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ITEA webinar 2020 series - Shared screen with speaker view
Carlos Olarte
38:50
Understood
Ricardo Flores-Fillol
40:34
You could write your questions here.
MARC IVALDI
42:53
Why not looking at airport as two-sided platform?
Moez Kilani
49:50
what is "e" (the effort) ?
Nicole Adler
50:04
he said investment
Moez Kilani
54:50
Thanks Nicole
iPhone di Tiziana
55:27
i can understand the demand for cs is a subset of as, but given the advancements in the state of the art, assuming that the surplus coming from ca does not stimulate the demand for as seems restrictive. one way to do that in a continuus setting is inclduing a level of myopia in consumer utility regardind surplus from concession service (see florea fillol iozzi valletti on jems)
Ramón Núñez
56:12
Why do you assume that airport-airline is vertically integrated?.
Nicole Adler
57:25
Why assume that passengers are 'trapped' and must pay for commercial services?
Carlos Olarte
58:42
I think the operators and IM are not always vertically integrated, isn't it?
Carlos Olarte
01:00:29
what about the negative externality on the environment on the social welfare function? more over after covid 19?
Xi Wan
01:01:15
I think he said passengers buy commercial goods if their valuation is high enough
MARC IVALDI
01:21:09
Is there any potential endogeneity problem between the revenue and the decision to move?
MARC IVALDI
01:26:59
Could we say that it is hurtung the total welfare?
Nicole Adler
01:27:42
women are more likely to work part time. does this impact your conclusions?
MariaB
01:28:37
Are there any difference in the gender gap wrt cost of commuting time depending on job sector or income level?
Moez Kilani
01:48:00
New cars pollute much less than old cars ; so, restriction or pollution is expected toreduce car usage,
Moez Kilani
01:48:08
and then replacement cycles
MARC IVALDI
01:49:42
Yes, it also dépends on the intensity of the usage
Moez Kilani
01:49:48
New cars pollute much less than old cars ; so, restriction or pollution is expected toreduce car usage,and then increases replacement cycles, keeping more polluting cars on streets; policies should be careful about this point that André de Palma and I have discussed in an IJIO paper in 2008.
Moez Kilani
01:51:30
or toll (not pollution), sorry
MARC IVALDI
01:57:47
we should have taxes that depend on mileage
Julian Gomez
01:58:30
Toll exemptions in Bogota are going to be for 6 months or a year (not daily), what impact you think this can have?
Carlos Olarte
01:58:39
how to attend the subject of affordability for poor people that use their private car as a tool for their jobs even if restrictions are not very high? it seems to be a big problem
Carlos Olarte
02:00:13
if public services are well developed, restrictions will have very negative impacts as shown in Bogota...
Quentin Hoarau
02:00:49
How are those driving restrictions monitored in Santiago ? Is the compliance high ?
Carlos Olarte
02:01:32
but again, the question of the affordability to cars that polluate less for poor people is a the biggest issue. How to deal with?
MARC IVALDI
02:27:47
Why do Airlines keep thes programs
Eren Inci
02:36:06
Thank you very much everyone!
Leonardo Basso (ISCI)
02:36:08
It was great to "see you all