Guidelines for Economic Analysis of Telecoms Projects
Asian Development Bank | September 1997
Economic analysis is directed at increasing social well-being, in terms of income or consumption, by encouraging efficient use of a country’s resources. Since domestic resources and capability to borrow are limited relative to the needs of the population in most countries, economic analysis of infrastructure and other projects should accompany financial analysis to ensure the net economic benefit of a project is maximized and that the project yields a return greater than or equal to the economic opportunity cost of capital.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 1997. Guidelines for Economic Analysis of Telecoms Projects. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6062.
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