14 lin mh 2004 strategic airline alliances and

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Unformatted text preview: ", Review of Network Economics, 2, 1-9. [14] Lin, M.H. (2004), "Strategic Airline Alliances and Endogenous Stackelberg Equilibria", Transportation Research Part E, 40, 357-384. [15] Morrison, S.A. and C. Winston (1995), "The Evolution of the Airline Industry", Brookings Institution, Washington, DC. [16] Oum, T.H., A. Zhang and Y. Zhang (1995), "Airline Network Rivalry", Canadian Journal of Economics, 28, 836-85. 20 [17] Oum, C., J.H. Park and A. Zhang (1996), The Effects of Airline Codesharing Agreements on Firm Conduct and International Air Fare", Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 30, 187-202. [18] Park, J.H. (1997), "The Effect of Airline Alliances on Markets and Economic Welfare", Transportation Research Part E, 33, 181-195. [19] Park, J.H. and A. Zhang (1998), "Airline Alliances and Partner Firms' Outputs", Transportation Research Part E, 34, 245-255. 21 Airline 1 Hub H Airline 2 City A City B Airline 3 Hub K Airline 4 Figure 1. Network structure Airline 1 Hub H Airline 2 City A Airline 5 City B Airline 3 Hub K Airline 4 Figure 2. Network structure with direct non-stop competition ...
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