The Economic Theory of Urban Traffic Congestion: A Microscopic Research Agenda
AbstractFor presentation at CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2001, Workshop on Environmental Economics and the Economics of Congestion: Coping with Externalities, Venice International University, San Servolo, July 18-19,2001.
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