The regional economic effects of the Femern Belt link between Scandinavia and Germany
Christopher Jensen-Butler, Bjarne Madsen, University of St. Andrews. Dept. of Economics, European Regional Science Association. European Congress
St. Salvator's College, 1996 - Business & Economics - 29 pages
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China's Spatial Economic Development: Restless Landscapes in the Lower ...
Andrew Mark Marton
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analysis assessment changes in employment changes in potential changes in regional changes in traffic changes in transport consequences CRIEFF Danish David Cobham Denmark Department of Economics different transport technologies direct effects DISCUSSION PAPERS economic activity arising effects on employment EMIL employment effect estimated Eutin Femern Belt Link Femern corridor Femern fixed link ferry routes fixed Femern link Gedser high-speed rail Holstein hotel and restaurant indirect and induced induced effects infrastructure investment project Jutland kmph Kreis Ostholstein labour force LINK BETWEEN SCANDINAVIA Lubeck major transport infrastructure market shares Michael Nolan multi modal solution Nordic countries Nykab Nykab.F Oresund link potential model potential values production function approach rail shuttle solution regional competitivity regional economic effects regional GDP restaurant 350 Scandinavia and Germany Slesvig-Holstein Storstrems amt Storstrems county Sweden Table three fixed links traffic flows transport infrastructure investment transport sector transport system type of approach University of St whilst zone