Request for papers by CPIP Affiliates
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The Road to Renewal: Private Investment in U.S. Transportation Infrastructure
R. Richard Geddes
The Economics and Politics of High Speed Rail
Rowman & Littlefield, 2012
Crampton, P., Geddes, R.R., Ockenfels, Axel; 2018.”Using Technology to Eliminate Traffic Congestion,” Nature, commentary section (in press)
David, N., & Gao, H. O. 2017. The potential of existing cellular networks for detecting the precursors of fog. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, doi: 10.1002/2017JD027360
Crampton, P., Geddes, R.R., 2016. A Market for Transport: Eliminating Congestion through Scheduling, Routing, and Real-Time Pricing.
Carter, C.B., Geddes, R. R., 2016. Private Participation in US Infrastructure: the role of PPP units.
Eoin Reeves, Dónal Palcic, Darragh Flannery & R. Richard Geddes, 2016. The determinants of tendering periods for PPP procurement in the UK: an empirical analysis.
Geddes, R. R., 2015. America’s transportation challenges: Proposals for reform.
Clifton, J., D. Díaz-Fuentes, and M. Fernández-Gutiérrez, 2014. The impact of socio-economic background on satisfaction: evidence for policy-makers, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 10.1007/s11149-014-9251-1.
Albalate, D., Germà Bel, and R. Richard Geddes, “The Determinants of Contractual Choice for Private Involvement in Infrastructure Projects,” Public Money & Management, Vol. 35, No. 1 (January 2014).
Clifton, J., D. Díaz-Fuentes and J. Revuelta, 2013. Financing utilities: How the role of the European Investment Bank shifted from regional development to making markets, Utilities Policy, Vol 29, pgs 63-71.
Geddes, R. R., Wagner, B., 2013. Why do U.S. States Adopt Public-Private Partnership Enabling Legislation? Journal of Urban Economics, Volume 78: 30-41.
Albalate, D., Germà Bel, and R. Richard Geddes, “Recovery Risk and Labor Costs in Public-Private Partnerships: Contractual Choice in the US Water Industry,” Local Government Studies Vol. 39, No. 3 (2013): 332-351.
Geddes, R.R., Nentchev, D., 2012. Private Investment and Road Pricing: The Investment Public-Private Partnership
Geddes, R.R., Wagner, B., 2012. Do State Public-Private Partnership Enabling Laws Increase Investment in Transportation Infrastructure?
Li, S., 2012. Traffic Safety and Vehicle Choice: Quantifying the Arms Race on American Roads. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 27(1): 34-62.
Manville, M., Williams, J. 2012. The Price Doesn’t Matter if You Don’t Have to Pay: Legal Exemptions and Market-Priced Parking,” Journal of Planning Education and Research.
Nishida, Y., Hua, Y. 2011. Motivating stakeholders to deliver change: Tokyo’s Cap & Trade Program. Building Information & Research, Vol. 39, No. 5, 518-533.
Wang, X., Gao, O. 2011. Exposure to fine particle mass and number concentrations in urban transportation environments in New York City. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 16 (5): 384-391.
Bel G., Foote, J., 2009. Tolls, Terms and Public Interest in Road Concessions Privatization: A Comparative Analysis of Recent Transactions in the USA and France, Transport Reviews, Vol. 29, Iss. 3, 2009.
Bel, G. and Foote, J., Comparison of Recent Toll Road Concession Transactions in the United States and France (September 1, 2007). XREAP Working Paper No. 2007-11.
Hart, S., Milstein, M. 2003. Creating Sustainable value. Academy of Management Executive 17.2: 56-67.
Researchers in bold are CPIP affiliates.