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Economic Evaluation and Incentives in Transport Infrastructure Investment

In: Cost–Benefit Analysis and Incentives in Evaluation

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  • Ginés De Rus

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This book provides an authoritative contribution to applied cost–benefit analysis (CBA) and other evaluation methods in the context of the regional policy of the European Union. Through the use of Structural Funds and other financial and regulatory mechanisms, the EU will help to promote thousands of infrastructure projects in the next decade. CBA will be a key ingredient in the investment decision process and the authors provide important insights from their international experiences in project appraisal and evaluation and point to some valuable lessons to be learnt for the future.

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  • Ginés De Rus, 2007. "Economic Evaluation and Incentives in Transport Infrastructure Investment," Chapters,in: Cost–Benefit Analysis and Incentives in Evaluation, chapter 6 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:12702_6
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