Chris Nash

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Professor Nash is Research Professor in the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds (ITS); he was Director of ITS for seven years. He works primarily on road and rail transport economics and policy, including pricing, regulation and project appraisal. He has been coordinator of six EU framework programme research projects and has acted as specialist advisor to many organisations, including European Commission committees, OECD and the Transport and European Union Select Committees of the British Parliament. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Rail Transport Planning and Management and a member of the Editorial Board of several journals including the Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (of which he is a former editor) and the International Journal of Transport Economics.


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