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Identifying and measuring public policy goals: ISTEA and the US bus transit industry

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  • Nolan, J. F.
  • Ritchie, P. C.
  • Rowcroft, J. E.

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  • Nolan, J. F. & Ritchie, P. C. & Rowcroft, J. E., 2002. "Identifying and measuring public policy goals: ISTEA and the US bus transit industry," Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Elsevier, vol. 48(3), pages 291-304, July.
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