No. 2017:14: The distance factor in Swedish bus contracts: how far are operators willing to go?
No. 2017:13: How many want to drive the bus? analyzing the number of bids for public transport bus contracts
No. 2017:12: The role of economic analysis for investment priorities in Sweden’s transport sector
No. 2017:11: Recommendation for a new commodity classification for the national freight model Samgods
No. 2017:10: Cycling tolls and optimal number of bus stops: the importance of congestion and crowding
No. 2017:9: The city as a driver of new mobility patterns, cycling and gender equality: travel behaviour trends in Stockholm 1985-2015
No. 2017:8: Public transport authorities’ use of cost-benefit analysis in practice
No. 2017:7: A model for strategic planning of sustainable urban transport in Scandinavia: a case study of Uppsala
No. 2017:6: Public transport: one mode or several?
No. 2017:5: The impact of career concerns and cognitive dissonance on bureaucrats’ use of cost-benefit analysis
No. 2017:4: Should values of time be differentiated?
No. 2017:3: Cost-benefit analysis of transport improvements in the presence of spillovers, matching and an income tax
No. 2017:2: The Swedish congestion charges: ten years on: - and effects of increasing charging levels
No. 2017:1: Modelling the attraction of shopping centres
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