A measure of transportations' impact on regional economic development conventional wisdoms versus business perceptions

John R.G. Brander, J. David Innes, Tim Holyoke
1981 unpublished
TT HAS LONG BEEN HELD in the Atlantic Provinces that freight rates were the major cause of economic retardation. This and other location factors were evaluated by means of a preference model which was applied to firms in the Atlantic Region, firms outside the Region relative to their own locations, NOTE: In all cases, the mean is predetermined, and has a value, of 769.
doi:10.22004/ag.econ.311480 fatcat:h3ccwm27hvh6lks4q4zgvb4of4