|Date of Publication||22 September 2011|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
Gunnar Lindberg VTI and Centre for Transport Studies (CTS) Sweden
|Tags||Accidents, Automobiles, Costs, Economic Loss, Externalities, Injuries, Insurance, Insurance Companies, International Transport, Passengers, Transport Economics, Wage Incentives, Weight|
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