The book offers important guidelines in analyzing the technical, economic, financial, administrative and organizational, environmental, commercial, and institutional aspects of development projects. It also suggests a format for organizing these aspects into one comprehensive design as it emphasizes the need for analyzing investments in their entirety as opposed to analyzing them in separate segments.
Managers and technicians from national and local governments, business corporations, parastatals or public enterprises, non-governmental organizations, development and commercial banks, and national and international aid funding institutions who are directly or indirectly involved in planning and implementing development activities will find this book useful.
Teachers and students in project management, finance, banking, economic analysis, and development management will also find valuable learning gains from the book. The concepts and procedure in designing and analyzing development projects are illustrated using hypothetical case studies. The discussions and illustrations will serve as important guidelines in the implementation of development projects.
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