Incorporating distributional issues into benefit–cost analysis: why, how, and two empirical examples using non-market valuation
Chapter 9 in Principles and Standards for Benefit–Cost Analysis, 2013, pp 294-316 from Edward Elgar Publishing
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Journal Article: Incorporating Distributional Issues into Benefit Cost Analysis: Why, How, and Two Empirical Examples Using Non-market Valuation (2011)
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