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IntraLATA long-distance demand: carrier choice, usage demand and price elasticities

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  • Kridel, Donald J.
  • Rappoport, Paul N.
  • Taylor, Lester D.

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  • Kridel, Donald J. & Rappoport, Paul N. & Taylor, Lester D., 2002. "IntraLATA long-distance demand: carrier choice, usage demand and price elasticities," International Journal of Forecasting, Elsevier, vol. 18(4), pages 545-559.
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