"Traditionally, the focus of studies in airline deregulation has been that of the US experience. Too little has been written on the experience of other countries. Dipendra Sinha redresses the balance by giving long overdue consideration to airline deregulation in Canada, Australia and New Zealand as well as the move towards deregulation in Asia and Europe, in addition to that of the US." "Useful as a supplementary text for courses in transportation economics and the economics of airlines, this much-needed volume will also have relevance for those outside academia and in the industry itself. Achieving an unparalleled balance between theory and applied study, and between countries, the author makes a unique, therefore essential contribution to the literature on airline deregulation."
|Place of Publication||Aldershot, UK|
|Number of pages||166|
|Publication status||Published - 2001|
- Aeronautics, Commercial--Deregulation