USE OF INPUT-OUTPUT RELATIONSHIPS IN CONJUNCTION WITH BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS FOR WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Richard T. Clark
No 283974, 1978 Annual Meeting, August 6-9, Blacksburg, Virginia from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
The proper use of input-output for estimating regional benefits and costs is described for instances where project outputs go to final or intermediate demand. How that estimation is affected by the method used to value the primary project benefit is discussed as are points of terminological confusion between the two methods.
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