Peak-load Pricing and the Channel Tunnel. A Re-examination

Peak-load Pricing and the Channel Tunnel. A Re-examination

The authors re-examine the conclusions reached by Stephen Glaister in an article in this Journal in May 1976. They conclude that he overestimated the capacity that would have been required under uniform pricing, and also the price differentials required under peak-load pricing to reduce capacity and increase profit.

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