This working paper contains the collected papers presented at the
19th Conference of the Australian Institutes of Transport Research
hosted by the Institute of Transport Studies Monash University
between 24th and 26th ...
This paper outlines a new approach to reducing car use in order to
address environmental concerns. The individual action programme,
known as travel blending, aims to encourage individuals to choose a
mixture, or blend, ...
With a “middle class” of 200 million people in a large country where travel
between the major population centres by surface transport can be arduous, India
has a potentially large domestic airline market. In the post-World ...
Privatisation and corporatisation strategies are part of an ongoing
microeconomic reform program aimed at commercialising and
raising efficiency in the public sector. Within this ethos, ownership
and efficiency are ...
Taplin, John H. E.; Hensher, David A.; Smith, Brett(1997-08)
Travel price and time elasticities are increasingly being derived from discrete
choice models of the multinomial or nested logit form. These elasticities are then
applied to obtain predictions of changes in travel demand ...
ACIRRT; Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training(1997-03)
ADAM REPORT # 12, March 1997 1. Wages and Innovative Clauses 2. Trends in Construction and Wholesale/Retail Industry Agreements 3. What Does the Workplace Relations Act, 1996 Mean for Enterprise Bargaining
Public interest in the environment is building as we gain information
about the deterioration in air quality and the potential threat of global
warming. This research addresses the dichotomy between an