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Die wirtschaftlichen Wettbewerbsgrenzen des Kraftwagen- und Eisenbahnverkehrs

  • Emil Merkert

Zusammenfassung

In diesem Abschnitt soll die Ökonomik des Kraftwagen- und Eisenbahnverkehrs verglichen werden. Der Eisenbahnverkehr wurde einbezogen, um den Kraftwagenverkehr durch eine Gegenüberstellung mit dem älteren Verkehrsmittel in seiner Charakteristik besser hervortreten zu lassen. Die Ökonomik des Eisenbahnverkehrs wird aber nur soweit behandelt, als es für die Kennzeichnung des Wesens des Kraftwagenverkehrs zweckdienlich erscheint.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Emil Merkert
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  1. 1.Feuerbach-StuttgartDeutschland

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