The economics of pricing parking

Friday, 30 January 2004

We treat parking as a common property resource and examine the benefits of pricing it. Without pricing, parking close to the destination will be excessive, and will fall off more rapidly than is socially optimal. The optimal pattern is attained under private ownership if each parking owner prices in a monopolistically competitive manner.

Economics of pricing parking_Elsevier_2004.pdf

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