Páez  A  (2013)  Mapping  Travelers’  Attitudes:  Does  Space  Matter?  Journal  of Transport Geography, 26 117-125 (doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2012.09.002)

 


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