Curriculum Vitae

Valerio Gatta is a fellow researcher of applied economics and Director of TRElab – Transport Research Laboratory – at the University of Roma Tre. He is Editor-in-Chief of “Research in Transportation Economics” journal. He got the Italian National Scientific Qualification to function as Full Professor in the Applied Economics sector in 2017. His research interests are focused on the development of transport themes connected to decision making processes and sustainability, with particular reference to advanced survey design and discrete choice modelling techniques. His background relates to Statistics and Econometrics: he achieved the degree of MSc at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and his Ph.D. degree at the Sapienza University of Rome. He has been lecturer of the courses: “Advanced marketing” and “Customer satisfaction evaluation methods”. He is author of several articles published in international top-journals ( and he is member of the Italian Society of Transport Economics and Logistics (SIET), the Italian Society of Transport Policy (SIPOTRÁ), and the Italian Society of Economists (SIE). He has been involved in several international (CityLAb-H2020, SEFIRA-WP7, Volvo Research Foundation) and national (CINECA 2013, PRIN 2007) research projects regarding sustainability and transportation. (contact:


  • Delle Site P., Kilani K., Gatta V., Marcucci E., de Palma A., (2019) Estimation of consistent Logit and Probit models using best, worst and best–worst choices. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B: METHODOLOGICAL, 128, 87-106.
  • Marcucci, E., Gatta, V., Le Pira, M. (2018). Gamification design to foster stakeholder engagement and behavior change: an application to urban freight transport. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE, 118, 119-132, ISSN: 0965-8564.
  • Evangelinos C., Tscharaktschiew S., Marcucci E., Gatta V. (2018). Pricing workplace parking via cash-out: Effects on modal choice and implications for transport policy. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE, 113, 369-380, ISSN: 0965-8564.
  • Marcucci, E., Le Pira, M., Gatta, V., Ignaccolo, M., Inturri, G. & Pluchino, A. (2017). Simulating participatory urban freight transport policy-making: Accounting for heterogeneous stakeholders’ preferences and interaction effects. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E: LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW, 103, 69-86, ISSN: 1366-5545.
  • Marcucci E., Gatta V. (2017) Investigating the potential for off-hour deliveries in the city of Rome: Retailers’ perceptions and stated reactions. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE, 102, 142-156, ISSN: 0965-8564.
  • Valeri, E., Gatta. V., Teobaldelli, D., Polidori, P., Barratt, B., Fuzzi, S., Kazepov, Y., Sergi, V., Williams, M., Maione, M. (2016). “Modelling individual preferences for environmental policy drivers: Empirical evidence of Italian lifestyle changes using a latent class approach”. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY, 65, p. 65-74, ISSN: 1462-9011.
  • Gatta V, Marcucci E (2016), Stakeholder-specific data acquisition and urban freight policy evaluation: evidence, implications and new suggestions. TRANSPORT REVIEWS, 36(5), p. 585-609, ISSN: 0144-1647.
  • Gatta V., Marcucci E., Scaccia L., (2015), On finite sample performance of confidence intervals methods for willingness to pay measures. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE, vol. 82, p. 169-192, ISSN: 0965-8564.
  • Marcucci E, Gatta V, Scaccia L (2015). Urban freight, parking and pricing policies: an evaluation from a transport providers’ perspective. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A: POLICY AND PRACTICE, vol. 74, p. 239-249, ISSN: 0965-8564.
  • Gatta V, Marcucci E (2014), Urban freight transport policy changes: improving decision makers’ awareness via an agent-specific approach, TRANSPORT POLICY, vol. 36, p. 248-252, ISSN:0967-070X
  • Marcucci E, Gatta V (2012). Dissecting preference heterogeneity in consumer stated choices. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW, vol. 48, p. 331-339, ISSN: 1366-5545.
  • Marcucci E, Gatta V (2011). Regional airport choice: consumer behaviour and policy implications. JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, vol. 19, p. 70-84, ISSN: 0966-6923