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Infrastructure and the Complexity of Economic Development: An Exploratory Introduction
In the Preface to his recent book on economic sense and nonsense in this “Age of Diminished Expectations”, the MIT economist Paul Krugman wrote:
“Why is economics such a hard subject?
Part of the answer has to do with complexity”.
KeywordsTravel Time Path Dependence Route Choice Public Capital Traffic Behaviour
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