Table of contents for Project planning and analysis for development / David Potts.

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1  Introduction                                           1

Part I Project Identification and Design
2  Projects and the Planning Process                     11
3  Project Identification and Formulation                23
4  Basic Principles of Project Analysis                  47

Part 2 Financial Analysis
5  Financial Analysis for Commercial Projects            89
6 Analysis of Incentive and Response for Small-Scale Producers  115

Part 3 Economic and Social Analysis
7  Economic Analysis: An Overview                       143
8  Linkages, Multipliers, and Externalities             153
9  Benefit Estimation in the Social and Infrastructure Sectors  179
10  Opportunity Cost and the Basis for Economic Valuation  199
11  Shadow Prices and Shadow Pricing Systems             221
12  The Rate of Discount and the Value of Investment     255

13 Alternative Approaches to Economic Analysis and
the Distribution of Costs and Benefits            269
14  The Limitations of Economic Analysis                293

Part 4 Allowing Assumptions to Vary
15  Sensitivity and Risk Analysis                       309
16  Changes in Prices and Exchange Rates                327

Part 5 Conclusion
17  Project Planning and Appraisal for Development      351