This issue is central for the assessment of the benefits and costs of any infrastructure investment or regulatory change. In the transport network case the question is in particular how the primary effects are translated over time in land use, labour market and product changes. Rebound or second order effects are also important considerations in any other policy field, where price or regulatory changes enable new or suppress existing behavourial options of the market participants. The special issue will bring together papers which address induced demand theoretically as well as empirically.
Call for Papers: disP - The Planning Review, an ISI indexed journal published by ETH Zürich - "Induced demand in transport and beyond". Publication is planned for the end of 2011 or begining of 2012.
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