Public sector pricing : the case of Singapore's mass rapid transit.
Date of Issue2000
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
Public sector pricing policies are well documented in the previous research literature, they often involve costly and time consuming data gathering and computational requirements, therefore they are not easily adapted to the real-world implementation. Another deficiency of the existing models is that they are not capable of addressing the questions of price efficiency evaluation. Until now, public sector price efficiency evaluation is still a gray area.
DRNTU::Business::Industries and labor
Nanyang Technological University