Correcting the Market Failure in Work Trips with Work Rescheduling: An Analysis Using Bi-level Models for the Firm-workers Interplay
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KeywordsPeak congestion; Rescheduling of work; Market failure; Bi-level models; Stackelberg; Dynamic traffic assignment;
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