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Appropriate Economic Space for Transnational Infrastructural Projects: Gateways, Multimodal Corridors, and Special Economic Zones


  • Peter J. Rimmer
  • Howard Dick


This study addresses three questions that arise in Asia when formulating, financing, implementing, and maintaining transnational linkages versus purely domestic connections. [ADBI Working Paper 237]

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  • Peter J. Rimmer & Howard Dick, 2010. "Appropriate Economic Space for Transnational Infrastructural Projects: Gateways, Multimodal Corridors, and Special Economic Zones," Working Papers id:2946, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2946
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