Transportation Economics: Theory and Practice: A Case Study Approach
March 2001, ©2001, Wiley-Blackwell
1. An overview of Transportation Acitivites.
2. Statistical Analysis of Economic Relations.
3. Transportation Demand - Divisible Goods Case.
4. Transportation Demand - Discrete Good Case.
5. Firm Production and Cost in Transportation - The Long Run.
6. Firm Produciton and Cost in Transportation - The Short Run.
7. Competition, Concentration and Market Power in Transportation.
8. Regulation, Deregulation, and Efficiency in Transportation.
9. Transportation Investment.
10. Welfare Effects of Public Sector Pricing and Investment.
11. Congestion Pricing.
12. Transportation and Land Use in Urban Areas.
13. Transportation Safety.
- Provides insight on both the theoretical and applied foundations of transportation economics.
- Analyzes detailed econometric results from the transportation literature.
- Includes econometric case studies that illustrate the economic principles developed.
- Uses market analysis to examine how the allocation of society resources affects transportation activities.
"This is a rigorous text providing a comprehensive coverage for both the student and the specialist in transportation economics. It is strongly recommended." Dr. Saad Yousif, Salford University.