Inter-Regional Congestion Pricing Model Considering Emissions
作者: 檀朝武 ：上海海事大学，上海;
Abstract: This paper analyzes the game behavior of inter-regional congestion pricing using a two-level model; the upper-level is the model of the overall welfare of the region; the lower-level is the traffic distribution model in the traffic network. Then the results are analyzed by using the game theory. The results show that the total social welfare under competition is superior to the total welfare under cooperation, but it can achieve certain benefits comparing with the situation of not charging.
文章引用: 檀朝武 (2017) 考虑排放的区域间拥挤收费博弈模型。 管理科学与工程， 6， 124-131. doi: 10.12677/MSE.2017.63015
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