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Quasi-public operating Bus nature of the public interest as a moral hazard - Game theoretical approach as the Yeosu area cases
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 Title & Authors
Quasi-public operating Bus nature of the public interest as a moral hazard - Game theoretical approach as the Yeosu area cases
Lee, Moo-Seong;
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 Abstract
As examples of the region's transition to quasi-public goods a previous stage of full public goods also extremely limited in research. However, in this way can it compensate for this paper as a system to minimize moral hazard by electronic information and communication systems focused on safety in accordance with the methods and gave public goods introduction of grafting of electronic information systems played the Yeosu area to specific cases I went to the deployment.
 Keywords
Game Theory;Industrial Safe;Quasi-Public Operating;Moral Hazard;Public Good(s);
 Language
English
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