Compounding and Discounting Tables for Project Analysis: With a Guide to Their Applications
James Price Gittinger
World Bank Publications, 1984 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
This volume contains a collection of compounding and discounting tables for project analysis, along with a guide to their application.
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$1 loan 12 percent amount becomes year-end annual equivalent ANNUITY FACTOR FACTOR ANNUM FACTOR becomes year-end deposits benefit-cost ratio benefit-investment ratio capital recovery factor compound interest compounding and discounting COMPOUNDING FACTOR COMPOUNDING COMPOUNDING FACTOR SINKING cost of capital crossover discount rate deposit amount becomes discounted measures discounting tables equal Level deposit FACTOR COMPOUNDING FACTOR FACTOR DISCOUNT FACTOR FACTOR FACTOR DISCOUNT factor for 12 FACTOR SINKING FUND fractional interest rates future date growing at compound Growth of equal incremental net benefit initial Growth interest at compound interest is worth internal rate investment Level deposit amount loan in X measures of project opportunity cost paid annually repay percent for five present worth project analysis project worth purchase alternative rate of return received Annual payment RECOVERY AN ANNUITY repay a $1 sinking fund factor today is worth unpaid balance whole percentage point World Bank WORTH OF CAPITAL worth today year-end deposits required
Page 187 - all projects that have an internal rate of return equal to or greater than the opportunity cost of capital.
Page 197 - payment (A) to be made at the end of each of n periods to recover the present amount (P) at the end of the th period at the
Page ix - to meet the needs of analysts working on projects in developing countries and of students studying the techniques of project analysis.
Page 197 - A) to be made at the end of each of n periods at the interest rate
Page 163 - Note that the present worth of an annuity factor for any given number of years is the total of the discount factors for all
Page 186 - return over the life of the project to the resources engaged in the project. (Contrary to what is often stated, no
Page 182 - the opportunity cost of capital will be a weighted average of the borrowing rate for funds and an acceptable
Page 201 - The full range of World Bank publications is described in the Catalog of