This textbook is unique in that it uses a detailed analysis of econometric results from current transportation literature to provide an integrated collection of theory and application. Its numerous case studies illustrate the economic principles, discuss testable hypotheses, analyze econometric results, and examine each study′s implications for public policy. These features make this a well–developed introduction to the foundations of transportation economics.
Additional case studies on a spectrum of domestic and international transportation topics available at [external URL] in order to keep students abreast of recent developments in the field and their implications for public policy.
The paperback edition of this book is not available from Blackwell in the US or Canda.
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.
"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.