Fatal Crashes Involving Young Male Drivers: A continuous time Poisson change-point analysis
Tay, Richard S. (2001) Fatal Crashes Involving Young Male Drivers: A continuous time Poisson change-point analysis. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25(1), pp. 21-23.
In an effort to reduce road trauma, the New Zealand government implemented a series of intervention programs over the last decade, with young male drivers as the main target audience. Previous research, however, found little or no evidence that these programs had any impact on this group of drivers despite an apparent decrease in their crash involvement.
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