ROMANIA'S INTEGRATION IN SINGLE EUROPEAN RAILWAY AREA THROUGH AN ECONOMETRIC MODEL
Magdalena Dediu ()
Management Intercultural, 2014, issue 31, 119-129
Models that can be considered for integration into European transport corridors should lead to increased economic efficiency overall consequences thus forming activity necessary conditions to attract corridors and in particular should reduce average costs, generate additional benefits through exploitation. These goals require the development of good strategies and organizational policy and thus improve the structure plan its proper dimensioning features, depending on the weight and leveling activities needed improving capacity use. This paper intends to develop an econometric model to measure the economic efficiency. The model is based on direct and indirect effects of Romania's integration into the Unique European railway area (TEN-T).
Keywords: Corridors; Transport; Model; Effects; Econometric (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R48 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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