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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: services, warranted, pathology, certain, modifying, payments, medicare
Number of Pages: 32
ISBN-10: 1428942351
ISBN-13: 9781428942356

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: improving, further, steps, warranted, programs, collection, cftc, fines, followup, sec
Number of Pages: 51
ISBN-10: 1428943137
ISBN-13: 9781428943131

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: system, retirement, warranted, report, committees, congressional, reserve, changes, dod, personnel, needs, data, costly, determine, military
Number of Pages: 61
ISBN-10: 1428937404
ISBN-13: 9781428937406

Author: United States, Committee on Finance, Senate, Commi
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: committee, senate, finance, ways, means, representatives, house, report, care, hospice, modifications, payment, warranted, methodology, medicare
Number of Pages: 36
ISBN-10: 1428937285
ISBN-13: 9781428937284

Author: Dominique Van de Walle
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: reduce, poverty, investments, road, rural, choosing
Number of Pages: 36
Published: 2000

A change in the transport sector's current approach to selecting rural road investments is warranted. A proposed approach builds on some of the poverty-focused "hybrid" methods found in recent rural road appraisals, recognizing that an important share of the benefits to the poor from rural roads cannot be measured in monetary terms.

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: taxi, industry, regulation, tables, round, ecmt
Number of Pages: 169
Published: 2007-03-01
ISBN-10: 9282101150
ISBN-13: 9789282101155

This Round Table examines the basic case for liberalisation of the taxi industry, and reviews experiences with taxi (de-)regulation in OECD and ECMT member countries. There are a number of aspects to regulation of the taxi industry including entry, price and service quality regulation. The discussions of these aspects concluded that little empirical evidence supported the argument that entry restrictions improved capacity utilisation. On the contrary, the case could be made that increased entry and associated economies of density, as well as shorter passenger waiting times, warranted subsidies

Author: Brian J. Lepore
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: defense, needs, scope, access, program, roads, transportation, warranted, level, infrastructure, federal, interagency, coordination, address
Number of Pages: 51
Published: 2011-05-01
ISBN-10: 1437982204
ISBN-13: 9781437982206

The unprecedented growth at 26 military installations across the country due to the implementation of several concurrent DoD initiatives is expected to stress transportation needs for surrounding communities. The Defense Access Roads program, while small when compared to other transportation funding sources, provides a means for DoD to pay a share of the cost of highway improvements due to unusual and sudden DoD-generated activities. This report: (1) assessed the use of the program to mitigate transportation needs; and (2) identified additional steps that may be necessary to address unmet tran
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