Prospects for High Speed Rail in Australia - Cameron Gordon
From: Tuesday October 8, 2013, 9:15 am
To: Tuesday October 8, 2013, 10:30 am
The Economic Society of Australia (QLD) invites you to a morning tea featuring University of Canberra Associate Professor, Cameron Gordon speaking about "Agglomeration Economies" in the context of Prospects for High Speed Rail in Australia. The term 'economies of agglomeration' is used in urban economics to describe the benefits firms obtain by locating near one another; it is likened to ‘economies of scale’. In this lecture, Cameron Gordon will describe difficulties associated with applying traditional valuation techniques to multi-region transport infrastructure projects and further relay the prospects for high speed rail between Brisbane and Melbourne. This event is free for members.
175 Eagle Street (offices of Aurizon)
Level 2, 175 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000