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Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies

The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) undertakes graduate teaching, management development programs, grant and contract research and development in the fields of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. ITLS is part of Australia's Key Centre of Excellence in Transport Research and Education an international collaboration at three nodes: ITLS Sydney, ITS Monash and ITLS Africa.

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Matthew Beck
Matthew Beck

Dr. Matthew Beck is a Senior Lecturer and teaches courses on decision making processes for mega-projects and infrastructure financing. He also teaches introductory courses on quantitative analysis in the Master of Management (CEMS) project. He has a growing publication record with an interest in modelling the choices that people make given the differing attitudes and behaviours that surrounds those choices. He has a keen interest in the decision making behaviour of groups and the decision making processes surrounding infrastructure investment and construction. He is active in the media on the topic of infrastructure. Prior to joining academia Matthew was a market research consultant working on varied projects for many of Australia's leading businesses.

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In the Media

Michiel Bliemer

Building more roads is not 21st century thinking
Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times and The Age
12 Jan 2015

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Latest Working Paper

The Impact of Bus Rapid Transit on Housing Price and Accessibility Changes in Sydney: a Repeat Sales Approach

Corinne Mulley and Chi-Hong Tsai

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