Urban, transport and environmental policy (lead: Yanos Zylberberg) 

Research evaluates the effects of transport infrastructure investments, as well as using house price responses to transport and environmental policies as a method of valuing their perceived costs or benefits. Other research covers the pricing policies of airports, and looks at urban development in multiple country settings.

Topics we address include:

  • The winners and losers from rail investment
  • Pricing and market power in airports
  • Climate change in developing countries
  • The long-run effects of pollution

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