Affordability and subsidies in public urban transport : what do we mean, what can be done?
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- Tomás Serebrisky & AndrÃ©s Gómez‐Lobo & Nicolás Estupiñán & Ramón Muñoz‐Raskin, 2009. "Affordability and Subsidies in Public Urban Transport: What Do We Mean, What Can Be Done?," Transport Reviews, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 29(6), pages 715-739, January.
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KeywordsTransport Economics Policy&Planning; Transport in Urban Areas; Urban Transport; Taxation&Subsidies; Economic Theory&Research;
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