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Market structure in the transport sector and the effects of liberalisation

Francois, J.F. and 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. Alibris. ISBN 9282101088

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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.