Pauline Wortelboer-van Donselaar
- Core theme manager
- Telephone number
- +31 70 456 19 65
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Pauline Wortelboer is a transport and business economist and studied at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Pauline has been a consultant and project manager in the field of transport economic research since 1995, first at the Netherlands Economic Institute (now Ecorys) and later at Rijkswaterstaat Water, Traffic and Environment (RWS-WVL). She has considerable experience with the development and application of economic assessment frameworks for mobility policy, particularly social cost-benefit analysis. Pauline manages the ‘Social Importance, Role of Government and Market Organisation’ and ‘Policy Evaluations and Assessment Frameworks’ core themes.
Accessibility and competitiveness (English summary)
Improvements in accessibility can contribute to the competitiveness of a region or country, because improvements in travel times ...
Consequences for the Netherlands of Market-Based Measures for CO2 emission reductions in shipping (English summary)
The introduction of Market Based Measures (MBMs), such as for example trading CO2 emissions rights or implementing taxes, are ...
Directing transport hubs (English summary)
The national government decided to assume a role in transport hubs, arguing that it is in the national interest to so. But what ...
Second opinion costs and benefits analysis MIRT Haaglanden (Dutch)
This report is available in Dutch. The order of magnitude for the costs and benefits of the MIRT Verkenning Haaglanden project ...
Indicators for landside accessibility of mainports (English summary)
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis has developed an indicator for measuring the quality of accessibility ...