4 edition of Shadow exchange rates for project economic analysis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 33).
|Statement||Asian Development Bank|
|Publishers||Asian Development Bank|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||ERD technical note -- no. 11|
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Additional factors will have to be• This is common for companies with a large carbon footprint or water footprint. Identifying the lost rural production associated with one additional project job can be time consuming.
In some sectors, the Bank will therefore achieve a longer term aim of ensuring sustainable private production of both private goods and public goods. In some cases, project preparation does not end with the decision to accept a project.
On the other hand, this tool also has its limits.
Because a project takes place within a given macroeconomic and sector context, an investment project can be seen as an incremental change to an existing structure. provision and maintenance of economic and social infrastructure, such as transport, communications, and health and welfare systems. When this occurs, it may be necessary to make some adjustments. ADVERTISEMENTS: Institutional factors distort the existence of equilibrium in the product, labour, capital and foreign exchange markets.
The outputs of these informal activities are generally nontraded products sold only in the domestic market. Where the public investment budget is fixed over a period of time. Shadow pricing quantifies production actions and abstract commodities that aren't normally assigned a numerical value.