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Chapter 9: Assessing the Benefits of New or Improved Roads
9. Assessing the benefits of new or improved roads Chris Nash INTRODUCTION Economic appraisal of new roads or improved roads (see for example, Coburn et al., 1960) first came into common use in the 1960s, as a relatively simplistic comparison of c...
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