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Principles of Transport Economics

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  • Emile Quinet
  • Roger Vickerman

Abstract

This unique book addresses a wide range of issues and makes use of cutting-edge data to provide a set of universal tools to analyse and inform policy at all levels. It assumes only a basic knowledge of economics and will be essential reading for students at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level following courses on transport economics, regional science, urban studies and geography. It will also prove a valuable source of reference for policymakers involved in the provision and regulation of transport and researchers interested in transport planning and policy.

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  • Emile Quinet & Roger Vickerman, 2004. "Principles of Transport Economics," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2581.
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    Economics and Finance; Environment; Urban and Regional Studies;

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    • R0 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - General

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