Deregulation in European aviation and the evolution of hub-and-spoke networks: impacts on the environment
|Peeters, P., Rietveld, P. & Schipper, Y.|
Peeters, P., Rietveld, P. & Schipper, Y. (2005) Deregulation in European aviation and the evolution of hub-and-spoke networks: impacts on the environment. IN Atzema, O., Rietveld, P. & Shefer, D. (Eds.) Regions, land consumption and sustainable growth. Assessing the impacts of the public and private sectors, 137-153. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
This book provides an in-depth investigation of the role of the private and public sectors in land markets and regional economics, and explores the reasons behind government intervention in the interests of sustainable growth.
1. Public–Private Contributions to Regional Development and Land-use Planning 2. Infrastructure, Suprastructure and Ecostructure: A Portfolio of Sustainable Growth Potentials 3. Institutional Changes on Housing Markets in The Netherlands 4. Determinants of Residential Sprawl in Canadian Metropolitan Areas 5. Translating Employment Concentration into Land Consumption: Results from the Chicago Metropolitan Area 6. Clustering of Software Industries in The Netherlands 7. Privatization and Deregulation of Public Transport: Social and Economic Consequences 8. Deregulation in European Aviation and the Evolution of Hub-and-Spoke Networks: Impacts on the Environment 9. Permanent versus Temporary Public Land Ownership: The Case of the Israel Land Authority 10. The Economic Value of Open Space in Israel: A Tool for Public Policy Formation 11. Scales, Emerging Spatial Structures and Spatial Policy Index Contributors: O.A.L.C. Atzema, F.M. Dieleman, D. Felsenstein, A. Fleischer, P. Hooimeijer, P. Nijkamp, H.S. Otter, P. Peeters, E. Razin, P. Rietveld, Y. Schipper, D. Shefer, B.J. Ubbels, A. van der Veen, E.J. Visser, E. Werczberger
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