Myopic Investment Rules and Toll Charges in a transport Network

Myopic Investment Rules and Toll Charges in a transport Network

The author differs from the conclusions of Dafermos and Sparrow in this Journal in May 1971. He develops a model and decides that under simple conditions a myopic investment rule is adequate for a road or a network if congestion tolls are applied.

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