English, Article edition: Car Ownership and Economic Development with Forecasts to the Year 2015 Kenneth B. Medlock; Ronald Soligo

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  • Car Ownership and Economic Development with Forecasts to the Year 2015
Author
  • Kenneth B. Medlock
  • Ronald Soligo
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  • This paper examines the effect of economic development on the demand for private motor vehicles for a panel of 28 countries. Utilising the concept of the user cost of capital and the notion that the demand for cars can become saturated, the authors develop a model of the relationship between economic development and per capita private car ownership. They find that saturation levels vary across countries, and that user costs are a significant factor in the evolution of vehicle stocks. Forecasts are generated for each of the countries in the sample, and the implications for future energy-related issues are discussed. © The London School of Economics and the University of Bath 2002
  • RePEc:tpe:jtecpo:v:36:y:2002:i:2:p:163-188
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