ITEA Newsletter

Now available two recent columns by Clifford Winston and Robert W. Poole. NEW!

Generating Greater Interest in Transportation Economics among Economists, by Clifford Winston Brookings Institution July 2013

"If you are reading this column, you probably already have an interest in transportation economics and are therefore wondering why the subject needs to be raised in the first place. My explanation is simple…" More…

A New Way to Finance Interstate Highways, by Robert W. Poole, Jr.

"The United States faces two major problems in its highway system today. First, the largest and most valuable component of that system--the Interstates--is wearing out and needs to be reconstructed and modernized. Second…" More…

Previous columns, "Cost Benefit Analysis in Crisis" by Emile Quinet, "Planners and Parking Requirements" by Don Shoup, and "Political Obstacles to Road Pricing and Possible Solutions" by Antonio Russo available here:

ITEA Newsletter 2/2012

ITEA Newsletter 1/2012

The editor of the Newsletter is Robin Lindsey.

Journals of Interest

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Use of economic instruments for the promotion of clean vehicles NEW! NEW!

Research in Transportation Economics invites papers regarding Use of economic instruments for the promotion of clean vehicles for a special issue of the journal. The special issue will be guest-edited by Laurent Franckx and Inge Mayeres. Call for Papers

 

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Austerity and Sustainable Transportation NEW!

Research in Transportation Economics invites papers regarding Austerity and Sustainable Transportation for a special issue of the journal. The special issue will be guest-edited by Sara Ferreira and António Couto. Call for Papers

 

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Fuel Cell Vehicles NEW!

Research in Transportation Economics invites papers regarding Fuel Cell Vehicles considered for a special issue of the journal. The special issue will be guest-edited by Joan Ogden. Call for Papers

 

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Economics of Transportation in Honor of Herbert Mohring

Economics of Transportation invites papers for a Special Issue in Honor of Herbert Mohring. The special issue will be guest-edited by Marvin Kraus. Call for Papers

 

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Electric Vehicles: Modelling Demand and Market Penetration

European Transport \ Trasporti Europei Journal invites papers regarding Electric vehicles: modelling demand and market penetration considered for a special issue of the journal. The special issue will be guest-edited by Jerome Massiani and Romeo Danielis. Call for Papers

 

ITEA News

Economics of Transportation: Journal of the ITEA

ITEA and Elsevier have agreed to produce a new journal, Economics of Transportation: Journal of the ITEA. Economics of Transportation is a journal for scholarly papers in transportation economics. The journal has started in 2012, and its founding co-editors are Mogens Fosgerau and Erik Verhoef. The journal aims to uphold the highest standards of scientific originality and quality. The journal web site can be found here.

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Economics of Transportation
The official journal of the International Transportation Economics Association

Special Issue in Transportation Research

A new special issue in Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice, based on papers presented at the Kuhmo Nectar conference in Valencia in 2010, is available, The co-editors are Mogens Fosgerau and Kenneth Small. Volume 46, no. 6, July 2012

 

Forthcoming

A Kuhmo Nectar special issue in Transportation Research, Part C: Emerging Technologies, edited by Robin Lindsey, is forthcoming.

Forthcoming Conferences

A symposium on the "Future of fuel taxes", 18-19 Sept 2014, Centre for Transport Studies, KHT Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Program committee: Maria Börjesson (KTH), Jonas Eliasson (KTH), Jan-Eric Nilsson (VTI & KTH), Ian Parry (IMF), Stef Proost (KTH & KULeuven), Kurt Van Dender (OECD) NEW! NEW!

Online Access to ECOTRA!

Members of the International Transportation Economics Association (ITEA) have now free live online access to Economics of Transportation: Journal of the ITEA (ECOTRA). The journal is published by Elsevier.

In order to get access to the journal, please join the ITEA or, if a member for 2013, renew your membership for 2014.

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