This deliverable D4.2 complements the information available in several ways: 1. We analyse the decisions of individual skippers to invest in adaptation, based on a plausible increase in carrying capacity during the ship’s lifetime. This is only possible for technical and operational measures (I). 2. We combine the effects of prediction methods (III) and torekeeping/relocation (IV). In fact, we study the link between improved prediction and savings in storekeeping. 3. We provide a short discussion on the presence of learning effects in the IWT sector

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Breemersch, Tim
Heyndrickx, Christophe
Bruinsma, Frank
Rietveld, Piet
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2012
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Tim Breemersch, Christophe Heyndrickx, Frank Bruinsma, Piet Rietveld (2012): ECCONET Deliverable 4.2: Cost Effectiveness of Inland Waterway Transport. Report for: European Commission Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport.

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