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Evaluación Económica de Proyectos y Políticas de Transporte: Metodología y Aplicaciones. Parte 1: Metodología para el análisis coste-beneficio de proyectos y políticas de transporte

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  • Ginés de Rus
  • Javier Campos
  • Daniel Graham
  • M. Pilar Socorro
  • Jorge Valido

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En este documento se desarrolla una metodología general de análisis coste-beneficio para la evaluación económica de la intervención pública en el ámbito del transporte. El trabajo incluye una revisión actualizada de las mejores prácticas en este campo y una discusión de un método empírico de inferencia causal. El informe ha sido preparado para el Spending Review sobre Infraestructuras de Transporte que ha realizado la AIReF.

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  • Ginés de Rus & Javier Campos & Daniel Graham & M. Pilar Socorro & Jorge Valido, 2020. "Evaluación Económica de Proyectos y Políticas de Transporte: Metodología y Aplicaciones. Parte 1: Metodología para el análisis coste-beneficio de proyectos y políticas de transporte," Working Papers 2020-11, FEDEA.
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