Economic space for transnational infrastructure: gateways, multimodal corridors and special economic zones
The difficulties in determining investment priorities arise in large part from the problem of externalities, that is, large divergences between private and social costs/benefits. An important externality that is often overlooked in a narrow domestic calculus is the costs and benefits of improved transnational linkages. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) rightly sees potential for strengthening regional social and political ties within Asia through regional corridor development as a step towards...[Show more]
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