Péage urbain et équité: une revue de la littérature
Stéphanie Souche-Le Corvec
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Urban road pricing and equity: a survey of literature. The equity of the road pricing focuses many search works: Richardson (1974), Jara-Diaz (1989), Jones (1991, 1992, 2002), Giuliano (1992), Gomez-Ibanez (1992), Banister (1994), Emmerink and alii (1995), Rietveld, Verhoef (1998), Wardman and alii (2002). The high number and their contradictory conclusions of those works imply to tack stock of their main results. The subject of this paper is to make a survey of the literature on the equity of the urban road pricing. Through display of the different search work, firstly we show the different equity senses in the case of road pricing, for finally establish or not a " common learning " on this topic. Then, we detail two central questions to judge the equity of this new measure: ermarking [Goodwin (1989), Jones (1991, 2002), Small (1992, 1993), Hau (1992), Verhoef and alii (1997)], and influence of the liberty of choice [Jones (1991), Baron, Jurney (1993), Frey, Pommerehne (1993), Schlag, Teubel (1997), Jakobsson and alii (2000)]. Finally, it is necessary to take into account the local (existing alternatives, location of households and employments, new infrastructure) and national contexts (national taxes, competitivity of the transport sector, objective of this measure).
Keywords: péage urbain; équité; affectation des recettes; liberté de choix; contexte local; contexte national (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Les Cahiers scientifiques du transport , AFITL, 2003, pp. 119-146
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