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By discussing project analysis and finance in tandem, Pollio eliminates the need for supplementary texts that explain the rudiments of each topic individually. First, he introduces the requisite principles such as capital budgeting, limited recourse debt, and risk management; he then applies them to in-depth discussion of strategies and case studies of natural resource projects, which remain major users of limited recourse debt. These include case studies of oil in the United States, fertilizer in Pakistan, liquid natural gas in the Middle East, as well as studies of mutually exclusive power investments, transportation, pipelines, and infrastructure project investments. In doing so, Pollio offers a text that is an ideal reference for economic analysts, finance specialists, people in lending institutions, and students of international business and finance.
Gerald Pollio is Lecturer of Project Analysis and Financing, City University Business School, London.
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|1||An Overview of Project Analysis and Financing||1|
|2||An Introduction to Capital Budgeting||27|
|3||Project Evaluation in Practice||58|
|5||Identifying and Managing Project Risks||107|
|6||Four Case Studies||144|
|7||Financing Infrastructure Projects||177|