This book revisits traditional evaluation methods, such as cost–benefit analysis, to try and find a balance between the ever-increasing demand for transport, the search for sustainable mobility and green transport solutions, and the limited financial resources that governments are able to invest in transport infrastructure projects.
Extending the Social Cost–Benefit Approach
Chapter 3: The Institutional Theory Approach to Transport Policy and Evaluation. The Collective Benefits of a Stakeholder’s Approach: Towards an Eclectic Multi-criteria Analysis
Subjects: economics and finance, institutional economics, transport, valuation, environment, transport, valuation, urban and regional studies, transport
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