Economic analysis of investment projects: a practical approach
Published for the Asian Development Bank, Oxford University Press, Jul 29, 1993 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
The book is a step by step approach to the economic analysis of projects. It explains the methodology in language that can be understood by economists, engineers, financial analysts, government officials as well as anyone involved in project appraisal. The meaning, purpose and methodology of economic analysis (and how it differs from financial analysis) are explained. The author provides realistic examples of how economic analysis can be applied to actual situations in developing countries.
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Relevance of Project Analysis
Limitations of Economic Analysis
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additional agricultural alternative appraisal assessment assumed baseline survey benefits and costs border prices calculated cash flow cash flow statement cent chapter commodities consumers consumption conversion factor cost-benefit analysis costs and benefits demand developing countries discount rate distribution weights domestic prices economic analysis economic cost economic price economic viability efits EIRR electricity Equipment estimated evaluation export expressed in border extra unit financial and economic financial cost foreign exchange impact important income increase instance investment cost involved irrigation Item KEPA Kohistan labor least-cost marginal market prices measured ment million nomic nontraded numeraire objectives operating cost opportunity cost Pesos present value production project area project implementation project output public sector projects rate of return result risks savings SCBA sensitivity analysis shown in table social supply tariffs taxes tion traded transport tricity valuation wage rate workers