Оценка Эффективности Транспортных Проектов: Опыт И Проблемы
[Transport project appraisal: Experience and problems]
This article considers approaches, prevalent in the world, to appraisal of large-scale investment projects aimed at construction of transport systems. The approaches are classed as microeco-nomic evaluation, multi-criteria evaluation, and macroeconomic evaluation. Problems of appli-cability of specific propositions of these approaches to the Russian reality are discussed.
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