Valuing Time Savings in Developing Countries

Valuing Time Savings in Developing Countries

After reviewing methods used to value savings in money costs resulting from time saved to persons, goods and vehicles by transport improvements, the author concludes that there is too little evidence that the claimed benefits are real. Willingness to pay may therefore be a more reliable criterion.

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