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Heinrich C. Bofinger

This site contains links to reports and studies authored or co-authored by Heinrich C. Bofinger, mostly located at the World Bank's web site. Most, if not all documents are in Adobe's .pdf format, and require the Adobe Acrobat reader. Only public or non-confidential studies and reports can be found on this site, and the list is not all-inclusive. In most cases links will open new windows in your browser.

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World Bank AICD Flagship Study
(Background Paper 16: Air Transport Sector)
(Click here for more information on the AICD Study, led by Vivien Foster and 
Cecilia Briceño-Garmendia)

All reports to the right are now in their final version.

Main report with summary, appendices, and country annexes, in compressed zip file.
Note: Update of this report is currently awaiting funding.
Main Report on Air Transport (Background Paper 16)
Summary Only
Country Annexes, Cross Country Annexes
Regional Annexes
Link to Printed Document with chapter on Air Transport (co-authored with Kenneth Gwilliam)

Link to book titled "Africa's Transport Infrastructure", Ken Gwilliam main author, co-authors including Bofinger, Bullock, Carruthers, Kumar, Mundy, Nogales, and Sethi (2011)

Data Manual for the African Development Bank
Tanzania (with IT Transport in the U.K., either E.U. or DFID funded) Pre-feasibility study for a Master Plan for Tanzania's Civil Aviation Sector

Tanznia Transport Infrastructure and Demand (input for the Tanzania Transport Sector Investment Programme, Phase II) (Newly added to this site December 2012)
Air Cargo Air Freight: A Market Study with Implications for Landlocked Countries
(co-authored with Jean-Francois Arvis, John Arnold, and Michael Webber, with  research supervision by Robin Carruthers)
Related presentation at the United Nations in New York
Freight Transport for Development Toolkit: Air Freight (World Bank Flagship report in conjunction with DFID, with project coordination and research supervision by John Hine)
Liberalization (ASEAN countries) Presentation on the Status of the Liberalization of Air Transport among the ASEAN Countries, Kuala Lumpur, October 2008
Other research and policy papers Calculating the Carbon Footpring from Different Classes of Air Travel (World Bank Policy Research Paper with Jon Strand. 2013)
Connectivity for Caribbean Countries - An Initial Assessment (with Cecilia Briceño-Garmendia, Diana Cubas, and Florencia Millán-Placci, 2014)
New! United Nations University World Insitute for Development Economics Reseearch working paper 2017/36: Air Transport in Africa - A portrait  of capacity and competition in various market segments

Heinrich C. Bofinger is an infrastrucutre economist specializing in transport, with his current research focused on maritime and air connectivity in developing countries. He has worked in Albania, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Kitts & Nevis, Dominica, Antigua), the Bahamas, Jamaica, Angola, the East African Community (Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi), Ethiopia, Malawi, Tunisia, Cape Verde, ASEAN countries (Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, and Singapore), Mongolia, China, Pakistan, the EU, and Canada.

This page was last updated on 04/13/2019.

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