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Cost-benefit analysis: issues and methodology


, : Cost-benefit analysis: issues and methodology. Cost benefit analysis: issues and methodology: 208

The book examines the numerous important contributions to the theory and practice of cost benefit analysis, consolidating much of the recent work in this area and focusing on aspects that continue to be controversial.


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