• Published 2006

Railway Globalization: Leveraging Insight from Developed- into Developing Regions

@inproceedings{2006RailwayGL,
  title={Railway Globalization: Leveraging Insight from Developed- into Developing Regions},
  author={},
  year={2006}
}
    Globalization has stimulated incisive changes in the world’s railways, some highly regarded, and others disappointing. The research reported here sought a scientifically rigorous understanding of railway competitiveness and sustainability, within a defined setting. Application of multivariate statistic techniques to a new database extracted ten factors, representing underlying railway drivers, and six clusters of countries, interpreting their outcomes. The findings demonstrated a scientific… CONTINUE READING

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