Dynamic cost-benefit analysis of large projects: The role of capital and investment costs
AbstractBased on an ideal index for de.ating after-project prices, we derive a dynamic cost-bene.t rule for evaluating large projects. We show that, in addition to the conventional income and consumer surplus meaures, the rule also entails an extra term involving capital and investment cost changes.
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cost-benefit rules; large projects; capital costs;
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