Discussion Papers

 

The JTRC Discussion Paper Series makes economic research commissioned or carried out at the Joint Transport Research Centre available to researchers and practitioners. The aim is to contribute to the understanding of the transport sector and to provide inputs to transport policy design. The Discussion Papers are not edited by the JTRC and they reflect the author's opinions alone.

 

  • New The Mediterranean Port Economy: The cases of Marseille and Mersin
    Olaf MERK, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2014-09 August 2014

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  • New Time Efficiency at World Container Ports
    César DUCRUET, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris, France. Hidekazu ITOH, School of Business Administration, Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya, Japan & Olaf MERK, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2014-08 August 2014

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  • Contemporary Airport Demand Forecasting: Choice Models and Air Transport Forecasting
    Benedikt MANDEL, MKmetric GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2014-07 April 2014

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  • Building Supply Chain Resilience: A Review of Challenges and Strategies
    Alan McKINNON, Kühne Logistics University Hamburg, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2014-06 July 2014

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  • Urban Rail Development in Tokyo from 2000 to 2010
    Hironori KATO,The University of Tokyo, Japan
    Discussion Paper No 2014-05, March 2014

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  • Planning and Designing Transport Systems to Ensure Safe Travel for Women
    Geetam TIWARI, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India
    Discussion Paper No 2014-04, March 2014

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  • Port Investment and Container Shipping Markets: Roundtable Summary and Conclusions
    Mary R. BROOKS, Dalhousie University, Canada, Thanos PALLIS, University of the Aegean, Greece and Stephen PERKINS, International Transport Forum,  France
    Discussion Paper No 2014-03, April 2014

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  • Valuing Convenience in Public Transport: Roundtable Summary and Conclusions
    Mark WARDMAN, University of Leeds, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2014-02, April 2014

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  •  Valuation of Urban Rail Service: Experiences from Tokyo, Japan
    Hironori KATO, The University of Tokyo, Japan
    Discussion Paper No 2014-01, January 2014

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    Other languages: Évaluation des services ferroviaires. Expériences à Tokyo, Japon.   Cliquer por télécharger

  • Carbon Emissions and Cost Benefit Analyses
    Svante MANDELL, VTI Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, Linköping, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2013-32, November 2013

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  • Factoring sustainable development into project appraisal: a French View
    Emile QUINET, École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris, France
    Discussion Paper No 2013-31, October 2013

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    Other languages: Prise en compte du développement durable dans l’évaluation des projets : Un point de vue français.  Cliquer por télécharger

  • The Economics of Investment in High-Speed Rail: Summary and Conclusions
    John PRESTON, University of Southampto, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2013-30, December 2013

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  • New Entry in the Italian High-Speed Rail Market
    Fabio CROCCOLO, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, Italy
    Discussion Paper No 2013-29, October 2013

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  • Financial and Economic Assessment of China’s High-Speed Rail Investments
    Jianhong WU, Beijing Jiatong University, China
    Discussion Paper No 2013-28 December 2013

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  • Shinkansen Investment before and after JNR Reform
    Fumio KUROSAKI, Institute of Transportation Economics in Japan, Tokyo, Japan
    Discussion Paper No 2013-27 December 2013

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  • High-Speed Rail Performance in France: From Appraisal Methodologies to Ex-post Evaluation
    Yves CROZET, Laboratoire d’Economie des Transports (LET), Université de Lyon, France
    Discussion Paper No 2013-26 December 2013

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  • When to Invest in High-Speed Rail
    Christopher NASH, University of Leeds, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2013-25 December 2013

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  • Expanding Airport Capacity under Constraints in Large Urban Areas: Summary and Conclusions of the Roundtable held on 21-22 February 2013
    David THOMPSON, Consultant; Stephen PERKINS and Kurt VAN DENDER, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2013-24 December 2013

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  • Why airports can face price-elastic demands: margins, lumpiness and leveraged passenger losses
    David STARKIE, Case Associated, London, UK & George YARROW Hertford College, Oxford University, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2013-23, December 2013

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  • Liner Shipping Markets, Networks and Strategies. The implications for port development on the West Coast of South America. The case of Chile
    Gordon WILMSMEIER, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
    Discussion Paper No 2013-22, Revised May 2014

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  • Puerto de Gran Escala - The case for a new container terminal in central Chile
    Alexis MICHEA, Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications, Chile
    Discussion Paper No 2013-20, October 2013

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  • Efficient Hinterland Transport Infrastructure and Services for Large Container Ports
    Michele ACCIARO, Alan MCKINNON, The Kühne Logistics University (KLU), Hamburg, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2013-19, October 2013

