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Cost-benefit analysis in integrated environmental assessment: some methodological issues

, : Cost-benefit analysis in integrated environmental assessment: some methodological issues. Ecological Economics Amsterdam 19(2): 157-168

A fundamental step in integrated environmental assessment (IEA) is the choice of an assessment framework. The usual attempt to develop integrated assessments of different options is to apply a cost-benefit analysis (CBA).

Accession: 002790200

DOI: 10.1016/0921-8009(96)00048-1

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