Railroad EconomicsEdited by
- Scott Dennis, Microeconomic Studies Division Washington, DC, U.S.A.
- Wayne Talley, Maritime Institute, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, U.S.A.
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Research in Transportation Economics
Hardbound, 292 Pages
Published: July 2007
- Ch. 1: Introduction Scott M. Dennis and Wayne K. TalleyCh. 2: Evolution of Railroad Economics W. G. Waters IICh. 3: A Hedonic Cost Function Approach to Estimating Railroad Costs John D. Bitzan and Wesley W. WilsonCh. 4: Spatially Generated Transportation Demands Kenneth Train and Wesley W. WilsonCh. 5: Rail Passenger Demand Forecasting: Cross-Sectional Models Revisited Mark Wardman, William Lythgoe and Gerard WhelanCh. 6: Railroad Pricing and Revenue-To-Cost Margins in the Post-Staggers Era M. Ivaldi and G. McCulloughCh. 7: Options for Restructuring the State-Owned Monopoly Railway Russell PittmanCh. 8: Trespassing on the Railroad Ian SavageCh. 9: Energy Use and Pollutant Emissions Impacts of Shortline Railroad Abandonment Michael W. Babcock and James L. BunchCh. 10: Earnings Differentials of Railroad Managers and Labor James Peoples and Wayne K. Talley