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Main Title Marketing and mobility : report of a panel of the Interagency Task Force on Motor Vehicle Goals beyond 1980 /
Author Difiglio, Carmen. ; Kulash., Damian
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Author Title of a Work
Kulash, Damian J.
CORP Author United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.; United States. Dept. of Transportation.; United States. Federal Energy Administration.; National Science Foundation (U.S.); Faucett (Jack) Associates, Inc., Chevy Chase, Md.; Federal Energy Administration, Washington, D.C. Office of Industrial Programs.
Publisher National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1976
Report Number PB269106
Stock Number PB-269 106
OCLC Number 03993801
Additional Subjects Motor vehicles--Marketing ; Travel demand ; Econometrics ; Economic models ; Automobiles ; Forecasting ; Automotive fuels ; Prices ; Taxes ; Demand(Economics) ; Energy conservation ; Environmental impacts ; Exhaust emissions ; Air pollution ; Noise pollution ; Traffic safety ; Policies ; Benefit cost analysis
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ELCD  PB-269 106 MICROFICHE NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 05/30/2003
NTIS  PB-269 106 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/27/2020
Collation iv, 9, 222 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Abstract
The report documents an econometric model of automobile and travel demand. This model is designed to estimate the consumer response to changes in automobile price, fuel price, and fuel economy in specific automobile classes (small, mid-size and large) which may be brought about by Federal policies. These policies include automobile excise taxes and rebates based on fuel economy, mandatory fuel economy standard and motor fuel taxes. By combining this behavioral model with a simulation model of automobile manufacturer's behavior, it is possible to estimate the probable impact of these three policies. The marketing and mobility model produces estimates of automobile demand for each of three size classes, sales-weighted new car fuel economy, automobile fleet characteristics, vehicles miles traveled and automobile fuel consumption.
Notes
"Interim report." "PB 269 106." "Prepared for Energy Research and Development Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Transportation, Federal Energy Administration, National Science Foundation." Bibliography: p. 217-222 (3d group)