International Conference on Economics of Transportation (ICETSP - 23)

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We are pleased to announce the upcoming International Conference on Economics of Transportation   (ICETSP - 23), taking place on 28th November 2023 in California, USA. Our conference serves as a forum for researchers, scientists, academicians, policymakers, and industry experts from all backgrounds to convene and share their expertise and insights. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in stimulating discussions, exchange ideas, and establish valuable connections.

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