Course Description

This course examines the economics of significant transportation issues from, between and within the developed world. Demand-side issues, such as changing income levels and locational decisions; supply-side issues, such as the need for adequate funding for urban carriers; and constraints, such as regulation and uncertainty arising from political situations are synthesized.


Prerequisite: ECN 101 or CECN 104 or IND 302 or Direct Entry
Antirequisite: CGMS 803 (formerly MGT 803)

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