My recent research has explored the impact of regional economic intergration on business behavior and the role of government policy in shaping competition in the international airline industry.
education and training
- Ph.D. in Economics, Yale University - (New Haven, Connecticut, United States) 1973
- M.Phil. in Economics, Yale University - (New Haven, Connecticut, United States) 1971
- B.A. in , Washington and Lee University - (Lexington, Virginia, United States) 1969
- Baldwin, G., & Pustay, M. W. (2004). Trade and transportation: The impact of the 1995 transborder air services accord. Transportation Journal. 43(2), 5-15.
- Collard, C., Pustay, M., Roquilly, C., & Zardkoohi, A. (2001). Competitive cross-couponing: A comparison of French and US perspectives. JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY & MARKETING. 20(1), 64-72.
- Pustay, M. W. (1999). Competition and concentration in Canadian-US transborder aviation markets. Transportation Journal. 38(4), 5-17.
- PUSTAY, M. W. (1992). TOWARD A GLOBAL AIRLINE INDUSTRY - PROSPECTS AND IMPEDIMENTS. Logistics & Transportation Review. 28(1), 103-128.
- ZARDKOOHI, A., & PUSTAY, M. (1989). DOES TRANSFERABILITY AFFECT THE SOCIAL COSTS OF LICENSING. PUBLIC CHOICE. 62(2), 187-190.
Texas A&M University; Management; 4221 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4221