Privately-Provided Urban transport Services. Entry Deterrence and Welfare

Privately-Provided Urban transport Services. Entry Deterrence and Welfare

The existence of public utility bus services, often subsidised, is one reason why private carriers are seldom able to enter the market. But entry would usually produce a welfare gain.

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