Gines de Rus incorporates the latest thinking on issues such as the
treatment of risk and uncertainty, and the importance of
institutional arrangements in ensuring the correct use of the
technique. These issues are blended seamlessly into the relevant
case studies, rather than treated as optional extras, as in some
texts. The case studies themselves are at the centre of current
debate and controversy, including the need for high-speed rail
lines and the case for the privatisation of water supply.
Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis is intended as a graduate and
advanced undergraduate textbook. Nevertheless, economists and other
practitioners involved in the economic evaluation of projects will
also find the book extremely useful.
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