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Kenneth A. Small
Visiting Fellow
ksmall@uci.edu
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Ken Small specializes in urban and transportation issues and environmental economics. Among his recent research topics are urban highway congestion, measurement of value of time and reliability, effects of fuel efficiency standards, public transit pricing, and fuel taxes.
 
Featured Publications
Should Urban Transit Subsidies Be Reduced?
Ian Parry and Kenneth Small
American Economic Review | 2009 | Vol. 99 | 700–724 | Related Discussion Paper 07-38
 
Should Urban Transit Subsidies Be Reduced?
Ian W.H. Parry, Kenneth A. Small
RFF Discussion Paper 07-38 | July 2007
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Does Britain or The United States Have the Right Gasoline Tax?
Ian Parry, Kenneth A. Small
American Economic Review | 2005 | Vol. 95 | pp. 1276-1289 | Related Discussion Paper 02-12
 
Does Britain or the United States Have the Right Gasoline Tax?
Ian W.H. Parry, Kenneth A. Small
RFF Discussion Paper 02-12 | March 2002
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The Value of Value Pricing of Roads: Second-Best Pricing and Product Differentiation
Kenneth A. Small, Jia Yan
RFF Discussion Paper 00-08 | January 2000
 
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JOURNAL ARTICLES
Should Urban Transit Subsidies Be Reduced?
Ian Parry and Kenneth Small
American Economic Review | 2009 | Vol. 99 | 700–724 | Related Discussion Paper 07-38
 
Does Britain or The United States Have the Right Gasoline Tax?
Ian Parry, Kenneth A. Small
American Economic Review | 2005 | Vol. 95 | pp. 1276-1289 | Related Discussion Paper 02-12
 
  
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