Tranos, E. 2013. The geography of the internet: Cities, regions and internet infrastructure in europe. Edward Elgar Publishing link.

Publications in academic journals

Tranos, E., T. Kitsos, and R. Ortega-Argilés. 2020. Digital economy in the UK: Regional productivity effects of early adoption. Regional Studies. In press.

Willis, G., and E. Tranos. 2020. Using ‘big data’ to understand the impacts of Uber on taxis in New York City. Travel Behaviour and Society. link, preprint.

Tranos, E., and Y. Ioannides. 2020. ICT and cities revisited. Telematics and Informatics. In press. link.

Budnitz, H., E. Tranos, and L. Chapman. 2020. Responding to stormy weather: Choosing which journeys to make. Travel Behaviour and Society 18. link.

Budnitz, H., E. Tranos, and L. Chapman. 2020. Telecommuting and other trips: An English case study. Journal of Transport Geography 85:102713. link.

Tranos, E. 2020. Book review: The Internet city: People, companies, systems and vehicles by A. Kellerman. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 111 (2):196–198. link.

Tranos, E., R. Kleinhans, D. Manley, and M. Batty. 2020. Book review symposium: Inventing future cities by M. Batty. Progress in Human Geography link

Tranos, E. 2020. Social network sites and knowledge transfer: An urban perspective. Journal of Planning Literature. In press. link.

Tranos, E., and C. Stich. 2020. Individual internet usage and the availability of online content of local interest: A multilevel approach. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 79:101371. link.

Wolf, L., S. Fox, R. Harris, R. Johnston, K. Jones, D. Manley, E. Tranos, and W. W. Wang. 2020. Quantitative geography III: Future challenges & challenging futures. Progress in Human Geography. In press. link.

Tranos, E., and E. Mack. 2019. Big data: A new opportunity for transport geography? [Special issue editorial]. Journal of Transport Geography 76:232–234. link.

Arribas-Bel, D., and E. Tranos. 2018. Big urban data: Challenges and opportunities for geographical analysis [special issue editorial]. Geographical Analysis 50 (2):123–124. link.

Arribas-Bel, D., and E. Tranos. 2018. Characterizing the spatial structure (s) of cities “on the fly”: The space-time calendar. Geographical Analysis 50 (2):162–181. link.

Budnitz, H., L. Chapman, and E. Tranos. 2018. Better by bus? Insights into public transport travel behaviour during Storm Doris in Reading, UK. Weather 73 (2):54–60. link.

Dentinho, T. P., E. Haddad, E. Tranos, J. Bonet, N. Reid, P. Arouca, T. Freire, and V. Royuela. 2017. Editorial: The next step for RSPP. Regional Science, Policy and Practice 9 (1):3–6. link.

Steenbruggen, J., E. Tranos, and P. Rietveld. 2016. Traffic incidents in motorways: An empirical proposal for incident detection using data from mobile phone operators. Journal of Transport Geography 54:81–90. link.

Tranos, E. 2016a. Book review: An introduction to R for spatial analysis and mapping by C. Brunsdon and L. Comber. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (2):435–436. link.

Tranos, E., and E. A. Mack. 2016. Broadband provision and knowledge-intensive firms: A causal relationship? Regional Studies 50 (7):1113–1126. link.

Steenbruggen, J., E. Tranos, and P. Nijkamp. 2015. Data from mobile phone operators: A tool for smarter cities? Telecommunications Policy 39 (3-4):335–346. link.

Tranos, E., M. Gheasi, and P. Nijkamp. 2015. International migration: A global complex network. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 42 (1):4–22. link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2015. Mobile phone usage in complex urban systems: A space–time, aggregated human activity study. Journal of Geographical Systems 17 (2):157–185. link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2015. Special issue on mobile phone data and geographic modelling. Telecommunications Policy 39 (3):333–334. link.

Jacobs-Crisioni, C., P. Rietveld, E. Koomen, and E. Tranos. 2014. Evaluating the impact of land-use density and mix on spatiotemporal urban activity patterns: An exploratory study using mobile phone data. Environment and Planning A 46 (11):2769–2785. link.

