Inventory of measures, typology of non-intentional effects and a framework for policy packaging

Moshe Givoni, James Macmillan, Henrik Gudmundsson, Claus Hedegaard Sørensen, Nils Fearnley, Farideh Ramjerdi, Jonas Åkerman, Florian Kessler, Vaclav Vencl, Andreas Justen, Jens Schippl

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    Abstract

    This document represents the conceptual foundations of the EU-FP7 OPTIC project. As such, it seeks to provide a range of theoretical resources with which to develop an informed and pragmatic understanding of the complex causal processes involved in contemporary transport policy-making at the European level. Specifically, this deliverable aims to further methodological advancement with respect to the identification, classification, ex-ante prevention and ex-post mitigation of policies‘ unintended effects, and the systematic manner in which individual policy measures may be combined so as to improve their effectiveness, acceptability and feasibility. Overall, we argue that policy packaging can offer a far greater potential for achieving policy targets and objectives than single policy measures deployed in isolation. Yet, a careful and relatively well designed process must be undertaken for such packages to be effective.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationOPTIC. Optimal policies for transport in combination : 7th framework programme: Theme 7 transport
    Number of pages102
    Publication date2010
    ChapterDeliverable 1
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Bibliographical note

    Grant Agreement No: No TREN/FP7TR/233681/"OPTIC"

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