About Roger VickermanRoger Vickerman is Emeritus Professor of European Economics at the School of Economics of the University of Kent.
By Roger Vickerman. Posted February 19, 2020
The scale of investments in high-speed rail (HSR) raises questions about the most appropriate methods of appraisal. Increasingly the reliance on conventional cost–benefit analysis, based essentially on the direct benefits to users and the direct costs to operators, has been questioned.
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