This is consistent with a substantial body of economic theory, albeit not conventional neoclassical economics, which frequently treats transit as a special case. This conflict is linked to faulty assumptions underlying neoclassical economic theory.Evaluation of Rapid Transit In the field of transportation engineering and planning, performance evaluations of ... and efficiency (Gleason aamp; Barnum, 1982; Morlok, 1978; Papacostas aamp; Prevedouros, 2001; Wright aamp; Ashford, 1989). As mobility isanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Economic Analysis of Rapid Transit in New York, 1870-2010|
|Author||:||Kyle M. Kirschling|
|Publisher||:||Kyle Mark Kirschling - 2012|