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Metodologie preliminară Analiza Cost Beneficiu pentru bazine hidrografice

Preliminary methodology Cost benefit analysis for river basins

Victor Platon (), Daniela Antonescu () and Andreea Constantinescu

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Abstract: This study refers to the methodological framework for performing the cost-benefit analysis, at the level of a river basin, for the program of measures needed to achieve the good environmental condition of water bodies within the framework of Water Framework Directive (WFD). The Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) aims to identify the disproportionate threshold of costs associated with the program of measures, in order to justify the exceptions to the environmental objectives of water bodies, according to the requirements of the Water Framework Directive 2000/60 / EC. The WFD defines two categories of measures: "basic" and "additional". "Basic measures" are the minimum compliance requirements and consist of those measures required by the implementation of Community water protection legislation, including measures under the legislation specified in Article 10 and Part A of Annex VI (list of basic measures to be included in programs of measures). "Additional measures" are those measures identified and implemented in addition to the basic measures, in order to achieve the objectives, set as a result of art. 4 to the WFD.

Keywords: Water Framework Directive; investment; Cost-Benefit analysis; disproportionate costs; performance indicators (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q51 Q57 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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