Modelling Project Feasibility Robustness by Use of Scenarios

Claus Rehfeld Moshøj, Steen Leleur

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    Abstract

    The paper presents a new scenario-based appraisal methodology (SEAM), which has been developed for transport infrastructure planning. SEAM aims at dealing with uncertainty in the planning environment in a more systematic way than is usually the case when applying scenario analysis. Specifically, SEAM secures a consistent inclusion of actual scenario elements in the quantitative impact modelling and facilitates a transparent project feasibility robustness analysis. SEAM is implemented as part of a decision support system with a toolbox structure applicable to different types of transport investment analysis.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCD ROM
    Place of PublicationVienna
    PublisherRegional Science Association
    Publication date1998
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    Event38th Congress of the European Regional Science Association - Vienna
    Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …

    Conference

    Conference38th Congress of the European Regional Science Association
    CityVienna
    Period01/01/1998 → …

    Cite this

    Moshøj, C. R., & Leleur, S. (1998). Modelling Project Feasibility Robustness by Use of Scenarios. In CD ROM Vienna: Regional Science Association.
    Moshøj, Claus Rehfeld ; Leleur, Steen. / Modelling Project Feasibility Robustness by Use of Scenarios. CD ROM. Vienna : Regional Science Association, 1998.
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