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  • On the value of Crowding in Public Tansport for Île-de-France
    Eric KROES & Marco KOUWENHOVEN, Significance - VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Laurence DEBRINCAT & Nicolas PAUGET, Syndicat des Transports d’Île-de-France
    Discussion Paper No 2013-18, September 2013

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  • Valuing Convenience in Public Transport in the Korean Context
    Sungwon LEE, The Korea Transport Institute, Goyang-si, Korea
    Discussion Paper No 2013-17, September 2013

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  •   Measuring and Valuing Convenience and Service Quality: A Review of Global Practices and Challenges from Mass Transit Operators and Railway Industries
    Richard ANDERSON, Benjamin CONDRY, Nicholas FINDLAY, Ruben BRAGE-ARDAO & Haojie LI, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2013-16, REVISED December 2013

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  •  Airports in the Aviation Value Chain: Financing, Returns, Risk and Investment
    Michael W. TRETHEWAY and Kate MARKHVIDA, InterVISTAS Consulting, Canada
    Discussion Paper No 2013-15, May 2013

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  • The Potential of Private Institutional Investors for the Financing of Transport Infrastructure
    Rajiv SHARMA, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2013-14, May 2013

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  • Asset Management for Sustainable Road Funding
    Philippe CRIST and Jari KAUPPILA, International Transport Forum, José VASSALLO, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, Butch WLASCHIN, Federal Highway Administration, Washington DC, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2013-13, April 2013

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  • Railway Efficiency: An Overview and a Look at Opportunities for Improvement
    Arne BECK, Heiner BENTE and Martin SCHILLING, Civity Management Consultants
    Discussion Paper No 2013-12, May 2013

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  • Public Private Partnership in National Highways: Indian Perspective
    Gajendra HALDEA, Planning Commission, Government of India
    Discussion Paper No 2013-11, April 2013

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    Other languages: Les partenariats public-privé pour développer le réseau routier national : une perspective indienne Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Internalisation of external effects in European freight corridors
    Anna MELLIN, Åsa WIKBERG, Inge VIERTH and Rune KARLSSON, VTI, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2013-10, April 2013

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  • Recent Trends in Car Usage in Advanced Economies – Slower Growth Ahead? Summary and Conclusions of the ITF/OECD Roundtable on Long-run Trends in Car Use, Paris, 29-30 November 2012
    Kurt VAN DENDER and Martin CLEVER, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2013-09, April 2013

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    Other languages: Évolution récente de l’utilisation de la voiture dans les économies avancées – Vers un ralentissement de la croissance ? Cliquer pour télécharger


  • Road Haulage Charges and Taxes: Summary analysis and data tables 1998-2012
    Bertil HYLÉN, VTI, Sweden, Jari KAUPPILA and Edouard CHONG, International Transport Forum Discussion Paper No 2013-08, April 2013

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    Other languages: Taxes et redevances dans le transport routier de marchandises.  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Budgeting and Reporting for Public-Private Partnerships
    Katja FUNKE, Tim IRWIN  & Isabel RIAL, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. USA
    Discussion Paper No 2013-07, April 2013

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  • Better Regulation of Public-Private Partnerships for Transport Infrastrucutre: Summary and Conclusions
    Stephen PERKINS, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2013-06, April 2013

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    Other languages: Améliorer la Réglementation des Partenariats Public-Privé pour les Infrastructures de Transport.  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Airport Capacity Expansion Strategies in the Era of Airline Multi-hub Networks
    Guillaume BURGHOUWT, SEO Economic Research, The Netherlands.
    Discussion Paper No 2013-05, February 2013

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  • Expanding Airport Capacity Under Constraints in Large Urban Areas: The German Experience
    Hans-Martin NIEMEIER, University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany.
    Discussion Paper No 2013-04, March 2013

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  • Evolution of Metropolitan Airports in Japan: Airport Development in Tokyo and Osaka
    Katsuhiro YAMAGUCHI, Visiting Researcher, Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo, Japan; Visiting Fellow, OECD/ITF.
    Discussion Paper No 2013-03, February 2013

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  • Air Capacity for Sydney
    Peter FORSYTH, Monash University, Australia
    Discussion Paper No 2013-02, February 2013

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  • Upgrading to World Class: The Future of the New York Region’s Airports
    Jeffrey M. ZUPAN, Regional Plan Association, New York, United States.
    Discussion Paper No 2013-01, February 2013

