Economics of Regional Transport Infrastructure in Asia

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Infrastructure capital can be considered a necessary condition to extend the regional production potential but not automatically a sufficient requirement for enhanced regional competitiveness and income. The materialization of a region's higher production potential rather relies on the region's ability to utilize the existing and additional infrastructure capital in an efficient way. Against this background, the paper intends to identify Asian regions' environment with public transport infrastructure and their efficiency in ...

Economics of Regional Transport Infrastructure in Asia 2011, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken

ISBN-13: 9783847302254

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