Market structure in the transport sector and the effects of liberalisation

J.F. Francois, I. Wooton

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Abstract

Much of the current transport policy debate has considered infrastructure charges as a form of "fiscal" instrument for managing transport demand. The Round Table analysed the opportunities for setting infrastructure service prices so that they also provide guidance for policy development.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReport of the One Hundred and Thirty Fifth Round Table on Transport Economics
Subtitle of host publicationOn the Following Topic: Transport Infrastructure Charges and Capacity Choice: Self-Financing Road Maintenance and Construction
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Liberalization
Market structure
Guidance
Policy development
Transport policy
Charge
Fiscal

Keywords

  • transport policy
  • liberalisation
  • markets
  • regulation

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Francois, J. F., & Wooton, I. (2007). Market structure in the transport sector and the effects of liberalisation. In Report of the One Hundred and Thirty Fifth Round Table on Transport Economics: On the Following Topic: Transport Infrastructure Charges and Capacity Choice: Self-Financing Road Maintenance and Construction
Francois, J.F. ; Wooton, I. / Market structure in the transport sector and the effects of liberalisation. Report of the One Hundred and Thirty Fifth Round Table on Transport Economics: On the Following Topic: Transport Infrastructure Charges and Capacity Choice: Self-Financing Road Maintenance and Construction. 2007.
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Market structure in the transport sector and the effects of liberalisation. / Francois, J.F.; Wooton, I.

Report of the One Hundred and Thirty Fifth Round Table on Transport Economics: On the Following Topic: Transport Infrastructure Charges and Capacity Choice: Self-Financing Road Maintenance and Construction. 2007.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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