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External accident costs and the relationship between road accidents and traffic flows

In: Reforming Transport Pricing in the European Union

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  • Andrew Dickerson
  • John Peirson
  • Roger Vickerman

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This timely book deals with the problem of pricing passenger and freight transportation within Europe. The contributors argue that current legislation affecting pricing and regulation is increasingly less successful in dealing with market failures and externalities such as congestion, air pollution, noise and accidents. Technological progress and greater European co-operation has brought increased scope for the reform of transport policies.

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  • Andrew Dickerson & John Peirson & Roger Vickerman, 2001. "External accident costs and the relationship between road accidents and traffic flows," Chapters,in: Reforming Transport Pricing in the European Union, chapter 8 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:1822_8
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