Glenn P. Jenkins

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There is always a question, in cost-benefit work, about how far to go in incorporating additional externalities into a formal system of professional analysis. One consideration is the importance of the class of externalities in question; the alternative consideration is the degree of uncertainty that surrounds any estimate of the size of the externality.(More)
The incidence of fatality over the period 2010-2014 from automobile accidents in North Cyprus is 2.75 times greater than the average for the EU. With the prospect of North Cyprus entering the EU, many investments will need to be undertaken to improve road safety in order to reach EU benchmarks. The objective of this study is to provide local estimates of(More)
We employ a choice experiment in order to estimate consumers’ willingness to pay for improvements in mobile services, focusing on 4G upgrades and roaming services. The attributes of an improved mobile service that we investigate in our experiment are: increased mobile internet speed (possible with 4G), unlimited mobile internet use, improved quality(More)
"This paper is concerned primarily with the financing of pensions, or the old-age income maintenance portion of the social security system. While the discussion here will be limited to Hungary and Poland, most of the post-socialist countries of East and Central Europe and of the former Soviet Union face similar problems." The author suggests "a set of(More)
Because hydro dams are complex to design and usually involve long-term planning, they are particularly susceptible to cost and time overruns. The controversy surrounding their development remains an unresolved issue in the energy policy debate. This study re-examines the cost issues associated with a portfolio of 58 dams that were financed by the World Bank(More)
Information, Corruption, and Measures for the Promotion of Manufactured Exports Glenn P. Jenkins and Chun-Yan Kuo There has been a growing emphasis in many developing countries on exportled growth policies that attract both domestic and foreign investment into activities for the expansion of manufacturing exports. Often the actual outcome of the policies(More)
Economic repercussions of opening the border to labour movements between North and South Cyprus Nuru Giritli, Glenn P. Jenkins & Sevin Ugural To cite this article: Nuru Giritli, Glenn P. Jenkins & Sevin Ugural (2014) Economic repercussions of opening the border to labour movements between North and South Cyprus, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja,(More)
INTRODUCTION The incidence of pedestrian death over the period 2010 to 2014 per 1000,000 in North Cyprus is about 2.5 times that of the EU, with 10.5 times more pedestrian road injuries than deaths. With the prospect of North Cyprus entering the EU, many investments need to be undertaken to improve road safety in order to reach EU benchmarks. METHOD We(More)
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