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Researcher

Bruno De Borger

  • Research interest:I specialize in theoretical and applied research in transport economics. My recent research focuses on the political economy of policy measures to reduce congestion (road pricing, permit systems, tax reform, public transport), the use of non-pricing measures (speed bumps, traffic lights, low emission zones, car-free zones, etc.), and the effect of infrastructural improvements on firm-level productivity.
  • Keywords:CONGESTION PRICING, TRANSPORT ECONOMICS, POLITICAL ECONOMY, ROAD PRICING, Economics and applied economics
  • Disciplines:Applied economics, Mathematical and quantitative methods, Microeconomics, Economic geography, Industrial economics, Public economics, Transport economics, Urban, rural and regional economics
  • Research techniques:My research uses theoretical-mathematical modeling, numerical simulation and optimization models, and econometric models.
  • Users of research expertise:My research may be of interest for the government, private organizations, and for anyone interested in the mobility problem.