The objective of the series is to provide academics, students, policy analysts and practitioners with authoritative and accessible information to develop practical solutions, assist in policy formulation and inform debate on transportation issues and questions.
Topics in the series may include:
The unifying feature of each volume is the development or application of quantitative economic models and methods to examine current and emerging issues relating to transportation. Coverage includes the analysis of data, models of market structure, the evolution of institutions and emerging governance structures all in the context of transportation economics, policy and management. Both research monographs and edited volumes will be considered for publication in the series .
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