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The use of a linear programming model for planning and evaluation during the course of a project and within the context of general economic costs and returns analyses. Illustrated by the example of the Tinajones irrigation project in Peru



The use of a linear programming model for planning and evaluation during the course of a project and within the context of general economic costs and returns analyses. Illustrated by the example of the Tinajones irrigation project in Peru



Materialsammlung, Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture (32): 428



Peru is short of land suitable for arable crops and the optimal use of the high proportion of irrigated land and the best allocation of scarce capital resources are therefore important elements of development. Cost and returns analysis for the economy as a whole is suggested as a suitable instrument for solving allocation and selection problems in development planning.

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