This paper provides an interpretive review of recent research, concentrating on three areas where new and important insights have been derived during the last years. We present the main ideas in a general unifying framework—there is somewhat more emphasis on a unifying analytical structure, as well as a sufficiently detailed algebraic treatment, of each topic area than in most other surveys. The part on “airport congestion and pricing” is a natural sequel of the survey paper by , who concentrated on theoretical airport pricing studies. We have the obvious opportunity to include more recent material, leading to a more complete guide to the literature. Similarly, the part on “airline alliances” contains up-to-date research on alliance modeling and policy. The part on “airport privatization and regulation” has not been covered by other surveys before. We also elaborate important avenues for future research.
Achim I. Czerny is Assistant Professor of Regulatory Economics at the WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management. He studied Economics at the TU Berlin and holds a Ph.D. from the TU Berlin. His research interest is in Transport Economics and Industrial Organization. His research has been published in Economics of Transportation, Transportation Research Part B, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy and Journal of Regulatory Economics. He was a visiting researcher at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), Kyoto University (Japan), Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Chile), University of Waterloo (Canada), Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China).
more information about Prof. Achim Czerny
To register please send an email to:birgit.kappert(at)the-klu.org
The Lecture Series
The KLU Lecture Series is a forum for scientists and practitioners to talk and discuss on state-of-the art topics related loosely to logistics and entrepreneurship.