Tranos, E., and S. Davoudi. 2014. The regional impact of climate change on winter tourism in Europe. Tourism Planning & Development 11 (2):163–178. link.

Tranos, E., K. Kourtit, and P. Nijkamp. 2014. Digital urban network connectivity: Global and Chinese internet patterns. Papers in Regional Science 93 (2):409–428. link.

Tranos, E. 2013. Book review: Complexity, cognition and the city by J. Portugali. Environment and Planning B. Planning and Design 40 (1):182–190. link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2013. The death of distance revisited: Cyber-place, physical and relational proximities. Journal of Regional Science 53 (5):855–873. link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2013. A távolság halálának új vizsgálata: Kiberhely, földrajzi és kapcsolati közelség. Tér és Társadalom 27 (3):3–27. link.

Tranos, E., A. Reggiani, and P. Nijkamp. 2013. Accessibility of cities in the digital economy. Cities 30:59–67. link.

Tranos, E. 2012. The causal effect of the internet infrastructure on the economic development of European city regions. Spatial Economic Analysis 7 (3):319–337. link.

Tranos, E., and D. Gertner. 2012. Smart networked cities? Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 25 (2):175–190. link.

Tranos, E. 2011. The topology and the emerging urban geographies of the internet backbone and aviation networks in Europe: A comparative study. Environment and Planning A 43 (2):378–392. link.

Tranos, E., and A. Gillespie. 2011. The urban geography of internet backbone networks in Europe: Roles and relations. Journal of Urban Technology 18 (1):35–50. link.

Tranos, E., and A. Gillespie. 2009. The spatial distribution of internet backbone networks in Europe: A metropolitan knowledge economy perspective. European Urban and Regional Studies 16 (4):423–437. link.

Petrakos, G. C., and E. Tranos. 2008. Egnatia odos and regional development: A theoretical and experimental study [in Greek]. Review of Economic Science 14:127–160. link.

Chapters in edited books and reports

Budnitz, H., L. Chapman, and E. Tranos. 2019. Chapter three - Weather, travel behavior, and the influence and potential of ICT to improve resilience. In The evolving impacts of ICT on activities and travel behavior, ed. E. Ben-Elia, 49–80. Academic Press link.

Tranos, E., J. Steenbruggen, and P. Nijkamp. 2018. Mobile phone operators, their (big) data and urban analysis. In A research agenda for regeneration economies, 140–148. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing link.

Tranos, E. 2016. The internet: Its geography, growth and the creation of (digital) social capital. In Handbook on the geographies of innovation, 356–369. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2016. Urban and regional analysis and the digital revolution: Challenges and opportunities. In Hub cities in the knowledge economy: Seaports, airports, brainports, ed. A. T. Sven Conventz Ben Derudder, 145–163. Routledge link.

Tranos, E. 2014. Networks in the innovation process. In Handbook of regional science, eds. M. M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp, 489–504. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg link.

Tranos, E., and P. Nijkamp. 2014. Digital infrastructure and physical proximity. In Regional Development and Proximity Relations, eds. A. Torre and F. Wallet, 267–290. Edward Elgar Publishing link.

Lückenkötter, J., O. Langeland, B. Langset, E. Tranos, S. Davoudi, and C. Lindner. 2013. Economic impacts of climate change on Europe’s regions. In European climate vulnerabilities and adaptation, 95–112. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd link.

Bradley, D., M. Coombes, J. Bradley, and E. Tranos. 2011. Assessing the importance and value of historic buildings to young people. English Heritage Research Report. link.

Tranos, E. 2011. e-Regional science: Why should regional science focus on the digital revolution? Regional Insights 2 (2):5–5. link.

Bradley, D., J. Bradley, M. Coombes, and E. Tranos. 2009. Sense of place and social capital and the historic built environment. CURDS/Bradley Research and Consulting for English Heritage. link.

Dr Emmanouil Tranos
Reader in Quantitative Human Geography