By: JT Winpenny
277 pages, 2-volume set, tables
Aimed at economists and other professionals involved in development projects, this is a guide to the economic evaluation of the impact of projects on the environment. With cost-benefit analysis as the decision framework and using clear, non-mathematical language this book draws much of its illustrative material from developing countries; but its contents are also relevant to developed countries and socialist economies in transition.
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