Examining the socioeconomic outcomes of transport interventions in the Global South
Rodolfo Benevenuto and
Transport Policy, 2022, vol. 119, issue C, 56-66
This paper addresses a recurrent distributive issue of transport interventions and aims to develop a framework of an impact evaluation of transport projects particularly tailored to the Brazilian context. The methodology draws upon the literature to employ a quasi-experimental approach performed by means of a difference in difference matching (DIDM) technique.
Keywords: Transport equity; Global South; Evaluations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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