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Appropriate for introductory Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) courses found primarily in Economics and Public Administration faculties at the university level. Secondary markets include Engineering, Geography, Health Economics and Agriculture faculties. This text covers a wide range of topical CBA. areas, offers lots of practical examples illustrating the theory, is accessible to a diverse group of students, and uses Canadian cases. It is designed to prepare readers to participate on a project evaluation team or to assess the cost-benefit analyses of others. The author believes that students learn more from their own mistakes and the errors of others than from learning only “correct” methodology. Therefore, throughout this text common methodological errors and potential pitfalls are carefully discussed.
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III. ASSESSING COSTS AND BENEFITS.
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