Bandera británica
Ángel Aparicio Mourelo
PhD in Civil Engineering and Professor of Transport at the Technical University of Madrid. He has been responsible for developing the Strategic Infrastructure and Transport Plan (PEIT) and, until 2009, has been Director of Centro de Estudios y Experimentación de Obras Públicas (CEDEX) in the Spanish Ministry of Transport.

Massimo Florio
Director of the Economics Department at the University of Milan, where he also holds a Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration Economics. His working fields are mainly Welfare Economics, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Industrial and Political Policy, Infrastructure and Economic Growth and Regulation and Privatisation. Some of his recent publications are: The Great Divestiture. Evaluating the Welfare Impact of British Privatisation, 1979-1997 MIT Press (2004), Cost-Benefit Analysis and Incentives in Evaluation. The Structural Funds of the European Union Edward Elgar (2007) and Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects (2008) for the European Commission.
Andrés Gómez-Lobo
Engineer, specialising in Economics (Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile), MSc in Natural Resources and Environment and PhD in Economics (University College London). He has worked as a consultant for the Oxford Economic Research Associates (OXERA) in the UK and acted as an adviser for the Gas Consumers Council also in the UK. He has also done consultancy for the World Bank in several Latin America countries and is now Associate Professor at the Economics Department of the University of Chile.

Per-Olov Johansson

Professor in Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. His expertise areas include Environmental Economics, Risks Valuation and Health Economics, fields where he has published several scientific works. He has been consultant for the World Bank and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and is now member of several organisations and professional committees. He has taught courses in many academic institutions in Sweden, Italy, the UK and Spain.

Andrea Mairate

Head of the Evaluation Unit at the DG Regional Policy of the European Commission. PhD in Economics from the University of Grenoble. He has published several works about economic development, regional policy and economic assessment. He currently teaches Regional Economics at the Free University of Brussels.

Chris A. Nash

Professor in Economics at the Institute for Transport Studies of the University of Leeds. He has worked in the field of Transport Economics and published several books and scientific articles. He is also a consultant for several official organisations, including the European Commission High Level Group on Transport Infrastructure Charging, the European Union Committee of the House of Lords, the Transport Committee of the House of Commons and the Railways Group of the European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Prof. Nash is a member of the editorial board of several journals, including Journal of Transport Policy and Economics, Transportation Research, and International Journal of Transport Economics.

Mateo Turró Calvet

Civil Engineer and Director of the Transport Infrastructures and Territory Department of the Technical University of Catalunya. As Associate Director of the European Investment Bank he has supervised the economic analysis of transport projects during the last 20 years. He is author, among others, of Going trans-European. Planning and financing transport networks for Europe, Elsevier (1999) and RAILPAG. Rail Project Evaluation Guidelines, EC & EIB (2004).

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Equipo de Investigación en Economía de las Infraestructuras y el Transporte

Seminar on the Economic Evaluation of Transport Projects