The Business of Australia's Railways: Proceedings from the Australian Railways Business and Economics Conference, Perth Australia, 20th July 2009
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Larsen, Paul and Brennan, Timothy and Wang, Jian and Charles, Michael and Hughes, Brett and Mahendran, Anusha and Wills-Johnson, Nick. 2009. In Wills-Johnson, N. (ed), The Business of Australia's Railways: Proceedings from the Australian Railways Business and Economics Conference, Perth Australia, 20th July 2009. Perth, Western Australia: Centre for Research in Applied Economics, CBS, Curtin.
The business of Australia's railways: Proceedings from the Australian Railways Business and Economics Conference, Perth Australia, 20th July 2009
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