Avoir les coudes serrés dans le métro parisien : évaluation contingente du confort des déplacements
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- Koning Martin & Haywood Luke, 2011. "Pushy Parisian Elbows: Taste for Comfort in Public Transport," ERSA conference papers ersa11p815, European Regional Science Association.
- Luke Haywood & Martin Koning, 2012. "Avoir les coudes serrés dans le métro parisien : évaluation contingente du confort des déplacements," Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Post-Print and Working Papers) halshs-01510279, HAL.
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KeywordsTravel Comfort; External Cost of Subway Congestion; Contingent Valuation Methodology; Central Paris Subway Network;
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