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Introduction to Benefit/Cost and Project Analysis

  • Pagoulatos, Angelos
  • Debertin, David L.

These are a series of color slides and exercises for providing key elements of an Introduction to Benefit/Cost and Project Analysis. There are five parts or sections. Part 1 provides an Introduction to Compounding and Discounting. Part 2 outlines a method for determining project worth. Part 3 deals with the choice of the discount rate. Annuity factor calculations are outlined in part 4. Part 5 discusses the calculation of Benefit/Cost ratios, Net Project Worth and the Internal Rate of Return.

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Paper provided by University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics in its series Staff Papers with number 159221.

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