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  • Are We Heading Towards a Reversal of the Trend for Ever-Greater Mobility?
    Jean-Loup MADRE, Directeur, Département Economie et Sociologie des Transports, IFSTTAR, and Yves D. BUSSIERE, Professor – Researcher, BUAP, Puebla, Mexico.
    Discussion Paper No 2012-16, October 2012

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    Other languages: Va-t-on vers une inversion de la tendance à toujours plus de mobilité ? Cliquer pour télécharger

  • New drivers in mobility: What moves the Dutch in 2012 and beyond?
    Jan VAN DER WAARD, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, Ben IMMERS, Scientific Director, TRAIL Research School, Delft, and Peter JORRITSMA, KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis.
    Discussion Paper No 2012-15, October 2012

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    Other languages: Les nouveaux déterminants de la mobilité aux Pays-Bas, en 2012 et au-delà Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Have Americans Hit Peak Travel? A Discussion of the Changes in US Driving Habits
    Robert PUENTES, Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution
    Discussion Paper No 2012-14, Revised February 2013

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  • Peak Travel, Peak Car and the Future of Mobility: Evidence, Unresolved Issues, and Policy Implications, and a Research Agenda
    Phil GOODWIN, Professor of Transport Policy, Centre for Transport and Society, University of the West of England, UK.
    Discussion Paper No 2012-13, October 2012

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  • Optimising Road Maintenance
    Mark O. HARVEY, Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE, Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Canberra, Australia
    Discussion Paper No 2012-12, October 2012

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  • Procurement and Contract Design in the Construction Industry … not one size fits all
    Jan-Eric NILSSON, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI) Stockholm, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2012-11, October 2012

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  • Performance Measurement in the Road Sector: A Cross-Country Review of Experience
    Matthew KARLAFTIS and Konstantinos KEPAPTSOGLOU, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Discussion Paper No 2012-10, October 2012

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    Other languages: Mesure des performances dans le secteur routier :État des lieux transnational Cliquer pour télécharger

  • A Roadmap to Funding Infrastructure Development
    Carlos UGARTE, Gabriel GUTIERREZ and Nick PHILLIPS, Cintra Infraestructuras, S.A., Spain
    Discussion Paper No 2012-09, September 2012

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    Other languages: Feuille de route pour le financement du développement des infrastructures.  Cliquez ici pour télécharger

  • Alternative Ways of Financing Infrastructure Investment. Potential for ‘Novel’ Financing Models
    Andrew MEANEY and Peter HOPE, Oxera Consulting Ltd, Oxford, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2012-07, September 2012

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    Other languages: Modèles alternatifs de financement desinvestissements dans les infrastructures : Les perspectives offertes par les modèles de financement « innovants » Cliquer pour télécharger


  • The Fantasy World of Private Finance for Transport via Public Private Partnerships
    Jean SHAOUL, Anne STAFFORD and Pam STAPLETON, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2012-06, September 2012

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    Other languages: Le rêve utopiques du financement privé des transports par les partenariats public-privé.   Cliquer pour télécharger
  • Seamless Transport Policy: Institutional and Regulatory Aspects of Inter-Modal Coordination
    Stephen PERKINS, International Transport Forum, Paris, France
    Discussion Paper No 2012-05, May 2012

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    Other languages: Quelles politiques pour des transports sans rupture ? Aspects institutionnels et réglementaires de la coordination intermodale.  Cliquez pour télécharger

  • Measurement of National-level Logistics Costs and Performance
    Karri RANTASILA, and Professor Lauri OJALA, Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku, Finland
    Discussion Paper No 2012-04, April 2012

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  • Electric Vehicles Revisited – Costs, Subsidies and Prospects
    Philippe Crist, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2012-03, April 2012

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  • Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles: Made for Each Other?
    Trevor MORGAN, Menecon Consulting, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2012-02, April 2012

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  • Integration for Seamless Transport
    John PRESTON, University of Southampton, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2012-01, April 2012

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  • Maintained hypotheses and questions in search of answers
    Marc GAUDRY, Université de Montréal, Canada and Émile QUINET, École des Ponts ParisTech (ENPC), France
    Discussion Paper No 2011-29, February 2012

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    Other languages: Hypothèses de base et questions soumises à examen ?  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • The ‘Grand Paris’ Project: Tools and Challenges
    André DE PALMA, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France
    Discussion Paper No 2011-28, October 2011

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    Other languages: Le Grand Paris : Quels outils, quels enjeux ?  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • The evolution of London’s Crossrail Scheme and the development of the Department for Transport’s economic appraisal methods
    Tom WORSLEY, Institute for Transport Studies (ITS), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2011-27, October 2011

