ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF MARKET AND INTERVENTION FAILURES IN TRANSPORT POLICY, OECD
Scientific Responsible: Prof. Maria Giaoutzi (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Project Objectives
The growing concern about environmental pollution has forced governments to seek more efficient tools and policies to protect the environment. Transport – in particular motor vehicles – is a major cause of environmental disruption and the OECD has undertaken a study to identify and analyze the elements in transport policy, which can induce adverse environmental effects. To this end, OECD commissioned case studies on six countries – France, The Federal Republic of Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands and the United States – from independent experts. This study presents these six case studies.
Jean-Philippe Barde, Kenneth Button, Peter Nijkamp, Elizabeth Deakin, Urich Blum, Werner Rottengatter, Claude Lamure, Emile Quinet, Jaap Vleuget, Henk van Gent, Maria Giaoutzi, Leonidas Damianides, Marco Ponti, Maria Rosa Vittadini.
(Supervised by Prof. Maria Giaoutzi)
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