Roundtables on Transport Economics
Roundtables bring 30 or so experts together to discuss economic issues in depth in a personal capacity, free of political pressure. Under the direction of a Chair, chosen for his/her knowledge and authority on the subject, a small number of introductory papers are presented and an open debate engaged between the experts invited to the event. The discussions aim to shed light on areas where there are differences of opinion between the experts present and in the economic literature, as well as bringing results of recent research to the table. The ultimate objective is to draw conclusions relevant to policy-making in government.

A summary of the debate together with the introductory papers will be published in the Roundtable Series of the Joint Transport Research Centre.

This page presents the Roundtables from 2007 on. For Roundtables to 2006 click here.