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Cost-benefit analysis and income redistribution: some observations

, : Cost-benefit analysis and income redistribution: some observations. Rivista di Agricoltura Subtropicale e Tropicale 86(1): 115-125

Some characteristics of cost-benefit analysis applied to agricultural projects in less developed countries are presented. Some problems of evaluation of distribution of benefits and cost of a development project among different economic groups are examined.

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