Ido Klein, Postdoc


I received my Ph.D. in Geography from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in 2018.

My research in the Lab is devoted to transportation modeling and the interface between policy measures and their effect on transportation systems.



  1. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). Emergence of cooperative route-choice: a model and experiment of compliance with system-optimal ATIS. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 59, 348-364.

  2. Klein, I., Levy, N., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). An agent-based model of the emergence of cooperation and a fair and stable system optimum using ATIS on a simple road network. Transportation research part C: emerging technologies, 86, 183-201.

  3. Levy, N., Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). Emergence of cooperation and a fair system optimum in road networks: A game-theoretic and agent-based modelling approach. Research in Transportation Economics, 68, 46-55.

  4. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2017). System optimal ATIS as a congestion management instrument—Game-based experiment and agent based model. In 2017 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS) (pp. 816-820). IEEE.

  5. Klein, I., Levy, N., & Ben-Elia, E. (2017). An Agent-Based Model of a System-Optimal ATIS. Procedia Computer Science, 109, 893-898.

  6. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2016). Emergence of cooperation in congested road networks using ICT and future and emerging technologies: A game-based review. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 72, 10-28.

  7. Klein, I., & Fischhendler, I. (2015). The pitfalls of implementing Host Community Compensation: A power balance perspective. Land use policy, 49, 499-510.