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regulation of rail-motor rate competition.

Ernest William Williams

regulation of rail-motor rate competition.

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Published by Harper in New York .
Written in English

  • United States. -- Interstate Commerce Commission,
  • Railroads -- United States -- Rates,
  • Transportation, Automotive -- United States -- Rates

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    Issued in 1952 in microfilm form, as thesis, Columbia University, under title: The regulation of rail-motor rate competition by the Interstate Commerce Commission.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 247 p.
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16971216M

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Get this from a library. The regulation of rail-motor rate competition. [Ernest William Williams] -- Issued in in microfilm form, as thesis, Columbia University, under title: The regulation of rail-motor rate competition by the Interstate Commerce Commission.

] BOOK REVIEWS THE REGULATION OF RAIL-MOTOR RATE COMPETITION. BY ERNEST W. WILLIAMS, JR. New York: Harper & Brothers, Pp. ix, $ William E. Rance t With the enactment of the Motor Carrier Act of (now part II of the Interstate Commerce Act) 1 the Interstate Commerce Commission ac.

The permissible relationship between a rate and full costs is frequently tied to the value of the commodity, and rates well above this cost measure may be considered below a reasonable minimum.

' Particularly valuable is ERNEs-r W. VILLIAMS$, JR., THE REGULATION o RAIL. Commission's performance, see Jaffe, Book Review, 65 YALE L.J. io68, (). WILLIAMS, THE REGULATION OF RAIL-MOTOR RATE COMPETITION (). Langdon, supra note 33I, at regulation of rail-motor rate competition.

book. He adds that the decisions "cannot be fitted regulation of rail-motor rate competition. book a consistent pattern. Every case, or so it seems, has been handled on. Notes. See Ernest W. Williams, The Regulation of Rail-Motor Rate Competition (New York: McGraw Hill, ). The Interstate Commerce Commission, in decisions in the s, ’40s, and ’50s repeatedly prevented railroads from moving into other forms of transport such as air and water.

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