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Environmental Responsibility and Policy in a Two Country Dynamic Input-Output Model
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2002-10-14)
Increased spatial dependency of economic activities, as well as spatial differentiation of production and consumption, has implication for environmental policy. One of the issues that has gained importance is the responsibility ...
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2007-11-29)
This paper studies the efficiency impacts of private toll roads in initially untolled networks. The analysis allows for capacity and toll choice by private operators, and endogenizes entry and therewith the degree of ...
Manipulable Congestion Tolls
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2009-02-09)
The recent literature on congestion pricing with large agents contains a remarkable inconsistency: though agents are large enough to recognize self-imposed congestion and exert market power over prices, they do not take ...
Urban Transport Policies: The Dutch Struggle with Market Failures and Policy Failures
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2004-11-19)
Transport is characterised by market failures that are of particular importance in urban settings. This paper reviews market failures and policy failures in The Netherlands for various transport markets, including road ...
Estimating Water Demand in Urban Indonesia: A Maximum Likelihood Approach to block Rate Pricing Data
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 1997-07-03)
In this paper the Burtless and Hausman model is used to estimate water demand in Salatiga, Indonesia. Other statistical models, as OLS and IV, are found to be inappropiate. A topic, which does not seem to appear in previous ...
Welfare Effects of Distortionary Company Car Taxation
(Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2007-08-03)
In Europe, company cars are offered by employers as fringe benefits to their employees at a lower price than employees pay in the car market, mainly due to favourable taxation of company cars. We analyse the welfare effects ...