(Last updated : 2022-09-02 11:54:53)
  LIN Minghsin
   Department   Osaka University of Economics  Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics
   Position   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2011/06 Airline alliances with low cost carriers
2. 2010 Airline Alliances with Low Cost Carriers
3. 2010 Spoke-entry and airline network reformation (International Forum on shipping, Ports and Airports)
4. 2010 Spoke-entry and hub-shifting in a simple airline network (Asia-Pacific Economic Association)
5. 2009 Airlines-within-airlines strategies and entry of low-cost carriers
■ Books and Articles
1. 2022/09 Article Pricing regime choices for international airports: A rationale for the non-discrimination principle Economics of Transportation  (Single) Link
2. 2021/12 Article Airport pricing and capacity: Schedule versus congestion delays Research in Transportation Economics 90,pp.1-14 (Single) Link
3. 2020/10 Article Congestion pricing and capacity for internationally interlinked airports Transportation Research Part B 142,pp.126-142 (Single) Link
4. 2020/02 Article Vertical differentiation and airline alliances: The effect of antitrust immunity Regional Science and Urban Economics 81,pp.1-16 (Collaboration) Link
5. 2019/01 Article Airport congestion and capacity when carriers are asymmetric International Journal of Industrial Organization 62,pp.273-290 (Single) Link
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■ Business career
1. 2012/04~ Osaka University of Economics Faculty of Economics Department of Economics Professor
2. 2007/04~2012/04 Osaka University of Economics Faculty of Economics Department of Economics Associate Professor
■ Main Subject
Industrial Organization, Economics of Transoprtation
■ Belonging society
1. Air Transport Research Society (ATRS)
2. Canadian Economics Association
3. 2018/06~ International Transportation Economics Association
4. 2018/06~ ∟ Scientific Committee
■ researchmap Researcher code
■ Present specialized field
Economic policy (Key Word:The Economics of Network Industries, Privatization of Public Enterprises)