OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS
Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa - Roma
Founded and formerly edited by Gianrocco Tucci
Editor in Chief Enrico Musso
Members of the Editorial Advisory Board: Richard Arnott, Boston College, USA; Moshe E. Ben-Akiva, MIT (Boston), USA; Angela Bergantino, University of Bari, Italy; Alain Bonnafous, University of Lyon, France; Mary R. Brooks, Dalhousie University Halifax, Canada; Pablo Coto-Millan, Universidad de Cantabria, Spain; George C. Eads, Vice President of CRA International, Inc. Washington, USA; Claudio Ferrari, University of Genoa, Italy; Hercules Haralambides, Erasmus School of Economics, The Netherlands; David Hensher, University of Sydney, Australia; Hilde Meersman, University of Antwerp, Belgium; Chris Nash, University of Leeds, Great Britain; Peter Nijkamp, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Lara Penco, University of Genoa, Italy; Michel Savy, University of Paris 12, France; William Sjostrom, National University of Ireland (Cork), Ireland; José Manuel Viegas, Istituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal; Eddy van de Voorde, University of Antwerp, Belgium
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Since 1974, the main aims of the Review is to bring together the research work beig done in the field of Transport Economics and arrange it organically in the form of a synthesis between theory and fact.
The situation facing transport economics is one in which old problems remain to be solved and new ones have been created by a wider range of information and improved methods of analysis.
In addition, foreseeable development in the internal logic of theories and the formulation of fresh hypotheses to interpret complex phenomena, both economic and non-economic, are becoming the object of further research for which the Review is intended to be a medium of expression and comparison. It is important in this respect to stress the fact that transport economics is prepared to take advantage of contributions from allied sciences and combine them in providing a more convincing interpretation of realities together with solutions to concrete problems. Within this framework the contributions to the Review from inside and outside Italy, though differing in standpoint and cultural background, will all be expected to maintain a rigorous standard of scientific scholarship.
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Cm 15,5 x 21 / ISSN 0391-8440 / e-ISSN 1724-2185
Disponibile dal (available since) 1990
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