Budgets temps de transport : les sociétés tertiaires confrontées à la gestion paradoxale du " bien le plus rare "
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- Yves Crozet & Iragaël Joly, 2005. "Budgets temps de transport : les sociétés tertiaires confrontées à la gestion paradoxale du "bien le plus rare"," Post-Print halshs-00143206, HAL.
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KeywordsBudgets temps de transport; hypothèse de Zahavi; comparaison internationale; mobilité urbaine;
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