The value of time in least developed countries:the African studies : final report

Ahmed, Farhad, Vaidya, Kirit, Flanary, R., Wardman, M. and Wattam, M. (2005). The value of time in least developed countries:the African studies : final report. Ardington (UK): I.T. Transport Ltd.

Abstract

This is a report on a study designed to test the applicability of conventional Stated Preference and Revealed Preference models for valuing the time savings of rural travellers in least developed countries and to develop and demonstrate a robust methodology for estimating values of travel time savings which could be used in developing countries.

Divisions: Aston Business School > Economics finance & entrepreneurship
Additional Information: Open access. This document is an output from a DFID-funded Knowledge and Research (KaR) research study, carried out for the benefit of developing countries. The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the DFID.
Published Date: 2005-07
Authors: Ahmed, Farhad
Vaidya, Kirit
Flanary, R.
Wardman, M.
Wattam, M.

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