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MANAGEMENT OF A SHARED , AUTONOMOUS , ELECTRIC VEHICLE FLEET : 1 IMPLICATIONS OF PRICING SCHEMES 2 3

@inproceedings{Chen2015MANAGEMENTOA,
  title={MANAGEMENT OF A SHARED , AUTONOMOUS , ELECTRIC VEHICLE FLEET : 1 IMPLICATIONS OF PRICING SCHEMES 2 3},
  author={T. Donna Chen and Kara M. Kockelman and Eugene Paul Schoch},
  year={2015}
}
1 IMPLICATIONS OF PRICING SCHEMES 2 3 T. Donna Chen 4 Assistant Professor 5 Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering 6 The University of Virginia 7 tdchen@virginia.edu 8 9 Kara M. Kockelman 10 (Corresponding author) 11 E.P. Schoch Professor of Engineering 12 Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering 13 The University of Texas at Austin 14 kkockelm@mail.utexas.edu 15 Phone: 512-471-0210 16 17 ABSTRACT 18 This paper models the market potential of a fleet of shared… 

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