The economic effects of existing and prospective federal policies governing intercity and international freight and passenger transportation enterprises in the economy of the United States are evaluated. The analysis encompasses all modes of transportation, including rail, motor, water, air and intermodal coordinative institutions, and focuses upon the impact of alternative regulatory policies. Volume IV includes: an introduction; transport economics at the network level; airline policy analysis at the industrial level--a preview; demand in airline markets; airline policy analysis at the firm level--a preview; and a summary and conclusions.
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