Transportation Costs, Food Markets, and Structural Transformation in Tanzania (IGC Policy Brief)

Abstract

This briefing outlines a project developing an analytical modeling framework capable of exploring the channels through which policy-induced reductions in transportation costs change the spatial allocation of resources and spur the growth of secondary cities and the growth of non-agricultural economic activities that drive structural transformation.

Citation

Adam, C.; Bevan, D.; Gollin, D.; Mkenda, B. Transportation Costs, Food Markets, and Structural Transformation in Tanzania (IGC Policy Brief). International Growth Centre (IGC), London, UK (2012) 2 pp.

Transportation Costs, Food Markets, and Structural Transformation in Tanzania (IGC Policy Brief)

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