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    Other languages: Hypothèses de base et questions soumises à examen ?  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Accident Cost, Speed and Vehicle Mass Externalities, and Insurance
    Lars HULTKRANTZ Orebro University, Sweden & Gunnar LINDBERG VTI and Centre for Transport Studies, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2011-26, October 2011

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  • Road Safety and Insurance Markets Overview
    Andrew FRONSKO Transport Accident Commission, Australia
    Discussion Paper No 2011-25, October 2011

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  • Road Safety - the Experience of the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia
    Samantha COCKFIELD Transport Accident Commission, Australia
    Discussion Paper No 2011-24, October 2011

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  • Pay-as-you-Drive Vehicle Insurance as a Tool to Reduce Crash Risk: Results so far and further potential
    Jan Willem BOLDERDIJK and Linda STEG University of Groningen, The Netherlands
    Discussion Paper No 2011-23, October 2011

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  • A Framework for Assessing the Marginal External Accident Cost of Road Use and its Implications for Insurance Ratemaking
    Lasse FRIDSTRØM Institute of Transport Economics (TØI), Norway
    Discussion Paper No 2011-22, October 2011

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  • Public Acceptability of Sustainable Transport Measures: A Review of the Literature
    Alison PRIDMORE & Apollonia MIOLA, European Commission – Joint Research Centre, Institute for Environment and Sustainability
    Discussion Paper No 2011-20, May 2011

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  • Equitable Access: Remote and Rural Communities 'Transport Needs'
    Peter WHITE, University of Westminster, London, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2011-19, May 2011

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  • Key Mobility Challenges in Indian Cities
    Geetam TIWARI, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
    Discussion Paper No 2011-18, May 2011

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  • State Roles in Providing Affordable Mass Transport Services for Low-Income Residents
    Robert CERVERO, University of California Berkeley, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2011-17, May 2011

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  • What Does Improved Fuel Economy Cost Consumers and What Does it Cost Taxpayers?  Some illustrations
    Kurt VAN DENDER and Philippe CRIST, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2011-16, April 2011

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  • Implementing Sustainable Urban Travel Policies in Mexico
    Víctor ISLAS RIVERA et al. Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Sanfandila, Queretaro, Mexico
    Discussion Paper No 2011-14, April 2011

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  • Air Transport Services in Remote Regions
    Svein Braathen, Molde University College, Norway
    Discussion Paper No 2011-13, April 2011

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  • Implementing Sustainable Urban Travel Policies in China
    Prof. Haixiao PAN , Tongji University, Shanghai, China
    Discussion Paper No 2011-12, May 2011

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  • Gender and Transport
    Chantal DUCHENE, ChD Mobilité Transport, France
    Discussion Paper No 2011-11, April 2011

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    Other languages: Transport et parité des sexes.  Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Meeting Society’s Transport Needs Under Tight Budgets
    International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2011-10, April 2011

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  • Economic Perspectives on Transport and Equality
    David LEWIS, HDR Corporation
    Discussion Paper No 2011-9, April 2011

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  • A Delicate Balance: Mobility and Access Needs, Expectations and Costs
    David METZ, Centre for Transport Studies, University College London, UK.
    Discussion Paper No 2011-07, April 2011

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  • Perspectives from Mexico to Achieve More with Less: Alternative Transport Modes and their Social and Environmental Benefits
    Adriana LOBO, CTS Mexico
    Discussion Paper No 2011-06, April 2011

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  • Mobility: Rights, Obligations and Equity in an Ageing Society
    Ann FRYE, Ann Frye Ltd., UK
    Discussion Paper No 2011-05, April 2011

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  • Cart or Horse: Transport and Economic Growth
    Tim LEUNIG, London School of Economics, UK.
    Discussion Paper No 2011-04, April 2011

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  • Better Economic Regulation: The Role of the Regulator
    Round Table 2-3 December 2010, Paris. Summary of Discussions
    Discussion Paper No 2011-03, April 2011

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    Other languages: De meilleures réglementations économiques : le rôle du régulateur Cliquer pour télécharger
  • Green Growth and Transport
    Stephen PERKINS
    Discussion Paper No 2011-02, March 2011

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  • Improving the Practice of Cost Benefit Analysis in Transport
    Round Table 21-22 October 2010, Queretaro, Mexico. Summary and Conclusions.
    Discussion Paper No 2011-01, November 2010

