A review of the economics of parking
İnci, Eren (2015) A review of the economics of parking. Economics of Transportation (SI), 4 (1-2). pp. 50-63. ISSN 2212-0122 (Print) 2212-0130 (Online)
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecotra.2014.11.001
This paper reviews the literature on parking with an emphasis on economic issues. Parking is not just one of the most important intermediate goods in the economy; it is also a vast use of land. Many theoretical and empirical papers analyze the quantity and pricing of parking by concentrating on particular aspects of the issue. The aspects covered in this review are cruising for parking, spatial competition, (minimum and maximum) parking requirements, parking pricing and road pricing in the bottleneck model, and temporal-spatial pricing. Various forms of parking, including residential parking, shopping mall parking, and employer-provided parking, are also reviewed before identifying understudied topics that should be on the research agenda.
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