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    David R. Graham,Daniel P. Kaplan,Elizabeth E. Bailey
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    The MIT Press; 1st edition (February 8, 1985)
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Deregulating the Airlines.xviii + 243 pp. Charts, tables, appendixes, notes, bibliography, and index. By Elizabeth E. Bailey, David R. Graham and Daniel P. Kaplan. Deregulating the Airlines narrates and analyzes the decisions taken by the Civil Aeronautics Board during the transition to deregulation and the reasoning behind the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978.

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Elizabeth E. Graham. The airline industry has been buffeted by the forces of deregulation since the mid-1970s.

Books from the extended shelves: Bailey, Elizabeth . Deregulating the airlines : an economic analysis, ( : Civil Aeronautics Board, ), also by Daniel P. Kaplan, David R. Graham, and United States. Civil Aeronautics Board. Office of Economic Analysis (page images at HathiTrust).

Bailey, Elizabeth . David R. Deregulating the Airlines. The Social and Economic Consequences of Deregulation. Airline Industry: End of an Era. New York: Praeger, 1982. Brancker, J. W. S. IATA and What It Does. Leiden: A. Sijthoff, 1977. Butler, Gail . and Martin R. Keller, eds. Handbook ofAirline Finance. Dempsey, Paul . and Laurence E. Gesell. Airline Management: Strategies for the 21st Century. Coast Aire Publications, 1997. Kaplan (1985)Deregulating the Airlines, Cambridge: MIT Press. Bailey, Elizabeth E. and Jeffrey R. Williams (1988) ‘Sources of Economic Rent in the Deregulated Airline Industry’,The Journal of Law and Economics 31, 173–202. Borenstein, Severin (1989) ‘Hubs and High Fares: Dominance and Market Power in the . Airline Industry’,Rand Journal of Economics 20, 344–365. Evans, William N. and Ioannis N. Kessides (1993) ‘Localized Market Power in the . Elizabeth E. Graham, Daniel P.

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Deregulating the Airlines narrates and analyzes the decisions taken by the Civil Aeronautics Board during the transition to deregulation and the reasoning behind the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978.

The airline industry has been buffeted by the forces of deregulation since the mid-1970s. Many new firms have entered, some with different price and operating philosophies and some of these have thrived. Other airlines have gone bankrupt. Overall the real cost of air travel has declined considerably; however, the effects have varied dramatically from market to market. Exactly how was this massive experiment envisioned and planned? How has it worked? And how will it work in the long run? Deregulating the Airlines narrates and analyzes the decisions taken by the Civil Aeronautics Board during the transition to deregulation and the reasoning behind the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978. It provides many comparisons of the industry before and after deregulation and uses those data to test the various hypotheses that scholars and politicians have advanced about how markets would behave if regulation were removed. Its findings provide information on both the demand and the cost side that will be important in molding the long-run equilibrium of the industry, and it discusses how quickly the industry is moving toward that equilibrium. For policymakers and students of regulation in particular, this study provides a unique case for contrasting the operation of an industry under close regulatory control and its operation free of such controls. It is able to make use of an unusually large volume of data on the costs, operations, and prices of individual firms to show how markets work and how regulation works. The book's in-depth analysis of the impact of policy changes in the airline industry is drawn in part from the authors' active involvement in implementing the new policies.

Deregulating the Airlines is tenth in the series, Regulation of Economic Activity, edited by Richard Schmalensee.