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External costs have been a key issue in the last years of transport research. In Europe, this trend is in line with the political willingness to internalize externalities in transport pricing policies. This paper has two purposes. It first identifies the recent work achieved in the field of external costs of road and intermodal freight transport, where each paper is assessed in terms of its perspective (academic or project-oriented), its objective (prescription, application, projection), thedoi:10.1080/01441647.2015.1137653 fatcat:veff3xdt6vbspmhzy6do54fbdi