Dr. A.M. (Aemiro Melkamu) Daniel


I am a postdoc fellow in the Transport and Logistics group at the department of Engineering Systems and Services. I have a PhD in Economics from UmeƄ University in Sweden. My research focuses on understanding individual decision making related to energy, environmental and transportation issues.


My research combines theories from microeconomics and insights from behavioural sciences to understand decision making using advanced choice models. At TU delft, I work on moral decision making in the BEHAVE research program. More specifically, my research focuses on applying and developing new discrete choice models to analyse decisions involving morality in transportation, health, and other domains.

Daniel, A. M., Persson, L., & Sandorf, E. D. (2018). Accounting for elimination-by-aspects strategies and demand management in electricity contract choice. Energy Economics73, 80-90. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2018.05.009

Aemiro Melkamu Daniel

Postdoc Researcher

Monday & Friday

Engineering Systems and Services

Transport and Logistics

Research interests:
Choice behaviour modelling
Non-market valuation
Residential energy demand analysis
Moral decision making