Marshallian demands of intercity passenger transport in Spain: 1980-1992. An economic analysis
Pablo Coto-Millán (),
José Baños-Pino and
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 1997, vol. 33, issue 2, 79-96
In this study, a theoretical model for the passenger transport demands in Spain is presented. The data is used for the 1980.I-1992.IV quarterly period, and several equations are estimated for the different modes of transport: railway (Talgo), railway (long distance); road and air transport. Cointegration techniques, which are subject to a wide range of contrasts, are used to obtain short and long term equations. The product, price and cross-elasticities of each mode of transport are obtained. These estimations may be used to analyse the effects of transport tariffs on income changes, as well as to predict short- and long-term traffics.
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