publication . Preprint . 1990

Private and Social Considerations in the Design and Appraisal of Development Projects and Related Agricultural Policies: The Case of Wheat in Zambia

Snodgrass, M M;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1990
National planning for economic development has become an institutionalized process in most lesser developed nations of the world. A national plan is comprised of a set of development projects which individually and collectively are designed to contribute to achieving certain economic and social goals for the nation. Ideally, governments should have .a complementary set of price and trade policies that would enhance the success rate of development projects. It is now common practice to design and appraise development projects through a rigorous process including ·(at a minimum) technical, financial, social, economic, and environmental analyses. Price and trade po...
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