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Behavioural economics introduction

Introduction to Behavioural Economics ("@tutor2u_econ: Behavioural economics introduction http://t.co/0UqF09KI lots of examples of behavioural economics in action!

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Well chuffed! High-speed rail link to create 250000 jobs in North - Mirror.co.uk

Well chuffed! High-speed rail link to create 250000 jobs in North
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Think tank Oxford Economics reckons rail capacity needs to go up 70 per cent over the next 20 years.
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Qatar Invest in Nigeria’s Transport Sector| glObserver Global Economics

Qatar Invest in Nigeria’s Transport Sector| glObserver Global Economics | Transport Economics | Scoop.it
Nigeria and Qatar have finalised plans to sign a memorandum of considerate (MoU) for the investment of $390 million in former’s transport sector in 2013

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Fourth hub airport plan unveiled

Fourth hub airport plan unveiled | Transport Economics | Scoop.it
Plans to build a 24-hour £39bn hub airport on large sandbanks off the Kent coast are unveiled.

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Anthony Steed's comment, January 9, 2013 3:45 AM
what are the macroeconomic benefits of this new hub? What negative externalities might this plan create? How could the government ensure this hub is part of an integrated transport policy?