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    Other languages: Améliorer la pratique de l'analyse coûts-bénéfices dans les transports. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Electric Vehicles: A Tentative Economic and Environmental Evaluation
    Rémy PRUD’HOMME, Professor (emeritus), University Paris 12
    Discussion Paper No 2010-22, November 2010

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  • Effective Regulatory Institutions: The Regulator's Role in the Policy Process, Including Issues of Regulatory Independence
    Tom WINSOR, Transport & Infrastructure, White & Case LLP, London
    Discussion Paper No 2010-21, November 2010

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    Other languages: Des autorités de régulation efficaces : leur rôle dans le processus politique et la question de leur indépendance. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Effective Regulatory Institutions for Air Transport: A European Perspective
    Hans-Martin NIEMEIER, University of Applied Sciences, Bremen
    Discussion Paper No 2010-20, October 2010

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  • Transport Regulation from Theory to Practice: Observations and a Case Study
    Marco PONTI, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Discussion Paper No 2010-19, October 2010

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    Other languages: De la théorie à la pratique de la réglementation des transports: générales et étude de cas. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • The Practice of Cost-Benefit Analysis in the Transport Sector: A Mexican Perspective
    Vladimir RAMIREZ SOBERANIS, Unidad de Inversiones, Mexico
    Discussion Paper No 2010-18, October 2010

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    Other languages: La pratique de l'analyse coût-avantages dans le secteur des transports: Une perspective mexicaine. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • The Practice of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Transport: The Case of France
    Emile QUINET, Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech, France
    Discussion Paper No 2010-17, October 2010

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    Other languages: La pratique de l'analyse coût-bénéfice dans les transports: le cas de la France. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis in Transport: A UK Perspective
    Peter MACKIE, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2010-16, October 2010

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    Other languages: Analyse coûts-avantages dans les transports: l'approche Britannique. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Transport Outlook 2010. The Potential for Innovation
    Discussion Paper No 2010-15, May 2010

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    Other languages: Les perspectives du transport interurbain de personnes. Synthèse et conclusions du 18ème Symposium international sur l'économie et la politique des transports. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • What Sustainable Road Transport Future? Trends and Policy Options
    Stef PROOST, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
    Kurt VAN DENDER, International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2010-14, September 2010

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  • Stimulating Low-Carbon Vehicle Technologies
    Round Table 18-19 February 2010. Summary and Conclusions.
    Discussion Paper No 2010-13, May 2010

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  • Implementing Congestion Charging
    Round Table 4-5 February 2010. Summary and Conclusions.
    Discussion Paper No 2010-12, April 2010

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  • The Future for Interurban Passenger Transport: Bringing Citizens Closer Together. 18th International Symposium on Transport Economics and Policy: Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2010-11, March 2010

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    Other languages: Les perspectives du transport interurbain de personnes. Synthèse et conclusions du 18ème Symposium international sur l'économie et la politique des transports. Cliquer pour télécharger

  • Innovation in Truck Technologies
    Jorgen CHRISTENSEN, Klaus Peter GLAESER, Terry SHELTON, Barry MOORE & Loes AARTS
    Discussion Paper No 2010-10, March 2010

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  • The Demand for and the Supply of Fuel Efficiency in Models of Industrial Organisation
    Johannes VAN BIESEBROECK, K.U. Leuven, Belgium and NBER and CEPR
    Discussion Paper No 2010-09, January 2010

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  • The Impact of Economic Instruments on the Auto Industry and the Consequences of Fragmenting Markets - Focus on the EU Case
    Luc BASTARD, Renault and CCFA, France
    Discussion Paper No 2010-08, February 2010

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  • Combinations of Instruments to Achieve Low-Carbon Vehicle-Miles
    Don FULLERTON and Danile H. KARNEY, University of Illinois, Champaign, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2010-07, March 2010

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  • Why the New Market for New Passenger Cars Generally Undervalues Fuel Economy
    David GREENE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Transportation Research Center, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2010-06, January 2010

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  • Revisiting the Cost of the Stockholm Congestion Charging System
    Carl HAMILTON, Centre for Transport Studies, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2010-05, January 2010

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  • So you’re considering introducing congestion charging? Here’s what you need to know: An FAQ based on Stockholm’s experiences
    Jonas ELIASSON, Centre for Transport Studies, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2010-04, January 2010

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  • Critical Success Factors for Implementing Road Charging Systems
    Bernhard OEHRY, Rapp Trans AG, Base, Switzerland
    Discussion Paper No 2010-03, January 2010

