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Dipasis Bhadra


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First Name: Dipasis
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Last Name: Bhadra

RePEc Short-ID: pbh14

Postal Address: The Federal Aviation Administration US Department of Transportation 800 Independence Avenue Washington D.C., SW., 20591 USA
Phone: 571-265-3039



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  1. Bhadra, D. & Brandao, A.S.P., 1993. "Urbanization; Agricultural Development; and Land Allocation," World Bank - Discussion Papers 201, World Bank.


  1. Bhadra, Dipasis, 2009. "You (expect to) get what you pay for: A system approach to delay, fare, and complaints," Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Elsevier, vol. 43(9-10), pages 829-843, November.


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