Transport policies and development
Claudia N. Berg,
Claudia N. Berg,
Yishen Liu and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Uwe Deichmann,
Harris Selod () and
Yishen Liu ()
No 7366, Policy Research Working Paper Series from The World Bank
This survey reviews the current state of the economic literature, assessing the impact of transport policies on growth, inclusion, and sustainability in a developing country context. The findings are summarized and methodologies are critically assessed, especially those dealing with endogeneity issues in empirical studies. The specific implementation challenges of transport policies in developing countries are discussed.
Keywords: Transport Services; International Trade and Trade Rules; Roads&Highways; Inter-Urban Roads and Passenger Transport; Roads and Highways Performance; Transport in Urban Areas; Urban Transport (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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