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The Dublin Taxi Market: Re-regulate or Stay Queuing?
Fingleton, John; Evans, John; Hogan, Oliver
The Dublin Taxi Market: Re-regulate or Stay Queuing? examines how this particular market is performing in terms of meeting the demands placed on it. It looks at the Dublin taxi market from a number of perspectives. The lessons from the international experience with the deregulation of taxi markets are discussed. The analysis of the market draws on relevant economic literature to highlight the broad principles that should apply to any proposed reform. Important public policy concerns such as accessibility, transport considerations and various other social aspects are also considered. The paper contains a detailed blueprint for reform of the Dublin taxi market, which takes into account all these aspects.
Keyword(s): Public Policy; Dublin taxis; Regulation; Ireland
Publication Date:
1998
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Citation(s): John Fingleton, John Evans and Oliver Hogan, The Dublin Taxi Market: Re-regulate or Stay Queuing?, Studies in Public Policy, 3, 1998, pp 1-72
Publisher(s): Trinity College Dublin
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