European Transport / Trasporti Europei (2002) 20/21


Carlucci Fabio

Competition in Railways: the Case of the United Kingdom

Cowie Jonathan

he Production Economics of a Vertically Separated Railway (2002) The Case of the British Train Operating Companies

D'Alessio Emanuela

Appendix: The Full Legislative Story of the Rail Transport Reform Process

Forte Ennio, del Vecchio Francesco

Possible Scenarios in the European Railway Industry after the Present Phase of Change

Giuntini Andrea, Maggi Stefano

Public and Private Railway Companies in 19th and early 20th Century Italy

Marcucci Edoardo

The Motivations of Debate

Marcucci Edoardo

The Process of Railway De-Verticalisation in Italy : State of the Art and Possible Evolutions

Nash Chris, Matthews Bryan

Implementing Marginal Cost Pricing of Rail Infrastructure-Barriers and Solutions

Nuti Fabio

Are Trains more dangerous than Planes? And, if so, what? Experiences and empirical evidence of vertical separation

Polidori Paolo

The Economic Regulation of Railway Infrastructure: The Role and Future of the Proposed European Railway Agency

Ponti Marco, Erba Stefano

Railway Liberalization from a "Public Choice" Perspective

Preston John

The Transaction Cost Economics of Railway

Shoji Kenichi, Killeen Bruce J.

The Japanese Experience with Non-verticalised Urban Private Railways: An Analysis of Strategy and Performance of the "Minor" Companies

Torbianelli Vittorio

The Impact of Vertical Separation on Regional Railways: The Case of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia

Venezia Elisabetta

Transfer Pricing: Theoretical Aspects and the Case of Ferrovie dello Stato S.p.A.

White Peter, Ball John

Experience of National Railways Privatisation, and of Vertical Separation in Metro Systems


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