miércoles, 8 de agosto de 2012

Pricing and innovation

Excelente ejemplo del más grande reto que debe enfrentar todo emprendedor innovador (juzgar anticipadamente a su realización, el VALOR de la misma), aquí en Knowledge@Wharton: "High-speed Railways: Worth Their Hefty Price Tag?"

Extracto introductorio:

"Imagine riding from Philadelphia to New York in only 37 minutes, or from Boston to Washington, D.C., in just three hours on a cutting-edge, high-speed transportation network linking every major city in the Northeast -- essentially, a rail-centric economic "mega-region."

Those are just some of the promises behind Amtrak's ambitious new high-speed rail proposal for the Northeast Corridor -- the railway stretch between Boston and Washington D.C. Under the plan, the aging, crowded infrastructure of the region's existing rail system would be replaced by a network on par with the most advanced systems in the world. According to Amtrak, the project -- which would be completed by 2040 -- would ensure the economic viability of the region for decades to come, cementing its status as one of the most important business districts in the United States..."

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