Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Regional development, Cohesion, Metropolitan area and Transportation planning. His research integrates issues of Level of service and Microeconomics, Preference, Investment in his study of Economic growth. His Investment research includes themes of Scope, Economic impact analysis, Environmental planning and Regional integration.
His Metropolitan area research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Constraint, Economic model and Human capital. Roger Vickerman combines subjects such as Environmental resource management, Engineering management and Economic evaluation with his study of Transportation planning. Roger Vickerman has researched Regional science in several fields, including Urban planning and Urban area.
Public economics, Investment, Externality, Transport engineering and Economic growth are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Competition, Public sector, Marginal cost and Development studies in his Public economics study. His Investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of International economics, European integration and Foreign direct investment.
The Externality study combines topics in areas such as Road pricing, Econometrics and Traffic flow. As part of his studies on Transport engineering, Roger Vickerman often connects relevant areas like Regional science. His study deals with a combination of Economic growth and Cohesion.
Roger Vickerman mainly focuses on Economic impact analysis, Public economics, Economy, Transport economics and Natural resource economics. His Economic impact analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic growth, Productivity, Risk analysis and Process. His study of Convergence is a part of Economic growth.
His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Incentive, Fixed cost, Public trust and Marginal cost. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transportation planning, Urban economics and China. His Transport economics study combines topics in areas such as Engineering management, Neoclassical economics, Applied economics, Externality and Capital budgeting.
Roger Vickerman mainly investigates Public economics, Investment, Metropolitan area, Economy and Marginal cost. His Public economics research integrates issues from Econometrics, Variable cost, Externality, Capital budgeting and Economic efficiency. The various areas that Roger Vickerman examines in his Investment study include Cost–benefit analysis, Scope, Mainstream, Industrial organization and Operations research.
His studies deal with areas such as Level of service, Transport engineering, Environmental planning, Urban planning and Regional science as well as Metropolitan area. In his research, Transformational leadership and Productivity is intimately related to Redress, which falls under the overarching field of Economy. His work deals with themes such as Economic integration and Convergence, which intersect with Economic geography.
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Accessibility and Economic Development in Europe
Roger W. Vickerman;Klaus Spiekermann;Michael Wegener.
Regional Studies (1999)
High-speed rail in Europe: experience and issues for future development
Roger W. Vickerman.
Annals of Regional Science (1997)
Accessibility, Attraction, and Potential: A Review of Some Concepts and Their Use in Determining Mobility
R W Vickerman.
Environment and Planning A (1974)
Principles of transport economics
Émile Quinet;R. W. Vickerman.
Transport in regional science: The “death of distance” is premature
Piet Rietveld;Roger Vickerman.
Infrastructure and regional development
R. W. Vickerman;P. W. J. Batey.
Location, accessibility and regional development: the appraisal of trans-European networks
Transport Policy (1995)
The regional impacts of Trans-European networks
Roger W. Vickerman.
Annals of Regional Science (1995)
Convergence and divergence among European regions
R. W. Vickerman;Harvey Armstrong.
EVALUATION METHODOLOGIES FOR TRANSPORT PROJECTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Transport Policy (2000)
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