|Title:||Transportation changes in Europe||Authors:||Martín Hernández, Juan Carlos||UNESCO Clasification:||531212 Transportes y comunicaciones||Keywords:||Transportes
|Issue Date:||2011||Publisher:||0041-1612||Journal:||Transportation Journal||Abstract:||Changes in the discipline of transport economics in Europe have implications for different modes, topics, and agents within the field. This article presents some of the most important changes, with a focus on the situation within the European Union (EU). The EU offers a coherent institutional basis for presenting some important regulations toward liberalization, in this case, those that are part of so-called European Common Transport Policy. The selection of the topics has depended largely on the interest and expertise of the author; obviously, other important topics developed by experts from individual countries or even transport authorities within their boundaries could expand the discussion.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/46368||ISSN:||0041-1612||DOI:||10.5325/transportationj.50.1.0109||Source:||Transportation Journal[ISSN 0041-1612],v. 50, p. 109-124|
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