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Rethinking Taxi Regulations: The Case for Fundamental Reform

Michael Farren (), Chris Koopman and Matt Mitchell
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Annals of Computational Economics, 2016

Abstract: New technology can disrupt an industry, vastly improving consumer welfare. It can also disrupt policy, vastly improving governance. The advent of “ride-sharing†platforms like Uber and Lyft has prompted regulators everywhere to rethink their approach to t

Date: 2016
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