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Efficiency of infrastructure capital in Russia

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  • Kolomak Evgeniya

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The study is based on the empirical estimates. The basic idea of econometric estimates is to expand a production function including infrastructure capital stock and spatial externalities of the neighboring regions infrastructure. We measure stock of the traditional infrastructure sectors: railways, highways, communication, and use data for 70 regions, covered period is 1999-2007.

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