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Lecture #21 by Matthew E. Kahn

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Published on Nov 29, 2012

Matthew E. Kahn discusses why economists are skeptical of prospective cost/benefit studies of costly urban transportation projects. The mayors have bad incentives and the economists have trouble conducting such prospective evaluations of the likelihood that the project is "good".

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