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Beschäftigungseffekte entlang des hochrangigen Straßennetzes in Österreich


  • Philipp Piribauer


  • Peter Huber


Eine Verbesserung der Infrastruktur und damit verbunden eine stärkere Vernetzung im ökonomischen Raum erhöhen den Aktionsradius von Personen und Unternehmen. Diese Produktivitätseffekte stehen in direktem Zusammenhang mit Beschäftigungs- und Wachstumseffekten. Ziel der Studie ist eine Analyse von Struktur und Entwicklung der Beschäftigung entlang des hochrangigen Straßenverkehrsnetzes in Österreich. Auf Basis kleinräumiger Beschäftigungsdaten ermittelt die Studie Beschäftigungseffekte von Erweiterungsinvestitionen in das hochrangige Straßennetz in Österreich im Aggregat und nach Sektoren. Anhand dieser Erkenntnisse werden die Effekte der geplanten S1-Erweiterung (Schwechat–Süßenbrunn), der S1 Spange Seestadt und der S8 Marchfeld Schnellstraße (S1/S8 Gänserndorf–Obersiebenbrunn) sowie deren räumlichen Implikationen geschätzt.

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  • Philipp Piribauer & Peter Huber, 2017. "Beschäftigungseffekte entlang des hochrangigen Straßennetzes in Österreich," WIFO Studies, WIFO, number 60468, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:wfo:wstudy:60468
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    1. Philipp Piribauer & Peter Huber, 2017. "Langfristige Beschäftigungseffekte des hochrangigen Straßennetzes in Österreich. Eine kontrafaktische Analyse," WIFO Monatsberichte (monthly reports), WIFO, vol. 90(11), pages 855-864, November.

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