Cost-benefit Analysis and Project Appraisal in Developing Countries

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Colin H. Kirkpatrick, John Weiss
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 321 pages
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The techniques and methods of project appraisal in developing countries have been considerably expanded and refined since they were first introduced in the late 1960s. This up-to-date and authoritative survey volume demonstrates the ways in which cost-ben
 

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Contents

1 Costbenefit analysis for developing countries
3
2 An ODA perspective on the past and future of project appraisal
27
3 Project appraisal at the World Bank
35
4 Reflections on estimating distributional effects
54
5 Social project appraisal and historical development of ideas on discounting a legacy for the 1990s and beyond
75
from the bizarre to the ridiculous
90
substitutes or complements?
102
how to estimate acceptable ERRs with minimal data
114
the implications of a 25 per cent rule
172
13 Analysis of watersupply projects in practice
189
14 The incomedistributional effects of a mining project in Brazil
206
the example of Frenchspeaking African countries
233
16 The evaluation of technical assistance projects for development in Eastern and Central Europe
247
case study of Poland
260
18 Using project finance to minimize the state budget funding of essential infrastructure in emerging market economies
274
the case of Lithuania
299

9 Logical frameworks today increased diversification of the planning format
128
a tool for aid effectiveness
144
11 Evaluating concessionality in tied aid projects
163

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