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    Gaël Raballand,Jean-François Marteau,Jean-François Arvis
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    World Bank Publications (July 7, 2010)
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Attempts to address the cost of being landlocked have mainly focused on regional and multilateral conventions aiming at ensuring freedom of transit, and on the . Arvis, Jean-François; Raballand, Gaël; Marteau, Jean-François.

Attempts to address the cost of being landlocked have mainly focused on regional and multilateral conventions aiming at ensuring freedom of transit, and on the development of regional transport infrastructure. The success of these measures has been limited, and many massive investments in infrastructure seem to have had a disappointing impact on landlocked economies. The Cost of Being Landlocked : Logistics Costs and Supply Chain Reliability. 9 License: CC BY . IGO.

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Jean-François Arvis, Gael Raballand, Jean-François Marteau. A supply chain approach helps to disaggregate the costs associated with each activity along the supply chain and allows for the assessment of the impact of facilitation and regulatory or investment measures ( Arvis et al. 2010).

Arvis, Jean-Francois and Raballand, Gael and Marteau, Jean-Francois, The Cost of Being Landlocked . Development Economics: Microeconomic Issues in Developing Economies eJournal.

Arvis, Jean-Francois and Raballand, Gael and Marteau, Jean-Francois, The Cost of Being Landlocked: Logistics Costs and Supply Chain Reliability (June 1, 2007).

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Personal Name: Arvis, Jean-Franc?ois, 1960-

Personal Name: Arvis, Jean-Franc?ois, 1960-. Introduction and overview Revisiting the conventional wisdom on transportation costs : infrastructure is only one part of the story The need for a revised conceptual framework to assess the cost of being landlocked Delays and unpredictability matter more than transport costs for development The impact of market structure and business practices on the cost of being landlocked Policy recommendations.

of Being Landlocked : Logistics Costs and Supply Chain Reliability. the constraints faced by logistics chains on international trade corridors

The Cost of Being Landlocked : Logistics Costs and Supply Chain Reliability. by Jean-François Marteau, Gael Raballand, Jean-François Arvis. The Cost of Being Landlocked' proposes a new analytical framework to interpret and model the constraints faced by logistics chains on international trade corridors. The plight of landlocked developing countries (LLDCs) has naturally received special attention for decades, leading to a specific set of development priorities based upon the concept of dependence on the transit state.

'The Cost of Being Landlocked' proposes a new analytical framework to interpret and model the constraints faced by logistics chains on international trade corridors. The plight of landlocked developing countries (LLDCs) has naturally received special attention for decades, leading to a specific set of development priorities based upon the concept of dependence on the transit state. Therefore, the standard approach used to tackle the cost of being landlocked has been predominantly aimed at developing regional transport infrastructure and ensuring freedom of transit through regional conventions. But without sufficient attention given to the performance of logistics service delivery to traders, the standard approach is unable to address key bottleneck concerns and the factors that contribute to the cost of being landlocked. Consequently, the impact of massive investment on trade corridors could not materialize to its full extent.Based on extensive data collection in several regions of the world, this book argues that although landlocked developing countries do face high logistics costs, these costs are not a result of poor road infrastructure, since transport prices largely depend on trucking market structure and implementation of transit processes. This book suggests that high logistics costs in LLDCs are a result of low logistics reliability and predictability, which stem from rent-seeking and governance issues. 'The Cost of Being Landlocked' will serve as a useful guide for policy makers, supervisory authorities, and development agencies.