What's the future of driving in developing countries? This question has tremendous implications and it's one that has intrigued a set of researchers associated with the Rand Corporation. This 132-page meditation was crafted by a five person team and it looks at the economic and non-economic factors that might encourage or inhibit personal automobile ownership and driving patterns in countries such as China and India. The primary research questions driving this work include What are the factors besides economic development that affect automobility? and What will happen to automobility in developing countries if they develop along similar paths as developed countries? Visitors can look over their key findings and also dive deeper into each chapter of the work. It's a compelling piece of research and one that will engage the minds of policy wonks interested in development, transit, and public policy.


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