|Author:||Roger Stough,Roger Vickerman,Kenneth Button,Peter Nijkamp|
|Subcategory:||Processes & Infrastructure|
|Publisher:||Edward Elgar Pub (November 1, 2002)|
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Lars Lundqvist, Professor of Spatial Systems Analysis, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Kenneth Button, Professor of Public Policy, School of Public Policy, George Mason University and Peter Nijkamp, Professor i. .
Lars Lundqvist, Professor of Spatial Systems Analysis, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Kenneth Button, Professor of Public Policy, School of Public Policy, George Mason University and Peter Nijkamp, Professor in Regional, Urban and Environmental Economics, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Roger R. Stough, Kenneth J. Button, Professor Peter Nijkamp. Understanding the economics and the wider impact of transport infrastructure presents a major challenge to economists. The scale of investment, indivisibilities, the setting of appropriate charges and the rate of economic growth are problems which require analyses and create controversy. Further contentious issues are the need to rely on public sector finance and certain ambiguities concerning impact on productivity
Transport Infrastructure book. Transport Infrastructure (Classics in Transport Analysis). 1840645547 (ISBN13: 9781840645545).
Transport Infrastructure book. This authoritative new collection of previously published papers.
From the full transport equation one can derive a (infinite) sequence of hyperbolic subsystems for the moments. Here we consider transport equations. The question arises how to close the system for the first n moments. In case of Boltzmann equations it can be answered in the theory of extended thermodynamics. which are relevant as models for biological populations. We present a method which allows to close the first two moment equations.
Alan McKinnon, Kenneth J. Logistics is the management function responsible for the flow of materials through the supply chain.
Reprinted in Urban Transport, ed. by Piet Rietveld, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp, in series Classics in. by Piet Rietveld, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp, in series Classics in Transport Analysis, Edward Elgar (2003). Reprinted in Controlling Automobile Air Pollution, ed. Virginia McConnell & Winston Harrington, in International Library of Environmental Economics & Policy, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate (2007). Reprinted in Recent Developments in the Economics of Transport, ed. by Roger Vickerman, in The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series, Edward Elgar (2012), Vol. 1, ch. 2.
Professor Peter Forsyth, Kenneth J. This authoritative new collection of 40 articles, presents the most important classics and contemporary papers on air transport. It features a comprehensive range of topics, including airline costs and productivity, pricing and yield management, competitive behaviour and strategic alliances, environmental aspects, and aviation in developing nations. Congestion and investment in airports, and regulation of airports are also covered.
by Lars Lundqvist, Kenneth Button, Peter Nijkamp. ISBN 9781840647976 (978-1-84064-797-6) Hardcover, Edward Elgar Pub, 2003.
Reprinted in Roger Stough, Roger Vickerman, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp, Transport Infrastructure, Classics in Transport Analysis, Northampton, Mass. Edward Elgar Publishing Company, 2002, pp. 242-46. Paved With Good Intentions: The Mythical National Infrastructure Crisis," in Cato Institute, Policy Analysis, No. 156 (August 1993). The P Model and Austrian Prices," Empirica 19, No. 1 (1992), pp. 3-17.
Kenneth Button, Kingsley E. Haynes, Roger R. Stough. This book explores the organization of air transport in the European Union (EU). It analyses the nature of the industries supplying air transport services, the institutional structure of ai. More). Intelligent transport systems in commercial fleet management: a study of short term economic benefits.
The editors have brought together in Transport Infrastructure a set of classic readings in the literature which show the development of analysis in this field. As the names in this volume illustrate, some of the best economic thinkers of the twentieth century have addressed these multi-faceted problems.
This authoritative new collection of previously published papers presents a selection of developments in a field which is still attracting new ideas and challenging transport planners and governments in both the developed and developing world.