Topic: 6.4 General

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The Environmental Impact of transport and the Public Interest

Policies designed to reduce the damage to the environment caused by transport should be judged by the criterion of the public interest (i.e. a net increase in welfare). Actual decisions (e.g. on speed limits) are taken on wrong grounds. Economics should give more attention to finding ways of reducing risks of harmful decisions.

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