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A Handbook of Transport Economics
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Contents: Foreword by Daniel McFadden 1. Introduction Andre de Palma, Robin Lindsey, Emile Quinet and Roger Vickerman PART I: TRANSPORT AND SPATIAL ECONOMY 2. General Equilibrium Models for Transportation Economics Johannes Broecker and Jean Mercenier 3. Transport in Spatial Models of Economic Development Michael Wegener 4. New Economic Geography: The Role of Transport Costs Miren Lafourcade and Jacques-Francois Thisse 5. Transport Costs and International Trade Alberto Behar and Anthony J. Venables 6. City Formation and Transport Costs Takatoshi Tabuchi PART II: THE DEMAND FOR TRANSPORT 7. Valuation of Travel Time Savings David A. Hensher 8. Advances in Discrete Choice: Mixture Models Joan L. Walker and Moshe Ben-Akiva 9. Dynamic Traffic Modeling Andre de Palma and Mogens Fosgerau 10. Activity-based Travel Demand Analysis Abdul Rawoof Pinjari and Chandra R. Bhat 11. Economics of Transport Logistics Michel Beuthe PART III: THE COST OF TRANSPORT 12. Cost Functions for Transport Firms Leonardo J. Basso, Sergio R. Jara-Diaz and William G. Waters II 13. Efficiency Measurement Theory and its Application to Airport Benchmarking Tae Hoon Oum, Katsuhiro Yamaguchi and Yuichiro Yoshida 14. Theory of External Costs Stef Proost 15. External Costs of Transport in the United States Mark Delucchi and Don McCubbin 16. External Costs of Transport in Europe Rainer Friedrich and Emile Quinet 17. The Value of a Statistical Life Henrik Andersson and Nicolas Treich 18. Transport and Energy Kenneth Button 19. The Full Marginal Costs of Highway Travel: Methods and Empirical Estimation for North America Yossi Berechman, Bekir Bartin, Ozlem Yanmaz-Tuzel and Kaan Ozbay PART IV: OPTIMAL PUBLIC DECISIONS 20. Surplus Theory Yoshitsugu Kanemoto 21. The Direct and Wider Impacts of Transport Projects: A Review Peter Mackie, Daniel Graham and James Laird 22. Price Discrimination Simon P. Anderson and Regis Renault 23. Road Congestion Pricing Georgina Santos and Erik Verhoef 24. The Economics of Information in Transport Piet Rietveld 25. Personal Intelligent Travel Assistants Casper G. Chorus and Harry J.P. Timmermans 26. Equity Dimensions of Transport Policy Alain Trannoy 27. Psychology and Rationality in User Behavior: The Case of Scarcity Jonathan L. Gifford PART V: COMPETITION AND REGULATION 28. Competition, Regulation and Public Service Obligations Marco Ponti 29. The Theory of Incentives Applied to the Transport Sector Elisabetta Iossa and David Martimort 30. Public-Private Partnerships in Transport Antonio Estache, Ellis Juan and Lourdes Trujillo 31. Parking Economics Richard Arnott 32. The Industrial Organization of Competition in Local Bus Services Philippe Gagnepain, Marc Ivaldi and Catherine Muller-Vibes 33. Competition and Regulation in Rail Transport Chris Nash 34. Airport Governance and Regulation: Three Decades of Aviation System Reform David Gillen 35. Competition and Regulation in Air Transport Anming Zhang, Yimin Zhang and Joseph A. Clougherty 36. Competition and Regulation in Seaports Hilde Meersman, Eddy Van de Voorde and Thierry Vanelslander 37. Competition and Regulation in Maritime Transport Mary R. Brooks Index

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Edited by Andre de Palma, Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan, France, Robin Lindsey, University of British Columbia, Canada, Emile Quinet, Paris School of Economics, ENPC, Paris, France and Roger Vickerman, Professor of European Economics, University of Kent, UK

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'I want to thank the editors for bringing this project to fruition and compiling in one volume contributions which will interest both transport specialists and economists. Engineers and management experts will benefit from the summaries, and rigorous analysis, of recent advances in economic research applied to their fields of interest. Researchers and students in economics will see how economic theory can be applied in a specific context to enrich the study of one sector, transport. In this way, the Handbook contributes to the cross-fertilisation of different areas of knowledge and constitutes an important development in the advancement of that knowledge.' -- From the foreword by Daniel L. McFadden, 2000 Nobel Laureate in Economics
'This Handbook is a stellar compilation of up-to-date knowledge about the important topics in transport economics. Authors include the very best in the field, and they cover the most important topics for today's research and policy applications. Individual chapters contain sound, readable, well referenced explanations of each topic's history and current status. I cannot think of a better place to start for anyone wanting to become current in the field or in any of its parts.' -- Kenneth Small, University of California-Irvine, US

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