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Regional impacts of high speed rail in China (Vol. 2 of 2) : Spatial proximity and productivity in an emerging economy: econometric findings from Guangdong Province, People's Republic of China (English)

This paper contains an initial reconnaissance of the situation in Yunfu, prior to the NanGuang project construction. It provides a brief overview of the trajectory of economic development in Yunfu from an economy that was dominated by primary industries to that by secondary industries. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 90120 JUN 30, 2014

Jin, Ying; Bullock, Richard; Fang, Wanli

Regional impacts of high speed rail in China (Vol. 1 of 2) : Baseline report for a case study of Yunfu in Guangdong Province (English)

This paper contains an initial reconnaissance of the situation in Yunfu, prior to the NanGuang project construction. It provides a brief overview of the trajectory of economic development in Yunfu from an economy that was dominated by primary industries to that by secondary industries. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 90120 JUN 30, 2013

Jin, Ying; Bullock, Richard; Fang, Wanli

High-speed rail, regional economics, and urban development in China (English)

Traditional economic evaluations of major transport infrastructure investments focus on the direct costs and benefits arising from travel, including user time savings, operator cost savings, and reductions in externalities including air pollution, noise, and accidents. ... See More +

Brief 74736 JAN 01, 2013

Bullock, Richard; Ying, Jin; Wanli, Fang; Andrew Salzberg Chinese

High-speed rail, regional economics, and urban development in China (Chinese)

Traditional economic evaluations of major transport infrastructure investments focus on the direct costs and benefits arising from travel, including user time savings, operator cost savings, and reductions in externalities including air pollution, noise, and accidents. ... See More +

Brief 74736 JAN 01, 2013

Andrew Salzberg; Bullock, Richard; Ying, Jin; Wanli, Fang English