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Air Transport. Competition in a Deregulated Market for Air Travel: The U.S. Domestic Experience and Lessons for Global Markets. (W.P. Anderson, Gang Gong, T.R. Lakshmanan). How Stable are Scheduled Air Transport Markets? (K. Button). The Evolution of Networks with Changes in Industry Structure and Strategy: Connectivity, Hub-and-Spoke and Alliances. (D. Gillen). Competition Models of Strategic Alliances. (Anming Zhang). Network Competition in Air Transportation Markets: Bi-level approach. (Mikio Takebayashi, Adib Kanafani). Development and Application of CM-GATS Algorithms in Solving Large Multilevel Hierarchical Network Design Problems. (Kerati Kijmanawat, Hitoshi Ieda).
Airline Network Structure With Thick Market Externality. (Emine Yetiskul Kakuya Matshushima, Kiyoshi Kobayashi). Spatial Benefit Incidence Analysis of Airport Capacity Expansion -Application of SCGE Model to the Haneda Project. (Takayuki Ueda et al.). Airport Choice Analysis of International Passengers Using Time Series Disaggregate Data. (Tatsuo Takase, Takayuki Morikawa). Effects of Deregulation on Local Air Passenger Demand.
(Naoto Ida, Tohru Tamura). Air service development of Local Airports and its Influence on the Formation of Aviation Networks. (Hideyuki Kita, Atsushi Koike, Keishi Tanimoto). Maritime Transport. What Future the Maritime Sector? Some Considerations on Globalisation, Co-operation and Market Power. (Eddy E.M. Van de Voorde). Port investments in an Uncertain Environment. (H.M.A. Meersman). An International Container Shipping Model in East Asia and its Transferability.
(Ryuichi Shibasaki, Hitoshi IEDA, Tomihiro Watanabe). Identification and Elimination of Barriers in the Operations and Management of Maritime Transportation. (Kazuhiko Ishiguro, Hajime Inamura). International Container Transportation Network Analysis Considering Post-Panamax Class Container Ships.
(Katsuhiko Kuroda, Mikio Takebayashi, Toshiaki Tsuji).
This book represents the proceedings of a conference held at Kobe
University, that brought together some of the world's leading researchers in the field of
transportation planning and policy.
It contains a compendium of papers representing state-of-the-art research
on topics of competition and regulation and system structure in air and maritime
transportation. This book is a valuable resource for researchers and others who can use it as a starting point for advancing the state of knowledge in important topics of transportation systems management. It can also serve as a textbook for an advanced graduate course in transportation, economics, or public policy as applied to maritime transportation and air transportation. As such it is the first text of its kind.
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- © JAI Press 2005
- 10th June 2005
- JAI Press
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"...offers many new insights of a high level for students, researchers, and planners in the area of transport economics. Personally I was very much impressed by the sophisticiated modeling efforts and experiments in this book."
--Peter Nijkamp, Free University Amsterdam for EJITR, 6, no. 4 (2006), pp.371-372
Berkeley, CA, USA
Kobe University, Japan
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