A System Dynamic Hypothesis for the Disparate Alternative Fuel Vehicle Adoption Paths in Australia and the United States
This paper presents a system dynamic hypothesis for the disparate Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) adoption behaviour observed in Australia and the United States. Based on the Bass diffusion model, the paper incorporates consumer decision-making theories with system dynamic modelling to reveal the underlying dynamics rooted in individual adoption behaviour. Consumer adoption decision process literature identified the number and variety of models as crucial to the adoption of AFVs. As a necessary...[Show more]
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