Table of contents for Principles of cost-benefit analysis for developing countries / Caroline Dinwiddy, Francis Teal.


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Part I. Introduction to Welfare Economics: 1. Measuring changes in economic welfare: consumer and producer surplus
2. Consumers and producers: some basic theory
3. Welfare change in general equilibrium
4. Equity and efficiency
Part II. Project and Policy Appraisal in Developing Countries: 5. Project appraisal: an overview
6. Shadow prices for traded and non-traded commodities in an open economy
7. Trade policy, exchange rates and structural adjustment
8. Labour markets in developing countries
9. The social value of labour
10. Intertemporal costs and benefits (1): a market-based approach
11. Intertemporal costs and benefits (2): a social planning approach
Part III. Missing Markets: 12. Externalities and public goods
13. Risk and the measurement of welfare change
14. Natural resources and the environment
Retrospect.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Developing countries Economic policy Cost effectiveness, Equilibrium (Economics) Mathematical models