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  • Road pricing with complication
    Mogens FOSGERAU, DTU Transport, Denmark & Centre for Transport Studies, Sweden and Kurt VAN DENDER, OECD/ITF Joint Transport Research Centre
    Discussion Paper No 2010-02, January 2010 - Updated October 2012

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  • Implementing Congestion Charging: The Singapore experience: The evolution of technologies, costs and benefits, and lessons learnt
    Kian-Keong CHIN, Land Transport Authority, Singapore
    Discussion Paper No 2010-01, January 2010

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  • Estimating the Agglomeration Benefits of Transport Investments: Some Tests for Stability
    Daniel J. GRAHAM, Imperial College London and Kurt Van DENDER, Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2009-32, December 2009

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  • Does SEA change outcomes?
    Maria R.PARTIDARIO, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) Portugal
    Discussion Paper No 2009-31, December 2009

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  • The Contribution of Strategic Environmental Assessment to Transport Policy Governance
    Rodrigo Jiliberto HERRERA, TAU Consultora Ambiental, Madrid, Spain
    Discussion Paper No 2009-30, December 2009

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  • The economics of CO2 emissions trading for aviation
    Dr. Peter MORRELL, Cranfield University, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2009-29, December 2009

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  • Environmental aspects of inter-city passenger transport
    Per KAGESON, Nature Associates, Stockholm, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2009-28, December 2009

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  • Potential economic impacts of technological and organizational innovations in intermodal access to major passenger terminals
    Francisco J. TAPIADOR, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo, Spain and Jordi Martí-Henneberg, Universidad de Lleida, Spain
    Discussion Paper No 2009-27, December 2009

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  • The Informed and Oriented Transport System User
    Peter ZIMMERMANN, Management Consultant, Munich, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2009-26, December 2009

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  • Dedicated lanes, tolls and ITS technology
    Robin LINDSEY, University of Alberta, Canada
    Discussion Paper No 2009-25, December 2009

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  • When should we provide separate auto and truck roadways?
    Robert W. POOLE, Reason Foundation, Los Angeles, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2009-24, December 2009

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  • Competition for Long Distance Passenger Rail Services: The Emerging Evidence
    John PRESTON, University Southampton, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2009-23, December 2009

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  • Long-distance Passenger Rail Services in Europe: Market Access Models and Implications for Germany
    Thorsten BECKERS & Christian von HIRSCHHAUSEN , Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
    Fabian HAUNERLAND, & Matthias WALTER, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2009-22, December 2009

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  • Long-Distance Bus Services in Europe: Concessions or Free Market?
    Didier VAN DE VELDE, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    Discussion Paper No 2009-21, December 2009

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  • Lessons from the U.S. Transport Deregulation Experience for Privatization
    Clifford WINSTON, Brookings Institution, Washington DC, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2009-20, December 2009

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  • Competition or Co-operation in Public Transport
    Botond ABA, KTI, Budapest, Hungary
    Discussion Paper No 2009-19, December 2009

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  • Interurban Passenger Transport: Economic Assessment of Major Infrastructure Projects
    Ginés DE RUS , University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and University Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
    Discussion Paper No 2009-18, December 2009

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  • High-Speed Inter-City Transport System in Japan -Past, Present and the Future
    Katsuhiro YAMAGUCHI and Kiyoshi YAMASAKI, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Discussion Paper No 2009-17, December 2009

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  • When to Invest in High-Speed Rail Links and Networks?
    Chris NASH, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2009-16, December 2009

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  • International Air Passenger Transport in the Future
    David GILLEN, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Discussion Paper No 2009-15, December 2009

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  • The Prospects for Inter-Urban Travel Demand
    Yves CROZET, Laboratoire d'économie des transports, Lyon, France
    Discussion Paper No 2009-14, December 2009

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  • How Transport Costs Shape the Spatial Pattern of Economic Activity
    Jacques-François THISSE, CORE, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris
    Discussion Paper No 2009-13, December 2009

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  • Transport Outlook 2009: Globalisation, Crisis and Transport
    Discussion Paper No 2009-12, May 2009 (Preliminary version)

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    Philippe CRIST, Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2009-11, May 2009

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  • Regulation of Large Airports: Status Quo and Options for Reform
    Hans-Martin NIEMEIER, University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany
    Discussion Paper No 2009-10, May 2009

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  • Policy Instruments to Limit Negative Environmental Impacts from Increased International Transport: An Economic Perspective
    Kurt VAN DENDER and Philippe CRIST, Joint Transport Research Centre of the OECD and the International Transport Forum
    Discussion Paper No 2009-9, May 2009

