Cleaning-up the Ganges: A Cost-benefit Analysis of the Ganga Action Plan

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Nature - 300 pages
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This book analyzes the case for cleaning the Ganga river system, using rigorous cost-benefit analysis. The first study of its kind, it evaluates user benefits and non-user benefits, incidence of costs, methods of appropriating part of the benefits for the financial sustainability of the project, and income distribution benefits.

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A. Markandya is at Bath University. M. N. Murty is at Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave, Delhi.

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