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Assessing Consumer Welfare Impacts of Aviation Policy Measures

This paper presents a model framework for estimating second-order network effects and the resulting consumer welfare impacts at hub and non-hub airports. It emphasizes the benefits of looking beyond the initial demand and welfare impacts and identifying risks associated with policy interventions which may arise through the supply side.

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