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  • Integration and Competition between Transport and Logistics Businesses
    Round Table, 5-6 February 2009, Paris. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2009-8, June 2009

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  • Competitive Interaction between Airports, Airlines and High-Speed Rail
    Round Table, 2-3 October 2008, Paris. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2009-7, October 2009

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  • Security, Risk Perception and Cost-Benefit Analysis
    Round Table, 11-12 December 2008, Paris. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2009-6, March 2009

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  • Railway and Ports Organization in the Republic of South Africa and Turkey: The Integrator's Paradise?
    Louis S. THOMPSON, Thompson, Galenson and Associates, Saratoga, CA, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2009-5, February 2009

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  • Are Horizontal Mergers and Vertical Integration a Problem
    Simon PILSBURY, Managing Consultant, Oxera, Brussels and
    Andrew MEANEY, Managing Consultant, Oxera, London
    Discussion Paper No 2009-4, February 2009

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  • Market Power and Vertical and Horizontal Integration in the Maritime Shipping and Port Industry
    Eddy VAN DE VOORDE and Thierry VANELSLANDER, Department of Transport and Regional Economics, University of Antwerp, Belgium
    Discussion Paper No 2009-2, January 2009

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  • Empirical Evidence for Integration and Disintegration of Maritime Shipping, Port and Logistics Activities
    Antoine FREMONT, Director of Research at INRETS, Noisy-le-Grand, France
    Discussion Paper No 2009-1, January 2009

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  • Toward Risk-Based Aviation Security Policy
    Robert W. POOLE, Jr., Reason Foundation, Los Angeles, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2008-23, November 2008

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  • Economic Impact Analysis of Terrorism Events: Recent Methodological Advances and Findings
    Peter GORDON, James E. MOORE and Harry W. RICHARDSON, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis for Terrorist Events (CREATE), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2008-22, November 2008

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  • Rational Behaviour, Risk Aversion - High Stakes for Society
    André de PALMA, ENS Cachan, Dept of Economics & Management/Ecole polytechnique, France
    Discussion Paper No 2008-21, December 2008

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  • Security and Risk-Based Models in Shipping and Ports: Review and Critical Analysis
    Khalid BICHOU, Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2008-20, December 2008

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  • Port Competition and Hinterland Connections
    Round Table, 10-11 April 2008, Paris. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2008-19, September 2008

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  • The Impact of Climate Change Policy on Competition in the Air Transport Industry
    Peter FORSYTH, Department of Economics, Monash University, Clayton, Australia
    Discussion Paper No 2008-18, September 2008

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  • Impacts of Airports on Airline Competition: Focus on Airport Performance and Airport-Airline Vertical Relations
    Tae H. OUM, Air Transport Research Society and University of British Columbia, Canada
    Xiaowen FU, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
    Discussion Paper No 2008-17, September 2008

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  • The Economic Effects of High-Speed Rail Investment
    Ginés DE RUS, University of Las Palmas, Spain
    Discussion Paper No 2008-16, revised May 2012

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  • The Airport Industry in a Competitive Environment: A United Kingdom Perspective
    David STARKIE, Economics-Plus Ltd, London, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2008-15, July 2008

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  • The Role of Accessibility in Passengers' Choice of Airports
    Marco KOUWENHOVEN, Significance, The Hague, Netherlands
    Discussion Paper No 2008-14, August 2008

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  • Transport Outlook 2008: Focusing on CO2 Emissions from Road Vehicles
    Discussion Paper No 2008-13, May 2008

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  • Responding to Increasing Port-related Freight Volumes: Lessons From Los Angeles, Long Beach and Other US Ports and Hinterlands
    Genevieve GIULANO, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
    Thomas O'BRIEN, California State University, Long Beach, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2008-12, March 2008

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  • Ensuring Hinterland Access: The Role of Port Authorities
    Peter W. DE LANGEN, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Port of Rotterdam Authority, Netherlands
    Discussion Paper No 2008-11, March 2008

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  • The Relationship Between Seaports and the Intermodal Hinterland In Light of Global Supply Chains: European challenges
    Theo NOTTEBOOM, ITMMA, University of Antwerp, Belgium
    Discussion Paper No 2008-10, March 2008

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  • The Cost and Effectiveness of Policies to Reduce Vehicle Emissions
    Round Table, 31 January-1 February 2008, Paris. Summary and conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2008-9, April 2008

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  • The Impact of Hinterland Access Conditions on Rivalry between Ports
    Anming ZHANG, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Discussion Paper No 2008-8, February 2008

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  • Biofuels: Linking Support to Performance
    Round Table, 7-8 June 2007, Paris. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2008-7, February 2008

