G.A.R.S. Workshop in co-operation with IATA “The Effects of Air Transport on the Economy – How can we Evaluate Them?”

G.A.R.S. Workshop in co-operation with IATA “The Effects of Air Transport on the Economy – How can we Evaluate Them?”

20th June 2013 – Amsterdam

Program

Presentations:

The current state and problem in measuring wider economic benefits from air transport – an industry perspective
Brian Pearce, IATA
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Economic Assessment of Investments in European Airports – A Survey
Hans-Martin Niemeier, Peter Forsyth & Eric Njoya, Bremen University of Applied Sciences and Monash University
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Hands-on experience with Impact and Cost Benefit Analysis on Aviation
Martine Smit and Marnix Koopman, CE Delft
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New empirically based values of time and reliability for air passengers and air cargo: consequences for airport development
Jaap de Wit and Pim Warffemius, The Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
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How the Value of Time varies with Distance: Urban, Intercity and Intercontinental implications
Marc Gaudry, Université de Montréal
Presentation

Catalytic Impacts of Aviation – Economic Benefits and Ways to Measure Them
Christoph Wollersheim, Booz Allen Hamilton, Boston
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Economic Catalytic Impact of Air Transport in Germany – The Influence of Connectivity by Air on Regional Development
Andreas Arndt, Cologne Business School, Thomas Braun, University of Trier, Martin Harsche, Frankfurt UAS
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Are Airports Good for Business? A Dynamic Panel Data Approach – Presentation
Volodymyr Bilotkach, Newcastle University
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Connectivity and economic value – approaches and lessons from hub airport studies
Dan Elliott and Chris Cuttle Frontier Economics
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