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  • The Wider Economic Benefits of Transport: Macro-, Meso and Micro Transport Planning and Investment Tools
    Round Table, 25-26 October 2007, Boston. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2008-6, February 2008

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  • Oil Dependence: Is Transport Running Out of Affordable Fuel?
    Round Table, 15-16 November 2007. Summary and Conclusions
    Discussion Paper No 2008-5, February 2008

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  • Importance of Oil Price in Freight Transport Costs
    Tristan CHEVROULET, University of California, Berkeley, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2008-4, January 2008

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  • Full Account of the Costs and Benefits of Reducing CO2 Emissions in Transport
    Stef PROOST, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
    Discussion Paper No 2008-3, January 2008

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  • The Design of Effective Regulation in Transport
    Winston HARRINGTON, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2008-2, January 2008

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  • How Should Transport Emissions Be Reduced? Potential for Emission Trading Systems
    Charles RAUX, LET - Transport Economics Laboratory, France
    Discussion Paper No 2008-1, January 2008

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  • Medium-term Oil Market Uncertainties
    Lawrence Eagles, International Energy Agency, Paris, France
    Discussion Paper No 2007-19, December 2007

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  • Reserve Driven Forecasts for Oil, Gas and Coal and Limits in Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Peak Oil, Peak Gas, Peak Coal and Peak CO2
    Kjell ALEKLETT, Uppsala University, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2007-18, December 2007

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  • Peak Oil and the Evolving Strategies of Oil Importing and Exporting Countries: Facing the hard truth about an import decline for the OECD Countries
    Kjell ALEKLETT, Uppsala University, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2007-17, December 2007

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  • Long Run Trends in Transport Demand, Fuel Price Elasticities and Implications of the Oil Outlook for Transport Policy
    Kenneth A. SMALL, University of California, Irvine, USA and Kurt VAN DENDER, OECD/ITF Joint Transport Research Centre, France
    Discussion Paper No 2007-16, December 2007

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  • Future Prices and Availability of Transport Fuels
    David L. GREENE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-15, December 2007

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  • Progress and Challenges in the Application of Economic Analysis for Transport Policy and Decision Making
    Glen WEISBROD, Brian ALSTADT, Economic Development Research Group, Inc. Boston, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-14, December 2007

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  • Economic Benefits of Investment in Transport Infrastructure
    Jeffrey P. COHEN, University of Hartford, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-13, December 2007

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  • Transport Infrastructure Inside and Across Urban Regions: Models and Assessment Methods
    Börje JOHANSSON, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
    Discussion Paper No 2007-12, December 2007

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  • Agglomeration Economies and Transport Investment
    Daniel J. GRAHAM, Imperial College, University of London, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2007-11, December 2007

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  • The Broader Benefits of Transportation Infrastructure
    Ian SUE WING, William P. ANDERSON, T.R. LAKSHMANAN, Boston University, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-10, December 2007

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  • Recent Evolution of Research into the Future Wider Economic Benefits of Transport Infrastructure Investments
    Roger VICKERMAN, Centre for European, Regional and Transport Economics, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
    Discussion Paper No 2007-9, December 2007

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  • The Wider Economic Benefits of Transportation: An Overview
    T.R. LAKSHMANAN, Boston University, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-8, December 2007

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  • The Environmental Certification of Biofuels
    Jeremy WOODS and Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Discussion Paper No 2007-6, December 2007

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  • The Performance of Brazilian Biofuels: An Economic, Environmental and Social Analysis
    Edmar Fagundes DE ALMEIDA, Jose Vitor BOMTEMPO and Carla Maria DE SOUZA E SILVA, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Discussion Paper No 2007-5, December 2007

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  • Sustainable Biofuels for the Transport Sector
    Birgitte AHRING, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby
    Discussion Paper No 2007-4, December 2007

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  • Sustainable Subsidies the Distorted Economics of Biofuels
    Ronald STEENBLIK, International Institute for Sustainable Development, Geneva
    Discussion Paper No 2007-3, December 2007

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  • Energy and Greenhouse Impacts of Biofuels: A Framework for Analysis
    Daniel KAMMEN, Alexander Farrell, Richard PLEVIN, Andrew JONES, University of California, Berkeley; Mark DELUCCHI, University of California, Davis; Gregory NEMET, University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-2, December 2007

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  • Examining Fuel Economy and Carbon Standards for Light Vehicles
    Steven E. PLOTKIN, Argonne National Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA
    Discussion Paper No 2007-1, December 2007

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